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Ferrari sees progress but still haunted by French GP weakness

Ferrari believes that it has made progress after its disastrous racing performance in France, but that its good result at the Styrian Grand Prix should not mask the fact that there is still a lot to do. Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc both started in the top seven at Paul …

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Pacific Briefs for June 29

Nine other covid infections in French Polynesia French Polynesia’s Covid-19 tally passed the 19,000 case mark after nine more infections were recorded over the weekend. The number of daily infections, however, fell to single digits after peaking in November, when French Polynesia had the fastest rate of spread of the …

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Bryan Lasme: Arminia Bielefeld signs a prospect for Ivory Coast from Sochaux

The former French international junior of Ivorian origin will continue his professional career in the Bundesliga squad German elite division team Arminia Bielefeld have announced the signing of Bryan Lasme from Sochaux. Signed for an undisclosed amount on Sunday afternoon, the 22-year-old was given a four-year contract that would keep …

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The Gatineau Hospital emergency is closed due to a shortage of nurses

The emergency department at the Gatineau Hospital will be closed until 4 p.m. Monday due to a shortage of nurses. “The lack of expert nursing workforce is forcing the closure of the Gatineau Hospital emergency department,” said the Outaouais Integrated Health and Social Services Center (CISSSO) in a press release. …

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US May Withdraw Iran Nuclear Deal If Talks Fail | Voice of America

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned on Friday that the lack of an interim deal to monitor Iran’s nuclear activities could prompt the United States to abandon efforts to join a nuclear deal. “We’ll see if we can bridge the differences, but they are real, and we must – …

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French spyware executives charged with aiding torture

Earlier this week, French authorities indicted four former executives of the surveillance company Nexa Technologies, formerly known as Amesys, for complicity in torture and war crimes. Between 2007 and 2014, the firm allegedly provided surveillance tools to authoritarian regimes in Libya and Egypt. A coalition comprising the International Federation for …

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Vestas wins order for a French 122 MW wind project

June 22 (Renewables Now) – Danish wind turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A / S (CPH: VWS) today announced that it has received a 122 MW order in France, the largest ever in the country. TTR Energy, a renewable energy investor with a team based in France and Belgium, has …

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Valérie Bacot: start of the trial of a Frenchwoman who killed her abusive “stepfather” who became husband

In her bestseller Tout Le Monde Savait published in May, Valérie Bacot, 40, admitted having shot Daniel Polette in self-defense in 2016. She faces a life sentence for murder. “It is with this same weapon, in another forest one day and so that he does not kill us that I …

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“Grafle in the face” for Macron as French voters avoid local elections | France

Emmanuel Macron’s centrist party received what one of its own deputies called a “slap in the face” in regional and departmental elections on Sunday. The president and his government have failed to mobilize their supporters, with around 68% of voters avoiding polling stations – an unprecedented abstention rate. If there …

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