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France continues to chain weather alerts. This Wednesday, as since the start of the week, the weather will still be dominated by a winter disturbance resulting in heavy snowfall and rain, with 14 departments on orange alert for snow and ice, another for rain and flooding and one for submersion waves, according to Météo-France. Orange snow and ice vigilance concerns the following departments: Ain, Allier, Côte-d’Or, Creuse, Doubs, Isère, Loire, Puy-de-Dôme, Haut-Rhin, Rhône, Haute-Saône, Saône-et-Loire, Vosges and Territory of Belfort. The Pyrénées-Atlantiques are on alert orange rain flood. Orange vigilance is also underway for submersion waves in southern Corsica, whose western facade is hit by a powerful swell.
It’s time for choices for high school students in Terminale and students in reorientation. Registration on the Parcoursup post-baccalaureate admission platform begins this Wednesday at the start of the afternoon. Candidates have until March 9 inclusive to decide among 21,000 training courses recognized by the State. To do this, they must register on the platform and make a maximum of 10 non-ranked wishes (with the possibility of sub-wishes). Those who wish can add 10 additional wishes for apprenticeship training. Candidates will then have until April 6 inclusive to provide the necessary documents requested by the training courses to which they have applied and confirm their wishes.
She was the dean of known humanity since April. The French sister André died in her sleep on the night of Monday to Tuesday in her retirement home in Toulon. “She died at 2 a.m. There is great sadness but she wanted it, it was her desire to join her beloved brother. For her, it’s a release, ”explained David Tavella, in charge of communication at the Sainte-Catherine-Labouré accommodation establishment for dependent elderly people, where she lived. Sister André is the 4th longest-lived person, behind Jeanne Calment (122), Kane Tanaka and an American, according to Laurent Toussaint, a specialist in extreme longevity in France.