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Jubillar case: excavations move near Saint-Dalmaze cemetery in Cagnac-les-Mines
Florian Brunet: “One day we will tell you the truth about Laurent Koscielny. In the meantime, Marcelo, the more I am interested in the boy, the more I agree”
Omicron: how much to worry about the BA.2 subvariant?
Mercato: an operation over € 150 million, Juve broke the bank for Vlahovic! – Soccer
Denmark will repatriate its soldiers in the face of the demands of the junta
the United States threatens to use the gas weapon in the event of a Russian invasion
Morocco reopens its airspace after more than two months of closure
Marine Le Pen on Marion Maréchal’s choice not to support her in the presidential election: “It’s brutal, it’s violent”
Mercato: the departure of Guimaraes is accelerating, a darling of RC Lens to replace him?
At the trial of Aurélien Chapeau, radical ultra-right activist, denial and self-pity

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The investigators left the surroundings of the Drignac farm in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), near the home of the Jubillars, to focus their research on a new area, located a few kilometers away, near the greenway. A slope robot is clearing the area, in preparation for larger excavations to come in the coming days.

Two weeks after having cordoned off the Drignac road, in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), and squared the surroundings of the burnt farm, the investigators seem to have given up searching this area, where they did not find any clues allowing them to solve the mystery of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar.

The search should move to another area in the coming days. According to our information, the investigators are particularly interested in an area below the Saint-Dalmaze cemetery in Cagnac-les-Mines, opposite the solar farm. A few kilometers from the Jubillar’s home, this sector is close to the greenway.

A gendarmerie car was also present near the greenway, chemin de Drignac.
DDM – Emilie Cayre

A robot on site

A slope robot has been active for several days to clear the area, with a view to more methodical excavations, to come in the coming days.

A team of The Midi Dispatch, present at the scene, noted the presence of several vehicles, including a military truck transporting men.

A slope robot clears the woods near the cemetery.

A slope robot clears the woods near the cemetery.
DDM – Emilie Cayre

The confessions of Cédric Jubillar to a fellow prisoner

The investigators headed for Drignac, near Cagnac-les-Mines, following statements by a cell neighbor of the husband, Cédric Jubillar, at the Seysses remand center, near Toulouse. This detainee told investigators that Cédric Jubillar, the main suspect in this case, had told him that he had buried the body of his wife near a farm in this hamlet.

The gendarmes have initiated investigations in this perimeter, more extensive than those carried out at the beginning of 2021. For this, they meticulously passed radars and metal detectors in the steep and difficult to access undergrowth.

Since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar more than a year ago, her husband repeats that he is innocent. Believing that they had enough evidence against him, the investigating judges indicted him and placed him in pre-trial detention on June 18, 2021.

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The investigators left the surroundings of the Drignac farm in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), near the home of the Jubillars, to focus their research on a new area, located a few kilometers away, near the greenway. A slope robot is clearing the area, in preparation for larger excavations to come in the coming days.

Two weeks after having cordoned off the Drignac road, in Cagnac-les-Mines (Tarn), and squared the surroundings of the burnt farm, the investigators seem to have given up searching this area, where they did not find any clues allowing them to solve the mystery of the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar.

The search should move to another area in the coming days. According to our information, the investigators are particularly interested in an area below the Saint-Dalmaze cemetery in Cagnac-les-Mines, opposite the solar farm. A few kilometers from the Jubillar’s home, this sector is close to the greenway.

A gendarmerie car was also present near the greenway, chemin de Drignac.
DDM – Emilie Cayre

A robot on site

A slope robot has been active for several days to clear the area, with a view to more methodical excavations, to come in the coming days.

A team of The Midi Dispatch, present at the scene, noted the presence of several vehicles, including a military truck transporting men.

A slope robot clears the woods near the cemetery.

A slope robot clears the woods near the cemetery.
DDM – Emilie Cayre

The confessions of Cédric Jubillar to a fellow prisoner

The investigators headed for Drignac, near Cagnac-les-Mines, following statements by a cell neighbor of the husband, Cédric Jubillar, at the Seysses remand center, near Toulouse. This detainee told investigators that Cédric Jubillar, the main suspect in this case, had told him that he had buried the body of his wife near a farm in this hamlet.

The gendarmes have initiated investigations in this perimeter, more extensive than those carried out at the beginning of 2021. For this, they meticulously passed radars and metal detectors in the steep and difficult to access undergrowth.

Since the disappearance of Delphine Jubillar more than a year ago, her husband repeats that he is innocent. Believing that they had enough evidence against him, the investigating judges indicted him and placed him in pre-trial detention on June 18, 2021.

[date_timestamp] => 1643369851 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Florian Brunet: “One day we will tell you the truth about Laurent Koscielny. In the meantime, Marcelo, the more I am interested in the boy, the more I agree” [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/florian-brunet-one-day-we-will-tell-you-the-truth-about-laurent-koscielny-in-the-meantime-marcelo-the-more-i-am-interested-in-the-boy-the-more-i-agree/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 11:21:36 +0000 [category] => NewsagreeBoyBrunetdayFlorianinterestedKoscielnyLaurentMarceloTruth [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/florian-brunet-one-day-we-will-tell-you-the-truth-about-laurent-koscielny-in-the-meantime-marcelo-the-more-i-am-interested-in-the-boy-the-more-i-agree/ [description] => Ultramarines spokesman, Florian Brownt, reacted to the arrival of Marcelo to the Girondins de Bordeaux,... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Ultramarines spokesman, Florian Brownt, reacted to the arrival of Marcelo to the Girondins de Bordeaux, on a personal basis. The ultra sees a good eye on the arrival of the former player of Olympique Lyonnais, vis-à-vis his character.

“Marcelo will have a strong spirit of revenge, he was closed and remained pro, I believe in it… […] The more I am interested in the boy, the more I adhere. Standing up to this point with the Bad Gones who are not lights, while responding sportingly and being serious in reserve, that still means a lot of things. Not a captain for nothing either, I think…”.

Then Florian Brunet talked a bit about Laurent Koscielny, insinuating that we do not yet know everything about the file.

“To give you an idea of ​​the pseudo captain: we met the team 7 or 8 times in two years, participated in talks, interrupted training behind closed doors… We don’t know the sound of the voice of the pseudo captain . You have to do it anyway… […] One day we will tell you the truth about Koscielny. One day… When it will be all gone… Why not now? Because there are ongoing negotiations and this could be a disservice to the club… We remind you that we are only thinking of its interest… But finally, if you read our latest press release, you already have the main lines… The details will be for later…”.

