Four victims of the collapse have been identified
Four of the six bodies extracted from the collapse of a building on rue de Tivoli in Marseille on Sunday April 9 have now been identified, a 74-year-old man and his wife of the same age, as well as two women aged 65 and 88. Investigators are continuing their search to identify the two other bodies extracted on Monday by the firefighters, who were continuing their work to try to find the last two people still missing and a priori still under the rubble. On the origin of this tragedy, the investigators are still working “on the hypothesis of a gas explosion”.
Adrien Quatennens reinstated in the LFI group
Adrien Quatennens, deputy from the North convicted of violence against his ex-companion, was reinstated on Tuesday April 11 in the group La France insoumise in the National Assembly, after an internal vote, despite the opposition of a part of the allies of the Nupes. The Socialist Party immediately condemned an “unacceptable” reintegration and considers that the deputy from the North “can no longer be a member of the bodies of the Nupes”, the left-wing coalition.
Prohibited weight loss products
The Medicines Agency (ANSM) announced on Tuesday April 11 the suspension of several products presented as natural “detox” products promoting weight loss, due to numerous adverse effects. The products in question are Trex Tea (powder), Trex Caps (capsules), Trex Plus (effervescent form). These products are sold on the Internet via reseller sites and social networks, but also in physical stores or on market stalls.