The G7 summit, the Hellfest and Solidays festivals, the defense of the right to abortion for women in the United States… Every day, find all the news through the work of photojournalists who travel the world.

Thanks to the press agencies, always on the front line to cover major events, and to the journalists of the editorial staff of

20 Minutes,

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


Directed by:

Olivier JUSZCZAK

  • The world's top leaders took off their jackets and unbuttoned their shirts at the opening of the G7 summit in Germany.

  • Supporters of the right to abortion mobilized on Saturday in the United States for a second day of demonstrations against the decision of the Supreme Court to pulverize what many thought was a given.

    By revoking its emblematic decision “Roe v.

    Wade”, which since 1973 guaranteed the right of American women to have an abortion, the high court leaves the States the choice of whether or not to ban abortions in a deeply divided country.

  • The attempted mass entry of African migrants on Friday into the Spanish enclave of Melilla led to "unprecedented" clashes between illegal immigrants and Moroccan police, which raised fears of a spiral of violence.

    2,000 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa attempted to enter the autonomous Spanish city by force on Friday morning.

    At least 23 migrants died and 140 police officers were injured.

  • Sequins, rhinestones and music, despite a very gray Parisian sky, the LGBT + Pride march regained color on Saturday, after two years tarnished by the Covid-19.

    Shortly after 2:30 p.m., a compact crowd rushed from the Golden Gate towards the Place de la République, under a light rain and in a festive atmosphere.

  • Florian Sénéchal was crowned French champion for the first time by winning in a small committee sprint ahead of Anthony Turgis on Sunday in Cholet.

    The jersey remains in the Quick-Step team since the 28-year-old Northerner succeeds Rémi Cavagna.

  • Montpellier won its first French rugby championship title by beating Castres 29-10 in the Top 14 final on Friday at the Stade de France.

  • Villeurbanne was crowned French basketball champion for the third consecutive time by beating Monaco (84-82) in extra time on Saturday at home in the decisive fifth match of the final.

  • Seven days in total, 350 scheduled groups, 420,000 spectators in all, to make people forget two white seasons due to the health crisis linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.

    The Hellfest had opted for a new format which will not be renewed, assured the boss of the event Ben Barbaud.

  • Culture Minister Rima Abdul Malak said she was confident on Saturday for the holding of festivals this summer, without "reducing the gauges" or other "constraints", despite the resumption of Covid-19.

    After more than two years punctuated by the pandemic, France plunged again at the start of summer, like other European countries, into a new wave carried by new sub-variants of the Omicron family.

  • After two years of absence due to a health crisis, the Solidays festival, which ended on Sunday evening, exploded its attendance record with more than 247,000 festival-goers, the organizers announced.

  • Solidays is not a current music festival like the others, since it helps finance the action plans of the Solidarité Sida association.

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