We hope you enjoyed your weekend. These two days we checked the messages. And it’s time to sum it all up.
1. Singer Micahben dies while leaving the stage in Percy
Drama in the middle of a concert Saturday evening at the Accord Arena From Paris. The concert was expected by their fans: six years after their breakup, the members of Karimi found themselves on stage, where they invited singer Mikaben, Michael Benjamin in civil status. All together, they were there to celebrate the group’s 20th anniversary. Shortly before 11 p.m., the Haitian singer collapsed while leaving the stage. Emergency services rushed to the scene and tried to revive the artist but to no avail.
More information: Star AC has found its audience Saturday evening on TF1. Nearly five million spectators gathered in front of one of the most famous telecrochets in France.
2. A twelve-year-old boy was found dead in a suitcase in Paris
The body of a 12-year-old girl has been found, found on Friday evening, rue d’Hautpoul in the 19th arrondissement. Shocked as she did not return from college, the girl’s parents reported her missing in the afternoon. 6 people have been arrested in connection with this horrific incident. Among them, a woman has been identified as the prime suspect.
More information: This is not a bullfight, but a festival of vows. A bull climbed into the stands and crashed into a spectator Saturday in Aiquis-Mortes (Garde).
3. March of Rebels under the Sun
Protesters rally “against the high cost of living and climate inaction” unite between 30,000 (according to the prefecture) and 140,000 people (according to the organizers). However, Jean-Luc Mélenchon saw “a day of a cycle never before seen in our country” and announced the start of the “New Popular Front”. “You’re going to live a week like we don’t see often, it’s a big connection, we’re the ones who start it with this walk, it’s a huge success,” promised the former presidential candidate, a truck in the middle of the demonstrators since 3:30 p.m.
More information: On the fuel side, there is nothing new. The government and Medef condemn the continuation of the movement. CGT and FO camp in their positions. Here is a summary of the day.
4. Another weekend strike in Ukraine
There is no ceasefire between Ukraine and Russia. New bombings hit the Russian region of Belgorod on the border with Ukraine on Sunday. Belgorod, the capital of the eponymous region, serves as a hub for the Russian military, which gathers equipment and troops there before sending them to the Ukrainian front. The airport was particularly targeted by these strikes. Earlier in the day, Minister for the Armed Forces Sébastien Lecornu pointed out that France will “train 2,000 Ukrainian soldiers” on its soil.
More information: While addressing the Communist Party Conference held in Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping made the pledge on Sunday Seeks to reunify Taiwan peacefully, but without abandoning the “use of force” if necessary.
5. A dimanche de Classico
French Championship classic PSG-OM tonight. With the once real suspense, the Parisian ogre, leader of the championship, has been less sovereign for a few weeks, and extra sporting affairs are mounting. Opposite, OM have been doing well and are starting to win the Champions League. To be continued tonight 20 minutes Surely. You were able to enjoy the Spanish Clasico this afternoon, which saw Real beat Barca (3-1) thanks to the inevitable Benzema. Would love to live here again.
More information: We end with a smile. Gaël Monfils and Elena Svitolina announced on Saturday that they have become parents Of a girl named Skye. Congratulations to the happy parents (and little Lucian, who just joined the family). 20 minutes)
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