Missing native challenges drug trafficking and mining in the Amazon

National Indian Foundation (Funai) employee Bruno da Cunha Araújo Pereira is cleared by the agency to work on a project to improve surveillance in indigenous territories against drug traffickers, prospectors and loggers operating in Vale do Javari, State of Amazonas. The mission, given to him by an organization that represents the isolated and recently contacted … Read more

These students who make their dreams come true abroad

For a large majority of Moroccan students, continuing their studies abroad or at least doing an exchange is considered a great advantage, if not a necessity for their professional and personal development. But this approach often proves very expensive and requires a great mobilization of the student and his family… However, the high costs, estimated … Read more

Game release moves intense lobby

“We can be protagonists and make Angra Bay a new Cancún. We have huge potential there. What do we depend on to start realizing this dream? Verbalized by Jair Bolsonaro exactly three years ago, still in the first half of his government, the intention to legalize casinos and other gambling establishments in Brazil now only … Read more

Until then we are lost on the high seas – Jornal Universitário do Porto

Here is reproduced, word for word, the speech with which Mr. Jack Keith Reuel McDonald defended himself against the ignoble accusations made against him. Mr. McDonald, as usual, was able to prove his point of view, which I, Gonçalo Costa, his faithful friend and disciple, fully endorse. Men are lost at sea, Your Honor! The … Read more

Focus on Yacouba Traoré, an eyewear specialist

Optics is a thriving industry in the land of honest men. The optician is the eyewear technician. He works with ophthalmologists. This is an area of ​​work that requires a minimum of knowledge. The work also seems to be so meticulous that rigor is required when making the glasses. In order to appropriate this field … Read more

The University of Ottawa pays tribute to Al Quaraouiyine

The prestigious Canadian University of Ottawa paid tribute on Wednesday to Al Quaraouiyine of Fez, considered the oldest operating university in the world. As part of this year’s celebration of the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Morocco and Canada, the Rector and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ottawa, Jacques Frémont, and … Read more