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1. Elisabeth Borne closes on the 64-year-old, the unions inflated to the block for Tuesday January 31

Galvanized by the success of their first mobilization against the pension reform, the unions are calling for new massive demonstrations on Tuesday, January 31.

For her part, the Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, guest of France Info, was firm on the postponement of the retirement age: “It is no longer negotiable, retirement at 64 and acceleration (of the extension of the contribution period) of the Touraine reform".

A statement that made the opposition jump.

Marine Le Pen (RN) warned the Prime Minister who "should not go too far" according to her, while Fabien Roussel (PCF) likened her statements to a "provocation 48 hours from the demonstration".

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The RATP and the SNCF have published their traffic forecasts for the second day of mobilization against the pension reform of January 31 and, unsurprisingly, the strike will be particularly followed.

All forecasts can be read in this article.

2. Djokovic back on top

Novak Djokovic won Sunday in Melbourne where he won his tenth Australian Open against Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3, 7-6 (7/4), 7-6 (7/5).

He thus equals the record of 22 Grand Slam titles previously held by Rafael Nadal and regains the place of world number one.

“I have to pinch myself because I can't believe it.

Only my team knows what we've been through for the past four to five weeks.

That's why it's the best victory of my career!

said Djokovic, cup in hand.

To relive this crazy match, you can click on this link.

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Lyon formalized on Sunday the transfer of their right-back Malo Gusto to Chelsea for 30 million euros.

3. The PS emerges from the crisis

The PS congress in Marseille finally endorsed the election of Olivier Faure as party leader and confirmed his line of alliance with Nupes.

But the different camps are not all entirely in agreement on the lessons to be learned from the Congress of Marseilles.

Differences in people, in strategy but also in substance, seem to persist.

Indeed, in his closing speech, Olivier Faure acknowledged, thanking his opponent, Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol, that “getting together was not necessarily obvious”…

The video debrief of the congress from our special correspondent in Marseille can be found just below.

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The mayor of Nantes, Johanna Rolland, will have to share the role of number 2 of the PS with the mayor of Rouen, Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol.

4. Attacks in Jerusalem: Israel punishes families of Palestinian attackers

In recent days, the Arab part of the city of Jerusalem has been the scene of two attacks against Jews.

The first, which killed 7 people, is the deadliest recorded in Israel since 2014.

In retaliation, Benjamin Netanyahu announced measures aimed at revoking certain rights of the relatives of the perpetrators of anti-Israeli attacks.

These include, for example, the revocation of the Social Security rights of "terrorist families" or the "sealing", with a view to demolition, of the house of the alleged perpetrator of one of the two attacks. .

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is expected in Jerusalem and Ramallah on Monday and Tuesday to try to ease the high tensions.

5. Covid-19: isolation and testing are over!

A page is turning in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic.

As of February 1, and according to a decree published on Saturday January 28 in the Official Journal, people who test positive for Covid-19 will no longer be required to isolate themselves and asymptomatic contact cases will no longer need to be tested.

In a "favorable epidemic context", the General Directorate of Health (DGS) has also announced that it will put an end to "the issuance of exceptional work stoppages to insured persons who are unable to continue to work, including distance ".

Miscellaneous facts

Limoges: A young woman shot in the head, her companion and her sister in police custody

Miscellaneous facts

Lille: Almost three months after the collapse of two buildings, a building evacuated urgently

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