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Kick-off this Wednesday of the 2022 baccalaureate with the specialty tests

Some 520,000 high school students will forget a little from this Wednesday the summer temperatures.

It must be said that for them, the first concern will not be to go outside, but rather to know what the subjects of the 2022 edition of the baccalaureate are.

From precisely 2 p.m., the specialty tests will indeed take place.

And the two most chosen are Mathematics (142,730 candidates) and Economics and Social Sciences (136,466).

The results are expected on July 5 and, the candidates can be reassured, normally the summer temperatures will still be there.

“PPDA just showed me that you could be a news star and a piece of trash”

They see themselves as “sisters in misfortune”.

Twenty women, including two from the back, came to testify to the violence they allegedly suffered from Patrick Poivre d'Arvor (PPDA).

Some would have been victims of sexual assault, harassment, others of rape.

But all their testimonies are poignant.

They were reunited for the first time on Tuesday evening on the


set .

The testimonies of two other women, not present on the spot, were also broadcast.

For its part, PDDA refused the media's invitation to participate in the show.

Death of Leonid Kravchuk, the first president of independent Ukraine

Ukraine mourns a figure in its history.

The first president of the independent country “knew the price of freedom and wanted with all his heart peace for Ukraine.

We will do it, we will win”.

This is how Volodymyr Zelensky paid tribute to the "wisdom" of Leonid Kravchuk, who died Tuesday at age 88 in the midst of the Russian invasion.

He was notably one of the gravediggers of the USSR.

During his tenure, he also returned to Moscow the nuclear arsenal inherited from the Soviet Union, the third largest in the world.


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