Juan Vivas demands the maintenance of the visa for Moroccans wishing to go to Sebta

The president of Ceuta asked Thursday that the visa requirement be maintained for all Moroccans who wish to enter the presidency. During a press conference, Juan Vivas indicated that this measure would have contributed to reducing customs entries to 80% and had a remarkably positive impact on the presidency. The official also said that he … Read more

Half of Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune gone up in smoke

Meta’s setbacks have repercussions on the fortunes of its CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. And while the past year has been tough for just about every US tech giant, it’s been especially tough for the Facebook founder. His fortune was halved and continued to evaporate according to the Business AM site in its publication of this Tuesday, … Read more

Faced with inflation, Air France increases wages and grants a bonus

Published on : 09/15/2022 – 07:25 The cost of living continues to rise sharply in France. The government has revised inflation for 2022 upwards to 5.3%. In this context, wage demands and promises of help are multiplying. Latest example at Air France. Air France will grant a gradual increase of 5% in wages, paid in … Read more

in France, the discontent rises against the “dark stores”

Published on : 09/11/2022 – 21:27 In France, the explosion in the number of “dark stores” is making people cringe. So, to regulate their development, the government is preparing a decree, especially since local residents denounce the nuisances caused by these spaces. In the space of an hour, twenty motorcycles take turns in a continuous … Read more

those who have nothing, ordinary people and smart people

A food bank in Marseille. Credit: Yohanne Lamoulère/Tendance Floue CHRONICLE – Our political leaders struggle to correctly identify the different social classes and their specific needs. It is even difficult for them to name them without stigmatizing them. Where have the “high rollers” motorists gone for professional reasons? We only talked about them at the … Read more

France: the resurgence of chicken meat imports puts the poultry sector in difficulty

Published on : 09/09/2022 – 00:01 Still shaken by the devastation caused by avian flu, the French poultry sector is sounding the alarm. Chicken imports have increased sharply this year, a real concern for the profession. The year 2022 confirms the return to the rise in poultry imports in France, a real threat for the … Read more

Olaf Scholz continues his quest for gas around the world in Canada

By Ludovic Hirtzmann Posted on 08/19/2022 at 17:36, Update on 08/19/2022 at 17:36 The construction of the LNG terminal in Kitimat, British Columbia, in 2022. It was to deliver gas between 2023 and 2025 for Asian markets. LNG Canada Ottawa has huge oil and gas reserves but lacks the means to export them. To Montreal … Read more

A visa for elsewhere – By Naïm Kamal

We are witnessing rivers of whining about the refusal of French visas to Moroccans “offering all the guarantees” not to turn into illegal immigrants. These jeremiads conceal indecency, the first of which is the indifference that we have often had for the ordeal of the equally national “quidams” who, since the introduction of visas nearly … Read more

France “less advanced” than Spain, admits the French Minister of Agriculture

France is making progress on installing cameras in slaughterhouses, but is “less ahead” that Spain, which has just generalized video surveillance this week, recognized the French Minister of Agriculture on Friday, visiting Madrid to meet his Spanish counterpart. “Sometimes, we are less ahead or less advanced… We are moving forward on these subjects, it must … Read more

National or American? When the nuclear “war of the sectors” tore France apart

By Bertille Bayart Posted 2 minutes ago, Update 2 minutes ago Left: EDF has built in Saint-Laurent-des-Eaux, in the Loir-et-Cher, the last reactor with French technology, using natural uranium. The site was completed in 1969. Right: De Gaulle, in 1967, had wanted them UNGG. However, the reactors of Fessenheim, in the Haut-Rhin, are the first … Read more