A year ago, police officers were attacked by a large number of young people during a supposedly routine operation in the English Garden: There were insults, bottles were thrown, and there were injuries. That caused a stir at the time and a lot of outrage. Politicians and police representatives called for the fastest possible sanctions at the time. Just like the attacks themselves, the reactions also showed how tense the nerves were in spring 2021. Understandable, given all the impositions
Nono is back! Weaned from victory since the start of the season, Arnaud Démare returned to winning ways on Wednesday during the fifth stage of the Tour of Italy. The Groupama-FDJ sprinter beat Fernando Gaviria (UAE Team Emirates) and Giacomo Nizzolo (Israel-Premier Tech) in Messina after 174 kilometers.
Distanced from the peloton in the Portella Mandrazzi, classified in the second category, the Picard, well accompanied by his teammates, managed to return to the front of the race, unlike other sprinters
You had to have strong nerves to get this pole position. After a session delayed by more than half an hour, due to the crash between the Canadians Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) and Nicholas Latifi (Williams) in Q1 and the accident of Fernando Alonso (Alpine) in Q3, Saturday on the Melbourne circuit, Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) finally beat Max Verstappen (Red Bull) for the privilege of starting at the head of the Australian Grand Prix on Sunday.
At the end of
A small family lies dead on a street in Ukraine. Killed trying to flee from Russian shells. At the beginning of March the New York Times published this picture on their front page – and thus triggered a debate worldwide: Which pictures should – or may the media show? How to report on the war? The German Press Council has just called for the selection of such photos to be “careful”. Before publication, “weigh up the readers’ interest in information
This is a first for French skating. A month after Olympic gold, Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron put a golden final touch to their season by winning a fifth world title on Saturday in Montpellier. Excluded like all Russians in response to the invasion of Ukraine, Victoria Sinitsina and Nikita Katsalapov, outgoing world champions and Olympic silver medalists in Beijing, were however absent.
She remained faithful to her sequined golden dress worn in Beijing, swapped her red top for a
Blue-white-red fireworks in Italy. At the end of a crazy 5th stage disputed between Sefro and Fermo (155 km), Warren Barguil went to seek a prestigious victory, the first of the Breton in World Tour for more than four years. The climber-puncher from the Arkéa-Samsic team was able to take advantage of a steep finish to win ahead of his breakaway companions. Also stirring, Xandro Meurisse (Alpecin-Fenix) had to settle for second place, ahead of Simone Velasco (Astana-Qazaqstan), third.
The situation in the major Ukrainian cities has recently deteriorated, especially for civilians. This Saturday, for the first time, a ceasefire was to apply to the encircled and heavily shelled Mariupol and the city of Wolnowacha. There should be humanitarian corridors to care for and evacuate people.
First, the evacuation of Mariupol was then postponed again, the city accused Russian troops of not complying with the ceasefire. Nevertheless, we will be talking about such humanitarian corridors more often in the
Munich/Upper Bavaria – The corona virus is still causing restrictions in public life in the region, in Bavaria, in Germany and around the world. The developments over the weekend (5/6 March) in the news ticker:
The number of cases at a glance:
- Covid-19 cases in intensive care units in Bavaria: 364 (Source/Status: DIVI, March 5, 9:15 a.m)
- 7-day incidence: City of Rosenheim 627.4, district of Rosenheim 582.7, district of Traunstein 1770.3,
Loïc Meillard, third on Saturday, dominated the first leg of the second slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, this Sunday morning. Starting in third position, he first pushed back the Austrian Manuel Feller and the Norwegian Henrik Kristoffersen to 80 and 88 hundredths, before the triple Olympic medalist Johannes Strolz and the Swiss Ramon Zenhaeusern encrusted at 51 hundredths.
