Municipal in Marseille. Samia Ghali receives support from Alain Delon

“I came to know and appreciate Samia Ghali, whose authentic attachment to her city of Marseille, which I cherish so dear to me too, and where I have toured a lot, I have noticed.”, wrote in a press release, Alain Delon, who notably played a thug from Marseille in the 1930s in Borsalino, alongside Jean-Paul […]

Bordeaux. New environmental mayor declares “climate emergency”

Environmentalist Pierre Hurmic, 65, was elected mayor of Bordeaux on Friday by the city council, immediately announcing that he would “Declare the climate emergency” in the Girondin capital, after 73 years of reign of the right. The lawyer, who spent 25 years in the municipal opposition, was elected with 48 votes, the 14 municipal councilors […]

Are the “learning vacations” ready?

The end of the school year has come. To fight against dropping out of school due to confinement, the ministry has launched this system, which is intended for one million children. In order to make up for the academic delay during confinement, the government plan provides open schools and free bush stays for all. What […]

Are the “learning vacations” ready?

The end of the school year has come. To fight against dropping out of school due to confinement, the ministry has launched this system, which is intended for one million children. In order to make up for the academic delay during confinement, the government plan provides open schools and free bush stays for all. What […]

Hospital. More than 4,000 beds were abolished in 2018

Nearly 4,200 hospital beds were abolished in 2018 in France, where the number of maternities fell below the 500 threshold, while emergencies recorded 400,000 additional passages, according to a report published this Friday, July 3 by the Drees, the statistical service of social ministries. Ambulatory shift Bed closures continued in public and private health facilities, […]

Eight major Canadian banks in turn boycott Facebook

Eight major Canadian banks said on Thursday that they had joined Facebook’s boycott of the advertising boycott to demand that the world’s largest social network tighten regulations on racist and hateful content. Banks Scotia, RBC, CIBC, TD, BMO, Nationale, Desjardins and Laurentian confirmed to AFP their support for the movement #StopHateForProfit (“No to hate for […]

New Zealand. Mosque killer to face trial in August

Judgment for the largest mass killings in modern New Zealand history, which killed 51 people in March 2019 in two Christchurch mosques, will be released in August after being postponed due to the pandemic of coronavirus, we learned on Friday from the court. The accused, Australian Brenton Tarrant, long denied the 51 murder charges, 40 […]

Coronavirus. North Korea Welcomes “Brilliant Success”

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un welcomed the “Brilliant success” obtained according to him by his country in its fight against the Covid-19, reported Friday the official agency KCNA. The North Korean leader was speaking at a meeting of the Workers’ Party devoted to the impact of the virus on Thursday, while the country has […]

Coronavirus. Guatemala exceeds 20,000 cases of contamination. Sport

Guatemala surpassed 20,000 cases of coronavirus on Thursday, with a thousand people infected in the last 24 hours, and a total death toll of more than 800 since the beginning of the epidemic, announced the Ministry of Health. In the past 24 hours, some 1,061 new cases have been identified and 26 people have died, […]

Coronavirus. Guatemala exceeds 20,000 cases of contamination

Guatemala surpassed 20,000 cases of coronavirus on Thursday, with a thousand people infected in the last 24 hours, and a total death toll of more than 800 since the beginning of the epidemic, announced the Ministry of Health. In the past 24 hours, some 1,061 new cases have been identified and 26 people have died, […]