Monday, January 17

Justice. Doctor imprisoned, suspected of killing two palliative care patients

A 40-year-old doctor has been indicted and imprisoned for the murder of two of his patients in palliative care, in Le Mans in 2020, using anesthetics. The Le Mans public prosecutor's office, which communicated on the case on Thursday, had opened a judicial investigation in April 2021 in this case following a report from the council of the order of doctors of Sarthe, said prosecutor Delphine Dewailly.Colleagues denounce his actionsIt was the suspect's colleagues at the Pôle Santé Sud clinic in Le Mans who revealed the inappropriate actions of this doctor working in the palliative care unit. He is suspected of having given lethal doses of anesthetics to at least two of his patients, without consulting their families or the medical team, between February and October 2020.Struck off, he doe...

Egyptian-American arrested in New York for spying on opponents of Sissi

(Belga) The American authorities will bring before a judge an American-Egyptian accused of engaging in spying on political opponents of the Egyptian head of state Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the justice ministry announced Thursday. Pierre Girgis, 39, is being prosecuted for having worked illegally in the United States as a foreign agent on behalf of Egypt, according to a statement from the ministry. Mr. Girgis is suspected of having "spotted and obtained information concerning political opponents of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi". "The Department of Justice will not let agents of foreign regimes operate in the United States to track and collect information on those who criticize these regimes," warned Deputy Justice Minister for National Security Matthew Olsen. Pierre Girgis, holde...

The United States fears espionage and scraps Chinese drones. In Norway, the police will buy 130.

US authorities believe that Chinese drones pose a national security risk. Several now believe that the Norwegian police should withdraw from the agreement.Norwegian and Swedish police have carried out a joint procurement of drones. Photo: Steve Marcus, Reuters/NTBOn Friday, Minister of Justice Emilie Enger Mehl summoned Police Director Benedicte Bjørnland to an emergency meeting. Background: Purchase of over 100 Chinese drones from the Chinese company DJI for use by Norwegian police. Just before Christmas, the Chinese company was placed on US sanctions list. In recent years, DJI drones have captured almost 80 percent of the world market for drones. They are used by professional actors, authorities in a number of countries and by amateurs.U.S. citizens can no longer buy and sell shares i...

The United States fears espionage and scraps Chinese drones. In Norway, the police have just ordered 130 of them.

US authorities believe that Chinese drones pose a national security risk. Several now believe that the Norwegian police should withdraw from the agreement.Norwegian and Swedish police have carried out a joint procurement of drones. Photo: Steve Marcus, Reuters/NTBOn Friday, Minister of Justice Emilie Enger Mehl summoned Police Director Benedicte Bjørnland to an emergency meeting. Background: Purchase of over 100 Chinese drones from the Chinese company DJI for use by Norwegian police. Just before Christmas, the Chinese company was placed on US sanctions list. In recent years, DJI drones have captured almost 80 percent of the world market for drones. They are used by professional actors, authorities in a number of countries and by amateurs.U.S. citizens can no longer buy and sell shares i...

In short, Friday, January 7th

We collect the newspaper's short articles in the column «In short». Here is today's post. Photo: Ketil Blom Haugstulen / Ellen EriksenThe aquaculture industry. Traffic. Here is today's card post.DebateThis is a debate post. Opinions in the text are at the writer's expense.Wanted: A more nuanced debate on aquacultureShould we not work to find solutions for the future rather than looking for problems in the past?The book "The new fish", authored by Simen Sætre and Kjetil Østli, tells a story about aquaculture in Norway. The essence of the book is reproduced in Aftenposten on December 22, wearing a language costume we rarely see in the debate columns. Our response is not as poetic, but still carries a message we are passionate about.Although "The New Fish" points out challenges in indu...

Opens for power plants in protected watercourses: – The worst possible outcome

Both the Conservatives and the Labor Party are opening the door for power development in protected watercourses, but Rødt is concerned and believes it will face strong opposition. - Like deciding that Nidaros Cathedral should be demolished, says MDG.The picture is from Vatnedalsdammane in Bykle in Setesdal.view more Tor Erik Schrøder / NTBPublished: Published: Less than 1 hour agoLast week, leader Terje Aasland (Labor Party) in the Storting's energy and environment committee opened to assess power developments in protected watercourses, to ensure that Norway has enough electricity for increased industrial investment and electrification.I Parliamentary Question Time On Wednesday, the Conservative Party's energy policy spokesman Nikolai Astrup gave his support to assess developments in pro...

Mexico: a dozen bodies found in front of a regional government

(Belga) A dozen bodies were found Thursday in a vehicle parked in front of the headquarters of the regional government of the state of Zacatecas, in northern Mexico, a territory disputed by two of the most powerful cartels in the country, according to the authorities. “At 5:30 am (12:30 pm HB) this morning, I was told about a gray car (...) left here in front of the government palace with bodies apparently beaten, damaged,” Governor David Monreal said on the networks social. There were a total of ten bodies in the vehicle, according to the daily La Jornada close to power. Local media initially reported six bodies in the vehicle abandoned by a lone driver. According to the authorities, the state of Zacatecas is a battleground between the Sinaloa and Jalisco Nueva Generacion cartels. At...

Ben Affleck flexes the actor muscles in new streaming film

The popular actor is like a good wine. He just gets better and better over the years. Good chemistry between JR (Daniel Ranieri) and Uncle Charlie (Ben Affleck). Foto: Claire Folger/ Amazon Content ServicesBen Affleck (49) has come a long way as an actor since "Dazed and confused» (1993), «Mallrats» (1995) and the breakthrough in «Good will hunting». His career has since had both ups and downs, but in "The tender bar" he gets to show what he is good at. Read the whole case with subscriptionAlready a subscriber? sign in Reference-www.aftenposten.no