Poverty is 5 to 15 times more common in the overseas than it is on French soil
According to an Insee study published Monday, July 11, 2011, poverty is more common in Overseas and more severe in France than on mainland France. It is "five- to fifteen times more common." Nearly 18% French people living in extreme poverty are therefore...READ NEWS
Macron "fully assumes” his Uber approach, "I would repeat it tomorrow and the day after tomorrow."
He has not denied anything. Emmanuel Macron stated this Tuesday, July 12, that he "assumes(r) thoroughly" the disputed Uber action he took as Minister of Economy. He stressed that he had acted in the era to create thousands of jobs. "I am very proud (...),...READ NEWS
Tehran: Jafar Panahi, Iranian filmmaker, is arrested
Jafar Panahi was an Iranian dissident filmmaker who won the Golden Bear for Best Film at 2015 Berlin Film Festival. He was detained on Monday, July 11, according to Mehr, the Iranian news agency Mehr. Mehr reports that Jafar Panahi was detained today after...READ NEWS
Boris Johnson's successor is expected to be announced on September 5,
Graham Brady, chairman of the parliamentary panel responsible for establishing rules of the ballot announced that Boris Johnson's successor as head of the British Conservative Party is to be named on September 5. He stated that nominations will open...READ NEWS
Emmanuel Macron selects a senior magistrate to serve as his justice advisor
This appointment has already generated over a thousand comments from the judicial community, where it was only a matter of days that the news was out: Emmanuel Macron chose a magistrate from the top hierarchy to be his new legal advisor in his cabinet of...READ NEWS
Marine Le Pen accuses Emmanuel Macron having "bought" his election
Marine Le Pen believes that Emmanuel Macron bought his election thanks to the Covid-19 outbreak. "Emmanuel Macron bought his electoral election at any cost and today he said, "Now that I am elected, we are going to cut the water'," judged the presidential...READ NEWS
At least 15 people were killed in an East Ukrainian strike at an apartment building.
According to Ukrainian authorities, Russian forces continued to bombard eastern Ukraine on Sunday 7/10/2010, killing at least 15 civilians in a strike that tore through an apartment building in Chassiv Iar. This small community of around 12,000 people was...READ NEWS
President on the run, palace invaded by the crowd... Sri Lanka plunges into crisis
The situation in Sri Lanka remains uncertain. President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who was forced from his palace by protestors in Colombo following the devastating crisis in Sri Lanka, agreed to resign this week. A spokesperson for the United States said that Sunday's...READ NEWS
Mexico's Monterrey is without water because of drought.
Maria Celia Navarro (73), smiles wistfully as she recalls the simple pleasure of taking a bath. This was a luxury that was unthinkable for many weeks in Monterrey. The industrial capital of Mexico is now learning to live without water. Monterrey is surrounded...READ NEWS
Eight candidates are already running for the succession of Boris Johnson
Three new high-ranking candidates to succeed Boris Johnson were announced on Saturday night, two days after Johnson's resignation. This brings the total number of applicants to eight. Savid Javid was not the only candidate. Former foreign and health...READ NEWS
Prices for electricity and gas: Borne doesn't rule out targeted assistance after the end the tariff shield
Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne stated that the tariff shield on energy prices could soon be replaced with more targeted assistance for French citizens of low income next year. She made this statement on Saturday, July 9th in Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du- Rhone)....READ NEWS
According to Marc Fesneau, Minister of Agriculture Marc Fesneau, large retailers can still lower prices.
Marc Fesneau, Agriculture Minister, stated that large retailers still have the ability to take action to reduce food prices, particularly through promotions. We can get discounts up to 34% today on promotions. However, we find that most large retailers are...READ NEWS
The government wants to expel "any foreigner" who "committed serious crimes"
In an interview, Gerald Darmanin, Interior Minister of France, stated that the government would allow the expulsion of any foreigner who has "committed serious acts". This is done by lifting the condition on the age of arrival in France. This Saturday, July...READ NEWS
Japanese police admit that Shinzo Abe's security is not perfect
There were "undeniable" security flaws in Shinzo Abe's security. He was shot dead at the Nara (west) election rally Friday. The police chief in Nara promised an investigation. Nara Prefectural Police Chief Tomoaki Onizuka stated to reporters that "It's...READ NEWS
President of Sri Lanka on the run; his home invaded by protesters
According to AFP, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the President of Sri Lanka fled his Colombo residence just minutes before it was stormed and occupied by thousands of protestors. Defense. The source stated that the president was taken to safety. She added, "He's...READ NEWS
A legal battle is in the near future after Elon Musk's breach of the takeover deal.
After Elon Musk, Tesla boss, and SpaceX chief, broke the $44 billion deal for Twitter, there is a legal battle. This signals the end of a dream, for some, but a nightmare for others. His lawyers assured Twitter that it has not fulfilled its obligations under...READ NEWS
Washington announces new military assistance for Ukraine
The United States announced Friday, July 8, new military assistance to Ukraine. This includes precision shells and rocket launchers that will increase the ability of Ukraine to strike weapons depots and improve the supply chain. Russian army According to...READ NEWS
Biden is seeking to pass a law in Congress to prevent an 'out-of-control' Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court of the United States has revoked the Constitution right to abortion. "The fastest way" to allow women to get it back would be to pass a law at Congress, stated Joe Biden on Friday, July 8. Trump signed a limited-scope executive directive...READ NEWS
Russia is the only one against everyone at G20
G20 Diplomacy's heads met in Bali on Friday, July 8, for a special meeting. During this meeting, Russia was suddenly isolated from other members of the body. The host country of Indonesia had invited Sergey Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, despite...READ NEWS
In Switzerland, Blatter and Platini are cleared of the charges of fraud.
Six years of investigation and two weeks in Switzerland on fraud charges, Michel Platini, and Sepp Blatter were found not guilty of the crime. The case that shattered the dreams of the Frenchman, who was tipped to be the next global football leader in 2015,...READ NEWS
Putin's "I Told You So" Despite Soaring Prices
Vladimir Putin, Russian President, warned Friday, July 8, of the possible "catastrophic” consequences of Western sanctions on the global energy market. Vladimir Putin warned that further use of sanctions could have even more severe, exaggerated and even...READ NEWS
JFK. Carnot. Sankara... These other assassinated statemen were before Shinzo Abe.
After being shot at, the suspect was left stunned in Japan, where he was former Prime Minister Shinzo abe's victim. After the fact, the suspect confessed that he had a grudge against certain organizations and that he committed the crime because he believed...READ NEWS
Shinzo Abe, former Prime Minister of Japan, dies after being shot
According to the hospital where he was treated, Shinzo Abe, former Japanese Prime Minister, died Friday, July 8, after a gunshot attack. He was 67 years of age. "Shinzo Abe was taken to the hospital at 12:20 p.m. When he arrived, he was already in cardiopulmonary...READ NEWS
"The serious things haven't yet started in Ukraine": The disturbing speech of Vladimir Putin in photos
Vladimir Putin exercises his muscles. During a meeting in Moscow with Duma officials, Vladimir Putin stated Thursday that if the West wants to defeat Russia, they should "let them try." This speech, one of the most vehement in recent weeks, was delivered...READ NEWS