Skip to content
Guterres in Ukraine, accident in Kervignac, sharp drop in unemployment: midday update – Bretagne

Military truck accident in Kervignac: three people ejected, nine injured

(Anonymous source)

Around 8:45 a.m., a military truck, carrying 19 trainees from the Lorient marine rifle base (Fusco), suddenly left the road at a place called Lumelen, in Kervignac (56). According to the first elements collected by the gendarmerie, the heavyweight would have hit a nozzle before finishing its race in the ditch. Under the violence of the shock, three soldiers were ejected from the truck. Significant resources have been deployed to help them. A total of nine people were injured, one seriously. Hit in the pelvis, she was taken to hospital by the Civil Security helicopter, Dragon 56. [Plus d’infos ici]

The “Brittany” section

Agreement with rebellious France: Hollande warns of a “disappearance” of the PS

François Hollande warned against the risk of a “disappearance” of the PS in the event of an agreement with LFI which would provide for its erasure in the legislative elections of June 12 and 19. “It would be a questioning of the very history of socialism, of François Mitterrand and his European commitments, of Lionel Jospin and his economic credibility and his social progress”, warned the former President of the Republic on franceinfo, saying its wish to see this possible agreement “reviewed or postponed so that the Socialist Party can, with its environmentalist and communist partners, begin to consider another union”. [Plus d’infos ici]

Drame de Brétigny: “The disaster is not due to the aging of the network”, says Pepy

On the 4th day of the Brétigny trial, Guillaume Pepy considered that a “context of aging network” or “poor organization” did not constitute a “robust tree of causes” to explain the Brétigny rail disaster, which had caused seven deaths and more than 400 injuries in 2013. “I do not believe that a context of an aging network or poorly done traceability, or poor organization, is a robust and scientific tree of causes”, has thus declared the ex-boss of the SNCF at the helm, recognizing however an “infinite moral responsibility” to the railway company. “I have no opinion on criminal liability,” he added before the court in Évry. [Plus d’infos ici]

– 5%: the number of unemployed down sharply in the 1st quarter

In the 1st quarter, the number of unemployed (category A, without activity) recorded a further sharp drop of 5%, or 169,100 less registered, to 3.193 million, according to figures published by the Ministry of Labour. Over one year, the decline is 15.7%, or 600,000 fewer unemployed. Including reduced activity (categories B and C of Pôle Emploi), the number of job seekers fell by 2.7% in the 4th quarter (8.2% over one year) and stood at 5.533 million. , according to the Statistics Department of the Ministry of Labor (Dares). [Plus d’infos ici]

Ukraine: “A war in the 21st century is nonsense”, says Guterres

Guterres in Ukraine, accident in Kervignac, sharp drop in unemployment: midday update – Bretagne

“A war in the 21st century is nonsense,” said Antonio Guterres on his arrival in Borodianka, one of the localities on the outskirts of kyiv where the Ukrainians accuse the Russians of having committed abuses during their occupation of the region in March. The UN Secretary General, who is making his first visit to Ukraine since the start of the conflict, made these statements in front of houses in ruins. “I imagine my family in one of these houses (…), I see my granddaughters running in panic. No war is acceptable in the 21st century,” he added. [Suivez notre direct]

letelegramme Fr Trans

Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.