Serge Aurier: Tottenham player’s brother ‘shot dead in France’

Derrick Santistevan

The brother of Tottenham Hotspur gamer Serge Aurier has actually passed away – with French media reporting that he was shot dead in Toulouse. In a declaration, Spurs stated: “The club is deeply saddened to validate media reports that Serge Aurier’s brother died in the early hours of this early morning. ” We are supporting […]

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France shuts oldest reactor amid Macron climate pledges

Sallie Anderson

France’s oldest nuclear power plant was lastly closed on Tuesday (30 June) – after 4 years in operation and an enduring campaign by anti-nuclear activists. The procedure to get rid of the fuel utilized by the reactors of Fessenheim power plant, which was linked to the grid in 1977, need to be finished by 2023 […]

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France and Turkey fracture Nato on Libya

Sallie Anderson

Nato is to examine French claims that Turkish warships targeted a French one in a conflict over the Libya dispute, which has actually divided allies. ” The occurrence in the Mediterranean [Sea] was attended to in the conference by numerous allies”, Nato secretary basic Jens Stoltenberg stated after Nato defence ministers held video-talks on Thursday […]

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Airbus team returns to France with voice, data recorders

Sandra Loyd

KARACHI: The team of Airbus professionals examining the Pakistan International Airline Companies (PIA) airplane crash left for France on Monday by means of an unique flight. The 11- member foreign team, which had actually landed in Karachi on Tuesday to provide assistance in the continuous probe, took with them the flight data recorder, cockpit voice […]

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Essex lorry deaths: 26 arrested in France and Belgium

Derrick Santistevan

Twenty-six people have actually been arrested in France and Belgium in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants discovered in the back of a lorry in Essex in 2015. The dead, consisting of 2 15- year-old kids, were discovered on a commercial estate about 20 miles east of London in October 2019. The most […]

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What you need to know about the coronavirus

Sandra Loyd

G20 leaders to discuss the response to coronavirus Leaders of the world’s biggest 20 economies will hold a videoconference chaired by Saudi Arabia’s King Salman on Thursday to go over how best to collaborate their reaction to the coronavirus pandemic, which has actually thrown the global economy into a tailspin, with output crashing and unemployment […]

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France to allow some Huawei gear in its 5G network

Sallie Anderson

France will license making use of some of Huawei’s equipment in the rollout of its 5G network, regardless of U.S. calls to omit the Chinese telecoms huge from the West’s next-generation interactions. The French cybersecurity company, ANSSI, is due to inform telecom operators which equipment they are permitted to usage for the implementation of their […]

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