CAN 2022: African football teams increasingly favor local coaches

To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 a.m., find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of the World Africa. The recent dismissals and replacements of German coaches Gernot Rohr and French coaches Hubert Velud and Didier … Read more

Shevchenko away, or rather not and Labbadia remains on stand-by: chaos Genoa, between a European vision and an increasingly difficult salvation

And now who tells Andriy Shevchenko that he has to pack his bags and end his very short adventure (just nine league matches and two in the Italian cup) as Genoa coach? All decided, it seemed. Via Sheva and inside Bruno Labbadia, Italian-German, 56 years old, prosismo February 8, former coach of Bayer Leverkusen, Hamburg, … Read more

Climate: in 2021, increasingly costly disasters, according to an NGO

A motorist drives a car on a flooded expressway in Brooklyn, New York, following Storm Ida in the United States on September 2, 2021. ED JONES / AFP The ten costliest weather disasters of 2021 topped $ 170 billion (over 150 billion euros) in damage in total, a figure that is increasing in 2020 and … Read more

“What will diplomacy be like without diplomats, in an increasingly unpredictable and complex world? “

Tribune. The civil service reform initiated by the government plans, from January 1, 2023, to standardize the recruitment of civil servants and their supervisors. It thus claims to want to streamline careers and facilitate mobility. However, specialized competitions at the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs already coexist with considerable openness to external profiles: the … Read more

Increasingly frequent wildfires linked to human-caused climate change

Journal Reference: Yizhou Zhuang, Rong Fu, Benjamin D. Santer, Robert E. Dickinson, Alex Hall. Quantifying contributions of natural variability and anthropogenic forcings on increased fire weather risk over the western United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021; 118 (45): e2111875118 DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2111875118 Rong Fu, a UCLA professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences … Read more