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World Coronavirus: the Eiffel Tower will reopen on December 16

20:25  01 december  2020
20:25  01 december  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

French lawmakers pass national security bill that restricts publication of images of police

  French lawmakers pass national security bill that restricts publication of images of police French lawmakers passed a bill on Tuesday that critics say could make it harder for journalists and human rights advocates to hold police accountable. © Julien Mattia/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 17: Security forces use tear gas as they intervene in protests against the French Government's proposed global security law bill on November 17, 2020 in Paris, France. The protesters include activists, reporters and unions who are concerned that Article 24 of the bill, which prohibits the diffusion of images of police "with intention to harm", threatens the press freedom in France.

The Eiffel Tower welcomes visitors on June 25, 2020, after a three-month closure due to France's coronavirus lockdown. These included some of Paris’s most famous landmarks such as the Louvre museum, due to reopen on July 6, and the nearby Palace of Versailles, which reopened earlier this

Workers are preparing the Eiffel Tower for reopening next week, after the coronavirus Visitor stairs are demarcated with social distancing stickers during a presentation of the security measures at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, June 16 , 2020. The Eiffel Tower will partially reopen on June 25.

'They pointed guns at my kids': Florida police raid home of fired data scientist who built state's COVID-19 dashboard .
Rebekah Jones, a former state Department of Health employee, said agents knocked on her door around 8:30 a.m. Monday and took her "hardware and tech.""They pointed a gun in my face. They pointed guns at my kids," Jones tweeted shortly before 5 p.m. Monday.

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