green light in Grenoble after a tight municipal vote

The resolution was adopted with a limited majority of 29 votes in favor, 27 against and two abstentions, after 2 hours and 30 minutes of sometimes tense debates. It was 8:50 pm when Grenoble’s city council voted to change the internal regulations of its swimming pools, paving the way for authorization to use the burkini … Read more

after the crisis, population growth is accelerating

The population in Luxembourg continues to increase and counted 645,397 residents as of 1 January 2022. This figure is mainly due to net immigration and to a trend that is returning to pre-pandemic levels. The evolution of the Luxembourg population has returned to the levels prior to the Covid-19 crisis. Statec announced Thursday in its … Read more

highly organized smuggling networks

The smuggler networks, which organize clandestine crossings of the Channel by sea, have borrowed everything from “organized crime”, complicating the task of the French authorities as they struggle to stem their rise to power. The sinking of November 24, 2021, in which at least 27 migrants died, had aroused great emotion and the French government’s … Read more

In Nevers, Nièvre’s last maternity hospital is severely lacking in midwives

Due to a lack of sufficient staff, the maternity ward had to close for several days in April. A representative case of the lack of midwives nationwide. International Midwife’s Day, celebrated on May 5, had a bitter taste in the chronically understaffed French maternity wards. That of Nevers in particular, which temporarily closed its doors … Read more

Karine Jean-Pierre, spokesperson for the American Dream of the White House

Karine Jean-Pierre was named White House spokesperson by Joe Biden on Thursday. She had already made history in May 2021, becoming the first openly gay woman – and the second woman of color – to take her place, in front of reporters, on the podium of the official presidential press room. During an exclusive interview … Read more

postponement to June 1 of the trial of the woman suspected of attacking a firefighter

A woman is suspected of hitting a firefighter’s helmet and trying to stop him from putting out a fire during the May Day protest in Paris. The protester suspected of assaulting a firefighter during the May 1 parade in Paris was placed under judicial control on Wednesday May 4 pending her June 1 trial before … Read more

how ordinary educational violence affects children’s health

FOCUS- On Tuesday 2 November, the Children’s Foundation and the StopVEO association launch a television campaign against ordinary educational violence. “What if we imagine that our children are stronger than us?“Privileging dialogue to guide parenting without violence, this is the subject of the television campaign of the Foundation for Children and the Stop VEO association … Read more

Canadians welcome Afghan refugees through community support

OTTAWA, HON, April 29, 2022 / CNW Telbec / – The Canadian government is working hard to resettle at least 40,000 Afghan citizens as quickly and safely as possible. Canada it has now hosted a total of 12,160 Afghan refugees, with more arriving every week. During National Volunteer Week, we recognize the profound impact Canadians’ … Read more

from Ukraine to Saint-Denis, the uprooting of the Kadeev family

That evening, when Isabelle comes home from work, the meal is ready. Viktorija Kadeev has prepared a stir-fried vegetable, the aroma of which perfumes the kitchen. Her husband, Artem, has just returned from the park with the little ones. Reborn, 3 years old, she wants marshmallows, fruit juice, an apple, unless it’s a banana. Daniele … Read more

In Nantes, a telephone to combine aid for underage prostitutes

This phenomenon, which affects between 7,000 and 10,000 minors, was the subject of a National Plan of the government last November, whose funds raised allowed the creation of listening associations. Léa Messina never turns off the phone. She doesn’t promise to answer at night, but she insists that whoever calls her, worried, to talk to … Read more