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  • Protesters continued their protests in Sudan on Monday evening, denouncing a military coup and the arrest of numerous leaders, as three people were killed and 80 injured by the military in Khartoum, according to a union of pro-democracy doctors. Six Western countries - UK, Ireland, Norway, US, Estonia, France - have called for an emergency closed-door UN Security Council meeting on Sudan, scheduled for Tuesday afternoon , said diplomats.

  • The former National Front Florian Philippot, present since the summer at the head of numerous demonstrations against the health pass, launched his presidential campaign on Sunday by multiplying the proposals for "rupture" and violently denouncing a "globalist oligarchy" embodied by "Macron and his clique". The outgoing president Emmanuel Macron, "since he is waging war on us and he wants war, he will have war", he launched in a speech in Aubervilliers (Seine-Saint-Denis) in front of his supporters - a little more than 1,000 people according to AFP, 1,400 people according to the organizers.

  • Marine Le Pen presented herself Sunday as a purchasing power presidential candidate, asserting that her proposals would, if implemented, "give French households 200 euros per month of purchasing power".

  • Anne Hidalgo presented, Saturday in Lille, a "project of reconquest", during a first big meeting intended to reassure the socialist family and give new impetus to its bogged down presidential campaign.

    “I come to carry a project of reconquest.

    Social, ecological, democratic ”, explained the mayor of Paris who, a month and a half after having declared herself a candidate in Rouen, vegetates in the voting intentions, around 4 to 7%, behind the ecologist Yannick Jadot and the rebellious Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

  • The presidential candidate and ex-socialist Arnaud Montebourg estimated, Sunday, that there was "no union of the left possible" for 2022 in view of the quarrels which cross it - except around his project.

    "I will tell you what is obvious: there is no union of the left possible when you see (the LFI candidate) Jean-Luc Mélenchon and (the socialist candidate) Anne Hidalgo who continue to fight, with François Hollande above, to settle accounts on the antepenultimate five-year term, ”he said on BFMTV.

  • "In a campaign, you have to know how to take height": it is at the top of a wind turbine that the ecological presidential candidate Yannick Jadot defended, on Friday, renewable energies and the purchasing power of the French, in heart of the country of Retz, in Loire-Atlantique.

    On Monday, the PS presidential candidate Anne Hidalgo categorically rejected any rallying to the EELV candidate.

  • European leaders on Friday reserved a standing ovation for German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the occasion of a summit in Brussels which should be her 107th and last, after 16 years in power.

    She issued a warning to Europe, worrying about its ability to meet societal, migratory and economic challenges.

  • The Paris SG of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Mbappé, reduced to ten at the start of the second period, was held in check (0-0) on the lawn of Marseille during the 101st classic of Ligue 1, Sunday at the end of the 11th daytime.

    Olympique de Marseille playmaker Dimitri Payet said he was "disillusioned" by the new throws of projectiles that risk "losing points" to his club.

  • Forever the first!

    At 22, Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) offered France its first title of world champion in the premier category of motorcycle speed, MotoGP, on Sunday.

    Fifteenth on the starting grid of the Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna in Misano (Italy), Quartararo climbed up to 4th place, ahead of his compatriot Johann Zarco (Ducati-Pramac).

  • Max Verstappen (Red Bull) won the United States Grand Prix on Sunday in Austin, accentuating his lead at the top of the F1 World Championship over the usual master of the house, Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) who followed him to 2nd place. After this 17th round out of 22, the Dutchman, whose first success in Texas, is eight wins this season (18 since the start of his career) and now has 12 points better than the Englishman, who will wait to add to his CV a sixth victory on the Circuit of the Americas.

  • A great number!

    Benjamin Thomas won the world title in the points race on Friday at the Roubaix velodrome, the second gold medal for France since the start of the competitions.

    The 26-year-old from Tarn, who had already won three gold medals at the World Track Championships in other events in previous years, won for the first time in this race, which is contested over the distance 160 laps (40 km ), interspersed with 16 sprints.

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