) [summary] => Ultramarines spokesman, Florian Brownt, reacted to the arrival of Marcelo to the Girondins de Bordeaux,... [atom_content] =>

Ultramarines spokesman, Florian Brownt, reacted to the arrival of Marcelo to the Girondins de Bordeaux, on a personal basis. The ultra sees a good eye on the arrival of the former player of Olympique Lyonnais, vis-à-vis his character.

“Marcelo will have a strong spirit of revenge, he was closed and remained pro, I believe in it… […] The more I am interested in the boy, the more I adhere. Standing up to this point with the Bad Gones who are not lights, while responding sportingly and being serious in reserve, that still means a lot of things. Not a captain for nothing either, I think…”.

Then Florian Brunet talked a bit about Laurent Koscielny, insinuating that we do not yet know everything about the file.

“To give you an idea of ​​the pseudo captain: we met the team 7 or 8 times in two years, participated in talks, interrupted training behind closed doors… We don’t know the sound of the voice of the pseudo captain . You have to do it anyway… […] One day we will tell you the truth about Koscielny. One day… When it will be all gone… Why not now? Because there are ongoing negotiations and this could be a disservice to the club… We remind you that we are only thinking of its interest… But finally, if you read our latest press release, you already have the main lines… The details will be for later…”.

[date_timestamp] => 1643368896 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Omicron: how much to worry about the BA.2 subvariant? [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/omicron-how-much-to-worry-about-the-ba-2-subvariant/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 11:06:16 +0000 [category] => NewsBA2Omicronsubvariantworry [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/omicron-how-much-to-worry-about-the-ba-2-subvariant/ [description] => Reading time: 8 mins Spotted mainly in Denmark and also spreading in Great Britain, the... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Spotted mainly in Denmark and also spreading in Great Britain, the Omicron BA.2 sub-variant is currently under the magnifying glass of epidemiologists and virologists who are scrutinizing its characteristics. Should we be worried about this new sub-variant? Will he change the situation concerning the evolution of the epidemic in France, in Europe? Will it push back the expected peak by a few days or weeks or will it single-handedly create a new wave by supplanting BA.1? Today, many questions and uncertainties remain.

Let’s try to take stock by remembering that the mutations at the origin of the emergence of variants are in the order of things in the evolution of this coronavirus, and that not all variants necessarily constitute a new threat.

If at present BA.2 raises questions, it is because of Denmark. The country acts as a pilot fish for Europe with regard to this pandemic, and in particular at the level of this wave linked to Omicron which arrived on its soil a week before France, last December. Denmark had hoped to reach an epidemic peak of its wave of the BA.1 subvariant of Omicron around mid-January. Because if this peak seemed to be emerging in the first days of January, it is now taking a certain delay.

Worse, the epidemic is now flaring up again, and Denmark is reaching European records in terms of new contaminations per inhabitant, with a weekly incidence of nearly 6,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants expected in the next seven days. The Covid-19 mortality curve is also starting to rise again, with more than twenty deaths per day. This country, whose population is equivalent to that of Occitania, now exceeds its peak in mortality for spring 2020 (fifteen daily deaths) and is preparing to reach that of last January (thirty deaths per day).

A strain in three acts

Omicron is a variant of SARS-CoV-2 initially detected in Botswana and South Africa in November 2021. This strain has three sub-variants: BA.1, BA.2 and BA.3. The first, BA.1, is the one we now know well, since it has hit France and the rest of Europe, but also North America since mid-December. BA.1 causes a real avalanche of new contaminations. And for good reason: it is far more contagious than all previous variants (300% to 400% more than Delta, which was itself 50% more contagious than Alpha).

Omicron’s BA.1 variant escapes humoral immunity, that expressed by our circulating antibodies, and can thus infect people even who have been vaccinated three times or people who have already contracted Covid-19 with other strains of the virus. Omicron, on the other hand, seems less virulent, with several hypotheses that could add up.

It would infect the upper ENT area more and our lungs less often. Or it would infect our entire respiratory tree less due to lower viral loads. A third hypothesis is that he would now meet more and more people immunized by the vaccine or by recent Covid infections, whose cell-mediated immunity would have been reinforced and would allow them to avoid serious forms.

BA.2 has a structure quite close to BA.1: it is of the same line, but has twenty-eight mutations different from those of BA.1, in particular mutations on the Spike protein, which could be at the origin of changes in terms of contagiousness and virulence. For its part, BA.3 seems discreet and does not, for the moment, attract the attention of specialists.

The mysterious BA.2

What is the situation in France today? Hard to say exactly. Indeed, if the PCR tests detect BA.2 well as they are positive for SARS-CoV-2, it happens that, depending on the screening methods used, it goes off the radar when it comes to to distinguish it from BA.1.

Explanation (a bit technical) from a medical biologist: “For three weeks, we have been entering a new letter, D, during screening. Unlike the others, we have the choice of the molecular target to fill in this value (we choose the mutation we are going to look at). However, all the mutations present in Omicron are not always 100% present. This is the case of a mutation (del 69-70) present only in the BA.1 subclone of Omicron (ultra majority in France), but absent in BA.2. However, if we use the del 69-70 target to enter the letter D (and thus display “Omicron” in the screening result), in fact we only detect Omicron BA.1. The Omicron BA.2, with this technique, appear as “another variant”.

Thus, the current coding of the tests carried out in the laboratory and the targets used do not always make it possible to distinguish BA.2 from any variant, or even from BA.1. This can lead to underestimating the impact of BA.2.

Still, contrary to what could be written a little quickly, BA.2 is not a “stealth variant”: it does not escape the tests, and the carriers tested do indeed remain positive.

BA.2 has become the majority by supplanting BA.1 in Denmark, and is taking this path in the United Kingdom, Norway, as is already the case in the Philippines and India. We can therefore postulate, without being 100% positive, that BA.2 is more contagious than BA.1, but various other factors may come into play. For example, why does the decline continue in the United Kingdom, which already announces 20% of BA.2 subvariants among its isolated viruses? Will the British trend in turn reverse and rise again?

Will BA.2 be a game changer like it seems to be doing in Denmark and Norway?

We will of course know more in the coming weeks, and today we can only observe what is happening in Denmark, Norway and the United Kingdom. Of course, some scientists venture to predict the expected characteristics of the variant based on its mutations alone, but this remains a highly discussed exercise within the profession, and we prefer to refrain from such bets.

Is Denmark experiencing a simple postponement of its peak by a few days? An extension of its autumn-winter wave by a few weeks? Or even the beginning of a new wave, which would come to support itself on that BA.1 even before it reached its peak, a little like the Omicron wave had done on Delta? Hard to say at the moment.

