Canada Coronavirus in Marseille: Several hundred demonstrators against the closing of bars, they denounce a "salty bill"
Marseille: A shooting in the northern districts leaves two injured
Two men were injured on Monday in a shooting in the 15th arrondissement of Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône) © Mathilde Ceilles / 20 Minutes The flea market of Marseille MISCELLANEOUS FACTS - Two men were injured on Monday in a shooting in the 15th arrondissement of Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône) Two men aged 24 and 27 were injured in the buttock and shoulder on Monday in a shooting in the districts North of Marseille , learned 20 minutes from a police source, confirming information from La Provence .
Martine Vassal and Renaud Muselier joined the demonstration to the applause of the crowd this FridayEPIDEMIA - Martine Vassal and Renaud Muselier joined the demonstration to the applause of the crowd this Friday
"The bill is salty! ": Several hundred demonstrators gathered on Friday morning in front of thecommercial court to protest against the closure of bars and restaurants decreed by the government, in an attempt to contain the epidemic.
Coronavirus in Marseille: Restaurateurs and actors of the economic world will demonstrate Friday
The actors of the economic world will gather this Friday in Marseille to protest against the restrictive measures against the coronavirus © Daniel Cole / AP / SIPA In a restaurant in Marseille EPIDEMIC - The actors of the economic world will gather this Friday in Marseille to protest against the restrictive measures against the coronavirus They have decided to say "no to economic reconfinement".
Martine Vassal, LR president of the Aix-Marseille metropolis and of the Bouches-du-Rhône department, and Renaud Muselier, LR president of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, joined the demonstration to the applause of the crowd , noted AFP journalists.
“The cup is full. We were in the process of remaking ourselves. I don't want any more help, but let me work, "said Patrick Labourrasse, restaurateur at.
Restaurateurs, cafetiers and elected officials gathered in Marseille to denounce government measures.- France Bleu Provence (@bleuprovence) Véran expected in Marseille
Speaking with a megaphone in front of the crowd, the boss of the Union des Métiers and from the Bouches-du-Rhône hotel industry Bernard Marty reiterated his union's firm opposition to the announced restrictions, with the crowd booing the name of Health Minister Olivier Véran when he spoke it. "And where is he?" Let him come here! », Launched a protester.
Sainté cools Marseille
© Provided by Sofoot For its first at the Vélodrome of the season, against Saint-Étienne four days after its victory in Paris, OM cashed an entry pawn and was extinguished in second (0-2). ASSE, which had not conquered Marseille for 41 years, is leading the elite. Marseille 0-2 Saint-Étienne Goals: Hamouma (6th) and Bouanga (75th) for Sainté “It's Marseille Baby” displays the Ganay stand, but it is Sainté who made dance the zumba cafew at the Olympique de Marseille this Thursday evening.
Marseille entrepreneurs stepped up to the plate as soon as the government announced strict measures on Wednesday, which classified the Aix-Marseille metropolis in a "maximum alert" zone. In particular, they provide for the closure of bars and restaurants on Saturday.
Faced with this sling, the Minister of Health will travel to Marseille on Friday afternoon. Olivier Véran is due to go to the public hospital in La Timone, where he will visit the intensive care unit in particular, before meeting with an epidemiologist.
Alain Griset, Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery, will accompany Olivier Véran and will meet with representatives of professional federations in the hotel and restaurant sector.restaurants in court
Marseille. Four years in prison required on appeal against two police officers accused of having hit a teenager .
© MARC OLLIVIER / OUEST-FRANCE A police car The national police in Rennes use drones to enforce confinement, particularly in parks like here in the Saint-Martin meadows. Containment was introduced in France a week ago to fight against the Covid-19 coronavirus Sentenced to four years in prison, two of which closed, for having beaten a 16-year-old teenager, in 2018, in Marseille, two police officers, who deny the facts were retried on Tuesday, September 29.