Sunday night crime thriller
Meret Becker’s farewell to the “crime scene”
Meret Becker stops at the Berlin “Tatort” and says goodbye with a dramatic finale. German crime fans have often seen inspectors die. Sometimes the ending is weird.
When an actor retires from a role after a long time, screenwriters often tinker: What can
Tourists can enjoy the view from the 118 meter high chalk cliff until June 30 this year. The reason: A newly built viewing platform is to be opened in autumn. It is said to hover several meters above the chalk cliffs hanging from a mast. This should protect the rock in the future, but the view should be preserved.
A 28-year-old man was arrested for “intentional violence with a weapon by destination” last Thursday evening in front of a bar in Colomiers, in the suburbs of Toulouse. According to police sources, the client was celebrating his hiring in an aeronautical company that evening. No doubt intoxicated by the event and by the alcohol, the respondent did not appreciate the call to order from a server who asked him not to go out on the terrace with glasses in
The dogs were found emaciated in two electrified enclosures, without water, in the middle of excrement, sometimes carrion for one of them. A hunter from the town of Aiguefonde, in the Tarn, has an appointment this Monday before the Castres police court to answer for the “deprivation of care” of which his eight animals were victims.
The complaint was filed by the Stéphane Lamart association “For the defense of animal rights”, of which an investigator is at the origin of
At Roland Garros,
“Thank you Grégoire, thank you Grégoire, Thank you! Unleashed after more than three hours of a fight in five sets, the boiling public of court 14 did not hide their pleasure when Gregoire Barrere finally raised his arms. On paper, the match of the 209th player in the world against the Japanese Taro Daniel, 105th at the ATP, however, did not have enough to raise the crowds. However, it was without a doubt the most beautiful atmosphere
Angélique, Evelyne, Sofya, Nadia… A huge banner with the names of victims of feminicides in France was unfurled this Sunday on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival by members of a feminist collective, Les colleuses, in honor of a documentary presented in the afternoon on the Croisette.
These are the first names or identities of 129 women killed “since the last Cannes Film Festival” in July 2021, which were displayed on the steps of the palace. Dressed in
A man, a woman and a minor who prostituted themselves were indicted in Nancy for aggravated pimping after being denounced by a 14-year-old girl, we learned on Sunday from the Nancy prosecutor’s office. The two adults, born in 1992 and 1996, were placed in pre-trial detention and the 16-year-old minor under judicial supervision, while the 14-year-old girl was returned to her mother, detailed the public prosecutor of Nancy , Francois Perain, confirming information of The Republican East.
Ukraine’s allies continue to hurt Russia’s wallet by trying to do without its energy. The Russian electricity exporter InterRAO has thus lost since Sunday the possibility of selling electricity to its customers in the Baltic countries.
“This is an important step on our way to energy independence,” said Lithuanian Energy Minister Dainius Kreivys. On Friday, the Nord Pool energy exchange sent a notification to InterRAO, according to which the latter was banned from trading in the Baltic countries, following international
In Australia, the executive has officially changed hands. Labor Anthony Albanese was sworn in as the new Prime Minister on Monday, hours before leaving for Japan where he will attend an international summit. The ex-leader of the centre-left opposition, who says Canberra is ready to commit to the fight against climate change, will indeed take part in a summit of the Quad (United States, India, Japan, Australia ) on Tuesday in Tokyo.
The 59-year-old new prime minister was sworn in
“We concede the right that the venerable servant of God, Pauline Marie Jaricot, creator of the work of the Propagation of the Faith and of the Living Rosary, may henceforth be called Blessed, and that she may be the object of a celebration on January 9 of each year. Twelve thousand people applaud this word from Pope Francis, read by a faithful at Eurexpo, near Lyon, transformed for the occasion into a giant church.
This Sunday, Pauline Jaricot (1799-1862) thus
A trial has been requested against a former security assistant (ADS) from a Paris police station who stole the bank cards of people placed in police custody or in sobering up, we learned on Sunday from sources familiar with the matter. The dismissal of Souleymane D., in particular for fraud and embezzlement of property by a person holding public authority against six people, was requested by the prosecution, in an indictment delivered at the end of April that AFP reported.
New heat records for the month of May were recorded on Sunday, particularly in the Massif Central and the Alps, according to provisional figures from Météo-France. Several broken records had been set the day before, noted the national meteorological agency, while the country has been experiencing unusual heat for more than a month.
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Russia’s head of state meets the Belarusian ruler in Sochi. A pro-Russian mayor in Ukraine is injured in an explosion. The developments in the live blog.
Baltic states end electricity imports from Russia
The Baltic states have stopped importing electricity from Russia because of the Ukraine war. “This is an important step on our way to energy independence,” Lithuanian Energy Minister Dainius Kreivys told AFP on Sunday. “By refusing to import Russian
World Economic Forum: Oxfam calls for more taxes on the rich
Millions of people are at risk of sliding into extreme poverty because of the parallel global crises. Before the big meeting of business and politics in Davos, there are calls for political action.
According to the Oxfam organization, the richest in the world have become even richer since
Storms in Canada: five dead and hundreds of thousands without power
Storms and thunderstorms have wreaked havoc across parts of Canada. At least five people died. There is no electricity in more than 600,000 households.
At least five people died in several violent storms and thunderstorms in Canada over the weekend.
The storm wreaked
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The number of refugees has reached a new record high. According to the United Nations, more than 100 million people are currently fleeing. The war in Ukraine alone added 14 million to the number.
For the first time in the world, more than 100 million people are fleeing conflict, violence, human rights violations and persecution. This figure was announced by the United Nations in Geneva. UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi called the brand “equally
“(2022 GL1)” comes closest to us! A total of 11 near-Earth asteroids reach the closest point in their orbit today. An overview of the largest asteroids near Earth on May 23, 2022.
Which asteroids are near Earth today?
Image: Adobe Stock / Matthieu
NASA is currently aware of over 1.1 million asteroids in the solar system. Thousands more are discovered every month. Special attention is paid to the so-called near-Earth asteroids, which do not move around the sun like most
More than 100 million people displaced by violence
A sad record: According to the UN refugee agency, the number of people displaced by violence has exceeded 100 million for the first time.
The Russian war of aggression in Ukraine and other deadly conflicts have pushed the number of people displaced by violence worldwide to more than 100 million for the first time on
Manchester City: Villa keeper Robin Olsen assaulted in a storm
Unpleasant scene after ManCity’s title win: Many fans at Etihad Stadium rushed onto the pitch and Robin Olsen was attacked.
Aston Villas goalkeeper is Robin Olsen after the last matchday in the Premier League was physically attacked at Manchester City (2: 3). Cityzens fans stormed the pitch after the final whistle to celebrate winning the championship again. It came to
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Two days after his election victory, the Australian Labor leader Albanese took over the government. He will meet US President Joe Biden on Tuesday. However, all votes have not yet been counted.
Australian election winner Anthony Albanese has been sworn in as the country’s 31st Prime Minister. Just two days after the vote, the 59-year-old Labor chief took his oath of office today before Governor General David Hurley. Several ministers of the new cabinet were sworn