a legionnaire kills himself during mountain training

[ad_1] Savoy: A legionnaire kills himself during mountain training (Illustration) - Caroline Girardon A legionnaire died and another was injured in an accident on Thursday while they were training in the mountains in Savoy, according to the emergency services and the army. The roped party of the two soldiers was evolving at the beginning of the afternoon in the area of ​​the Pointe de Gargan (2,767 meters), in the Beaufortain massif, when a piece of snow broke off, according to...

Teenager beaten and shaved over social media altercation

[ad_1] A teenage girl was kidnapped and tortured in Rennes, especially in the Italy district. - J. Gicquel / 20 Minutes A 17-year-old teenager was the victim of violence in different districts of Rennes where she was forced to go. Police opened an investigation and arrested four women and a man. Other arrests could intervene. Part of the abuse imposed on the victim was filmed and broadcast on social networks. According to the victim, her attackers suspected her of spreading...

Total is preparing projects around hydrogen and ammonia in the Arctic

[ad_1] A Total Access station near Paris. - E. PIERMONT / AFP Total boss Patrick Pouyanné announced Thursday at the Saint Petersburg Economic Forum his intention to help "decarbonize Russian energy", preparing projects in the Arctic with Russian Novatek around hydrogen and gas. 'ammonia. During a round table bringing together Russian and French businessmen, the main champion of Franco-Russian economic cooperation reiterated Total's commitment - recently renamed TotalEnergies - to "provide more carbon-free energy" and " decarbonize Russian energy ”....

Still fewer patients in the hospital

[ad_1] Coronavirus: Still fewer patients in the hospital (Illustration) - Eric Dessons / JDD / SIPA The number of Covid-19 patients hospitalized in France continues to decline, according to data from Public Health France published Thursday evening. The intensive care unit, which receives the most serious cases, had 2,677 patients against 2,754 on Wednesday and 3,206 seven days ago. In total, 15,283 coronavirus patients were treated in hospital in France, against 15,638 the day before and 17,941 a week ago....

HAS recommends generalizing serological tests to avoid unnecessary second doses

[ad_1] The Haute Autorité de Santé recommends that a rapid serological test be carried out before the administration of the first dose of anti-Covid vaccine to identify people who have had the coronavirus without knowing it and to prevent them from an unnecessary second dose. - SYSPEO / SIPA In an opinion delivered this Thursday, the HAS recommends a serological test before the injection of the first dose of vaccine. The goal is to identify former asymptomatic coronavirus patients who...

France-Bulgaria on June 8 will welcome 5,000 spectators

[ad_1] Coronavirus: France-Bulgaria on June 8 will welcome 5,000 spectators - AFP The France-Bulgaria match, preparatory to Euro football, can take place on June 8 with 5,000 spectators and a curfew shifted to 11 p.m. by exemption, we learned Thursday from the Ministry of Sports. This match, which will take place at the Stade de France, will benefit one day in advance from the conditions of the second deconfinement stage, which increases the gauge from 1,000 to 5,000 spectators and...

“It is time for fear to change sides”, reacts the young woman after the dismissal of the trial

[ad_1] The trial of thirteen Internet users suspected of cyberbullying and threatening to kill Mila has been postponed to June 21. - Francois Mori / AP / SIPA Mila, 18, was the victim of massive cyberstalking and facing death and rape threats after twice posting videos on social media in 2020 in which she criticized Islam and the Prophet Muhammad. In total, the high school student from Isère has received more than 100,000 hate messages on social networks since the...

A 28-month-old child dies in Vendée

[ad_1] Illustration of an emergency ambulance from Samu (15), here in Rennes. - C. Allain / 20 Minutes An administrative investigation was opened after the death of a two-and-a-half-year-old child this Thursday morning. The mother would have previously tried "for an hour to join unsuccessfully on the 18th and then the 15th". A 28-month-old child died in Vendée, during the breakdown of emergency numbers which massively hampered access to help, the prefecture announced Thursday evening. "The death of a young...

“No matter what it cost, the important thing was to win,” said Jérôme Lavrilleux.

[ad_1] Paris, May 20, 2021. Jérôme Lavrilleux and his lawyer, Christian Saint-Palais, arrive at the Paris court which is examining the Bygmalion case. - Bertrand GUAY / AFP Postponed due to the coronavirus in March, the trial of the so-called “Bygmalion” case resumed on May 20 before the 11th chamber of the Paris judicial tribunal. Former executives of the UMP, responsible for the 2012 campaign and leaders of the Bygmalion company: in total, fourteen people are on trial for this...

“Loss of control” or “weakening” of networks, according to unions

[ad_1] Orange illustration. - SYSPEO / SIPA Several Orange unions point to Thursday the "loss of control" or the "weakening" of the telephone operator's networks, after the failure which prevented access to emergency numbers throughout France and could have resulted, indirectly, the death of three people. For the CGT of postal and telecommunications activities (CGT FAPT) “this major unavailability follows a resurgence of more localized incidents of the same type. In Oise, Haute-Savoie or Narbonne, these events had recently impacted...