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Heat wave: Friday, the hottest day of the week, the fires continue

A taste of 2050. The third heat wave of the year in France reached its peak this Friday with between 38 and 41 ° C in the country.

A heat that exhausts the hundreds of French and now European firefighters engaged from east to west on multiple fires.

Nineteen departments from the south-west to Finistère are placed on heat wave orange vigilance by Météo-France.

The 40°C threshold had only been exceeded once in the 1960s and once in the 1970s in France.

In the area of ​​​​the worst French forest fire at the moment, near Landiras, in Gironde, it should still be 37 ° C on Friday.

Three times more hectares in France burned than the annual average of the last ten years.

Search at Donald Trump: The ex-president in favor of the publication of the warrant requested by the Minister of Justice

Three days after the spectacular FBI search at Donald Trump's home in Florida, Justice Minister Merrick Garland broke his silence and started a game of poker with the former president.

He confirmed that he personally authorized the request for a search warrant.

And, in the midst of a political storm, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed an appeal to have the warrant and the inventory of seized documents made public.

Banco, replied Donald Trump on Truth Social Thursday evening, a little before midnight.

"Not only do I not oppose the release of the documents related to this anti-American and unwarranted search, but I will go further by encouraging their immediate release," he wrote.

Masters 1000: Gaël Monfils, touched in the right foot, gives up in 8th in Montreal

Gaël Monfils injured in the right foot, had to give up Thursday in the round of 16 of the Masters 1000 in Montreal, when he was led 6-2, 0-2 by the Briton Jack Draper (82nd) ​​The Frenchman, 20th in the world, was at the Canada return to the courts after a three-month absence due to a right heel injury.

It was on a trivial support that he seemed struck down in this area of ​​the foot, then collapsing to the ground.

The Parisian, limping back heavily on the court to try to resume the game, finally decided not to continue the game.


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