Elementary school: a muscle debate between Yannick Gadot and Sandrine Rousseau
“You didn’t read my show well”, “You’re raising fears”: Two finalists Primary ecologist Yannick Gadot and Sandrine Russo exchanged several bets on their concept of change, Wednesday evening in the discussion on LCI. From outside, NScandidate
“Environmental Feminism” He tried to challenge Yannick Gadot for his supposed lack of clarity: “We won’t be able to make a mission-wide environmental shift if we don’t say things. We won’t be able to do it by surprise.” As for the Middle East Party, which was a candidate before the first round and came out on top without widening the gap (27.7 vs 25.14%), it stressed that its “working environment” would “be implemented as soon as it comes to power”. The second round will be held online from 25-28 September for more than 122,000 registered voters.
Algeria bans its airspace in Morocco and new tensions erupt
The climb begins again. The Algerian presidency announced, on Wednesday, the “immediate” closure of its airspace to all Moroccan civil and military aircraft and those registered in Morocco. This step comes a month after Algeria announced on August 24 that it was severing diplomatic relations with Morocco, months after that jets of tension Between these two rival Maghreb countries, especially over the disputed region of Western Sahara. The Algerian statement said the decision to close the airspace was taken “in light of the continued provocations and hostile practices on the part of Morocco.”
FC Metz – PSG: How Mbappe came close to setting the lowest fair play goal of the year
It would have stained his image of a kind and well-behaved boy… Kylian Mbappe He was about to cause a scandal in Metz on Wednesday night. Not because of a fault, nor with a bad gesture, but in the action of a game that is usually harmless. The least we can say is that the exchanges between the Paris Saint-Germain striker and Metz goalkeeper Alexandre Occhia have been tense. On a throw-in, Mbappe should have returned the ball to Messines…but he did it clumsily. About 35 meters to the left, the striker sent a long bell-shaped ball in the direction of the opponent’s goal. Strong enough and framed for… an Oukidja lob that went out of his way! Obviously, the behavior of the French prodigy did not please the Metz team. “It would have been better for him to act differently if he wanted to be liked,” Lorraine coach Frederic Antonetti said right after the match.
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