Flare or drain

The question also arises in France, where a peak was hoped for before the end of January. If the contaminations remain massive, the reproduction rate slowly converges towards the value 1, ie the curve seems to be heading towards a peak or a plateau. BA.2 will it be a game-changer as it seems to be doing in Denmark and Norway, or will the power of the recession come to drain the country’s coronavirus reservoirs as it seems to be doing effectively in UK or Ireland?

To find out, we will have to be attentive to the evolution of the effective reproduction rate, the famous Re. If it goes below the value 1 soon, then we will be heading towards a decline. Remember that at 0.9 the number of cases is halving every month, and at 0.7 every week. But currently, it remains above 1 at the national level, with some rare but notable regional differences.

The number of new contaminations therefore continues to rise everywhere in metropolitan France, except in Île-de-France and Corsica, which have had a reproduction rate flirting with the value 1 for more than a week. These two regions are in unstable equilibrium on the top of their curve, without us understanding very well why, and without knowing very well which way the balance will end up tipping. Reunion, for its part, has a dynamic that resembles that of Denmark. To be explored closely.

Certainties and gray areas

Let’s get back to our sheep, finally to Omicron and BA.2 and to the questions that remain unanswered to this day:

As you can see, there are still a number of gray areas today regarding the new BA.2 sub-variant. The first concerns the very evaluation of the phenomenon in France, a country which really sequences its viral strains too rarely and too slowly. But the disaster scenarios seem at least ruled out so far.

Isn’t it anachronistic to announce reductions in measures, going against the epidemic curve?

However, we find it worrying that the government, like many others in Europe, does not take the measure of the uncertainty surrounding the epidemiological situation today. How, in such a context, can we design a timetable for lifting health measures based on fixed dates and not on health indicators?

All eggs in one basket

In addition, the French strategy seems to focus almost exclusively on the vaccination pass. While this may have long-term benefits such as encouraging the booster dose and protecting the unvaccinated by keeping them away from places at risk, its effectiveness remains very limited on the very circulation of the virus in the population. Worse, this strategy seems to ignore the protection of immunocompromised or immunosenescent people, as well as children whose number of hospitalizations is currently at record highs.

Everyone is fed up with this pandemic and would like to hear that it is on the way to extinction. But is it not anachronistic to announce reductions in measures, contrary to the epidemic curve which continues to climb without seeming to worry about the proximity of national elections, while the Scientific Council recommends caution? Shouldn’t the generalization of FFP2 masks be promoted in an attempt to limit the spread of the virus?

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Children are the drivers of the current growth in the number of new infections. Shouldn’t National Education propose that the upcoming February holidays be used to substantially improve the quality of indoor air in classrooms and canteens? Such an initiative on the part of the government would be welcomed by the majority of the population, and would make it possible to attack the root of the problem, that is to say contaminations where they occur in greatest number.

) [summary] => Reading time: 8 mins Spotted mainly in Denmark and also spreading in Great Britain, the... [atom_content] =>

Spotted mainly in Denmark and also spreading in Great Britain, the Omicron BA.2 sub-variant is currently under the magnifying glass of epidemiologists and virologists who are scrutinizing its characteristics. Should we be worried about this new sub-variant? Will he change the situation concerning the evolution of the epidemic in France, in Europe? Will it push back the expected peak by a few days or weeks or will it single-handedly create a new wave by supplanting BA.1? Today, many questions and uncertainties remain.

Let’s try to take stock by remembering that the mutations at the origin of the emergence of variants are in the order of things in the evolution of this coronavirus, and that not all variants necessarily constitute a new threat.

If at present BA.2 raises questions, it is because of Denmark. The country acts as a pilot fish for Europe with regard to this pandemic, and in particular at the level of this wave linked to Omicron which arrived on its soil a week before France, last December. Denmark had hoped to reach an epidemic peak of its wave of the BA.1 subvariant of Omicron around mid-January. Because if this peak seemed to be emerging in the first days of January, it is now taking a certain delay.

Worse, the epidemic is now flaring up again, and Denmark is reaching European records in terms of new contaminations per inhabitant, with a weekly incidence of nearly 6,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants expected in the next seven days. The Covid-19 mortality curve is also starting to rise again, with more than twenty deaths per day. This country, whose population is equivalent to that of Occitania, now exceeds its peak in mortality for spring 2020 (fifteen daily deaths) and is preparing to reach that of last January (thirty deaths per day).

A strain in three acts

Omicron is a variant of SARS-CoV-2 initially detected in Botswana and South Africa in November 2021. This strain has three sub-variants: BA.1, BA.2 and BA.3. The first, BA.1, is the one we now know well, since it has hit France and the rest of Europe, but also North America since mid-December. BA.1 causes a real avalanche of new contaminations. And for good reason: it is far more contagious than all previous variants (300% to 400% more than Delta, which was itself 50% more contagious than Alpha).

Omicron’s BA.1 variant escapes humoral immunity, that expressed by our circulating antibodies, and can thus infect people even who have been vaccinated three times or people who have already contracted Covid-19 with other strains of the virus. Omicron, on the other hand, seems less virulent, with several hypotheses that could add up.

It would infect the upper ENT area more and our lungs less often. Or it would infect our entire respiratory tree less due to lower viral loads. A third hypothesis is that he would now meet more and more people immunized by the vaccine or by recent Covid infections, whose cell-mediated immunity would have been reinforced and would allow them to avoid serious forms.

BA.2 has a structure quite close to BA.1: it is of the same line, but has twenty-eight mutations different from those of BA.1, in particular mutations on the Spike protein, which could be at the origin of changes in terms of contagiousness and virulence. For its part, BA.3 seems discreet and does not, for the moment, attract the attention of specialists.

The mysterious BA.2

What is the situation in France today? Hard to say exactly. Indeed, if the PCR tests detect BA.2 well as they are positive for SARS-CoV-2, it happens that, depending on the screening methods used, it goes off the radar when it comes to to distinguish it from BA.1.

Explanation (a bit technical) from a medical biologist: “For three weeks, we have been entering a new letter, D, during screening. Unlike the others, we have the choice of the molecular target to fill in this value (we choose the mutation we are going to look at). However, all the mutations present in Omicron are not always 100% present. This is the case of a mutation (del 69-70) present only in the BA.1 subclone of Omicron (ultra majority in France), but absent in BA.2. However, if we use the del 69-70 target to enter the letter D (and thus display “Omicron” in the screening result), in fact we only detect Omicron BA.1. The Omicron BA.2, with this technique, appear as “another variant”.

Thus, the current coding of the tests carried out in the laboratory and the targets used do not always make it possible to distinguish BA.2 from any variant, or even from BA.1. This can lead to underestimating the impact of BA.2.

