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Algerian President is back in Algiers after 60 days of absence

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune is back in his country after 60 days of absence. The head of state suffering from Covid-19 two months ago received treatment in Germany. During his televised address on Tuesday, President Tebboune assured citizens that the State would be on the side of the “most deprived” in these times of crisis. We will be in Algiers in this edition.

South Africa faces a new wave of Covid-19. The country has exceeded one million cases of contamination, measures such as the ban on the sale of alcohol or the obligation to wear a mask have been decreed again. Hospitals are struggling to cope with the influx of patients.

Finally in this diary, you will see the portrait of football player Alia Camara, a young Guinean who arrived in Greece in a makeshift boat. After passing through the island of Lesbos, he signed to a professional football club in Athens, Panionios.