Death of actor Michel Bouquet at the age of 96

Comedian Michel Bouquet, monument of French theater, died on Wednesday at the age of 96. He is known for having performed Eugène Ionesco’s The King is Dying no fewer than 800 times and has appeared as an actor on the big screen with Chabrol and Truffaut. The actor died “late in the morning in a … Read more

Automobile. Bioethanol, a cheaper but not so organic alternative.

In the face of record inflation and to bring prices down at the pump, US President Joe Biden this week announced the lifting of restrictions on E15, a 15% ethanol fuel, and investments in biofuels. But these decisions are far from wowing experts who have studied ethanol’s environmental impact. “The carbon footprint of ethanol compared … Read more

Vladimir Putin again justifies the invasion of Ukraine, speaks of “fake” in Boutcha.

In the southeast of Russia, not far from China, the Russian President received his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko. A visit to the Vostochny Cosmodrome to talk about the alliance between the two countries, but also about the war in Ukraine. When the country is not officially at war with Ukraine, Belarus serves as a base … Read more

The Pope celebrates the Last Supper in Civitavecchia prison – Swiss Catholic Portal

The Pope will go privately to Civitavecchia prison, northeast of Rome, on April 14, 2022, where he will wash the feet of 12 inmates. There was speculation about the – kept secret – location where Pope Francis would celebrate the Holy Communion Mass. Italian prison chaplains broke the silence in a statement released April 13. … Read more

Salmonella in children’s products: Ferrero denies having reacted too slowly

Ferrero, which was alerted to salmonella at its Kinder factory in Belgium in mid-December, denies having been slow to react as accused by the NGO Foodwatch, while 150 cases of contamination were reported in Europe. Since the end of March, the number of patients affected by salmonellosis, whose symptoms resemble those of gastroenteritis, has continued … Read more

gender neutral now available on passes

As of April 11, a third field is available on US passport application forms that indicates a neutral gender and is marked with an “X”. STEFANI REYNOLDS / AFP The United States has taken another step toward recognizing a neutral gender, neither male nor female, since Monday, April 11. Anyone applying for a passport in … Read more

salmonella. Alarmed in mid-December, Ferrero denies having reacted too slowly.

Ferrero, which was alerted to salmonella at its Kinder factory in Belgium in mid-December, denies having been slow to react as accused by the NGO Foodwatch, while 150 cases of contamination were reported in Europe. All chocolates produced at the Arlon plant – mainly Kinder Surprises and chocolate bons – were finally recalled on April … Read more

what to remember from the day of April 12th

According to regional authorities, the toll in Mariupol is growing. “We can say that in Mariupol between 20 and 22 thousand people died”Pavlo Kirilenko, the Ukrainian Donetsk region governor, said during an interview with American television channel CNN on Tuesday, April 12. That’s double what the city’s mayor, Vadym Boychenko, announced the day before. On … Read more

Russia launches cyber attack on power grid

Russia-linked Sandworm Group hackers have launched a cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid. The Ukrainian government admits it narrowly avoided a catastrophe. That The war in Ukraine is total, and a cyber attack on critical infrastructure with devastating effects. On April 13, 2022, the Ukrainian government announced that it narrowly avoided a hacking attack on the … Read more