Alexis Pinturault, who started with bib 13, contained a delay at the top of the track to take 5th place, 69 hundredths, beating
Stade Rennais – Troyes: 4-1
Faced with the hecatomb in the middle known in Rennes, the options for Bruno Genesio were limited. It is almost inevitable that the SFRC coach has aligned Serhou Guirassy, more “supersub” than a potential starter this season. However, it is thanks to him that the Bretons disposed of Troyes this Sunday (4-1) thanks to an express double: by pushing the ball deep after a corner (1-0, 14th) then by smash the good volley center of
So close and at the same time so far from the tumult of the Croisette, will Saint-Honorat Island and its sixteen centuries of monastic life soon become a UNESCO World Heritage Site? The case is now well under way for the smallest of the Lérins Islands: in November, the Minister of Culture announced that the Cannes dossier was included on France’s national indicative list. Proof of its maturity after several major changes and above all a “prior to any pursuit
A construction company advertises with a half-naked woman and the slogan “Well built”. It’s not a joke, it’s still an everyday occurrence in the advertising industry. “Sex sells” has been true in the industry for decades. A campaign can now be seen in Munich that aims to draw attention to sexism in advertising, to counter it and to stimulate thought in a creative way. The marketing company Ströer has cooperated with Macromedia University for this purpose. Students have taken on
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In an interview with the new issue of JDD posted online this Saturday evening, the epidemiologist, an executive of the Institut Pasteur and member of the Scientific Council, Arnaud Fontanet, is advancing a horizon for the peak of the fifth wave of Covid-19 which crosses the country: mid-January .
Associate researcher at the Institut Pasteur where he heads the epidemiology research unit and member of the Scientific Council, Arnaud Fontanet is one of the voices that the French have come
Decrease in travelers with the increase in teleworking, contaminated railway workers or arrested contact cases… Like any employer, SNCF is not immune to the 5th wave of Coronavirus which hits France hard. “The evolution of the health situation may lead to local adaptations of some of our transport plans,” said a spokesperson for SNCF Voyageurs on Thursday. By adaptations, understand: cancellation of trains. These relate “only to regional trains”, specified the spokesperson, noting that the phenomenon was for the moment
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Pressure continues to mount on hospitals and critical care facilities. They have indeed taken care of more than 2,752 patients with Covid-19 on Monday according to figures from Public Health France. In total, 1,505 coronavirus patients were admitted to hospital, for a total of 14,527 beds occupied by these patients. On the side of critical care, 379 new
COVID. The 5th wave “is approaching the peak of the 2nd wave”, Gabriel Attal alerted this Friday, December 10. In response to the outbreak of Covid-19 in France, the executive wants to further accelerate the vaccine booster campaign, in particular by proposing the addition of “8 million slots by the beginning of January”.
Guillaume Rozier, data scientist and founder of CovidTracker, detailed in a Twitter post,
END OF AUSTRIAN CONTAINMENT ON MONDAY
The re-containment introduced three weeks ago in Austria to fight the Covid-19 pandemic will end on Monday as planned, except for unvaccinated people, the government announced on Tuesday. “We have a positive trend” for the reduction of contamination and we have “agreed to end the containment,” said new conservative chancellor Karl Nehammer.
“The coronavirus is weighing on people. And for many, the limit of what is reasonable is exceeded”, he had estimated during his
We did not want to believe it, yet it is there. She, the fifth wave of coronavirus, which casts a gloomy shadow over the end of the year celebrations. Monday, at the end of a Health Defense Council, the Prime Minister announced a series of measures and “proportionate efforts” to overcome this major rebound. Fortunately, “no gauge, no curfew, no containment” are currently envisaged. The government, on the other hand, called on the population not to relax the barrier gestures
Get started with the booster dose. Open to all adults since November 27, this new injection will condition the validity of the health pass from January 15. If the traffic jam was immediate on the Doctolib platform as soon as this measure was announced, the possibilities of getting injected should not be lacking in Île-de-France.
“There are more than 110 vaccination centers available in the region, and we will continue to open them”, explains a representative of the regional health