“Ibrahim”, like father, like son

Ibrahim ** by Samir Guesmi French film, 1 h 19 Almost ten years that Samir Guesmi revolved around this story. Since the production in 2007 of his short film, It is Sunday, awarded with numerous awards at festivals around the world. It was already about […]

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Landes: towards local restrictions to fight against the progression of the Delta variant?

The Delta variant of Covid-19 continues to worry the world. Originally identified in India, it is considered to be more contagious than previous strains and potentially more resistant to available vaccines. Its spread is progressing in several countries, including France. Some have chosen territorialized measures […]

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Troadec trial: for Hubert Caouissin, this loot fantasized to the point of delirium “has always existed”

For this second day of the Troadec trial, the Loire-Atlantique Assize Court examines, Wednesday, June 23, the personality of Hubert Caouissin, tried for the quadruple murder of his in-laws in 2017, in Orvault near Nantes. More than six hours of interrogation of the accused and […]

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US panel to review heart inflammation cases after Pfizer, Moderna vaccines

June 23 Advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are set to meet on Wednesday to assess the possibility of a link between rare cases of heart inflammation and the mRNA COVID-19s from Pfizer and partner BioNTech and from Modern vaccine. […]

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India should build COVID-19 vaccine confidence, identify ‘hesitancy hotspots’, says int’l immunization expert

Kolkata, November 9 India should identify COVID-19 vaccine “hesitancy hotspots” pockets, where people may be unwilling to receive immunisation for varied reasons, and then build vaccine confidence, says anthropologist and international immunization expert Heidi J Larson. Several global surveys were being conducted about public willingness […]