Still, contrary to what could be written a little quickly, BA.2 is not a “stealth variant”: it does not escape the tests, and the carriers tested do indeed remain positive.

BA.2 has become the majority by supplanting BA.1 in Denmark, and is taking this path in the United Kingdom, Norway, as is already the case in the Philippines and India. We can therefore postulate, without being 100% positive, that BA.2 is more contagious than BA.1, but various other factors may come into play. For example, why does the decline continue in the United Kingdom, which already announces 20% of BA.2 subvariants among its isolated viruses? Will the British trend in turn reverse and rise again?

Will BA.2 be a game changer like it seems to be doing in Denmark and Norway?

We will of course know more in the coming weeks, and today we can only observe what is happening in Denmark, Norway and the United Kingdom. Of course, some scientists venture to predict the expected characteristics of the variant based on its mutations alone, but this remains a highly discussed exercise within the profession, and we prefer to refrain from such bets.

Is Denmark experiencing a simple postponement of its peak by a few days? An extension of its autumn-winter wave by a few weeks? Or even the beginning of a new wave, which would come to support itself on that BA.1 even before it reached its peak, a little like the Omicron wave had done on Delta? Hard to say at the moment.

Flare or drain

The question also arises in France, where a peak was hoped for before the end of January. If the contaminations remain massive, the reproduction rate slowly converges towards the value 1, ie the curve seems to be heading towards a peak or a plateau. BA.2 will it be a game-changer as it seems to be doing in Denmark and Norway, or will the power of the recession come to drain the country’s coronavirus reservoirs as it seems to be doing effectively in UK or Ireland?

To find out, we will have to be attentive to the evolution of the effective reproduction rate, the famous Re. If it goes below the value 1 soon, then we will be heading towards a decline. Remember that at 0.9 the number of cases is halving every month, and at 0.7 every week. But currently, it remains above 1 at the national level, with some rare but notable regional differences.

The number of new contaminations therefore continues to rise everywhere in metropolitan France, except in Île-de-France and Corsica, which have had a reproduction rate flirting with the value 1 for more than a week. These two regions are in unstable equilibrium on the top of their curve, without us understanding very well why, and without knowing very well which way the balance will end up tipping. Reunion, for its part, has a dynamic that resembles that of Denmark. To be explored closely.

Certainties and gray areas

Let’s get back to our sheep, finally to Omicron and BA.2 and to the questions that remain unanswered to this day:

As you can see, there are still a number of gray areas today regarding the new BA.2 sub-variant. The first concerns the very evaluation of the phenomenon in France, a country which really sequences its viral strains too rarely and too slowly. But the disaster scenarios seem at least ruled out so far.

Isn’t it anachronistic to announce reductions in measures, going against the epidemic curve?

However, we find it worrying that the government, like many others in Europe, does not take the measure of the uncertainty surrounding the epidemiological situation today. How, in such a context, can we design a timetable for lifting health measures based on fixed dates and not on health indicators?

All eggs in one basket

In addition, the French strategy seems to focus almost exclusively on the vaccination pass. While this may have long-term benefits such as encouraging the booster dose and protecting the unvaccinated by keeping them away from places at risk, its effectiveness remains very limited on the very circulation of the virus in the population. Worse, this strategy seems to ignore the protection of immunocompromised or immunosenescent people, as well as children whose number of hospitalizations is currently at record highs.

Everyone is fed up with this pandemic and would like to hear that it is on the way to extinction. But is it not anachronistic to announce reductions in measures, contrary to the epidemic curve which continues to climb without seeming to worry about the proximity of national elections, while the Scientific Council recommends caution? Shouldn’t the generalization of FFP2 masks be promoted in an attempt to limit the spread of the virus?

Sign up for the Slate newsletter

Children are the drivers of the current growth in the number of new infections. Shouldn’t National Education propose that the upcoming February holidays be used to substantially improve the quality of indoor air in classrooms and canteens? Such an initiative on the part of the government would be welcomed by the majority of the population, and would make it possible to attack the root of the problem, that is to say contaminations where they occur in greatest number.

[date_timestamp] => 1643367976 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Mercato: an operation over € 150 million, Juve broke the bank for Vlahovic! – Soccer [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/mercato-an-operation-over-e-150-million-juve-broke-the-bank-for-vlahovic-soccer/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 10:33:37 +0000 [category] => Newsas monacoBankbrokeburgundy girondinsChampions Leaguefc nantesfederal leagueFIFAFootFootballFrench CupifJuveLeagueLeague 1Ligue's cupLostmatchMercatomillionogc niceoloperationplayerPremier LeagueprognosisPSGrankingrc lensresultsScoreSoccerteamtransferUEFAVlahovicworld Cup [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/mercato-an-operation-over-e-150-million-juve-broke-the-bank-for-vlahovic-soccer/ [description] => Juventus Turin will break the bank to sign Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic. The total amount... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Juventus Turin will break the bank to sign Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic. The total amount of the operation is estimated at more than 150 million euros!

Vlahovic leaves Fiorentina to join Juve

There is now no longer any doubt: Dusan Vlahovic (22) will leave Fiorentina to sign for Juventus Turin. The Serbian striker arrived in Turin on Friday to undergo his medical examination prior to the signing of his new contract with the Bianconeri. The operation is now tied up and the Italian press reveals the details.

A €75 million transfer

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the amount of the transfer is indeed 75 million euros. It breaks down as such: €67 million base, plus €8 million in bonuses. After having refused for a long time to sell their striker to another Serie A club, the Viola finally gave in to the offer from Turin. No doubt aware that it would have been more difficult for her to negotiate such an amount next summer, one year from the end of her player’s contract.

For his part, Vlahovic has always made Juve his priority. Arsenal tried their luck, but this destination never really wowed the native of Belgrade. In Pimont, the latter will receive a comfortable net salary of €7 million until 2027, for a total of €63 million gross. Finally, the current 5th in Serie A will pay around € 15 million in commissions to the agents of the young prodigy.

Vlahovic will be quoted over €150m

In total, the operation therefore amounts to more than €150 million for Juve! Suffice to say that, despite a complicated financial situation, the Italian club decided to bet very big on Vlahovic to revive after a failed first part of the season. Author of 20 goals in 24 games this season with Fiorentina, the former player of Partizan Belgrade arrives in Pimont with a lot of pressure on his shoulders.

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Juventus Turin will break the bank to sign Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic. The total amount of the operation is estimated at more than 150 million euros!

Vlahovic leaves Fiorentina to join Juve

There is now no longer any doubt: Dusan Vlahovic (22) will leave Fiorentina to sign for Juventus Turin. The Serbian striker arrived in Turin on Friday to undergo his medical examination prior to the signing of his new contract with the Bianconeri. The operation is now tied up and the Italian press reveals the details.

