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• The ARS du Grand Est announces a “immediate action plan” after the detection of a “cluster au variant Delta (this if)” within the Haute Ecole des arts du Rhin in Strasbourg. Four positive cases are “already identified” and 43 contact cases are “under investigation”. Follow our live.
• Political and trade union activists, environmental activists and associations from various sectors call for a parade during the “March for Freedom” in nearly 140 towns in France to denounce “attacks on freedoms” which multiply according to them thanks to the rise of the extreme right and laws “liberticides”.
•Emmanuel Macron says he is ready for a revival of Franco-British relations, but calls on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to respect “the word given to Europeans” in the context of Brexit.
•The 35 km long oil slick reported last night off Corsica is now visible in places “800 meters from the coast”, indicates this morning Christine Ribbes, spokesperson for the maritime prefecture of the Mediterranean on France Inter.
Questioned by franceinfo on the occasion of the “March of Freedoms”, the president of SOS Racisme is worried about a shift to the extreme right and denounces the strategy of Gerald Darmanin in security matters.
(THOMAS SAMSON / AFP)
• Earthquake on the planet tennis: Rafael Nadal, thirteen times crowned on Parisian clay and in search of a 21st record trophy in Grand Slam, was debunked by Novak Djokovic in the semifinals after an anthology fight of over four hours yesterday.
• Political and union activists, environmental activists and associations from various sectors march together in many cities in France to denounce “attacks on freedoms” which multiply according to them thanks to the rise of the extreme right and laws “liberticides”.
• The leaders of the great powers of the G7 get to the heart of the matter today by tackling the prevention of health crises and the defense of multilateralism. The more equitable sharing of vaccines against Covid-19 will particularly occupy heads of state.
•Algerians go to the polls for early legislative elections rejected by the Hirak protest movement and part of the opposition, against a backdrop of all-out repression.