In Guinea Bissau, for the first time in the country's history, the parliamentary majority will be held by a coalition of opposition parties. The PAI-Terra Ranka coalition, led by the PAIGC, won 54 seats, winning the legislative elections in June, while the president's party, MADEM-G15, had to settle for 29 MPs.

More and more young Moroccan women are playing football, motivated by the trajectory of the Atlas Lionesses who, for their first participation in the Women's World Cup, aim to repeat the feat of the men's eleven in Qatar.

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