US News Writer and publisher Denis Tillinac is dead
"If you do not comply, you are reactive": when Denis Tillinac confided in Europe 1
© AFP The writer, who died overnight from Friday to Saturday at the age of 73, is was given to Isabelle Morizet's microphone for a long time, in January 2018 on Europe 1. Find this interview in full. Writer, journalist, essayist… The man of letters Denis Tillinac died on the night from Friday to Saturday, at the age of 73. The author of sixty works, several of which had been awarded prizes, disappears a year to the day after the death of Jacques Chirac , of whom he was a close friend.
Writer and editor Denis Tillinac died of a heart attack on Friday night, Saturday at the age of 73, according to information from, confirmed to Europe 1 on Saturday. He disappears a year to the day after the death of , of whom he was a close friend. At the time, , praising the "panache" and the "prodigious charisma" of the former president. "
Killings in the DRC: Mukwege on a crusade against impunity ten years later
© Behrouz MEHRI The Nobel Peace Prize winner Denis Mukwege during a press conference in Tokyo on October 3, 2019 With the Nobel Peace Prize Denis Mukwege, Congolese will demand justice this Thursday for the killings and rapes perpetrated for nearly 30 years in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of a shock report that has gone unheeded. Demonstrations are planned in some Congolese towns, including Bukavu, the stronghold of Dr.
Known for his commitments to the right
The one who was also journalist and head of a publishing house has signed more than sixty books (novels, stories, essays, short stories, poems, etc.), including his latest Dictionary of General Love (De Gaulle) published by Plon (2020). Many prizes have marked the career of one who was a friend of Jacques Chirac: the Roger Nimier Prize for The English Summer (Robert Laffont) or the Henri-Gal Literature Grand Prize, awarded by the Institut de France on proposal. of the French Academy, for all of his work.
Known for his commitments to the right, Denis Tillinac was first Chiraquian before becoming a Sarkozyst. In 2016, the writer took part in a gathering of intellectuals and politicians in Béziers on the initiative of the mayor Robert Ménard, in charge of a round table ulée "Define what it is to be right-wing".
Rwanda: "The praise of blood", controversial work on the role of the RPF during the genocide .
© RFI / Stéphanie Aglietti General view of the city of Kigali, the capital of Rwanda (illustrative image). Praise for the Blood of Canadian Judi Rever is a book investigating the crimes committed by the Rwandan Patriotic Army of Paul Kagame, a rebellion that became the national army in Rwanda.