Long weekend requires, you have not opened a news site for a long time.

Don't panic, we're here for the catch-up session.

Here are the five things you shouldn't miss this weekend ...

1. Very mixed results for COP26

The "political will" was lacking to overcome the "contradictions" between countries, believes the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres.

The British president of the conference cracked a "sorry", suspecting that the criticism would fuse.

The agreement adopted on Saturday by the 200 countries of the COP26

aims to accelerate the fight against global warming, but without guaranteeing to meet the objective of containing it at 1.5 ° C or responding to requests for assistance from poor countries.

"Bla-bla-bla", according to Greta Thunberg ...

The # COP26 is over.

Here's a brief summary: Blah, blah, blah.

But the real work continues outside these halls.

And we will never give up, ever.


- Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) November 13, 2021

The extra info:

Our special correspondent in Glasgow gave you an inside experience of COP26 and its side effects, such as this COP bis which was held in a Baptist church a twenty-minute walk from the official conference.

2. Worrisome upsurge in covid

While the fifth wave of coronavirus has now started in France, Gabriel Attal played the prevention card on Saturday evening.

Invited in the show We are live on France 2, the spokesperson said that all options were on the table to fight the epidemic, including therefore re-containment.

The whole of Europe is on the alert in the face of the deteriorating health situation.

The prefect of the North has announced the strengthening of the conditions for entry into French territory from Belgium to fight against the spread of Covid-19.

In Austria, unvaccinated people will be confined from Monday.

More info:

Can France, in turn, impose restrictive measures on the unvaccinated?

We put the question to experts.

3. Hunting in the viewfinder

A hundred people demonstrated on Saturday afternoon in front of the town hall of Laillé en Ille-et-Vilaine to demand drastic measures to limit hunting. The day before, the mayor of this town had banned the use of rifles throughout its territory and hunting within 150 meters of homes. Insufficient estimates Jimmy Nedellec, of the Forest Shepherd collective, which calls in particular for a "moratorium on hunting in the town" and a ban on shooting within 500 m of the gardens. In early November, a 67-year-old man died after receiving, while driving, a 9.3 mm caliber bullet, probably fired by a hunter.

More info:

Mobilizing hunters against rural delinquency is the original proposal that the president of the National Federation of Hunters Willy Schraen wishes to propose to local elected officials at the next congress of mayors.

We tell you more here.

4. Tensions grow with Belarus

For several days, thousands of migrants from the Middle East have been camping on the border between the European Union and Belarus and tensions between this country and its European neighbors have continued to grow.

Over the weekend, dozens of migrants were arrested in Poland after crossing the heavily guarded EU border.

EU foreign ministers are due to meet on Monday to expand sanctions against Belarus following its crackdown on opponents of Lukashenko, who has ruled the country for nearly 30 years.

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said ministers would authorize sanctions against "anyone involved in smuggling migrants to Belarus," including airlines, travel agencies and government officials .

5. France at the 2022 World Cup

8-0, a historic quadruple from Mbappé and a handful of other broken records ... The evening of the Blues against Kazakhstan, Saturday, came close to perfection.

With this new success, Didier Deschamps' team validated their ticket for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and regaled the Parc des Princes.

We took the opportunity to offer you a fairly technical photo montage.

The extra info:

Stadium security was not in mind at the party on Saturday night.

They spent a good part of the game looking for a fan banner.

Look no further, she is here.

There you are, you are pretty much up to date.

We let you enjoy the last hours of the weekend, for example by following the shock of the OL-PSG women's D1 live with us.

  • Soccer

  • Hunt

  • Covid 19

  • Society

  • Belarus

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