21 dead in bombings near Odessa: kyiv denounces “Russian terror”
Ukraine denounces ‘deliberate Russian terror’ and renews calls for Western anti-missile systems after deadly strikes in Odessa region as kyiv forces face ‘extremely difficult’ situation in Lysychansk , a key city in the Battle of Donbass. According to the Ukrainian military and civil authorities, at least 21 people, including a 12-year-old boy, were killed before dawn on Friday by three Russian missiles which destroyed “a large building” and “a tourist complex” in Sergiyivka, a town on the Black Sea coast, about 80 km from Odessa, in southern Ukraine. “This is deliberate Russian terror and not a few mistakes or an accidental missile strike,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky denounced late Friday evening, while local authorities assure that “there is no had not the slightest military target” at the location of the strikes. [La guerre en Ukraine]
Strike at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle: 20% of flights canceled
20% of flights were canceled this Saturday morning at Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle, the French airport most affected by a social conflict over wages and working conditions, which could also affect the start of major vacation in a week. The firefighters of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG), the first French airport generally called Roissy, have been on strike since Thursday, forcing the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) to request preventive flight cancellations: part of the tracks must be closed for safety reasons. These cancellations affected one flight in five between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. this Saturday departing from or arriving at Roissy, against one flight in six on Thursday and Friday. The other major Paris airport, Orly, is not affected. [Plus d’infos]
The second stage of the Tour de France live on Le Télégramme
202.2 kilometers are on the program for this second stage which links Roskilde to Nyborg. The route has three climbs listed in the mountain classification, concentrated in the first half of the stage. The profile of this 2nd stage is cut for the sprinters who will nevertheless have to be vigilant to avoid being trapped by any edges in the final. After Yves Lampaert yesterday, the Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl could sign a second consecutive victory on this Tour de France 2022 with its Dutch sprinter Fabio Jakobsen, who is one of the favorites for today. The stage can be followed live by clicking here.
A woman killed and her companion seriously injured near Toulouse
A young woman was killed and her companion seriously injured, Friday evening, in Saint-Orens (Haute-Garonne) south of Toulouse, by a man equipped with a knife, reports La Dépêche. The couple were reportedly assaulted outside their home. The young woman, aged 20, is said to have died after being stabbed several times. The vital prognosis of his companion was engaged, this Saturday morning. The alleged perpetrator, a 27-year-old man, was arrested overnight and taken into custody. According to the prosecution, he knew the victims.
The seventh wave of covid is rising
The circulation of covid-19 intensified last week as well as hospitalizations, especially for the oldest who remain far too many not to have their second reminder. The week of June 20 to 26, the incidence rate increased by 53%, an acceleration compared to the previous week (+29%), according to the latest bulletin from the health agency. On Friday, the number of contaminations amounted to 125,066 cases detected in 24 hours. For comparison, it was just under 80,000 a week earlier. [La pandémie en direct]
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