Every week we wrap up the must-reads from our coverage of the Ukraine war, from news and features to analysis, visual guides and opinion. Battle for the Donbas begins On Monday, Volodymyr Zelenskiy announced the Russian military had begun its long-awaited push to seize the… Read More »Russia-Ukraine war: catch up on this week’s must-read news and analysis | Russia
LONDON — Les joueurs de tennis de la Russie et du Bélarus pourront pas jouer au prochain tournoi de Wimbledon in raison de la guerre en Ukraine, annoncé le All England Club mercredi. For the premier plan athletes who were touched by this sanction, they… Read More »Les joueurs russes et biélorusses sont bannis des Internationaux de Wimbledon
By JOSEPH KRAUSS Associated Press JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinian militants fired a rocket into southern Israel for the first time in months Monday, in another escalation after clashes at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site, a series of deadly attacks inside Israel and military raids in… Read More »Gaza militants fire rockets at Israel as tensions rise | World News
A year ago, the Chadian army announced the death of Idriss Déby, killed at the front in the fight against the rebels. A military council headed by his son Mahamat Idriss Déby then took power and promised a democratic transition… which now seems stalled. On… Read More »One year after the death of Idriss Déby, a transition still uncertain
Refugees in the south of Eure. An outpouring of solidarity to offer instruments to two Ukrainian musicians
Pair Hugo Deshors Published in 18 Apr 22 at 17:30 the norman awakening see my news follow this medium Inna and Irina, two Ukrainian musicians, have found their instrument ©Le Réveil Normand “Music knows no boundaries, and is said to soften morale.” In the face… Read More »Refugees in the south of Eure. An outpouring of solidarity to offer instruments to two Ukrainian musicians
(CNN) — Images of the wreck of the Antonov AN-225 are now an indelible memory for aviation enthusiasts around the world. Built in the 1980s to transport the Soviet space shuttle, the plane had a second life after the Cold War as the world’s largest… Read More »Antonov AN-225: Can the world’s largest commercial aircraft fly again?
Published in : 04/18/2022 – 11:04 Paris Saint-Germain beat Olympique de Marseille (2-1) thanks to an excellent Neymar while Karim Benzema was once again decisive for Real Madrid against Sevilla (3-2) by scoring the winning goal. Ligue 1: Paris on the way to a tenth… Read More »Neymar triumphs in his “classic”, imperial Benzema with Real
By ADAM SCHRECK and MSTYSLAV CHERNOV, Associated Press kyiv, Ukraine (AP) — Multiple explosions apparently caused by missiles struck the western Ukrainian city of Lviv early Monday as the country braced for an all-out Russian attack in the east. At least six people were killed… Read More »Ukrainian Governor: Russian Attacks Kill At Least 6 In Lviv | World News
Published in : 04/18/2022 – 07:23 Experienced during the popular primaries in January, the majority judgment ballot is discussed again during this between two rounds of the presidential election. An experiment carried out by the Mieux Voter association, the CNRS and the University of Paris-Dauphine… Read More »majority judgment to fight against abstention and the useful vote?
Published in : 04/17/2022 – 08:24 North Korean leader Kim Jong-un oversaw the test launch of a new weapons system that will increase the effectiveness of his tactical nuclear weapons, state media said on Sunday, as celebrations around the country’s founder’s birthday culminated. On the… Read More »North Korea tests a new system that improves the effectiveness of tactical nuclear weapons