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Presidential: Sandrine Rousseau excluded from Yannick Jadot’s campaign

It’s a scandal that Yannick Jadot would have done well: the finalist of the environmental primary Sandrine Rousseau was excluded from her campaign team on Thursday after the publication in the press of vitriolic remarks on the strategy of a campaign without dynamics . They had sworn to have changed, after a peaceful primary, but the environmentalists are once again reviving the internal bickering. This time, they take place a little over a month from the first round, while Yannick Jadot is nailed around 5 to 6% in the polls.

Yannick Jadot had pretended to include Sandrine Rousseau in several campaign events. But he had to speak several times to recall, after statements from his runner-up, that he was indeed the candidate. The first act of the drama took place in the early evening with the publication by The Parisian of an article compiling several remarks reported by Sandrine Rousseau. The latter generally regrets a campaign without “narrative”in which she is not involved enough for her taste. “Our great political strategists are just lame! I’m going crazy ! They crash on everything… It’s a mess”it is attributed to him in particular.

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Contacted by AFP, the cantor of “eco-feminism” completely denied: “These are only reported words, from the hallway”. Twenty minutes later came a pithy press release from Mounir Satouri, Yannick Jadot’s campaign manager. This article “illustrates his choices to make a personal expression prevail over the collective”believes the strategist. “We take note of his decision. Sandrine Rousseau therefore no longer assumes responsibilities within the environmental campaign.he adds. “She no longer chairs the political council, she is no longer the candidate’s special adviser”he told AFP, listing the key positions that Sandrine Rousseau held … in theory.

Ukraine: Europe’s largest nuclear power plant hit by Russian strikes

Europe’s largest atomic power plant, Zaporizhia, Ukraine, was hit by Russian military strikes on Friday that sparked a fire, but its safety is “warranty” according to Kiev, which accused Moscow of resorting to “nuclear terror”. According to Kiev, Russian tank fire on the plant set fire to a building dedicated to training and a laboratory. The emergency services said they were able to access the site and put out the fire around 06:20 (04:20 GMT), after being prevented from doing so by Russian soldiers.

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“Nuclear security is now guaranteed”, said on Facebook Oleksandre Staroukh, head of the military administration of the Zaporizhia region. The attack did not cause any casualties, said Ukrainian relief on the social network. Radioactivity levels remain unchanged at the site of the plant, which has six nuclear reactors and provides much of the country’s energy, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said. no equipment” essential » has been damaged. The IAEA “calls for an end to the use of force and warns of a grave danger if the reactors are hit”the organization tweeted.

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According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russian tanks opened fire on the plant. “These tanks are equipped with thermal sights so they know what they are doing, they were prepared”, he claimed in a video released by the Ukrainian presidency. He accused Moscow of resorting to ” nuclear terror and to want ” repeat “ the Chernobyl disaster, the worst in history in 1986. “We alert everyone to the fact that no other country apart from Russia has ever fired on nuclear power plants. This is the first time in our history, the first time in the history of mankind. This terrorist state is now resorting to nuclear terror”he said.

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Channel: rescue of 202 migrants trying to reach England

Two hundred and two migrants in difficulty as they tried to cross the Channel to reach England on Thursday were rescued in the Strait of Pas-de-Calais, said the maritime prefecture in a press release. During the night of Wednesday to Thursday, then during the day of Thursday, the regional operational center for surveillance and rescue (CROSS) Gris-Nez identified “several boats in difficulty in the Strait of Pas-de-Calais”said the maritime prefecture of the Channel and the North Sea in a press release.

The Cross then engaged several nautical resources to help people in difficulty, including the intervention tug Abeille Languedoc, chartered by the French Navy, said the prefecture. Arrived on zone, “the tug found that the boat had taken on water and that some of the castaways were at sea”, she added. At the same time, the Dauphin helicopter, of the French Navy, was also engaged “in order to carry out searches and ensure that all the castaways have been rescued”. The ship picked up 43 castaways on board. The tugboat then intervened on two other operations recovering a total of 56 shipwrecked people that it dropped off at the port of Boulogne-sur-Mer.

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In addition, the SNSM rescued 41 people, a French Navy patrol boat recovered 16 migrants on board and another from customs, 46. Since the end of 2018, illegal crossings of the Channel by migrants seeking to reach the United Kingdom are increasing despite repeated warnings from the authorities which stress the danger linked to the density of traffic, strong currents and low water temperatures. These attempts left at least 30 dead and four missing in 2021, according to a report from the maritime prefecture. An exile candidate died at sea in January.

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