A €75 million transfer

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the amount of the transfer is indeed 75 million euros. It breaks down as such: €67 million base, plus €8 million in bonuses. After having refused for a long time to sell their striker to another Serie A club, the Viola finally gave in to the offer from Turin. No doubt aware that it would have been more difficult for her to negotiate such an amount next summer, one year from the end of her player’s contract.

For his part, Vlahovic has always made Juve his priority. Arsenal tried their luck, but this destination never really wowed the native of Belgrade. In Pimont, the latter will receive a comfortable net salary of €7 million until 2027, for a total of €63 million gross. Finally, the current 5th in Serie A will pay around € 15 million in commissions to the agents of the young prodigy.

Vlahovic will be quoted over €150m

In total, the operation therefore amounts to more than €150 million for Juve! Suffice to say that, despite a complicated financial situation, the Italian club decided to bet very big on Vlahovic to revive after a failed first part of the season. Author of 20 goals in 24 games this season with Fiorentina, the former player of Partizan Belgrade arrives in Pimont with a lot of pressure on his shoulders.

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[date_timestamp] => 1643366017 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Denmark will repatriate its soldiers in the face of the demands of the junta [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/denmark-will-repatriate-its-soldiers-in-the-face-of-the-demands-of-the-junta/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 09:27:44 +0000 [category] => NewsdemandsDenmarkfaceJuntarepatriatesoldiers [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/denmark-will-repatriate-its-soldiers-in-the-face-of-the-demands-of-the-junta/ [description] => To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”.

Malian soldiers march past the heads of the transitional government during a ceremony celebrating National Army Day, in Kati, January 20, 2022.

There will soon be no more Danish soldiers in Mali. Denmark has decided to repatriate its troops deployed in the country due to a new request from the junta, announced the head of Danish diplomacy on Thursday January 27, denouncing a “dirty political game” of the Bamako regime.

“The ruling generals sent a clear message where they reaffirmed that Denmark was not welcome in Mali. We do not accept it and for this reason we have decided to repatriate our soldiers”, Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod said after a meeting in parliament in Copenhagen.

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“We are here at the invitation of Mali. The putschist generals in a dirty political game have withdrawn this invitation (…) because they don’t want a quick plan to return to democracy”, he protested.

The junta in power in Mali since the 2020 coup had asked Denmark on Monday evening to withdraw its troops who had arrived the previous week as part of the European grouping of special forces Takuba, on the grounds that this deployment was “intervened without his consent”.

A departure within “several weeks”

Denmark had initially retorted to be present in the country following a “clear invitation” of the Malian regime and want « clarifier » the Malian demand. The Malian transitional government had reiterated ” insistently “ his request on the night of Wednesday to Thursday.

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For her part, the Danish Defense Minister told the press that the repatriation of the soldiers was going “take some time”.

If a precise timetable cannot be established at this stage, the Danish army considers that it will be necessary ” Several weeks “ to bring men and equipment back to Denmark, she said in a statement.

The World with AFP

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To not miss any African news, subscribe to the newsletter of the World Africa from this link. Every Saturday at 6 am, find a week of news and debates covered by the editorial staff of “Monde Afrique”.

Malian soldiers march past the heads of the transitional government during a ceremony celebrating National Army Day, in Kati, January 20, 2022.

There will soon be no more Danish soldiers in Mali. Denmark has decided to repatriate its troops deployed in the country due to a new request from the junta, announced the head of Danish diplomacy on Thursday January 27, denouncing a “dirty political game” of the Bamako regime.

“The ruling generals sent a clear message where they reaffirmed that Denmark was not welcome in Mali. We do not accept it and for this reason we have decided to repatriate our soldiers”, Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod said after a meeting in parliament in Copenhagen.

With “Le Monde Afrique”, follow AFCON 2022 on WhatsApp

“We are here at the invitation of Mali. The putschist generals in a dirty political game have withdrawn this invitation (…) because they don’t want a quick plan to return to democracy”, he protested.

The junta in power in Mali since the 2020 coup had asked Denmark on Monday evening to withdraw its troops who had arrived the previous week as part of the European grouping of special forces Takuba, on the grounds that this deployment was “intervened without his consent”.

A departure within “several weeks”

Denmark had initially retorted to be present in the country following a “clear invitation” of the Malian regime and want « clarifier » the Malian demand. The Malian transitional government had reiterated ” insistently “ his request on the night of Wednesday to Thursday.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers West Africa in the spiral of military putsches

For her part, the Danish Defense Minister told the press that the repatriation of the soldiers was going “take some time”.

If a precise timetable cannot be established at this stage, the Danish army considers that it will be necessary ” Several weeks “ to bring men and equipment back to Denmark, she said in a statement.

The World with AFP

[date_timestamp] => 1643362064 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => the United States threatens to use the gas weapon in the event of a Russian invasion [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/the-united-states-threatens-to-use-the-gas-weapon-in-the-event-of-a-russian-invasion/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 09:11:37 +0000 [category] => NewseventgasinvasiónRussianStatesthreatensUnitedweapon [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/the-united-states-threatens-to-use-the-gas-weapon-in-the-event-of-a-russian-invasion/ [description] => The United States assured Thursday that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would be stillborn... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The United States assured Thursday that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would be stillborn in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, calling on Russia to “come back to the negotiating table” despite its rather cold first reaction to the American rejection of its key requirements

The fate of Nord Stream 2, this controversial gas pipeline between Russia and Germany, which Washington never wanted but which is now completed with the blessing of Berlin, will certainly be at the heart of the next visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to the White House on February 7 to meet with US President Joe Biden.

Accused of timidity and procrastination, the German government tried to clarify its position on Thursday. The “strong sanctions” being prepared by the West in the event of a Russian offensive also include Nord Stream 2, which is still awaiting commissioning, said the head of German diplomacy Annalena Baerbock.

Based on these words and on its “conversations” with Germany, the American government was even more categorical. “I want to be clear with you today: if Russia invades Ukraine, one way or another, Nord Stream 2 will not go ahead”, warned the number 3 of diplomacy American, Victoria Nuland.

The United States also seized the UN Security Council on Thursday, calling for a meeting on Monday because of the “clear threat” posed in their eyes by Russia to “international peace and security”.

“Clear possibility” of an invasion

President Biden called his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday and reassured him that the United States would respond “resolutely” in the event of a Russian invasion, with the two men discussing the possibility of increased economic assistance, according to a press release. American administration.

The Democrat also raised the “clear possibility that the Russians could invade Ukraine in February”, a date already mentioned by American intelligence, the spokesperson for the American National Security Council said on Twitter.

