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Bocuse restaurant loses a star, Impeachment and Iran calms the game


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"The Auberge de Pont de Collonges", the legendary restaurant of Paul Bocuse, on January 20, 2018. - AFP

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Restaurant Paul Bocuse loses its third Michelin star

Thunderbolt for a legendary restaurant. The Auberge de Paul Bocuse will lose its third Michelin star in 2020, according to information from Le Point and the specialized site Atabula, confirmed 20 minutes by the famous Guide. This demotion comes almost two years to the day after the disappearance of "Monsieur Paul". This news is not completely a surprise, however. Since the quality has been declining since the chef's death, guides chose to classify the restaurant in the institution category, failing to rate it.

Trump Senate indictment begins trial Tuesday

The Impeachment process in the United States has just taken a new step. Democrat Adam Schiff officially presented the indictment against Donald Trump on Thursday to the Senate desk. In the process, the head of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, swore in the 100 senators, thus launching the trial for the dismissal of the American president. Serious things will not start until Tuesday, however. 20 Minutes provides an update on the procedure and the upcoming deadlines.


- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 16, 2020

Iranian President Hassan Rohani wants to avoid "war"

Iranian President Hassan Rohani said Thursday he wanted to avoid war with the United States. With the approach of the legislative elections of February 21, announced as difficult for his camp, however moderate, and in a context of growing tensions between Tehran and the West over the Iranian nuclear program, he also declared that he wanted to continue to dialogue with the world on this issue. question. Domestically, Hassan Rohani called for better governance and more pluralism. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is also expected to speak on Friday.


Marc Veyrat loses his lawsuit against the Michelin guide after the loss of his 3rd star


New documents that undermine Donald Trump's defense

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