US News in London, a G7 to cope with global threats
Coronavirus: Thousands of protesters in London and Switzerland Against sanitary restrictions
In Switzerland, protesters walked by sporting Swiss flags and shouting "freedom" © Oli Scarff / AFP A manifestation of anti-vaccines in London . Pandemie - In Switzerland, protesters walked by sporting Swiss flags and shouting "freedom" of the videos published on social networks have shown thousands of people scrolling in the streets of the British capital . At the end of the afternoon, a few hundred were still reunited in the center of London.
The Foreign Ministers of the G7 are found on Tuesday in London for their first meeting in person for more than two years, in order to work on Joint responses to global threats.
Take steps to protect democracies. It is within this framework that the Foreign Ministers of the G7 meet, Tuesday, May 4, in London, for their first meeting in person for more than two years, in order to agree on.
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The anti-terrorist prosecutor is pointing on Sunday on the attack led by a Tunisian, unknown to intelligence services, Friday in Rambouillet. © Reuters The anti-terrorism prosecutor is pointing Sunday on the attack led by an unknown Tunisian intelligence services, "depressive" according to his family, who killed a police officer in Rambouillet.
China, Burma, Libya, Syria and Russia are on the agenda of the leadership leaders of the club of the rich countries, before the Summit of Heads of State and Government next month in the south-west of the England.
, Iran and North Korea, Somalia, Sahel and the Balkans, as many "pressing geopolitical problems that suggest democracy, freedoms and human rights", according to London.
"Common Challenges" and "Growing Threats"
The British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab met on Monday, his American counterpart Antony Blinken, both calling for a unified approach.
"The British G7 Presidency is an opportunity to gather democratic and open societies and to be united at the time it is most necessary to face common challenges and increasing threats," said Dominic Raab in a statement .
United States: Sanofi partners with moderna to produce up to 200 million
vaccine doses © Mike Segar, Reuters A bottle of the Moderna vaccine against Cvid-19, photographed in New York, January 29 2021. The French laboratory Sanofi announced Monday that it would produce in the United States up to 200 million doses of the American vaccine against CVIV-19, "to satisfy global demand". Up to 200 million doses of the American Biotech Vaccine Moderna will be produced by the French Sanofi laboratory in the United States.
The US Secretary reaffirmed the United States' commitment to a "rules-based international order" to deal with problems ranging from climate change to post-pandemic recovery.
Meetings between participants are based on a strict protocol because of the pandemic, with reduced delegations, masks, distancing and transparent walls.
The Union's strength
The United Kingdom, which deplores more than 127,500 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic, progressively relaxes its restrictions as the vaccination campaign progresses and that cases decrease, even though Other countries are experiencing new peaks.
These disparities have led to calls for greater international action, including broader access to vaccines.
"None" "challenges we face" can not be effectively recorded by a single country acting alone - even the United States, even the United Kingdom, "said Blinken Monday at his press conference. With Dominic Raab.
Spain: Political officials continue to receive mail with
bullets while the regional elections will be held on May 4, political decision-makers are victims of anonymous letters © Luca Piergiovanni / EFE / SIPA in Spain, the Minister Industry received a letter containing a knife and blood. Threats - While regional elections will be held on 4 May, political decision-makers are victims of anonymous letters in Spain , the campaign for the regional elections of May 4 is marked by strange and threatening letters anonymous.
The heads of the diplomacy of Germany, Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom will be joined by representatives of the European Union.
India, Australia, South Korea, South Africa and the Association of Southeast Nations Asia (ASEAN) have also been invited.
Since its release from the European Union last year, the United Kingdom turns to the Asia-Pacific region.
It also wants broader and stronger global commitments in the fight against climate change, while the country is preparing to host the United Nations Summit on Climate Change (COP26) in November.
strong of their special relationship, London and Washington have adopted common foreign policy approaches, particularly with regard to Russia and China.
an "open door"
after the meeting, which is held in London until Wednesday, the US Secretary of State goes to Kiev to testify to the "unwavering" support from the United States to Ukraine after the deployment of Russian troops on the border, on the back of stretched relations with Moscow.
Monday, Blinken called Pyongyang to engage in the path of diplomacy, Washington wishing to counter the nuclear ambitions of North Korea.
With regard to China, denounced for the repression of the Ughor minority and the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong, Mr. Raab said the "door was open" to an improvement in relations. "But it depends on behavior and acts," he added.
As for Burma, participants will discuss the celebration of February 1st and will receive a situation report. Mr. Raab should encourage partners to take more stringent action against the military junta, including enlarged targeted penalties.
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The London Coldplay group communicated on a potential collaboration with the famous French astronaut, for their next single, available on May 7 at midnight. © Provided by franceinfo "Signal found. Extraterrestrial communication established" posted the ColdPlay group on its social networks on May 5th. With this mysterious statement, only one index: the very distant voice of the Norman astronaut Thomas Pesquet in sound background ...