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Facebook updates its policies to clarify what it considers a satire

Facebook plans to update its community standards to clarify how it treats satire on its platform following the recommendations of its Oversight Board. The change in their community's standards comes when the Oversight Board investigated a user who posted a satirical meme showing Turkey had to choose between "The Armenian genocide is a lie" and "Armenians were terrorists who deserved it. ". Facebook initially removed the content for violating its policy on hate speech, as outlined in the social media giant's community standards. However, the content has now been restored after the Oversight Board ruled that Facebook should not have removed it. The Oversight Board noted that Facebook has said it would make exceptions for satirical content, but has not clarified...
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Regional: in Hauts-de-France, Xavier Bertrand largely in the lead in front of the National Gathering

Speech by the outgoing president of Hauts-de-France, Xavier Betrand, in Saint-Quentin (Aisne), Sunday, June 20. AIMEE THIRION FOR "THE WORLD" Bet won for Xavier Bertrand. According to first estimates, the outgoing president of Hauts-de-France (formerly Les Républicains) came out largely on Sunday evening, June 20, with between 43.1% of the vote, according to the Ipsos-Sopra Steria institute for France Televisions, Radio France and LCP, and 44%, according to Harris Interactive, far ahead of its main rival of the National Rally (RN) Sébastien Chenu. The regional and departmental elections live: follow the results and reactions on LeMonde.fr The latter, with 23.5% according to Harris or 24.4% according to Ipsos-Sopra Steria, is nearly 20 points less than Marine Le Pe...
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Euro 2021: Italy flawlessly, Wales also qualified for the knockout stages

Welshman Joe Allen against Marco Verratti on June 20 in Rome. RYAN PIERSE / AFP Three out of three. Already qualified for the round of 16, and with a reshaped team, Italy won its third group match, Sunday, June 20, against Wales (1-0) at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. For this meeting, Roberto Mancini's players notably recorded the return to the starting lineup of Marco Verrati. Relive the matches: Italy and Wales qualified for the round of 16, Switzerland on waivers And in a match largely dominated by his team, it is through the Parisian environment that his team passed to force the Welsh lock. At the 39e minute, Pessina has indeed arisen perfectly on a free kick taken by Verrati to register a goal with the flat foot on which Ward could not do anything. ...
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Regional elections 2021: Xavier Bertrand and Laurent Wauquiez in the lead, the RN and LR neck and neck in PACA

Xavier Bertrand, in Saint-Quentin, June 20, 2021. FRANCOIS LO PRESTI / AFP Thunderclaps don't always strike where you expect them to. Rather than the high level of the National Rally (RN), widely commented and anticipated, it is the abstention record recorded during the first round of the regional and departmental elections, Sunday, June 20, which strikes the spirits. With only 33.9% of participation, never a poll had so little mobilized the voters, with the exception of the referendum establishing the quinquennium, in 2000 (69.8% of abstention). The regional and departmental elections live: follow the results and reactions on LeMonde.fr If it is still too early to draw with certainty the electoral conclusions of this massive abstention, it is clear that the righ...
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Alabama pile-up kills 10 people, including nine children

A pile-up, presumably caused by the tropical depression Claudette, killed 10 people, including nine children, in Alabama. The 15-vehicle tragedy happened on Highway 65 on Saturday about 55 kilometers south of Montgomery, according to Butler County Coroner Wayne Garlock. He speculated that the vehicles had slipped on the wet surface. Eight girls, ages 4 to 17, were i...
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Ducharme says he’s frustrated, but confident he can come back before the end

Montreal Canadiens' interim head coach Dominique Ducharme said he was frustrated to be left on the sidelines due to testing positive for COVID-19 and said there was nothing still certain about the length of his period of isolation. Some media reported on Saturday evening that Ducharme, who has not experienced symptoms of the disease, is expected to remain in isolation for 14 days. "There is noth...
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Ontario Reports 318 New COVID-19 Cases and 12 More Deaths Today | The Canadian News

Rodrigo Diaz M. Ontario is reporting 318 new cases of COVID-19 today. The provincial total of cases now amounts to 542,198. Today's case count is down from 355 yesterday. 345 were registered on Friday and 370 on Thursday. According to today's report, 51 cases were recorded in the Waterloo region, 49 in the Peel region, 45 in Toronto and 26 in Ottawa. All other local public health units reported fewer than 20 new cases today. The number of deaths linked to COVID-19 in the province has risen to 9,019 with 12 more deaths registered today. As of 8 PM yesterday, more than 12.5 million total doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been administered. This represented another record increase of 184,251 vaccinations (35,273 for first doses and 148,978 for second doses) in the last 24 hours. There are mo...
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Five Things You Need to Know About Canadian Gambling Laws in 2021

Whether you want to visit land-based casinos, play online casino games, or make sports wagers in Canada, here are the five key things you need to know about 2021 Canadian gambling laws. Image source: https://pixabay.com/photos/game-bank-use-jeton-place-roulette-1003151/ 1. Gambling Was Not Always Legal in Canada In 1892, The Criminal Code was introduced in Canada to outlaw all gambling based on offences against morality, religion, and public conveniences. The code was not altered until 1969 when lotteries were newly allowed to take place to raise funds for good causes. In 1976, sports lotteries were made legal. It was not until 1985 that the federal government turned over control of gambling activities to individual provinces. Post-1985, that meant many provinces offered gam...
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We tried the best sangrías in the supermarket with ‘doctor’ Sergio: Lidl, Dia, Mercadona, Carrefour …

Related news Summer is coming and they feel like it refreshing drinks. We can take the gazpacho or the salmorejo, for example, but sometimes you want it to have a touch of wine. Sanrgy is one of those drinks that each summer becomes one of our favorites. Making it is relatively easy, but in recent times we have already found it made in the supermarket shelves. Without a doubt, a sign that every day it has more followers. The sangria recipe is easy. Sergio Estevez, economist and lawyer expert in the development of new products, brand extensions and consumer exploration in the food, beverage and spirits sectors, is a founding partner of We taste it. He tells us the simplest recipe to make it. "Sangria comes from a red wine of equal quality," says Estévez. He contin...
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Covid-19: the Delta variant puts Moscow under pressure

No improvement in sight in Russia in the face of the resurgence of contamination by the coronavirus. Moscow recorded infection records this weekend, with more than 9,000 new cases in 24 hours in the capital. This is three times more than two weeks ago.According to the authorities, it is the Delta variant, which first appeared in India, which is responsible for this outbreak, with nearly 90% of patients infected according to the mayor of Moscow.The head of the Kremlin assured that everything is being done to deal with the situation. "Our common goal is to focus all of our efforts on protecting citizens against the coronavirus. First of all, it is imperative to increase vaccination rates. We have what it takes to do it. Russia has four vaccines and new drugs are in development"said Vladi...
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Euro 2021: UEFA opens investigation after homophobic banner and monkey cries in Budapest

Supporters of the Hungarian football team at Ferenc-Puskas stadium in Budapest on June 19, 2021. TIBOR ILLYES / AP UEFA announced on Sunday June 20 the opening of a disciplinary investigation into a homophobic banner deployed in Budapest during Hungary-Portugal (0-3) Tuesday June 15, then monkey cries heard on Saturday June 19 in the platform of the ultras Hungarian in the Hungary-France match (1-1). The European body has appointed "An ethical and disciplinary inspector" to investigate "Potential discriminatory incidents in the Puskas Arena in Budapest" during these two meetings of the group stage of the Euro, she said in a press release. A UEFA spokesperson confirmed that the investigations into Hungary-Portugal focused on a homophobic banner denounced by the anti-discrimina...