Saad Lamjarred sings “Sawah” and “Your Story Eh” at New Year’s party in Sharm El-Sheikh

The Moroccan star, Saad Lamjarred, chose to sing the song “Sawah” by the nightingale Abdel Halim Hafez, and chose among the songs of the plateau, Amr Diab, the song “What is your story?”Sharm El Sheikh Inside the international city new year celebrations. Moroccan star, Saad Lamjarred performed the concert in Sharm El-Sheikh with the song … Read more

Flooding in West Africa more likely due to climate change

nos ANNOUNCEMENTS•today, 1:38 pm Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor The possibility of heavy rains and floods that hit West Africa earlier this year has become much higher due to climate change. This is the conclusion of research by the international research group World Weather Attribution. West African countries … Read more

“You Can’t Stop Us”

ap ANNOUNCEMENTS•today, 17:06 Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor A few thousand people from different countries and continents demonstrated at the climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. They chanted slogans such as “We are not defeated”, “You cannot stop us” and “No climate justice without human rights”. The Sharm … Read more

Global warning system against methane emissions launched

Reuters News from the NOS•today, 17:08 Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor A global warning system to combat methane emissions was launched at the United Nations climate conference in Egypt. Methane is a much more potent greenhouse gas than CO2 and is a major concern. There were record methane … Read more

Mikati clarifies and anger continues: gradual normalization with Israel?

The clarification of Prime Minister Najib Mikati’s media office did not contribute to the intensity of the social media controversy over his participation in a meeting that included an Israeli minister. Lebanese and Iraqis share the same shock in light of an Iraqi minister’s attendance at the session. The requests for clarification turned into an … Read more

choice between cooperating and dying

AFP News from the NOS•today, 14:46 At the opening of the climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres harshly stressed the need to implement climate measures. “Greenhouse gas emissions are still rising, temperatures are rising and the planet is nearing the point where climate chaos is irreversible,” he said in his opening statement. … Read more

The president of the climate summit urges action despite global unrest

AFP News from the NOS•today, 06:01•Modified today, 09:21 Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor More than one hundred heads of state and government met today at the climate summit in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. Many of them will be giving speeches today and tomorrow, in which they … Read more

The Sharm el-Sheikh climate summit is in the shadow of war and tension

AFP News from the NOS•today, 07:33 Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor In a year of extreme heatwaves, forest fires and floods, another global climate conference begins today. In Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt, representatives from nearly two hundred countries will discuss limiting global warming over the next two weeks. … Read more

maximum 1.5 degrees of heating still possible

EPA News from the NOS•today, 21:04•Modified today, 21:40 Kysia Hekster European Union correspondent Kysia Hekster European Union correspondent Who should pay for the damage caused by natural disasters caused by climate change? It is one of the main topics of discussion at the climate summit in Sharm El Sheik, Egypt. All the players in the … Read more

Rich countries do not respect the agreement with poor countries for climate aid

NOS News from the NOS•today, 00:01 Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Helen Ekker Climate and Energy editor Rich countries pay poor countries insufficiently to deal with the consequences of climate change, Oxfam Novib said in a report. According to the organization, countries are thus ignoring an agreement made more than a decade ago globally. … Read more