The Christofle silversmith obtains a loan of 10 million euros from the State

By Le Figaro with AFP The Christofle silversmith obtained a loan of 10 million euros from the fund for economic and social development (FDES), according to a decree published on Wednesday in the Official Journal. This public structure allows the State to grant one-off loans to companies having difficulty accessing the credit market. The loan … Read more

parliamentarians worried about the future of Aviva France

Several parliamentarians on Wednesday expressed their concern about the future of insurer Aviva France, subject to a possible sale after its British parent company announced this summer to review its activities abroad. “We are worried by this disposal project and its consequences for the future in our territories of the employment of employees of Aviva … Read more

“National Education is the temple of cowardice”, for Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat

France pays tribute this Wednesday evening October 21 to Samuel Paty. The history and geography teacher was assassinated on Friday, October 16 after showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class. Fatiha Agag-Boudjahlat, professor of history and geography in a college in Toulouse but also an essayist, feminist and secular activist, first thinks of “the … Read more

LIVE – Covid-19: the Council of State validates, under conditions, the wearing of the compulsory mask outside

COUNCIL OF STATE: IMMINENT DECISION The Council of State will issue its order on Monday at the latest after the State’s request to annul decisions by administrative courts of Strasbourg and Lyon asking to relax the general obligation to wear a mask in certain territories. As a reminder, the administrative justice ordered Thursday to the … Read more

the funeral will take place this Saturday, September 12 in Cannes

Annie Cordy died this Friday, September 4, in Vallauris (Alpes-Maritimes). A shower of tributes greeted the singer, the actress, the “acrobat” who died at 92 years old. A final tribute to Annie Cordy will be paid this Saturday, September 12 in Cannes on the occasion of his funeral at the Abadie cemetery. Her niece, Michèle … Read more

one victim, three attackers killed

On Sunday September 6, three people carried out a bloody attack against the National Guard (gendarmerie) in Tunisia: a member of the National Guard was killed. The security forces then opened fire: the attackers were shot, reports the spokesperson for the National Guard. The attack took place in Sousse, a tourist town in eastern Tunisia. … Read more

Coronavirus: 7 new departments placed in the red zone

28 departments in France are now classified as an active circulation zone for the virus. A decree published Sunday, September 6 in the Official Journal added 7 departments in the red zone. So, according to the decree, Corse-du-Sud, Haute-Corse, Côte-d’Or, North, Bas-Rhin, Seine-Maritime and Réunion, join the 21 other departments already placed in the red … Read more

Where does the expression “go to seventh heaven” come from?

It is regularly said of a person that they “go to seventh heaven” when they experience a great moment of happiness, or when they are fulfilled. An expression that finds its origins in mythology. Indeed, it is above all a story of astronomy and mythology, two things very closely linked from the time of the … Read more

can wearing a mask be dangerous?

If the refractory to wearing a mask can no longer be counted, their point of view would now be enriched by a medical argument. Some believe that wearing a mask, whether fabric or surgical, would weaken the immune system. In question: the decrease in the oxygen supply which would increase the inhalation of toxins and … Read more