Thursday, June 30

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President, vice-presidents, quaestors… Here is the composition of the office of the National Assembly

The deputies of the new legislature composed this Wednesday the office of the National Assembly, a sort of board of directors of the institution. The office of the National Assembly, renewed this Wednesday, is made up of the President of the Assembly, 6 vice-presidents (in charge of replacing the president during the sessions), 3 quaestors (in charge of the expenses of the Assembly) and 12 secretaries who ensure the proper conduct of the votes. The distribution of positions between the different political groups is done according to a complex points system. The exercise gave rise to a series of passes of arms, rebellious France denouncing a “de facto alliance” and “an agreement between the RN, LREM and LR to exclude Nupes” from certain positions. President of the National Assembly Yaë...

Covid-19. Traders closed during confinement had to pay their rents, according to the Court of Cassation

Covid-19: The bar of 2 million tests in one week crossed again The number of tests has "again" crossed the two million mark in a week, according to figures published Thursday by the Ministry of Health, illustrating the acceleration of the seventh wave of the Covid epidemic. With more than 2.1 million PCR and antigen tests validated between June 20 and 26 against more than 1.6 million the previous week, "the increase in the number of tests is accentuated", indicates the direction of statistics (Drees ) in a press release. Falling to just over a million at the end of May, the number of tests has continued to rise since then, a little more markedly each week. If the number of tests is on the rise “for all age groups”, it remains much more marked among those under 16...

World Cup 2022: Josh Cavallo is afraid to go to Qatar after his coming out

Australian Josh Cavallo, who publicly revealed his homosexuality a few months ago, said on Thursday that he feared traveling to Qatar to play in the FIFA World Cup. Nearly nine months after coming out, Josh Cavallo, who is not sure of competing in the World Cup with Australia, revealed Thursday that he feared for his life. With many fans worried they won't be able to fully enjoy the event due to bans on alcohol or sex outside of marriage, the young Australian midfielder (22) spoke about the Gulf country's intolerance towards homosexuality. "I want to show that it's good for everyone," he told Sky Sports. It's not just OK for Josh Cavallo because he's a footballer and he's protected. I want it to be OK for these people every day.” Josh Cavallo on whether he'd go to the World Cup in Qata...

PSG: Christophe Galtier wants to keep Neymar

If the future of Neymar is very uncertain at PSG, Christophe Galtier, who will succeed Mauricio Pochettino as coach, wants to keep the Brazilian. Christophe Galtier is not yet officially the coach of PSG. But he has already set to work. The former Nice coach, who should very soon succeed Mauricio Pochettino on the Parisian bench, has arrived in the capital to prepare for the recovery, scheduled for Monday at Camp des loges, and more generally next season. One month before the Champions Trophy, against Nantes (July 31), he would also have a very precise idea of ​​how he wants to develop his team. He plans to play in a 3-5-2 scheme. And with this in mind, he would consider positioning Neymar in the role of number 10. It is for this reason that he wants to keep the Brazilian in his squa...

(+)Fant beinrester etter menneske under gravearbeid i Molde

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War in Ukraine: the Russian army announces its withdrawal from Serpents’ Island

Conquered at the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Serpents' Island would henceforth be left unoccupied by the Russian army. A maneuver that should allow kyiv to export its cereal production, according to Moscow. The Russian army announced on Thursday June 30 that it had withdrawn from Serpents' Island, a strategic position in the Black Sea conquered by Moscow and which has been under Ukrainian bombardment in recent weeks. This small island became iconic from the first day of the Russian offensive when a member of the small Ukrainian garrison defending it ordered the Russian ship demanding its surrender to “fuck it” (sic). Before finally surrendering. "On June 30, as a sign of goodwill, the Russian armed forces accomplished the objectives set on Serpents' Island and withdrew their...

Education. The mathematics specialty chosen by 37% of high school students in Terminale, according to a study

Mathematics remains the most chosen specialty in Terminale, but by less than 40% of high school students and only a quarter of girls, according to a study by the Ministry of National Education published Thursday and relating to the start of the 2021 school year.Among the two specialties (“major” subjects) that high school students must choose in Terminale since the high school reform, a total of 136,539 students (37%) chose maths, ahead of economics and social sciences (131,179) and physics -chemistry (114,303), according to this study by Depp, the statistics agency of the ministry.This is slightly less than in 2020, when 41% of students followed the maths specialty in Terminale (151,194).Strong gender disparitiesIn total, all types of education combined (specialty and “complementary ma...

Nice: a 5-year-old child dies hit by a scooter

A 5-year-old boy died after being hit by a scooter on the Promenade des Anglais on Wednesday evening in Nice. A terrible accident. A 5-year-old boy, hit Wednesday evening in Nice by a scooter, succumbed to his injuries, the Nice Public Prosecutor's Office told our colleagues from Nice morning. The child was seriously injured around 8 p.m. He had been taken to hospital in serious condition. The accident reportedly occurred at a pedestrian crossing. The driver of the scooter, a 45-year-old man, was slightly injured. Christian Estrosi at war against scooters On Twitter, Christian Estrosi, mayor of Nice wanted to send his condolences to the family of the little boy. Immense emotion following the death of the little boy knocked down last night by an electric scooter in #Nice0...

71% of French people are in favor of returning to wearing a mask in transport

Faced with the resumption of the covid epidemic, 71% of French people are rather in favor of the return of the wearing of compulsory masks in transport, according to a survey. The covid-19 epidemic is starting again in France, as the summer holidays approach, so much so that the Minister of Health, Brigitte Bourguignon, has recommended that the French wear the mask again in transport. Moreover, 71% of the population would be in favor of compulsory wearing, according to a Ifop poll for the JDD. More precisely, 33% are completely in favor of it, 38% rather in favor, and conversely 12% are rather opposed to it and 17% not at all in favor. Young people are the most opposed to the return to wearing a mask in transport: among 18-24 year olds, 57% are against, while only 30% do not want this ...