This weekend you closed the hatches to the news, and, at the start of Sunday evening, you are wondering what you have been missing?
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These 5 retro pieces of information are for you.
1-Mia found safe and sound in Switzerland
Conclusion in the affair of little Mia. The child, 8 years old and kidnapped Tuesday in the Vosges at the request of his mother, was found this Sunday safe and sound, after five days of intense search. The child and his mother were in a squat in Switzerland, located in the town of Sainte-Croix, in the canton of Vaud. The child had been abducted without violence by three men while she was staying with her maternal grandmother in a village, about thirty kilometers from Épinal. The Nancy prosecutor, François Pérain, indicated that the little girl would be returned to her grandmother, designated in January "trusted third party" by justice. To find out more, find here the recap 'of this affair written by Rachel Garrat, and this interview on the conspiratorial profiles of some of its protagonists there.
2-AstraZeneca: Europe only contracts with those who "deliver on time"
European Commissioner Thierry Breton explained that the European Covid-19 vaccine contract with the pharmaceutical group AstraZeneca may not be renewed due to delivery delays accumulated since the start of the year. "My priority as vaccine manager is that those with whom we contract deliver exactly on time, or even more," he said on Sunday on BFMTV. “We had ordered 120 million doses for the first quarter and 180 million for the second. It's in the first quarter, they [AstraZeneca] only have 30 million, which has created problems that the world has seen "and" they only deliver 70 million in the second quarter, "he said. he explained, hinting that the contract, which "ends on June 30," may not be renewed.More info here.
3-The verdict in the burnt police case arouses anger
"Shocking" and "disturbing".
The verdict, more lenient than at first instance, in the appeal trial of the violent assault of police officers in Viry-Châtillon (Essonne) in 2016 aroused the indignation of several police unions.
The Paris Assize Court on appeal sentenced five young people to terms of 6 to 18 years of criminal imprisonment, and acquitted eight of them.
The reading of the verdict was interrupted by a general fight in the box of the defendants and the clashes spread in the courtroom.
This verdict "leaves the victims and many police very bitter and angry", reacted the union SGP Police Unit, civil party.
A “disgusting and disturbing” decision, for his part, regretted Guillaume Roux, of the SGP Police-FO Unit.
4-France "extremely concerned" by the state of health of Navalvy
France is "extremely concerned" by the state of health of the Russian opponent Alexeï Navalny, declared the Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, evoking the "major responsibility" of President Vladimir Poutine.
In Moscow, Navalny's allies called on the Russians to demonstrate on April 21, this Wednesday, to “save the life” of the opponent.
The latter stopped eating on March 31 to protest against his poor conditions of detention.
To learn more, you can read our articles here.
5-Prince Philip's funeral makes people forget the dissensions within the British monarchy
In the space of a few hours, we would have (almost) forgotten the dissensions which agitated the Crown and the British.
On Saturday, as the royal family gathered around Elizabeth II to bid farewell to Prince Philip, including Prince Harry, who came alone from California after his shattering withdrawal from the monarchy a year ago, many residents turned to are also united to pay tribute to the prince consort, who died at the age of 99.
Few statements, but a palpable emotion from the members of the monarchy.
“As you can imagine, my family and I miss him dearly,” Prince Charles, heir to the crown, said in a short televised address.
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