TotalEnergies adopts its climate plan in the hubbub, the RN wants to boycott BFM, Eya found in Denmark… The news of this Friday, May 26

Most of the news for this Friday.


At the GA of TotalEnergies, angry activists outside, barricaded management welcomes inside. During the annual meeting of its shareholders in Paris, which environmental organizations tried to block, the energy group had its climate plan adopted and the high remuneration of its boss. A hundred climate activists had taken over the streets surrounding the Salle Pleyel, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, early in the morning, in the hope of blocking the general assembly.

Girl kidnapped in Isère: Eya was found in Denmark with the father and the accomplice. The 10-year-old girl, missing since Thursday, May 25, has been found “in Denmark with his father and his accomplice”, announces Friday, May 26 the parquet floor of Grenoble. She had been kidnapped the day before by her father and an accomplice in Fontaine, near Grenoble in Isère. Both men were arrested.

Trial of the Nice attack: most of the civil parties declared admissible. The special assize court of Paris ruled admissible, this Friday, May 26, most of the constitutions of civil parties, paving the way for possible compensation for the victims. Civil interests are often considered after criminal convictions. At the end of the criminal trial, which was held this fall, some 2,600 civil party applications had been registered.

Boycott of BFM by the RN: Marine Le Pen sorts (once again) the press. Annoyed by the arrival of a journalist from the Quotidien program on BFMTV to follow the far right, the leader of the National Rally (RN) gave her troops the order to boycott the channel. One more time.

An Elon Musk start-up will test its brain implants on humans. The start-up Neuralink, one of Elon Musk’s companies, announced Thursday, May 25 on Twitter that it had received approval from the American health authorities to test its connected brain implants on humans. “This is an important first step that will one day allow our technology to help many people,” said the Californian company on its Twitter account, stating that “recruitments for clinical trials are not yet open”.

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Domestic violence: mediated visits, essential to “guarantee the safety” of children. With “Liberation”, the lawyer specializing in family law Migueline Rosset recalls the importance of the media coverage of visitation rights in cases of domestic violence, after the drama of Dreux.

Proposed takeover of “La Tribune” by Rodolphe Saadé of CMA CGM: journalists fear for their independence. After “La Provence”, the CMA CGM group, owned by the Franco-Lebanese billionaire, announced this Friday, May 26 in a press release the delivery of a promise to purchase for the acquisition of the pure player of economic information.

Iran obtains the release of one of its spies against that of a Belgian humanitarian worker. Detained by Iran in what amounts to a hostage-taking, Belgian aid worker Olivier Vandecasteele was released on Friday after mediation by the Sultanate of Oman. The price of his release was known: that of the Iranian spy Assadollah Assadi, sentenced to twenty years in prison in Belgium for having fomented an attack against a gathering of Iranian opponents in Villepinte, in the Paris suburbs.

“Dad, I am schizophrenic…”: doctor and father of a sick child, he testifies to defend public psychiatry. While a nurse was killed at the Reims University Hospital by a man suffering from mental disorders, a doctor and father of a young man with schizophrenia testifies to the abandonment of the public psychiatric system and the difficulty in coping with the disease.

Cannes Film Festival: “The Old Oak” by Ken Loach, bar and bar and retame. For his final film, the committed filmmaker locks himself in a simplistic political vision without even seeming to believe it.

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