Offbeat "It's not the right generic": Leïla Kaddour Victim of a live bug at 13 hours from France 2 (VIDEO)
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The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled hundreds of Brompton Electric bikes. In a posting spotted by The Verge, the agency says a software bug can cause the bike's electrical system to continue assisting its motor even if the rider isn't pedaling. According to the CSPC, the flaw can cause "fall and injury hazards." It requires a software update Brompton will provide to affected consumers for free. The recall encompassesThe recall encompasses approximately 600 Brompton electric bikes sold in the US between June 2020 and March 2021. You can find if your bicycle needs service by inputting its serial number into a tool on the Brompton website.
While the televised newspaper of the 13 hours was broadcast on France 2, this Saturday, May 1, Journalist Leïla Kaddour mentioned the incident that occurred when sending the credits.
This is a complicated start ... This Saturday, May 1st at the midday,was in the orders of the televised newspaper of 13 hours from France 2. While the generic was launched, the 40-year-old reporter noticed a Error: In fact, it was the launch music of the JT de France 3. A small bourde committed on this day of work of work and which is, according to her, the "proof that it is live", As she had fun on her Twitter account.
French protesters demand trial for Jewish woman's killer
PARIS (AP) — Protesters in Paris and other French cities on Sunday denounced a ruling by France’s highest court that the killer of Jewish woman Sarah Halimi was not criminally responsible and therefore could not go on trial. Thousands of people filled Trocadero Plaza in Paris, in front of the Eiffel Tower, answering a call by Jewish associations and groups fighting antisemitism who say that justice has not been done. Other protests took place in Marseille, Lyon, Strasbourg, Bordeaux and elsewhere. The announcement that the killer would not be sent to trial sparked outrage among the French and international Jewish community.
"proof that it is done by humans"
"it is not the good credible, but hello to all anyway!", launched on the antennafor the first time during last summer. In the comments under his tweet, Leïla Kaddour simply explained that this "error" is also the "proof that it is done by humans" , which can also occasionally tangle the brushes. An Internet user has had an imagined reaction of the "guy in Régie" who probably said "M ** of why she says it? No one had captured". "The Technician 'Son' de France 2 was at the May 1st manif", swayed with humor another Twitter user.
Gallery: Nagui will stop presenting "Everyone wants to take its place" (practical life)A much less serious technical bug than TF1 last February
This is not the first time there is A small incident during the diffusion of a JT. On Thursday, February 18th, it'swho was confronted with . The Sister of Leïla Kaddour could not present his 13-hour newspaper, as it was originally planned. The reason ? His team was not in capacity of "broadcast a single report" to viewers. At the 20-hour television newspaper, broadcast the same evening, it's that had regarding this enec on the antenna. "Before developing all these titles, a word of explanation, on behalf of all the writing of TF1. Despite all our efforts, we could not disseminate under normal conditions our 13-hour newspaper presented by Marie-Sophie Lacarrau. We have undergone a significant breakdown that was not a cyberattack and which is now repaired ", he said.
proof that it's live ????- Leïla Kaddour ⭐️⭐️ (@leilakan)
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In the French language, steps forward and back for women .
LE PECQ, France (AP) — The fight to make the French language kinder to women took steps forward, and back, this week. Warning that the well-being of France and its future are at stake, the government banned the use in schools of a method increasingly used by some French speakers to make the language more inclusive by feminizing some words. Specifically, the education minister's decree targets what is arguably the most contested and politicized letter in the French language — “e.” Simply put, “e” is the language’s feminine letter, used in feminine nouns and their adjectives and, sometimes, when conjugating verbs.