Potential presence of salmonella in some Kinder chocolates. Ferrero recalls certain batches of Kinder chocolate products manufactured in Belgium in France due to a link “potential” with cases of salmonella. Read our article.
The Ehpad Orpea targeted by numerous complaints. Nearly 80 complaints from families of residents were filed Monday before the Nanterre prosecutor’s office against the leader of establishments for the elderly and dependent, for “endangering others” and “manslaughter”. Read our article.
Acquittal in the La Poste crime trial. Mamadou Diallo, who denied throughout his trial before the Assize Court of Ain to be the murderer Catherine Burgod, postwoman of Montreal-la-Cluse, in 2008, was acquitted “benefit of the doubt”, after almost five hours of deliberation. He was released from prison around 1 a.m. on Tuesday. Read our article.
Germany relaxes its rules in the event of Covid contamination. Germany will make isolation optional from May 1 in the event of Covid-19 infection with or without symptoms, the Minister of Health announced on Monday evening. He relies on thee “volunteering” but insists on “strong recommendation” to self-isolate for at least five days in the event of infection, with the possibility of ending quarantine with a negative test.
A Japanese government plane picked up Ukrainian refugees. Japan, usually very resistant to welcoming refugees, welcomed on Tuesday 20 Ukrainians who fled the war and who arrived at Tokyo airport on board a Japanese government plane. These people, who were in Poland following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, arrived with Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi who was visiting Warsaw.
The Peruvian capital under curfew after violent demonstrations. Leftist President Pedro Castillo instituted a curfew on Tuesday in Peru’s capital Lima and the nearby port city of Callao, after violent protests by carriers against rising fuel prices. It will be maintained until midnight.
To be continued
The Ukrainian president expected in front of the UN. Volodymyr Zelensky will speak this Tuesday before the UN Security Council, after the discovery of massacres attributed to Russian forces near Kyiv, and in particular in Boutcha where he went on Monday. “The time will come when every Russian will learn the whole truth about who among their compatriots killed. Who gave the orders?, he said in this video, calling for tougher sanctions against Moscow and delivering more armaments to his country. Follow our live.
Mélenchon deploys his holograms for a final meeting. Five days before the first round, Jean-Luc Mélenchon is holding the last major meeting of his presidential campaign on Tuesday, multiplying in eleven other cities thanks to holograms in an attempt to interfere in the increasingly tight duel announced between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. Read our interview with the candidate of insubordinate France.
The government on the move after the late frost. The Prime Minister Jean Castex and the Minister of Agriculture Julien Denormandie are expected in Tarn-et-Garonne this Tuesday after a fierce episode of late frost which attacked crops, and in particular fruit trees. Jean Castex announced that a “emergency fund” to help arborists and winegrowers could be opened.
The IPCC outlines solutions to the “climate disaster”. The promises “hollow” are driving the planet towards disastrous 3°C warming, but the world still has a chance to avoid the worst: radically transform the economy and cap emissions in less than three years, starting with detoxing from fossil fuels . This is affirmed by the third part of the scientific trilogy of UN climate experts (IPCC) published on Monday. Read our article.
Last checks before the presidential election. How to verify that one is registered on the electoral lists? A few days before the first round, we explain the procedure to follow to be sure to be able to make your voice heard on April 10 and 24. Read our article as well as our direct dedicated to the presidential campaign five days before the first round.
The toxic drift of a macronia star. Accused of having drugged a collaborator without her knowledge, Laurent Bigorgne, the former director of the Institut Montaigne, a liberal and business think tank, will be tried for these facts in November. The investigation file, which Release was able to consult, reveals the addiction of a man overwhelmed by work, having direct and permanent access to members of the government. Read our article.