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

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. 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, […]

Algeria. Justice releases four figures from the dispute

Algerian justice released on Thursday an emblematic figure of the popular anti-regime movement, Karim Tabbou, and three other known activists, which appears as a gesture of appeasement on the eve of the anniversary of Independence. In a few hours, Karim Tabbou, Amira Bouraoui, Samir Benlarbi and Slimane Hamitouche benefited from a provisional release, after several […]

Government wants to expand banned uses of pesticides in 2022

The Ministry of Ecological Transition announced Thursday its desire to extend from July 2022 the bans on the use of pesticides in living areas, such as condominium gardens, private parks or campsites. The law has already prohibited since 2017 the use of chemical phytosanitary products by communities to maintain green spaces and roads. Same ban […]

Airbus hard size in the workforce of Loire-Atlantique

The figures fell coldly one after the other, at the end of the morning this Thursday, July 2. Toulouse lost 3,400 jobs, Nantes, 484, Saint-Nazaire, 386 and Stelia, a wholly-owned subsidiary, 201. It has been several weeks since Airbus boss Guillaume Faury has been preparing the ground. At the end of April, when covid-19 paralyzed […]

Coronavirus. 14 deaths in 24 hours recorded in French hospitals

France has registered 14 additional deaths from the new coronavirus, bringing the death toll to 29,875 since the start of the epidemic, the Directorate General of Health (DGS) announced Thursday. Out of this total, 19,378 people died in hospital. The figures in social and medico-social establishments, in particular nursing homes, will be updated next Tuesday, […]