The West therefore continues to put pressure on Russia, which has shown itself to be reserved, to say the least, the day after receiving written responses from the United States and NATO to its demands to break the current impasse. “The ball is in their court”, “we hope that Moscow will study what we are offering them and return to the negotiating table”, said Victoria Nuland, reaffirming that in the event of “rejection” of this “offer of dialogue the sanctions would be “very painful”.

Some 100,000 Russian soldiers have been camped on the Ukrainian border with their armored vehicles since the end of 2021. Russia denies any plan of invasion, but considers itself threatened by the expansion of NATO for twenty years as well as by Western support for its Ukrainian neighbor. She demanded the formal end to the enlargement of the Atlantic Alliance, in particular to Ukraine, and a return to Western military deployments at the 1997 borders.

The United States and NATO, unsurprisingly, formally rejected these key demands from Moscow on Wednesday, while again opening the door to negotiations on reciprocal limits on the deployment of short and medium range missiles from the two rival nuclear powers. in Europe as well as military exercises near the enemy camp. “We cannot say that our points of view have been taken into account”, regretted the spokesman of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov.

The head of diplomacy Sergei Lavrov also noted the absence of a “positive response” to the main Russian claim. But he did not close the door to dialogue, noting that we could “hope for the start of a serious conversation on secondary issues”.

Beijing supports Moscow

President Zelensky had earlier welcomed the “constructive” diplomatic exercise the day before in Paris, where Russian and Ukrainian negotiators met for the first time in months, under Franco-German aegis, to discuss the conflict between Kiev and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.

Slow but rare progress, the emissaries announced a new meeting for the beginning of February in Berlin. France saw it as a Russian “good signal”, before an interview between Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin scheduled for Friday.

Russia can be satisfied with the explicit support of China, which has defended the “reasonable concerns” of the Kremlin. But Washington also called on Beijing “to use its influence on Moscow” to avoid a conflict in Ukraine, which would “not be good for China either”, because of its “significant impact on the world economy” and “the energy sector”.

) [summary] => The United States assured Thursday that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would be stillborn... [atom_content] =>

The United States assured Thursday that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline would be stillborn in the event of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, calling on Russia to “come back to the negotiating table” despite its rather cold first reaction to the American rejection of its key requirements

The fate of Nord Stream 2, this controversial gas pipeline between Russia and Germany, which Washington never wanted but which is now completed with the blessing of Berlin, will certainly be at the heart of the next visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to the White House on February 7 to meet with US President Joe Biden.

Accused of timidity and procrastination, the German government tried to clarify its position on Thursday. The “strong sanctions” being prepared by the West in the event of a Russian offensive also include Nord Stream 2, which is still awaiting commissioning, said the head of German diplomacy Annalena Baerbock.

Based on these words and on its “conversations” with Germany, the American government was even more categorical. “I want to be clear with you today: if Russia invades Ukraine, one way or another, Nord Stream 2 will not go ahead”, warned the number 3 of diplomacy American, Victoria Nuland.

The United States also seized the UN Security Council on Thursday, calling for a meeting on Monday because of the “clear threat” posed in their eyes by Russia to “international peace and security”.

“Clear possibility” of an invasion

President Biden called his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday and reassured him that the United States would respond “resolutely” in the event of a Russian invasion, with the two men discussing the possibility of increased economic assistance, according to a press release. American administration.

The Democrat also raised the “clear possibility that the Russians could invade Ukraine in February”, a date already mentioned by American intelligence, the spokesperson for the American National Security Council said on Twitter.

The West therefore continues to put pressure on Russia, which has shown itself to be reserved, to say the least, the day after receiving written responses from the United States and NATO to its demands to break the current impasse. “The ball is in their court”, “we hope that Moscow will study what we are offering them and return to the negotiating table”, said Victoria Nuland, reaffirming that in the event of “rejection” of this “offer of dialogue the sanctions would be “very painful”.

Some 100,000 Russian soldiers have been camped on the Ukrainian border with their armored vehicles since the end of 2021. Russia denies any plan of invasion, but considers itself threatened by the expansion of NATO for twenty years as well as by Western support for its Ukrainian neighbor. She demanded the formal end to the enlargement of the Atlantic Alliance, in particular to Ukraine, and a return to Western military deployments at the 1997 borders.

The United States and NATO, unsurprisingly, formally rejected these key demands from Moscow on Wednesday, while again opening the door to negotiations on reciprocal limits on the deployment of short and medium range missiles from the two rival nuclear powers. in Europe as well as military exercises near the enemy camp. “We cannot say that our points of view have been taken into account”, regretted the spokesman of the Kremlin, Dmitry Peskov.

The head of diplomacy Sergei Lavrov also noted the absence of a “positive response” to the main Russian claim. But he did not close the door to dialogue, noting that we could “hope for the start of a serious conversation on secondary issues”.

Beijing supports Moscow

President Zelensky had earlier welcomed the “constructive” diplomatic exercise the day before in Paris, where Russian and Ukrainian negotiators met for the first time in months, under Franco-German aegis, to discuss the conflict between Kiev and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine.

Slow but rare progress, the emissaries announced a new meeting for the beginning of February in Berlin. France saw it as a Russian “good signal”, before an interview between Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin scheduled for Friday.

Russia can be satisfied with the explicit support of China, which has defended the “reasonable concerns” of the Kremlin. But Washington also called on Beijing “to use its influence on Moscow” to avoid a conflict in Ukraine, which would “not be good for China either”, because of its “significant impact on the world economy” and “the energy sector”.

[date_timestamp] => 1643361097 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Morocco reopens its airspace after more than two months of closure [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/morocco-reopens-its-airspace-after-more-than-two-months-of-closure/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 08:56:09 +0000 [category] => NewsairspaceclosuremonthsMoroccoreopens [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/morocco-reopens-its-airspace-after-more-than-two-months-of-closure/ [description] => The authorities were under pressure from a tourist sector hit hard by the closing of... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The authorities were under pressure from a tourist sector hit hard by the closing of the borders.

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Morocco’s border restrictions are loosening. The Moroccan government has decided to reopen its airspace from February 7 to flights to and from the country, after more than two months of closure, according to a press release released Thursday, January 27. Authorities were under pressure from a bankrupt tourism sector and Moroccans stranded abroad, as borders have been closed since November 29 due to an outbreak of the Omicron variant.

Despite the announcement of a two billion dirham (190 million euro) tourism support plan, tourist operators demonstrated on Wednesday to demand the reopening of borders. Because this measure to fight the Covid-19 epidemic has hit the tourism, hotel and catering industry hard, a vital sector for the economy of the kingdom.

