"I do miss floating"
"We will ask investors for their part to make a return by creating local jobs"
Amadou Gon Coulibaly
Ivory Coast's Prime Minister
"I have much more to offer than my physical appearance, and a hijab protects me against ‘You’re too skinny,’ ‘You’re too thick,’ ‘Look at her hips,’ ‘Look at her thigh gap.’ I don’t have to worry about that."
"I think in the same way we have to crack down on hate speech coming from Islamists we have to crack down on hate speech directed at the entire Muslim community"
Husband of murdered politician Jo Cox
"Every kid has the right to go to school. Education is not a privilege, it's a basic human right."
IOM project coordinator
""I think that President Trump has stumbled across a number of diplomatic issues... I'm not sure we can talk yet about strategy and policy...on the subject of American diplomatic policy, it's going to take a little time, I think, to be put in place"."
President and CEO, Total
"Our diet will be much more diverse, soil fertility will improve"
Professor at the University of Copenhagen and Protein2Food project coordinator
"The Laúca dam has a production capacity of 2,070 megawatts... enough to supply a city of 8 million inhabitants."
Helder Jorge Pedro
Civil engineer, Odebrecht
Paris Air Show
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