Weird News Fabienne Amiach cut for his last: "This reflects the dehumanization that I deplore"
PGA Championship cut line: What is the cut line, how is it determined, leaderboard updates
The PGA Championship is tightly packed heading into the second round with a host of top players at risk of missing the cut.World No 1 Dustin Johnson also fell down the bottom half of the leaderboard with a round of 76 while Patrick Reed, Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Thomas similarly found it tough.
after thirty-two years of good and loyal services, the weather presenter of France 3 pulled his bow to start a new life.
On June 29, you presented your last weather newsletter. Why this departure?
Fabienne Amiach: I arrived at the weather in 1990. I knew exhilarating years, the service was evolved. But, I admit that with time, the work has been dehumanized, I no longer found this family spirit. I wanted to stop and start a new life.
What are you going to do now?
Video: The farewell of Fabienne Amiach on France 3 coupes in full direct (TV leisure)
Next seven days will be crucial to see if Covid jabs work
Infections in the UK rose by 18 per cent compared to last Wednesday, while hospital admissions rose 11 per cent compared with the previous seven days, according to official figures. Though increasing cases are usually followed by rises in hospitalisations and deaths, officials are hoping that the jabs roll-out will break that link after just nine deaths were recorded on Wednesday. Chris Hopson, chief executive of NHS Providers which represents health service trusts, said that hospitals in Indian variant hotspots in England were seeing cases rise steadily.
visit France. I have time: my two boys are great, 23 and 28 years old. I would also like to play comedy, a youth passion. I did the conservatory and dream to turn in more beautiful life. And if the sanitary situation allows, I have a project at the theater for September with a friend.
break. You deplore it?
I did not realize it, I was so moved. Chloé Nabédian, Nathalie Rihouet and Myriam Seurat were in the plateau. A great moment of emotion whose viewers have been private because it was necessary to pass the sponsor. This reflects the dehumanization of which I spoke and that I deplore.
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After the deadly floods, Belgium again under water .
© Dursun Aydemir people were trying to move in the flooded streets of the city of Namur on Saturday night. of the stubborn waves and cars carried away by the current. Saturday night, violent thunderstorms have once again touched Belgium, already bereaved a few days ago , causing damage in the province of Namur (South). Eleven towns of the Meuse Valley have been flooded and street images transformed into torrent circulate on social networks.