Investigation for rape in an Ehpad, Édouard Philippe, North Korea: midday update – Bretagne

Suspected of having raped a resident of an nursing home in Lorient, a 50-year-old man in police custody

Employed for a few weeks at the Kervénanec nursing home, in Lorient, a man in his fifties is currently in custody at the Lorient police station. He should be brought before the Lorient prosecutor’s office this Wednesday. Originally from the Toulouse region, he is suspected of having raped a resident of the establishment, aged 92 and suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, on Monday. It was another employee of the establishment who allegedly caught him committing this rape, before calling the police. [Plus d’infos ici]

Covid-19: Édouard Philippe claims to have “not neglected” Agnès Buzyn’s warnings

Placed under the status of witness assisted by the Court of Justice of the Republic in the context of the judicial investigation opened on the management of covid-19 by the government, Édouard Philippe affirmed, on France 2, to have “absolutely not neglect the warnings” of the former Minister of Health Agnès Buzyn, “who took this crisis very seriously from the start”. “Each time Agnès Buzyn mentioned a decision to be taken, I implemented it”, insisted the former Prime Minister, admitting however “not to have done everything well”. “No country can say: I did everything well”, he assured, but “there is no criminal offense”. He also said “to assume all the decisions taken by (his) government. That’s being a leader.” [Suivez notre direct]

Immigration: between expulsions and integration, the government pleads for balance

“Be mean to the bad and nice to the good”: the government unveiled the main lines of its immigration bill, which it praised for the “balance” between tougher deportations and an outstretched hand for workers immigrants. This future law on asylum and immigration must, first of all, introduce a series of measures to make the “Obligations to leave French territory” (OQTF) more effective, a subject that has occupied public debate since the murder of Lola by an Algerian national under the influence of an OQTF. “We are now going to register all the OQTFs in the file of wanted persons, the RPF”, to “be able to see that the person leaves (…) and, thus, count all the departures of foreigners”, explained Gérald Darmanin to the “World” . [Plus d’infos ici]

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End of the strike at the TotalEnergies refinery in Gonfreville

The CGT has announced the end of the strike movement which began on September 27 at the TotalEnergies refinery in Gonfreville-L’Orcher (Seine-Maritime), near Le Havre. “The strike was lifted on Monday, following an agreement between management and the union,” said Alexis Antonioli, general secretary of the site’s CGT, confirming information from “Paris-Normandie”. The management of TotalEnergies also announced that “the strike was over”. [Plus d’infos ici]

North Korea fires at least 17 missiles, Seoul denounces a “territorial invasion”

North Korea launched at least 17 ballistic missiles, one of which fell near South Korean territorial waters, prompting South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol to call it a “territorial invasion”. The North Korean military also fired more than 100 artillery rounds in the maritime “buffer zone” between the two countries, as South Korea and the United States carried out in the region. important aerial maneuvers denounced by Pyongyang. [Plus d’infos ici]

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