“This decision comes (…) following the recommendations of the scientific and technical commission and taking into account the evolution of the epidemiological situation in the kingdom”, the statement said. The government also extended Thursday the state of health emergency in force since 2020, throughout the territory, until February 28.

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The authorities were under pressure from a tourist sector hit hard by the closing of the borders.

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Morocco’s border restrictions are loosening. The Moroccan government has decided to reopen its airspace from February 7 to flights to and from the country, after more than two months of closure, according to a press release released Thursday, January 27. Authorities were under pressure from a bankrupt tourism sector and Moroccans stranded abroad, as borders have been closed since November 29 due to an outbreak of the Omicron variant.

Despite the announcement of a two billion dirham (190 million euro) tourism support plan, tourist operators demonstrated on Wednesday to demand the reopening of borders. Because this measure to fight the Covid-19 epidemic has hit the tourism, hotel and catering industry hard, a vital sector for the economy of the kingdom.

“This decision comes (…) following the recommendations of the scientific and technical commission and taking into account the evolution of the epidemiological situation in the kingdom”, the statement said. The government also extended Thursday the state of health emergency in force since 2020, throughout the territory, until February 28.

[date_timestamp] => 1643360169 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Marine Le Pen on Marion Maréchal’s choice not to support her in the presidential election: “It’s brutal, it’s violent” [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/marine-le-pen-on-marion-marechals-choice-not-to-support-her-in-the-presidential-election-its-brutal-its-violent/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 08:37:31 +0000 [category] => NewsBrutalChoiceElectionMaréchalsMarineMarionPenpresidentialsupportViolent [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/marine-le-pen-on-marion-marechals-choice-not-to-support-her-in-the-presidential-election-its-brutal-its-violent/ [description] => Guest of the CNEWS morning show this Friday, Marine Le Pen (RN) returned to the... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Guest of the CNEWS morning show this Friday, Marine Le Pen (RN) returned to the choice of Marion Maréchal, her niece, not to support her in the next presidential election. “It’s brutal, it’s violent,” she conceded.

“I have a special story with Marion because I raised her with my sister during the first years of her life, so obviously it’s brutal, it’s violent, it’s difficult for me,” he said. she underlined, very moved.

In addition to the “painful” personal aspect, Marine Le Pen also testified to her “political incomprehension”. “She (Marion Maréchal, editor’s note) had indicated that she would support whoever is best placed. Undoubtedly, I am much better placed today than Eric Zemmour since I am given in the second round and I believe – given the polls – in the ability to win against Emmanuel Macron”, she explained.

These statements come as Marion Maréchal has indicated that she will not return to the National Rally for the presidential battle and that she will not support her aunt either, whom she blames for her ideological changes.

“I experienced seven years of party discipline, which I experienced badly, even if I don’t regret anything. My nature is not to recite elements of language”, she also underlined.

Towards support for Eric Zemmour?

However, Marion Maréchal does not draw a line under politics. According to Le Parisien, she would even hesitate to join Eric Zemmour, who continues to siphon off the RN. “I’m thinking. No decision has been made,” she told our colleagues.

“I don’t know who is best. The campaign is still long. Éric Zemmour has a greater margin of progression among the working classes and abstentionists than Marine Le Pen among the upper classes, ”added the director of Issep.

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Guest of the CNEWS morning show this Friday, Marine Le Pen (RN) returned to the choice of Marion Maréchal, her niece, not to support her in the next presidential election. “It’s brutal, it’s violent,” she conceded.

“I have a special story with Marion because I raised her with my sister during the first years of her life, so obviously it’s brutal, it’s violent, it’s difficult for me,” he said. she underlined, very moved.

In addition to the “painful” personal aspect, Marine Le Pen also testified to her “political incomprehension”. “She (Marion Maréchal, editor’s note) had indicated that she would support whoever is best placed. Undoubtedly, I am much better placed today than Eric Zemmour since I am given in the second round and I believe – given the polls – in the ability to win against Emmanuel Macron”, she explained.

These statements come as Marion Maréchal has indicated that she will not return to the National Rally for the presidential battle and that she will not support her aunt either, whom she blames for her ideological changes.

“I experienced seven years of party discipline, which I experienced badly, even if I don’t regret anything. My nature is not to recite elements of language”, she also underlined.

Towards support for Eric Zemmour?

However, Marion Maréchal does not draw a line under politics. According to Le Parisien, she would even hesitate to join Eric Zemmour, who continues to siphon off the RN. “I’m thinking. No decision has been made,” she told our colleagues.

“I don’t know who is best. The campaign is still long. Éric Zemmour has a greater margin of progression among the working classes and abstentionists than Marine Le Pen among the upper classes, ”added the director of Issep.

[date_timestamp] => 1643359051 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Mercato: the departure of Guimaraes is accelerating, a darling of RC Lens to replace him? [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/mercato-the-departure-of-guimaraes-is-accelerating-a-darling-of-rc-lens-to-replace-him/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 08:21:40 +0000 [category] => NewsacceleratingDarlingdepartureGuimaraesLensMercatoReplace [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/mercato-the-departure-of-guimaraes-is-accelerating-a-darling-of-rc-lens-to-replace-him/ [description] => Zapping But! Football Club OL: the figures of Depay’s career with Les Gones For a... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Zapping But! Football Club OL: the figures of Depay’s career with Les Gones

For a club which was to experience an end to the white transfer window this winter, OL are more agitated than expected. And for good reason: the imminent departure of Bruno Guimaraes from Newcastle has changed the game. According to Sky Sport, the two teams have finally agreed on the transfer of the Brazilian midfielder.

Amount of the operation: €40m plus bonuses of around €10m and remote medical examination today (the player is currently in the Brazilian selection). While the Brestois Romain Faivre is still mentioned to be recruited in the event of departure, it will then be a question for OL of finding a replacement in Guimaraes and concluding the deal in 48 hours.

Zorgane and Savanier appeal to OL

According to L’Équipe, it will not be Clément Grenier (31 years old). As mentioned last night, the recruitment unit, on the other hand, observes profiles abroad such as those of Ellyes Skhiri (Cologne, 26 years old)… or Adem Zorgane (Charleroi, 22 years old). For the latter, the sports daily specifies that it is “a very complicated file to carry out”, the player being in particular tracked for months by RC Lens for an arrival this summer.

Finally, we learn that Peter Bosz is very fond of Montpellier’s Téji Savanier, whom he discovered when he arrived in Ligue 1. But it will be almost impossible for OL to attract captain Pailladin (30) this winter, whose the MHSC absolutely does not wish to separate. The player also has a proposal for a two-year contract extension in his hands, which he has not yet signed.

to summarize

If Olympique Lyonnais is becoming more and more discreet about a possible departure of Bruno Guimaraes to Newcastle on this winter transfer window, his replacement would be about to be identified: Adem Zorgane, followed by RC Lens.

