The Eiffel Tower had to be evacuated this Monday, May 20th

The Eiffel Tower Evacuated Due to a Person Climbing the Building

The Eiffel Tower and its forecourt had to be evacuated this Monday 20th May because of a person trying to climb the monument. An individual was observed climbing the Eiffel Tower this Monday 20th May in the afternoon, which resulted in its evacuation. “A climber has been detected , explains the company operating the Eiffel Tower, […]

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A yellow vest Saturday, May 18, 2019 in Reims.

Yellow Vests: 15,500 Protesters in the Streets, Tensions in Nancy and Reims

For their 27th Saturday, the yellow vests realised their weakest mobilisation since the beginning of the movement. The hard core of Yellow Vests has demonstrated Saturday for the 27th consecutive Saturday. The government has announced the weakest mobilisation since the beginning of the movement six months ago, just one week before the European elections. For this […]

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Demonstration of "yellow vests" in Toulouse on May 11, 2019.

“Yellow Vests”: What to Expect for the 27th Day of Mobilisation?

EVENTS: The yellow vests movement celebrates its six months of existence on Saturday, just one week before the European elections Despite meager processions of yellow vests in recent weeks, the hard core of “yellow vests” intends to demonstrate Saturday in France for six months of this unprecedented social protest, a week before European elections . For this act 27, “national […]

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Jean-Claude Brisseau has died

Filmmaker Jean-Claude Brisseau is dead

Filmmaker Jean-Claude Brisseau passed away this Saturday in Paris at the age of 74 Director and screenwriter Jean-Claude Brisseau, author of a dozen films, died this Saturday. He died in a hospital in Paris after a long illness, announced his entourage. In 2005, he was sentenced by the Paris Criminal Court to one year of suspended imprisonment […]

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Ile-de-France is the region most affected by tuberculosis

Ile-de-France: Tuberculosis Cases Increased by 10% in Two Years

INFECTION: The disease, Tuberculosis is about twice as common in the Paris region as in the whole of France It is a disease that was thought to be declining. Since 2015, tuberculosis is again rising in Ile-de-France , the French region most affected by this disease. Between 2015 and 2017, Public Health France saw a 10% increase in reported cases. Tuberculosis is […]

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One of the figures of the movement of "yellow vests" Jerome Rodriguez, May 4 in Chambery (Savoie)

Yellow Vests: Mobilisation Down, a Few Thousand Protesters

According to a count of the Ministry of the Interior regularly contested by the demonstrators, they were 3,600 yellow vests in France, including a thousand in Paris in stormy weather. Still with an “anger”, and “determination” too: although there were many in the trade union procession of May 1st, the yellow vests were only a few thousand in the […]

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The yellow vests will try this Saturday 4th May, 2019, to relaunch their mobilisation for act 25, after being down for two consecutive weekends.

After May 1st, the Mobilisation of the Yellow Vests Looks more Calm

The yellow vests will try this Saturday 4th May, 2019, to relaunch their mobilisation for act 25, after being down for two consecutive weekends. Since act 22, mid-April, the figures of the Ministry of the Interior, challenged by the “yellow vests”, show a decline in the number of protesters who beat the pavement every Saturday. […]

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Pitié-Salpétrière: Christophe Castaner recognizes that he should not have spoken of "attack"

Pitié-Salpétrière: Christophe Castaner Recognises that he Should Not have Spoken of “Attack”

Much criticised, the Interior Minister returned Friday on the controversy triggered by these remarks on the intrusion of demonstrators on May 1st in the Paris Hospital. “I should not have used the term ‘attack’,” admitted Interior Minister Christophe Castaner , Friday, May 3, 2019, after more than 24 hours of controversy triggered by his remarks about the outbreak […]

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The entrance of the hospital La Pitié-Salpêtrière, May 2, 2019 in Paris.

Pitié-Salpêtrière: A Video Contradicts the “Attack” Denounced by Christophe Castaner

The interior minister was much criticised Thursday 2nd May, 2019 after a video and testimonies contradict his version of an “attack” of the Parisian hospital, le Pitié-Salpêtrière on May 1st. Dozens of protesters have broken into the grounds of the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in the Parade of the 1 st May, a qualified incident of “attack” by the Interior Minister Christophe Castaner . […]

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May 1st: 330 arrests, intrusion into a hospital in Paris

May 1st: 330 Arrests, Intrusion into a Hospital in Paris

The demonstration of May 1st was peppered with violence in Paris, where clashes erupted between law enforcement and radical militants. Between 164,000 and 310,000 people, union activists and yellow jackets, demonstrated Wednesday, May 1, 2019 throughout France. In Paris, clashes erupted and protesters briefly burst into a hospital. Read also: May 1st: 164,500 demonstrators in France, hundreds of arrests In the capital, the […]

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