Our reports:

> France: Travelers from 16 "at risk" countries must be tested for Covid-19 on arrival. Are these measures sufficient to curb the spread of the virus? Report at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport, near Paris.

> Japan: the "idols", who perform in sexy costumes and choreographies, while singing words of love, innocent and honeyed, embody Japanese pop culture… Very young, the idols are between 10 and 30 years old. These singers and dancers are usually part of a group, and are followed by passionate fans. A juicy and booming industry in Japan, where many young girls want to join a group of "idols", and where more and more men want to support them. This attraction of adult men for very young girls, always dressed in hyper-sexualized outfits, borders on pedophilia. It is nevertheless framed by strict rules

> Cameroon: in sport as in the rest of society, we are witnessing a liberation of speech. Cases of sexual harassment or rape are popping up all over the world, with coaches accused of abusing their position. Our correspondent in Cameroon met women who practice karate at the highest level and denounce pressure and violence. The Cameroonian Sports Ministry has now launched an internal investigation after the scandal was revealed.

> Mexico : More than just a sport, Lucha Libre, this form of wrestling known for its colorful masks, is part of Mexican culture and traditions. But the community is now devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. More than thirty legendary fighters have lost their lives to Covid-19 and many more are in a precarious state, without income for several months because of the pandemic. Report in Mexico City by Mario Carbonell.

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