Saturday, December 4

Violence against women: new measures announced by Jean Castex

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which takes place this Thursday, November 25, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced three new measures to guarantee their support and protection. "Because too many feminicides and violence against women are still committed, the Government will further accelerate the deployment on the ground of our action", indicated the services of the Prime Minister in a statement. communicated. More accommodation places Women's protection associations deplore the lack of emergency accommodation places for women victims of domestic violence, which forces many victims to stay in the family home and live under the same roof as their violent spouse. Matignon therefore announced on Thursday the opening of "1,000 new ac...

England: at 13, she discovers a treasure dating from the Bronze Age

By getting excited about metal detecting, Milly didn't expect to find treasure so quickly. This 13-year-old Briton has indeed unearthed nearly 65 artifacts dating from the Bronze Age. The young girl was then surveying a field near Royston (Hertfordshire, England), sixty kilometers north of London. "It was only my third metal detection session," she told the BBC. "I wasn't sure what I was doing." Milly Hardwick, 13, discovered a “once in a lifetime” Bronze Age hoard of axes and blades in a field near Royston in Hertfordshire in SeptemberThe dig, organised by Woburn Detecting Store, called archaeologists to the site & there were 65 artefacts dating back to 1300BC pic.twitter.com/VfoBxClU4r — (((L Buckland))) (@chalkeblue) November 22, 2021 When her detector signaled, Milly called her ...

Short film: Exam

Characterized by fear and paranoia, Sadaf balances life as a young woman in Iran. Reference-www.aftenposten.no

Menu. Countries that have legalized recreational cannabis are still rare

What about therapeutic cannabis in all of this? More and more countries are legalizing the use of medical cannabis. In Latin America, it is already authorized in Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico and Peru. In the United States, it is permitted in 33 of the 50 states.With the exception of Hungary, Bulgaria and Latvia, all EU member states allow, to varying degrees, the therapeutic use of cannabis or, at least, products that contain it. In France, medical cannabis is the subject of an experiment led by the ANSM (the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products).The cultivation of cannabis for medical use is authorized in Lesotho, Thailand and Lebanon. The government of Morocco, the world's largest producer of marijuana, approved in March 2021 ...

Should we be afraid of inflation?

Exploding heating bills, full of gasoline and food shopping that weigh more and more in the household budget ... The return of inflation complicates the equation of exiting the crisis. What do the numbers say? They have been panicking for several months. In the United States, consumer prices rose 5% year-on-year in October, the highest since 1990, according to the PCE index released Wednesday. The euro zone posted a rise of 4.1%, a thirteen-year high, while the United Kingdom saw its prices rise by 4.2%. In all three cases, inflation is well above the limits tolerated by central banks, namely plus or minus 2%. Elsewhere, South Africa jumped 5% in October, Brazil 10.67%, and Russia 8.1%, a five-year record for Moscow. Last of the figures there are the realities: soaring gasoline fillin...

PSG: Zinedine Zidane closer and closer

Operation Zinedine Zidane is launched at PSG. It has even accelerated in recent weeks and could materialize faster than expected to replace Mauricio Pochettino, who has struggled to convince since his arrival almost a year ago and whose name is cited with insistence to lead Manchester United. The original idea of ​​the Parisian leaders was to wait until next summer to make the former playmaker the 7th coach since the arrival of the Qataris at the head of the club in 2011. Discussions have reportedly been initiated in this direction. with the entourage of the Golden Ball, free since leaving Real Madrid at the end of last season. A meeting would have taken place during the second week of the All Saints holidays in a famous palace in the capital, according to Le Parisien, to draw the cont...

Julien Doré: the singer would have become a dad

In an interview with Nikos Aliagas for the magazine Gala, Julien Doré hinted that he had become a father. Confidences full of modesty which, however, leave little room for doubt. The singer, who will release this Friday November 26 “Aimée encore”, a reissue of his last album with three unreleased tracks, the sales rights of which will be entirely donated to the association Les Blouses Roses - which works with hospitalized children and people elderly in nursing homes - was asked the sentence he would never have imagined saying one day. "I make a bottle?", he replied. When Nikos Aliagas goes on to ask him “the sentence you would never have imagined hearing?” Julien Doré is satisfied with one word: “Dad”. Without clearly affirming that he recently became a father for the first time, the ...

Elizabeth II: this reassuring new photo

While the health of Elizabeth II, 95, worries the British, the royal family wants to reassure its subjects. The Queen has indeed resumed the audiences she grants at Windsor Castle and she is making it known. A new photograph of Elizabeth II, showing her alongside Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey, was posted Wednesday, November 24, to her official Instagram account. The monarch appears there all smiles, her hands crossed behind her back, in her office. This is the second snapshot of the kind that the royal family wanted to share. The queen slowly returns to service One way to show that the Queen is still the captain of the ship, as the caption of this cliché suggests: “As Head of State, Her Majesty regularly meets diplomatic, religious, military and political personalities”....

Miss France 2022: the reactions of the candidates after the general culture test

This Wednesday, November 24, the 29 regional Miss took the traditional test of general culture which precedes the election of Miss France. A test that some of them feel they have overcome with flying colors, while others have visibly encountered some difficulties. "This test is not intended to penalize you but to bring out the three best among your promotion", Sylvie Tellier promised them on Instagram. "The result will count in the preselection jury (which will see the selection of fifteen candidates, editor's note)", also warned the general manager of the company Miss France. Forty questions were asked in the form of a MCQ such as "What is the name of the Minister of the Interior?" "; “What does it mean to be self-sacrificing? "; “What is the name of the last mission of the French...

Covid-19: Germany crosses 100,000 dead milestone and beats its infection record

The sad symbolic milestone of 100,000 deaths linked to the coronavirus was reached in Germany this Thursday, November 25. The country also totaled 75,961 new Covid-19 infections in one day, a record for the leading European economic power. In total, the federal health authority (RKI) has counted this Thursday 100,119 deaths due to the coronavirus in Germany since the start of the pandemic. In the last twenty-four hours, 351 new deaths have been reported. The incidence has also exploded to reach 419.7 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. A record threshold giving rise to fears of a potential saturation of hospitals in the coming weeks. A trend which has only increased in recent days since the bar of 400 infections per 100,000 inhabitants was crossed on Wednesday in the country. Formed this ...