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More than 150 countries adopted the United Nations Global Migration Pact on Monday in Marrakech (Morocco), defending it with strong pleas in the face of criticism from nationalists and supporters of border closure.
The non-binding pact seeks to better manage migration in a safe and orderly manner.
Like several leaders present in Marrakech, Mr. Guterres also denounced what he considers as the “many lies” about the Pact, which has generated political tensions in several countries.
The document still needs to be the subject of a final ratification vote on 19 December at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
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Some countries announced their withdrawal or the freezing of their decision after approving the text on 13 July in New York.
Despite this opposition, Mr. Guterres expressed confidence in the outcome of the process and lauded the presence of more than 150 countries during the conference.
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Bahaa admits standing-in for Mo Salah in Tv ads
Ahmad Bahaa says he has acted as a stand-in for the Liverpool and Egypt striker in TV commercials.
Electronics engineer Bahaa told an Egyptian talk show on Al-Nahar TV he had appeared as Salah in mobile phone and soft drinks adverts, as well as an anti-drugs campaign.
“I did several ads with Salah,” he said.
Bahaa only appears in wide shots, not close-ups.
Seeing double? Mo Salah and his lookalike
“Salah of course can’t stay for long to shoot a single ad,” Bahaa explained.
“I would spend a couple of days [shooting] here, while they complete [filming] with him in England.
“This is just to speed up the process because he doesn’t have a lot of time to spare.”
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