Daily Tunisian news briefing

AA/Tunisia/Hadjer Cerni * President of Tunisia: We intend to end the exceptional period that the country is going through (AA) Tunisian President Cais Said said on Monday that he is committed to “ending the exceptional period (which the country is going through) and implementing the announced measures through the organization of a referendum and legislative … Read more

“Shrimp with sparkles” in Ukraine against homophobia in Russia – Teller Report Teller Report

A comedy for the general public against homophobia and prejudice, Glitter Shrimp is back in theaters with a program that has become a current hit: a new opus denouncing homophobia in Russia was filmed in pre-invasion Ukraine. Revenge of the Brilliant Shrimp, which opens April 13 in Belgium, uses the incredible formula that made the … Read more

The French start voting, participation is questionable – All Guadeloupe news online

Some 48.7 million voters have cast their ballot since 8 a.m. Sunday in the first round of the presidential election to choose between twelve Élysée candidates, including outgoing Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen, at the risk of a strong abstention. . After several months of a strange campaign that will not be … Read more

News about the Russian invasion of Ukraine – All Martinique news online

The situation on the ground, international reaction, sanctions: on the issue of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. – Ukraine is still ready for negotiations – “Ukraine is ready for big battles. Ukraine must win them, including in the Donbass,” said Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the President of Ukraine, quoted by the Interfax news agency. -Ukraine. Earlier … Read more

What do the presidential candidates propose?

From the proposals of the candidates in the presidential elections, two measures are characteristic of the circular economy: reducing the use of plastic and promoting recycling. Amors interviewed presidential candidates on his favorite topics, including the circular economy. Seven candidates responded to the association of local authorities: Yannick Jadot, Marine Le Pen, Emmanuel Macron, Jean-Luc … Read more

“Church news reminds us that it is disastrous to view mission as an act of authority”

Here we are drawn to the “great election of the French,” that is, to presidential elections in which a man (or woman) will come to power or stay there, according to our most common vocabulary. This vote is immediately followed by legislative elections, which, in essence, will be aimed at transforming the judiciary and giving, … Read more

Tunisian news daily briefing

AA / Tunisia / Khayer Czerny – World Bank provides $400 million loan to Tunisia (AA) The World Bank (WB) has provided a $400 million loan to Tunisia to fund a Covid-19 emergency response project for social protection. Tunisian Economy and Planning Minister Samir Sayed and World Bank Tunisian Resident Representative Alexandre Arrobbio signed the … Read more

r/place collaborative digital mural culminates in battle around French flag

WEB – Five years after its first edition, this great global game of drawings on a single digital canvas has been marked by good-natured competition and creativity as insane as it is ephemeral. Internet users nicknamed him “pixel war”. After four days of cooperation, competition and international agreements among thousands of digital communities, the r/place … Read more

Are you into doom-scrolling too? How to switch off in the face of depressing news?

From Covid-19 to the war in Ukraine, chances are you’ll be nervously checking news sites and social media for more and more “bad news”. We call it “doomscrolling” and it’s not the best option for your digital well being, we’re not going to hide it. Modern technologies, and especially smartphones, help us communicate in ways … Read more