Forest fires, war crimes, Steve Mandanda: midday update – Bretagne

Covid-19: the highest incidence rate in France is… Breton

According to Public Health France, the regions of Brittany (350, +62%), Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (348, +67%) and Grand Est (342, +58%) have the highest incidence rates, while that of Corsica is the only one below 200/100,000. At the national level, last week, it was 293 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, which represented nearly 28,500 new daily cases on average. [Suivez notre direct]

Forest fires: nearly 50 suspected arsonists arrested this summer

48 people suspected of being the cause of several fires were arrested this summer, marked by large forest fires, especially in the south-west of the country, AFP learned from the gendarmerie. Among them, 12 have already been sentenced to terms of up to two years in prison and “more than a dozen” have been placed in pre-trial detention. [Plus d’infos ici]

Drama of Millas: the driver hospitalized after having cracked at the hearing

Judged since Monday after the drama of Millas in 2017, the driver of the school bus was hospitalized in cardiology after having cracked at the hearing this Thursday. “She is in cardiology (…). Under the effect of an intense emotion, his heart had a failure”, indicated Me Jean Codognès, one of his lawyers, without being able to specify if his client could attend or not, Monday, the resumption of the trial which is supposed to last until October 7. [Plus d’infos ici]

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“War crimes have been committed in Ukraine”, according to the UN

According to the UN Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine, “war crimes have been committed in the country” since the Russian invasion in February. “Based on the evidence collected by the commission, it has concluded that war crimes have been committed in Ukraine,” said Erik Mose, its chairman, in a first oral report listing the Russian bombardments on civilian areas, numerous executions, acts of torture, sexual violence… [Suivez notre direct]

France team: Mandanda replaces Maignan before the trip to Denmark

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Steve Mandanda is called up to the France team to replace Mike Maignan (calf), injured on Thursday against Austria (2-0) and forfeited for Sunday’s duel in Denmark. No longer called up since September 2021, the former Marseillais now in Rennes (37 years old, 34 selections), who joins his teammate Adrien Truffert, called up for the first time, will complete the list of three goalkeepers, along with Alphonse Areola and ‘Alban Lafont, summoned for the first time in the absence of captain Hugo Lloris, forfeited for this back-to-school course. [Plus d’infos ici]

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