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11:20  22 january  2021
11:20  22 january  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

Alarm after Senegal's 'best student' goes missing in France

  Alarm after Senegal's 'best student' goes missing in France Concern was growing Tuesday over the whereabouts of a prize-winning Senegalese female student and published novelist based in Paris who has been missing for over a week. French authorities have launched a missing persons probe to find Diary Sow, 20, who has been not been seen since January 4 in a case that has caused concern in Senegal and France. She won an award for being Senegal's best student in 2018 and 2019 and also wrote a novel published in France last year, "The Face of an Angel".After the Christmas holidays, she failed to show up at the prestigious Louis-Le-Grand lycee (high school) in Paris where she has been studying for two years.

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Coronavirus: PCR tests required before arrival in France for European travelers

France is tightening its entry requirements. From Sunday at midnight, a negative PCR test carried out 72 hours before departure will be required for most European travelers wanting to enter its territory to try to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, announced the president Emmanuel Macron at the European Council, reported the Elysee late Thursday evening. This obligation will apply "excluding essential travel", specified the Elysee: "Frontier workers and land transport will in particular be exempt". During this videoconference summit, Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission ruled that "all non-essential travel should be strongly discouraged", because of a "very serious health situation".

PCR test, isolation: entry conditions in France made more stringent

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Disappearance of Diary Sow: Senegalese student says "take a break", according to letter published by a relative

This letter asks more questions than it answers. The young Senegalese student in Paris, Diary Sow, whose disappearance put her country in turmoil, said to be well and to have taken "a little break to find [her] spirits", in exchanges published Thursday evening by a relative. The words made public by Water Minister Serigne Mbaye Thiam, who has taken the student under his wing, are the first reliable and public manifestation of life on her part since her disappearance in early January. Diary Sow, 20, enrolled in preparatory class at the prestigious Parisian lycée Louis-Le-Grand, said he had sought a kind of “salutary respite” without being able to explain the reason. She says she is surprised and "sorry" at the emotion her disappearance has caused. The published exchanges say nothing of where the young woman is, known in Senegal as the embodiment of academic excellence and achievement.

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Travelers without the test must take a PCR or rapid antigen test at their own expense upon arrival and proceed immediately to quarantine for 10 days at a government approved accommodation. If it ’ s negative, the visitor can transfer to a hotel or home to complete the remainder of their quarantine.

Tempête Hortense: Météo France places four departments on orange vigilance

The storm Hortense is approaching the coast of New Aquitaine. Météo France placed the Landes and the Pyrénées-Atlantiques on orange alert for strong winds until Friday. The Gironde, for its part, has been demoted to yellow vigilance. In the south-east, Corsica is on orange alert for thunderstorms in the afternoon and strong winds, and southern Corsica is also for waves-submersion.

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Senegal's 'best student,' who went missing in France, goes home .
Diary Sow, an outstanding Senegalese student whose disappearance in France this month sparked concern in both countries, has returned home to the West African state, local media reported on Friday. Well-known in Senegal, Sow won an award for being the country's best student in 2018 and 2019. But the 20-year-old went missing from the prestigious Louis-Le-Grand lycee (high school) in Paris this month, where she was enrolled. Her disappearance wasWell-known in Senegal, Sow won an award for being the country's best student in 2018 and 2019.

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