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from Lille to Marseille, via Bordeaux and Strasbourg, here is another look, in images, at the information of the last 24 hours.

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  • Saturday May 21, 2022, a march against Monsanto-Bayer, pesticides and agrochemicals took place in the presence of members of the Nupes such as Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Julien Bayou or Sandrine Rousseau, in Paris.

  • Of all the "new" members of the government, Pap Ndiaye is the one whose appointment as head of the National Education Department has aroused the most comment.

    At the helm of a notoriously explosive ministry, the historian must also face a barrage of fire from the opposition, especially the far right.

    He is a specialist in the social history of the United States and minorities, a respected academic and follower of consensus, a personality that appears to break with that of his predecessor Jean-Michel Blanquer.

  • Still the youngest in the government, Gabriel Attal continues his rise in Macronie by becoming at only 33 years old the Minister Delegate in charge of Public Accounts.

    Very comfortable on TV sets, this young sprout with machine-gun flow previously occupied the government spokesperson with disconcerting aplomb.

  • Just appointed, the new Minister of Solidarity Damien Abad is facing accusations of rape revealed by


    , which he contested on Sunday "with the greatest force".

    Two women, whose testimony the newspaper collected, accuse Damien Abad, 42, of rape in 2010 and 2011.

  • A bare-chested woman painted in the colors of the Ukrainian flag with the words "stop raping us" and blood-red panties burst onto the red carpet at the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Friday.

    The European Parliament condemned at the beginning of May the use of sexual violence as a "weapon of war" in Ukraine, invaded by Russia, and called on the countries which welcome women fleeing this country to give them access to gynecological care, contraception and to abortion.

  • The presenters of major Afghan television news channels, forced by the Taliban to cover their faces on the air, vowed on Sunday to continue fighting for their rights.

    Since their return to power last year, the Taliban have imposed a series of restrictions on civil society, many of which are aimed at subjugating women to their fundamentalist conception of Islam.

  • She will no longer draw her stencils but her silhouettes of dark, strong, beautiful and poetic women will always appeal to passers-by in the streets.


    Tic, a pioneering figure in Parisian street art, died on Sunday at the age of 66.

  • After his resounding contract extension, Kylian Mbappé is expected Monday at a press conference, then at 8 p.m. on the first channel, to explain his decision, which opens a new page in the history of PSG and promises upheavals in the organization chart. of the club.

    Because if Mbappé chose to reject the advances of Real Madrid, at the risk of alienating a good part of Spain, it is certainly because he made sure that in Paris, he would be "the cornerstone of the project", a formula already accepted by President Nasser Al-Khelaïfi.

  • The Ligue 1 season therefore ended on Saturday with the Kylian Mbappé show at PSG, the fury in Marseille qualified in extremis in the Champions League in front of Monaco, the pain of the relegated Metz and Bordeaux, and the reprieve snatched by Saint-Etienne, barrage who will face Auxerre (Ligue 2) in a round-trip match this week. 

  • Tremendous in efficiency and collective strength, the Lyonnaises resumed their place at the top of world women's football on Saturday by showing no mercy against defending champions Barcelona (3-1) to win their 8th Champions League in 10 finals, Saturday in Torino.

  • AC Milan won their 19th Italian league title, their first since 2011, winning Sunday on the final day at Sassuolo (3-0) thanks in particular to a double from Olivier Giroud .

  • Expected as one of the few to be able to threaten Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur, world No.6 and the most prolific player of the season on clay, bit the dust in the first round of Roland-Garros in the Parisian gloom on Sunday.

    In the evening, the young phenomenon Carlos Alcaraz, at the gates of the top 5 at 19 and already a contender for the title after a hair-raising spring, answered him present: he left only six games to the lucky Argentinian loser Juan Ignacio Londero , dominated 6-4, 6-2, 6-0 in less than two hours.

  • Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) won the Spanish GP on Sunday, the sixth round of the Formula 1 season, and took the lead in the championship at the expense of Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), forced to retire.

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