World The winner of the best baguette of Paris will not ultimately not deliver the
"The Seine-Saint-Denis is not a trash": the controversy around the crack in Paris is expanding
© Copyright 2021, Obs "We need a health response and not just A bugonware game ". Valérie Pécresse, President of the Ile-de-France region, marked his disagreement with the displacement of Crack consumers on the edge of the Parisian ring road. During a visit on site Sunday, September 26, Valérie Pécresse found that we had "moved the problem in Seine-Saint-Denis which is not a trash.
the baker Winner of the price of the best wand of the capital will not deliver the Elysee, as was the case for its predecessors. Man has been taken in a controversy since posts relayed on his Facebook page, judged "hateful", have been massively shared on social networks.
Makram Akrout, baker official Boulevard de Reuilly, in the 12th arrondissement of the capital, receivedof . But unlike the winners of the previous editions, he will not deliver the Elysee daily. , since screenshots of his Facebook account relaying hateful opinions vis-à-vis France have been made public.
Crack in Paris: Olivier Véran confirms the financing by the state of new care places
The Minister of Health confirmed this Wednesday, the care of new care places for drug users, in particular, Crack. © Henri Garat / SIPA A "Shooting Room" in Paris (Illustration) HEALTH - The Minister of Health has confirmed this Wednesday, the care of new places of care for drug users, in particular, Crack. The capital is experiencing a real and social sanitary crisis linked to crack for many months.
The Élysée rear Machine
contacted the Elysee who indicated that the partnership between the palace and the baker was not planned: it is not automatic that the winner of the best baguette of Paris book The Elysee. But at the announcement of the price, on September 26, the official Twitter account of the Elysee was splitting a tweet showing the opposite: bravo in Makram Akrout who won yesterday the price of the best baguette of Paris for the Year 2021. As tradition does, it will provide bread for the Elysee for a year.
In the end, there is only one!
Congratulations to Makram Akrout who won yesterday the price of the best baguette of Paris for the year 2021.
as the tradition wants, it will provide bread for the Elysee for a year.
America’s Biggest Companies Love the Paris Agreement. They’re Not Acting Like It.
The trade group that represents Apple, Walmart, Nike, and dozens of other companies is trying to kneecap the U.S.’s final chance to meet its 2025 climate goals.Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, personally beseeched Trump to remain in the pact. Bob Iger, Disney’s chief executive, resigned from a White House advisory council in protest. Goldman Sachs’s CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, sent his first-ever tweet just to denounce the exit. Within days, hundreds of U.S. companies had signed their own Paris Agreement pledge, promising to cut their climate pollution more than 26 percent by 2025, as compared with 2005 levels.
- Élysée (@Elysee)
Is this recoil related to the recent controversy? According to the baker's lawyer, interviewed by the Parisian, Mr. Akrout is sorry to learn by pressing the decision of the Elysee, which denotes a lack of courage and who is pending in front of the Fachosphere.
The city of Paris had indicated Friday, October 1 to the AFP having seized the police prefecture to see if investigations are underway and whether the gentleman incriminated has precedents. Saturday, nothing allowed to accredit the veracity of a number of complaints formulated, had emphasized Emmanuel Grégoire.
'Art transcends race': Paris Opera Ballet's first Asian etoile ballerina .
When Sae Eun Park auditioned for the world's oldest ballet institution, her Paris hotel room was so small she could not fully stretch her legs. - Seoul to Paris - Park joins a group of millennial South Korean dancers in the top ranks of the world's most prominent companies, including Kimin Kim at the Mariinsky Ballet and Hee Seo at the American Ballet Theatre -- many of them inspired by trailblazer Kang Sue-jin, a former principal for Germany'sA decade later the South Korean has become the first Asian ballerina to reach the top "etoile" -- or "star" -- rank in the Paris Opera Ballet's 352-year history.