Supreme court jusge Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died

United States Supreme Court: Justice and Feminist Icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87

UNITED STATES: This progressive icon, Ruth Bader Ginsburg will leave a huge void that could be filled by a conservative judge if Donald Trump and the Republicans win the battle that will begin She fought to the end to hold out until the US presidential election. The dean of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, died Friday at 87 […]

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Boris Johnson says UK is facing a second wave of the Coronavirus

Coronavirus in UK: Country Faces ‘Second Wave’, says Boris Johnson

EPIDEMIC: According to a study by the National Statistics Office, nearly 60,000 people (59,800) in England were infected with the coronavirus in the week of September 4th to 10th, or one in 900 The United Kingdom is facing a “second wave” of the new coronavirus, warned the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, while the transmission rate is now between 1.1 […]

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Electricity supply might be strained this winter

Electricity Supply May be Strained this Winter

ENERGY: Electricity transmission network (RTE) does not exclude targeted load shedding of households in the event of very cold winter The coronavirus crisis has disrupted the maintenance operations of the nuclear fleet. The summer made it possible to catch up to some extent, but RTE believes that the situation may still be tense. In the […]

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More than 10,000 new coronavirus cases in 24 hours in France

Coronavirus: More Than 10,000 New Cases in 24 Hours in France

EPIDEMIC: In 48 departments across France, the coronavirus cases is above the alert threshold of 50 per 100,000 inhabitants 10,593. This is the number of new cases of Coronavirus Covid-19 recorded in France in 24 hours. This is a new record since the launch of large-scale tests in the country, Public Health France announced Thursday. Since the start of the epidemic, […]

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Does the Mask Protect Against the Transmission of the Coronavirus? 1

Does the Mask Protect Against the Transmission of the Coronavirus?

Does the mask protect against the transmission of the Coronavirus? Without danger or object of “massive regression” towards a more primitive state Since Karine Lacombe and the few members of stop postillon have called for the wearing of a mask everywhere and for all and that the obligation to wear a mask is staining oil in France, it […]

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Former president Valéry Giscard d'Estaing hospitalised in Paris

Former President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing Hospitalised in Paris

The entourage of the former head of state, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing confirmed that the latter had indeed been hospitalised on Monday The former President of the Republic and right-wing figure  Valéry Giscard d’Estaing was hospitalised this Monday afternoon at the Parisian hospital Georges Pompidou, his entourage told the Agence Française de Presse. The former head of state, President of the Republic between 1974 and […]

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6000 more positive cases of the coronavirus Covid-19 have been recorded in the last 24 hours

Coronavirus: More than 6,000 New Cases in 24 Hours in France

EPIDEMIC: Monday’s numbers of new coronavirus cases is lower compared to last week France recorded 6,158 new cases of the coronavirus Covid-19 in 24 hours, according to data released on Monday by Public Health France. This is less than this weekend when the country had counted more than 10,000 new cases on Saturday and more than 7,000 on Sunday. The figures […]

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The great trick of PCR tests, 90% of positive cases are not sick or contagious

The Great Trick of PCR Tests, 90% of Positive Coronavirus Cases are Not Sick or Contagious

CORONAVIRUS TESTING: 90% of positive cases with coronavirus are not sick In a PCR test fo the coronavirus Covid-19,, there is a very important factor which is not mentioned in the results, it is the TC ( Threshold Cycle ). This is the DNA amplification coefficient, the number of amplification cycles. The test does not detect whole viruses in working order, […]

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Yellow Vests protests have restarted in Paris and across France

Yellow Vests: Tear Gas & Dozens of Arrests as France’s Most Vocal Protest Movement Makes 1st Comeback During Covid-19

For the first time in months, the Yellow Vests have this Saturday resumed their protest activities on the streets of Paris which quickly descended into chaos, scuffles with police and numerous arrests. For the first time in months, the Yellow Vests have this Saturday resumed their protest activities on the streets of Paris. The sizeable […]

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Yellow vests to start protests this Saturday

Yellow Vests: Between “Disgust” and Desire to “Take up the Torch”, Many Undecided Before the Mobilisation Scheduled for this Saturday

Several collectives have called for pounding the pavement again this Saturday throughout France While many groups of the yellow vests have launched a call to resume the mobilisation this Saturday, some who have already participated in the movement are unsure of their willingness to demonstrate again. Between the desire to continue the fight and the […]

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