World It's BIM time: Social conference in Matignon, nothing is going well with Turkey and another record for the Covid-19

12:25  26 october  2020
12:25  26 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

Turkey tests Russian-made S-400 defence system: Reports

  Turkey tests Russian-made S-400 defence system: Reports Tests of the advanced air defence system could stoke tensions between Turkey and the United States.The video, taken in the coastal city of Sinop on Friday, showed a narrow column of smoke headed high into the blue sky.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blasted police for disrupting morning prayers at a mosque in the German capital. Its statement said it was “unacceptable” for the officers to disrupt the morning prayers and to walk inside the shrine in their boots.

Covid - 19 : the history of pandemics • Why social distancing might last for some time . The responses to the Covid - 19 pandemic are simply the amplification of the dynamic that drives other social and ecological crises: the prioritisation of one type of value over others. This dynamic has played a large

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Le Premier ministre Jean Castex, à Marseille le 24 octobre 2020. © Alain ROBERT / SIPA Prime Minister Jean Castex, in Marseille on October 24, 2020. NEWS - "20 Minutes" compiles the information you should not miss this morning in your Morning Information Bulletin (BIM)

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In the midst of the economic crisis, Castex opens a social conference on Monday

Prime Minister Jean Castex will meet the social partners this Monday in Matignon from 9 am for his first social conference since his appointment. But with the second wave of coronavirus, the French economy is at its worst. The current crisis should therefore weigh in the discussions. The unions and the executive will notably address the particularly sensitive subjects of the timetable for reforming unemployment insurance and pensions.

'We won't break the law': Burnham would accept Tier 3 if imposed on Greater Manchester

  'We won't break the law': Burnham would accept Tier 3 if imposed on Greater Manchester Andy Burnham says he will keep to the law and "accept" Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions for Greater Manchester if the government imposes them. The region's mayor told Sky News it was ministers' "prerogative" to announce the measures, if negotiations over the next few hours end in stalemate.He and other local leaders have been given until midday today to reach an agreement on moving three million people into England's highest band of coronavirus controls.

With contradictory information about COVID - 19 emerging from the highest levels of government, disinformation experts say it ’ s more important than ever for those with Researchers say that model is partially responsible for the spread of misinformation and sensationalism online, since shocking or

When it comes to Covid - 19 , Basu says, we know very little about the short- and longer-term The age of a population, as well as the way people live in a society , has a big impact on how Covid - 19 is Overall, says Dowd, it is safe to say social distancing works. “We are seeing real evidence for the

Erdogan again calls on Macron to have his mental health examined

The tension is at its height between Paris and Ankara. Saturday and Sunday, Recep Tayyip Erdogan frontally attacked his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron . The Turkish president has expressed doubts about the mental health of his counterpart. In response, France recalled its ambassador "for consultations". At the same time, Emmanuel Macron faces a call for to boycott French products in the Arab world, for his defense of the Muhammad caricatures. In response, he broadcast on Sunday evening several tweets in French, English and Arabic highlighting in particular his rejection of "hate speech".

More than 50,000 new cases of coronavirus in 24 hours, new record

The second wave is getting stronger and stronger. The Covid-19 epidemic broke a new record in France with 52,010 new positive cases recorded in twenty-four hours, according to figures from Public Health France released on Sunday. The day before, the country had registered more than 45,000 new cases, and on Friday passed the milestone of one million confirmed cases since the start of the epidemic. The total death toll in France has been 34,761 since the start of , the epidemic.

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Clashes in Spain over virus restrictions for second night .

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