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"Persist": a poignant film gives a voice to an imprisoned Iranian lawyer
© Behrouz MEHRI Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, who had been released after three years in prison, on September 18, 2013 at her home in Tehran March 2018, in Tehran: lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh confided in her career during which she led with tireless courage the most difficult fights in Iran: saving teenagers from the death penalty, defending banned religious minorities or mobilizing for Women's rights.
On the return flight to Germany on Thursday morning, Borussia was still fighting with mixed feelings after the 2-2 crime at Inter Milan. In the foal camp, however, the view was already directed ahead on the second day of the group, Real Madrid comes to Borussia Park.
Hardly anyone would have expected this start in Champions League Group B. Borussia Mönchengladbach kidnaps a point from Europa League finalists Inter Milan. And above all: Shakhtar Donetsk wins at Real Madrid. The clear division of roles in the group after the draw is now a thing of the past. The favorites are vulnerable, the outsiders sense their chance.
Thailand: Faced with the dispute, the Prime Minister backs down and lifts the state of emergency
© REUTERS Prayut Chan-ocha, the Thai Prime Minister during a televised address, October 21, 2020. While Protests calling for the government to quit take place every day in Thailand, Prayut Chan-ocha stepped up to the students. But they consider it a false concession.
"I think we would do well if we continue to tackle it game after game," said coach Marco Rose, who was nevertheless pleased: "We made it into the group, got a point. And maybe we can against on Tuesday Real Madrid then also showed a small learning effect from the first 50 minutes of the game. " Because: Despite all the satisfaction with the start of the Champions League, Rose did not want to let go of the fact that his team was having a hard time finding their way into the game. Especially in the offensive movement. "We were without a shot on goal for a long time. We had three or four good passes in the pits, but we weren't present enough there. At the back it was very good what the boys played."
Next Tuesday, when Real Madrid comes to Borussia-Park, Borussia will have to go a step further. "Real has always survived the group so far. They know what points they need in Mönchengladbach and that's how they will perform", believes Rose. And Christoph Kramer is not the only Borussia player who demands an even more self-confident demeanor in the duel with Los Blancos than in Milan: "We had to give up our respect in the course of the game. We often had a bit, especially in the first half the courage was lacking. That should be a lesson for us for the further tasks. "
In Nice, "we are starting to get tired of putting down flowers and candles" .
© VALERY HACHE / AFP Guest from Europe 1, Sunday, Jean-Claude Hubler, president of the Life for Nice association, said part of his anger after the attack on Thursday, which left three dead in the Notre-Dame Basilica. He also acted as the spokesperson for the victims, and more generally for the inhabitants of Nice, traumatized by this new attack, four years after the ram car attack which left 86 dead on the Promenade des Anglais. "A feeling of nervousness, of disgust.