) [summary] => Zapping But! Football Club OL: the figures of Depay’s career with Les Gones For a... [atom_content] =>

Zapping But! Football Club OL: the figures of Depay’s career with Les Gones

For a club which was to experience an end to the white transfer window this winter, OL are more agitated than expected. And for good reason: the imminent departure of Bruno Guimaraes from Newcastle has changed the game. According to Sky Sport, the two teams have finally agreed on the transfer of the Brazilian midfielder.

Amount of the operation: €40m plus bonuses of around €10m and remote medical examination today (the player is currently in the Brazilian selection). While the Brestois Romain Faivre is still mentioned to be recruited in the event of departure, it will then be a question for OL of finding a replacement in Guimaraes and concluding the deal in 48 hours.

Zorgane and Savanier appeal to OL

According to L’Équipe, it will not be Clément Grenier (31 years old). As mentioned last night, the recruitment unit, on the other hand, observes profiles abroad such as those of Ellyes Skhiri (Cologne, 26 years old)… or Adem Zorgane (Charleroi, 22 years old). For the latter, the sports daily specifies that it is “a very complicated file to carry out”, the player being in particular tracked for months by RC Lens for an arrival this summer.

Finally, we learn that Peter Bosz is very fond of Montpellier’s Téji Savanier, whom he discovered when he arrived in Ligue 1. But it will be almost impossible for OL to attract captain Pailladin (30) this winter, whose the MHSC absolutely does not wish to separate. The player also has a proposal for a two-year contract extension in his hands, which he has not yet signed.

to summarize

If Olympique Lyonnais is becoming more and more discreet about a possible departure of Bruno Guimaraes to Newcastle on this winter transfer window, his replacement would be about to be identified: Adem Zorgane, followed by RC Lens.

[date_timestamp] => 1643358100 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => At the trial of Aurélien Chapeau, radical ultra-right activist, denial and self-pity [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/at-the-trial-of-aurelien-chapeau-radical-ultra-right-activist-denial-and-self-pity/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Fri, 28 Jan 2022 07:01:48 +0000 [category] => NewsactivistAurélienChapeaudenialradicalselfpitytrialultraright [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/at-the-trial-of-aurelien-chapeau-radical-ultra-right-activist-denial-and-self-pity/ [description] => Members and supporters of the far-right group Génération Identitaire, during a demonstration in Paris in... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The trial of Aurélien Chapeau, a radical ultra-right anti-Semitic and supremacist activist, tried in the Paris court for “individual terrorist enterprise”, continued on Thursday, January 27. The same day as the International Day dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust. There was never any mention of this annual commemoration during the hearing. And yet, there would have been something.

The obsessive anti-Semitic hatred of Aurélien Chapeau, 38, occupied a good part of the audience. Already the day before, the court had examined compulsive searches on the Internet – on Jews, Freemasons, the Great Replacement, the IIIe Reich, etc. – of this trained cook who spent seven years in the army and has worked since 2011 as an agent for a security company.

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From 2018, even though he was in the crosshairs of the justice system for death threats against a leader of SOS-Racisme Limousin and police officers, and a search of his home revealed day of illegally acquired weapons, Aurélien Chapeau continues to radicalize. Ad nauseam. He subscribes to White Wolf and Zyklon B on Telegram, downloads five times The Great Replacement, the manifesto of Brenton Tarrant, the Australian terrorist who killed 51 people in two mosques in Christchurch (New Zealand) on March 15, 2019.

Even more worrying, his Google searches are becoming more concrete in 2019 and 2020: “Kill Limoges Jews”, “poison a groundwater table”. In January 2020, he posted a series of seven photos of buildings belonging to Jewish institutions accompanied by their address: a school in Montrouge, cultural and religious centers in Strasbourg, Clermond-Ferrand, Limoges, Neuilly. “I did a random search on Google Maps. It was to make the buzz. I erased them twenty-four hours later. That’s what I blame myself the most for (…) I thought that was going too far. It’s too unhealthy. » “I deserve to be punished, if only for school”, he said. Then he adds: “If people want to attack Jewish places, they don’t need me. »

“I’m not going to apologize every two minutes”

For him, this Internet search does not correspond to a “tracking”. This is not the opinion of the public prosecutor. The judge tries to explain to him that “individual terrorist enterprise” does not designate a « tentative » but one “purpose”, a trajectory. Aurélien Chapeau finds it difficult to understand.

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The trial of Aurélien Chapeau, a radical ultra-right anti-Semitic and supremacist activist, tried in the Paris court for “individual terrorist enterprise”, continued on Thursday, January 27. The same day as the International Day dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust. There was never any mention of this annual commemoration during the hearing. And yet, there would have been something.

The obsessive anti-Semitic hatred of Aurélien Chapeau, 38, occupied a good part of the audience. Already the day before, the court had examined compulsive searches on the Internet – on Jews, Freemasons, the Great Replacement, the IIIe Reich, etc. – of this trained cook who spent seven years in the army and has worked since 2011 as an agent for a security company.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Aurélien Chapeau, ultra-right lone wolf or anti-Semitic troll?

From 2018, even though he was in the crosshairs of the justice system for death threats against a leader of SOS-Racisme Limousin and police officers, and a search of his home revealed day of illegally acquired weapons, Aurélien Chapeau continues to radicalize. Ad nauseam. He subscribes to White Wolf and Zyklon B on Telegram, downloads five times The Great Replacement, the manifesto of Brenton Tarrant, the Australian terrorist who killed 51 people in two mosques in Christchurch (New Zealand) on March 15, 2019.

Even more worrying, his Google searches are becoming more concrete in 2019 and 2020: “Kill Limoges Jews”, “poison a groundwater table”. In January 2020, he posted a series of seven photos of buildings belonging to Jewish institutions accompanied by their address: a school in Montrouge, cultural and religious centers in Strasbourg, Clermond-Ferrand, Limoges, Neuilly. “I did a random search on Google Maps. It was to make the buzz. I erased them twenty-four hours later. That’s what I blame myself the most for (…) I thought that was going too far. It’s too unhealthy. » “I deserve to be punished, if only for school”, he said. Then he adds: “If people want to attack Jewish places, they don’t need me. »

“I’m not going to apologize every two minutes”

For him, this Internet search does not correspond to a “tracking”. This is not the opinion of the public prosecutor. The judge tries to explain to him that “individual terrorist enterprise” does not designate a « tentative » but one “purpose”, a trajectory. Aurélien Chapeau finds it difficult to understand.

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