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    Photo Hebdo: a seamstress asleep in a fishing net, a blind football fan and a Latin dance record… A week of news in pictures

    Photo hebdo returns, Friday, December 2, to a week of news in the world in a few shots. On the program, a dance record in Venezuela or a blind football fan in Qatar.

    As the children begin to open the boxes of the advent calendar, they are not the only ones, since at London Zoo, a meerkat also seems interested in this tradition.

    World: eruption of a volcano in Hawaii, deconfinement in China, protest in Iran… News from the past 24 hours

    The 20 Hours of Friday, December 2 goes around the world news in pictures. In summary, the protest that does not weaken in Iran and the awakening of a volcano in Hawaii.

    China is finally releasing some pressure on its zero covid policy.

    Climate Change: Vanishing Louisiana Bayous

    In the US state of Louisiana, bayou swamps are plagued by rising waters. Villages have already been destroyed and 350,000 people will become climate refugees in 50 years.

    South of Louisiana (United States), the land and the sea intertwine.

    Immigration: from Lagos to the Canary Islands, how could three migrants spend 11 days at the helm of an oil tanker?

    Three migrants from Lagos (Nigeria) were rescued on Monday November 28 in the port of Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands. They spent eleven days hiding on the rudder of an oil tanker.

    For eleven days, from Nigeria to the Canary Islands, these three stowaways hid near the rudder of the Alithini II tanker. (AFP)

    They spent eleven days in the Atlantic clinging to the back of an oil tanker. And it is packed on the blade of the rudder that we found them Monday when the ship arrived at the port of Las Palmas on the island of Gran Canaria.

    Eurozapping: letter bombs in Spain, lack of human resources in German and British hospitals

    Like every day, the 11 p.m. news takes a tour of the news broadcast by European television channels. It’s Eurozapping on Thursday, December 1st.

    Spain is the target of an envelope bomb campaign. Thursday, in the morning, it was at the United States Embassy that one of them was discovered.

    Spain: several letter bombs intercepted, addressed in particular to the Prime Minister and the Ambassador of Ukraine

    The security officer at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid was slightly injured when a letter bomb intended for the ambassador exploded on Wednesday. The other couriers were defused before doing any damage.

    Demining services intervene after the discovery of a letter bomb addressed to the military base of Torrejon de Ardoz, in Spain, on December 1, 2022. (AFP)

    The Spanish authorities announced on Thursday 1 December that a letter bomb had been sent the previous week to the Prime Minister.

    Ursula von der Leyen evokes the death of “100,000 Ukrainian soldiers”, before the European Commission evokes an “inaccuracy”

    This estimate, coming from “external sources”, included both the killed and the wounded, justified the institution after removing this passage. kyiv had reacted strongly to these declarations, judging this initial assessment to be erroneous.

    The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, during a conference on the reconstruction of Ukraine, October 25, 2022. (DPA)

    Misunderstanding between Brussels and kyiv. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday (November 30)

    Energy crisis: sobriety measures in Spain and Poland

    Every day, the correspondents’ club describes how the same current event is illustrated in two countries.

    Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki holds a press conference on stopping gas from Russia in Rembelszczyzna near Warsaw on April 27, 2022. (AFP)

    The war in Ukraine and tensions with Russia are plunging European countries into an unprecedented energy crisis.

    Italy: Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni says she has “no problems” with France

    “Our bilateral relations continue”, assures the far-right leader, in an interview with “Corriere della sera”

    Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni on November 22, 2022 during a press conference in Rome. (AFP)

    Officially, everything is fine between Giorgia Meloni and France.

    World Cup 2022: why Tunisia-France will not change anything in Didier Deschamps’ plans for the rest of the competition

    The recipe that allowed the Blues to quickly qualify for the round of 16 should not be changed following the match against Tunisia on Wednesday, regardless of the performance of the players.

    Adrien Rabiot, Aurelien Tchouameni and Antoine Griezmann against Mikkel Damsgaard during France-Denmark, in the World Cup (AFP)

    “It’s not tomorrow’s game that will change anything. It’s important but not decisive for us.”

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