The war in Ukraine, Will Smith’s Oscar slap, and the 2022 presidential election

The war in Ukraine, the 2022 presidential election, the Oscars, sports… Get all the news every day thanks to the work of photojournalists who travel the world. Thanks to press agencies, always at the forefront of coverage of major events, and editorial journalists 20 minutes, from Lille to Marseille, via Bordeaux and Strasbourg, here is another look, in pictures, at the news of the last 24 hours.

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  • Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and businessman Roman Abramovich (LR) attend a round of Russian-Ukrainian talks at Dolmabahce Palace, Istanbul, March 29, 2022 — SERGEY KARPUKKHIN/TASS/SIPA

    Talks between Russia and Ukraine on Tuesday in Istanbul were “meaningful” and pave the way for a meeting between Presidents Vladimir Putin and Vladimir Zelensky to end the conflict that began more than a month ago, negotiators from the two camps said three hours later. discussions. The Kremlin has said Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich is playing a mediating role in Russian-Ukrainian talks, dismissing allegations of poisoning.

  • Galina Falko looks at the destruction caused by the Russian attack at her home near Brovary, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine, Monday, March 28, 2022. — RODRIGO ABD/AP/SIPA

    Russia also promised on Tuesday to “drastically” reduce its military activity towards Kyiv and Chernihiv in northeastern Ukraine. Fighting rages around the capital, rather in favor of the Ukrainians in the last hours, while the ordeal of Mariupol, a strategic port city on the Sea of ​​Azov, continues.

  • Outgoing President and La République en Marche (LREM) candidate Emmanuel Macron in Dijon, March 28, 2022 — JACQUES WITT/SIPA

    Entering the campaign late and highly mobilized by the war in Ukraine, Emmanuel Macron returned to the battlefield on Monday, moving to Dijon, a city led by socialist François Rebsamin, who joined the candidate. According to him, France “needs” both “right” and “left” color measures. However, purchasing power, the number one priority for the French, has been hit hard by soaring energy prices.

  • Eugenio Derbez, Sian Heder, Marley Matlin, Troy Kotzur, Emilia Jones, Daniel Durant and Amy Forsythe, Best Picture winners for CODA, pose in the press room signing “I love you” at the Academy Awards on Sunday, March 27th. 2022, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. — JORDAN STRAUSS/AP/SIPA

    CODAThe low-budget film about the complex lives of a deaf family and their hearing daughter won the top Oscars on Sunday night, beating all odds and leaving many rival heavyweights swallowing the dust.

  • Jessica Chastain at the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 27, 2022. — ROB LATUR/SIPA

    American Jessica Chastain received the Oscar for Best Actress on Sunday. In the eyes of Tammy Faye and his role as a televangelist with a big heart and outrageous makeup.

  • Jane Campion at the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 27, 2022. — JORDAN STRAUSS/AP/SIPA

    New Zealand director Jane Campion won the Oscar for Best Director for her film. dog power, becoming the third woman to receive this prestigious award, just one year after Chloe Zhao. The pioneer in this category was Katherine Bigelow. minesweepersin 2010. Jane Campion has already won an Oscar in 1994 for Best Adapted Screenplay for piano lesson.

  • Will Smith appears to punch Chris Rock at the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 27, 2022. ROB LATUR/SIPA

    The Oscar for Best Actor went to Will Smith for his performance in Sunday Night. Williams method – after an argument during which he took the stage to slap comedian Chris Rock – crowning a career that has seen Prince of Bel Air take turns conquering the world of music, television and cinema.

  • Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith arrive at the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 27, 2022. — GEORGE PIMENTEL/SIPA

    After receiving the statuette, the 53-year-old actor admitted between the lines that he had actually punched comedian Chris Rock, who had just joked about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s shaved head, a few minutes earlier. “Love makes you do crazy things,” Will Smith said with tears in his eyes. He apologized to the Academy hosting the Oscars without mentioning Chris Rock.

  • Al Pacino, Francis Ford Coppola and Robert De Niro at the 94th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 27, 2022. — ROB LATUR/SIPA

    The ceremony provided an opportunity to blow out candles at some cinema monuments. First, the 60th anniversary of the very first James Bond, Doctor Noreleased in 1962. A little younger, from fifty years old, inGodfatherthe first part of the legendary Italian-American mafia trilogy by Francis Ford Coppola, was also noted, as was White people can’t jumponly thirty years old.

  • Ukrainian firefighters work at a fuel storage site hit by cruise missiles in Lviv, Ukraine, Sunday, March 27, 2022. — UPI/NEWCOM/SIPA

    On Saturday afternoon, Russian strikes on Lviv, a major city in western Ukraine, hit a strategic fuel depot and military installation, injuring five, according to local authorities.

  • Gathering in front of the Aspretto barracks, Corsica, March 27, 2022. — FANNY HAMARD/SIPA

    Two rallies, quickly punctuated by brawls, took place on Sunday in front of two barracks near Bastia and in Ajaccio at the call of independence organizations that accuse the CRS of singing “La Marseillaise” on the day of activist Ivan Colonna’s funeral.

  • Environmental candidate Yannick Jadot and Julien Bayou with rap group Arsenik at Zenith in Paris on March 27, 2022. — ISA HARSIN/SIPA

    After a weekend of mobilization in all camps, it’s time for the official campaign on Monday, which gives the candidates two weeks to raise awareness among the French, who have so far been rather in the background. Thirteen days before the first round of the presidential elections on April 10, nothing has been decided yet.

  • Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Sizeron at the World Figure Skating Championships in Montpellier, March 27, 2022. — STUDIO AJ/MPP/SIPA

    A month after the Olympic gold, Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Sizeron on Saturday in Montpellier became world champions in ice dancing for the fifth time in their careers.

  • Eritrean Binyam Ghirmay Hailu (Intermarche Wanty-Gobert Materiaux) celebrates winning the Gent-Wevelgem men’s cycling race in Wevelgem, Sunday, March 27, 2022. — SHUTTERSTOK/SIPA

    Eritrean Binyam Ghirmay (Intermarché) won Ghent-Wevelgem on Sunday, the first win by a sub-Saharan African rider in classic cycling.

    Zhirmet, 21, beat France’s Christophe Laporte in a four-runner sprint after 249km. A silver medalist at last year’s World Championships in the Hope category, Zirmei signed the most important victory for a sub-Saharan African rider in cycling.

  • Monaco driver Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) talks to Dutch driver Max Verstappen (Red Bull) after the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Sunday, March 27, 2022. — HASSAN AMMAR/AP/SIPA

    Reigning world champion Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) won the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in Formula 1, the second round of the season on Sunday, ahead of Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), winner of the first round. Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr. (Ferrari) completes the podium.

  • Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters at the Voodoo Music Experience at City Park on Saturday, October 28, 2017 in New Orleans. — AMY HARRIS/INVISION/SIPA

    Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins used marijuana, opiates and antidepressants before he died Friday night at a hotel in Bogota, Colombian prosecutors said Saturday.

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