Wiretapping affair, tensions between Israel and Iran, Golden Globes … The news of this Monday morning

Moselle. A negative PCR test dating back 48 hours maximum will be required to enter German territory from France from Tuesday. Police checks must be random and within German territory in the border area. Paris, which demanded mitigated measures from Berlin, which for its part envisaged the virtual closure of the border with the Moselle, will therefore benefit from a form of preferential treatment because the transition from a region to the category of variant zones implies normally a virtual closure of borders. Our article.

Come-back. Donald Trump reappears and remakes the presidential match for the umpteenth time: in his first speech since leaving the White House, the former US president renewed his lies about the November election, criticized his successor and dangled a hypothetical candidacy in 2024. Our article.

Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday accused Iran of being behind the explosion last week on an Israeli ship in the Arabian Sea. the MV Helios Ray, an Israeli boat carrying vehicles was making the trip between the Saudi city of Dammam and Singapore at the time of the explosion that took place off the Sultanate of Oman. “It is clear that this is an Iranian act. And as for my response, you know my policy. Iran is Israel’s greatest enemy and I am determined to stop it and we will strike it all over the region ”, Netanyahu said.

Citizens’ convention. The 150 citizens voted this Sunday on the level of consideration of their proposals by the government. The result is severe but does not surprise the Ministry of Ecological Transition. Our article.

Golden Globes. In a completely virtual ceremony, American actor Chadwick Boseman received Sunday evening the award for best actor in a dramatic film for his role in Ma Rainey’s Blues, his last performance before succumbing to cancer last August. Andra Day received the award for best actress in a dramatic film for Billie Holiday, a matter of state. Chinese filmmaker Chloé Zhao was named best director for Nomadland, becoming the second woman to win this award. Minari, by American director Lee Isaac Chung, received the award for best foreign language film. Series The Crown of Netflix was crowned in the television categories, with four trophies, including Best Drama Series, for its fourth season.

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Wiretapping business. Nicolas Sarkozy will he be the second former president sentenced under the Fifth Republic after Jacques Chirac? The Paris Criminal Court renders its judgment on Monday in the so-called “eavesdropping” case, in which the former head of state is accused of corruption and influence peddling offenses, which he contests. On December 8, the National Financial Prosecutor’s Office had required four years of imprisonment, two of which, believing that the presidential image had been “Damaged” by this affair to “Devastating effects”.

Burma. The former Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi, held in secrecy by the junta since her arrest on February 1, appears on Monday in court by video conference. The hearing has started and Aung San Suu Kyi is “Seems in good health”, his lawyer told AFP. The 75-year-old ex-leader is facing prosecution for illegally importing walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.

Danone. This Monday, Danone’s board of directors is due to meet to discuss the governance of the company, and implicitly, the future of its CEO. Emmanuel Faber is the target of activist shareholders who would like to see him worry more about profitability and ask for his sidelining, critics that find a certain echo within the group.

Violence. The Ministers of the Interior, Justice and Education are meeting this Monday with prefects, prosecutors and rectors of Ile-de-France to respond to the phenomenon of brawls between young people, which grieved the Paris region last week . This meeting was announced by Gérald Darmanin after the death of a schoolboy and a schoolboy, both aged 14, stabbed during different brawls, in Essonne. last week.

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Swirl. The macronie turned upside down by the front page Libé. The elected members of the presidential majority reacted in dispersed order to the newspaper’s weekend event, which points to the growing reluctance on the left side to vote for Emmanuel Macron in the event of a second round against Marine Le Pen.

Business. Danone CEO threatened by a tidal wave. Loving to present himself as a social boss, Emmanuel Faber is the target of activist shareholders who would like to see him be more concerned with profitability and ask for his sidelining. A decisive board of directors is being held this Monday.

Reporting. “In Guyana, asylum seekers are the worst off in France.” The dismantling of a wild camp in the middle of Cayenne, last Monday, brought to light the exceptional regime of the region in terms of the application of the right of asylum. After the criticism fed by associations, Guyana could finally be endowed with a welcome scheme worthy of the name.

CheckNews. How does Denmark manage to vaccinate much more than France? The country, in relation to its population, vaccinates much faster than all of its European neighbors. Thanks to the number of doses received, but also to ultra-tight flow logistics.

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Wiretapping affair, tensions between Israel and Iran, Golden Globes … The news of this Monday morning