India British government warns pub crawlers of alcohol excesses
Iraqi security forces arrest 13 pro-Iranian fighters
© AHMAD AL-RUBAYE Iraqi security forces have arrested 13 pro-Iranian fighters for rocket attacks on US facilities. Rocket launchers were also confiscated. These were the first arrests of pro-Iranian fighters since the autumn attacks began. Iraqi security forces have arrested more than a dozen pro-Iranian fighters for rocket attacks on US facilities.
Immediately before the reopening of pubs in England, the British government warned pub crawlers of excess. "You could end up behind bars if you break the law," Health Minister Matt Hancock said in the Daily Mail.
Drunken thugs would be locked up if they rioted on “Super Saturday”. Britons could go to the bar "definitely" today, but they would have to be reasonable. From 7 a.m. (CEST) on Saturday morning, the first freshly tapped pint had been ordered for more than three months.
guests in the pub must leave their contact details when entering. People are not allowed to gather at the counter. The police have greatly increased the number of their forces. Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday asked his compatriots to abide by the rules to avoid a second wave of corona. He emphasized that "we are not over the mountain yet" and added: "Let's not screw it up."
DRC: the anger of Prime Minister Sylvestre Ilunkamba
© @ Presidency of the Democratic Republic of Congo Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi (R) receives his new Prime Minister Sylvestre Ilunga Ilunkamba, on May 20, 2019 in Kinshasa. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Prime Minister Sylvestre Ilunga Ilunkamba expresses his anger, the day after the brief arrest of his Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Justice, Célestin Tunda Ya Kasende.
Hancock said: «I am not a spoiler, but the virus can still kill. I don't want bars and pubs to close again. I love going to the pub and drinking a beer or two. » But he would not be afraid to close pubs and restaurants if necessary.
In addition to pubs, restaurants, hotels, cinemas, museums and many other facilities may also reopen from Saturday. Britain is the most severely affected by the corona pandemic in Europe. Critics consider the extensive easing of measures in England to be premature. Each part of the country determines its own measures in Great Britain. According to Johns Hopkins University, just under 286,000 people in the UK are infected with the corona virus, and more than 44,200 people die.
Air pollution: the state condemned to a fine of 10 million euros per semester for its inaction .
Three years after a first decision, the highest administrative court notes that "the government has still not taken the measures requested to reduce air pollution in eight areas in France ”. The fine is heavy and could herald a major turning point in the fight against air pollution, responsible, each year, in France, for more than 48,000 premature deaths.