Entertainment Inter-lane traffic ban: motorcyclists will demonstrate in Paris
American Muslims welcome the end of Trump’s travel ban
But Biden’s executive order can’t undo the damage that has already been done, critics say. Biden’s fulfillment of his Day 1 promise to Muslim supporters, which he first announced at a Muslim conference in July, signals “a new direction on immigration law and policy, moving away from the Trump Administration’s draconian policies,” the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee said in a statement.
Since January 31,If the idea was to regulate this habit very widespread among bikers, and until now tolerated, the experimentation carried out in ten departments was ultimately not conclusive. , motorcyclists will parade on the Paris ring road on Saturday afternoon, from 1 pm Porte Maillot. They will take the direction of Porte de Vincennes, via the inner ring road, .
Trump’s travel bans caused heartache and suffering. For what?
Tens of millions of Americans either have no qualms exacting such pain on strangers — or no idea about the misery Trump's travel bans caused and the severity of the immigration system that was already in place before he took office. When you think about the Trump administration’s travel bans, think about Hussein Saleh. A U.S. citizen of Yemeni descent, Saleh, 34, has not seen his Yemeni wife and two sons for more than two years after their family was separated when President Donald Trump decided to bar virtually all entry to citizens from a handful of Muslim-majority countries, including war-torn Yemen.
The FFMC manifests for the legalization of inter-files on February 20- FFMC Nationale (@ffmcnat) "Without between lines, there are more "
" motorcycle taxis I get up in the morning and I get on the motorcycle and I no longer feel like I am legal. When we drive today, we are like fugitives ", laments Jess, a motorcycle taxi driver. When he is on the Paris ring road, he goes up the lines of cars. Always with an eye on the mirror, because each time he risks a withdrawal of three points on his driving license. But when the bikers drive quietly, there is no risk, he assures the microphone of Europe 1: "We slide, we go out quietly. The cars are cul-à-cul, they can do nothing . "
"Our job is to save time, in safety, for our customers, to take this path which is the path of bikers", continues the motorcycle taxi driver. "Without inter-lines, there is no longer a job, there are no more motorcycle taxis, it is no longer useful", he laments.
Late Eriksen winner sends Inter into Italian Cup semis as Ibrahimovic sees red
Christian Eriksen scored a last-gasp winner as Inter Milan advanced to the Italian Cup semi-finals on Tuesday with a 2-1 victory over 10-man AC Milan in a fiery derby clash. The quarter-final at the San Siro was overshadowed by a row between star strikers Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Romelu Lukaku, who both scored on the night, with the Swede later sent off in the second half. Tensions were high with Lukaku missing the chance to put Inter ahead on 20 minutes as Milan goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu, standing in for the suspended Gianluigi Donnarumma, saved with his foot.
Less risk, according to the drivers
For his colleague Michel, almost fifteen years of work to his credit, not prohibiting inter-line traffic is also a question of safety. "[If it is forbidden], there would be a two-wheeler between two vehicles. There should be ambulances at every door," he warns. "Because there would be too many accidents! There is a lack of visibility of two wheels and braking is much more effective on a car than on a motorcycle: between two cars, anything can happen", explains the professional at micro d'Europe 1.
More than a return to experimentation, motorcyclists are calling for the legalization of the ski lift, in order to allow driving schools to integrate it into the training of motorists.
Paris Hilton: She is celebrating her 40th birthday - but what did she look like 20 years ago? .
Happy Birthday, Paris Hilton ! The hotel heiress celebrates her 40th birthday today (February 17th). Hard to believe, because the model looks much younger - her wild party years seem to have passed her by without a trace, at least on the outside. For over 20 years Paris has been one of the most famous It girls in the world, but in the course of time it became clear that she is far more than the "blonde stupid" she loved to play.