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Telework and walk in the woods: happy as a Finn in the time of the Covid

Hakaniemi Sunday Market in Helsinki on November 1. LEHTIKUVA / via REUTERS Is it pragmatism or is it the pleasure of seeing everyday life suddenly slow down? For three quarters of Finns, the containment measures, imposed in the spring by the government to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, were easy to live with. Almost a quarter of them (compared to 9% of the French) even find that their quality of life has improved, according to the latest Eurobarometer survey, published in October and covering 1,028 interviews carried out online between July 17 and August 4. First explanation: compared to many European countries, Finland has opted for light containment. If schools and universities closed on March 18 - until May 14 - the 5.5 million inhabitan...
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“No Amazon in my area”, proclaims a collective from Loire-Atlantique

Computer generated image of the Amazon platform project in Montbert, south of Nantes. - MRAE Several hundred elected officials, association activists and members of civil society gathered in the Stop Amazon 44 collective. They sign a platform with the aim of "refusing the arrival of Amazon and its world in our territories!" " While the debate on competition between Amazon and small businesses has resurfaced in this second confinement, discontent is mounting in Loire-Atlantique where the online commerce giant must set up its future large platform in Montbert, south of Nantes. Thursday,...
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In the Var, investigation into a clandestine “people” evening during confinement

“La fête des 500.” This is how the inhabitants of Flayosc now call it, a small village near Draguignan, in the Var. While the re-containment has closed the few terraces and the animation is scarce on the pretty village square, this clandestine evening held in a villa on the heights, Saturday, October 31, feeds all conversations. The inhabitants learned, by opening Var-Morning Wednesday, November 4, that rappers as well as young footballers participated in a "Giga-evening" the previous weekend, bringing together nearly 500 people, as told to World several participants. "I can't see my grandchildren, but they can party till late?" There are enough of these ultra-rich ”, gets upset Josiane, a neighbor. While an investigation is being carried out in the village - and at the Drag...
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Bitcoin in rally mode: Breaking the $ 15,000 mark, soon over $ 16,000?

Highest level since the beginning of 2016: Bitcoin in rally mode: Breaking the mark of 15,000 US dollars, soon over 16,000 US dollars? The US presidential election crime thriller is slowly coming to an end. The challenger Joe Biden is no longer missing a few votes to prevail against Donald Trump. Its chances of success dwindle with every minute. But why are the stock markets reacting with a rally? Why is the Bitcoin price climbing a new year high after the next? The Bitcoin price has not just been in a breathtaking rally since yesterday. Over a 30-day perspective, the Bitcoin rate was able to make up over 47 percent. Such an increase was last seen from the crypto bubble at the end of 201...
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This will be the new X-ray of the Covid in Spain: in search of the duration of immunity

Related news The Ministry of Health and the Carlos III Health Institute presented this Friday morning the beginning of the fourth phase of the National Seroprevalence Study (ENE-COVID-19). The citations will begin this Friday, but the results will not be known until the first fortnight of December. This investigation began last April with the aim of knowing how many people had generated antibodies in our country against the coronavirus, but also to detect possible isolated cases and monitor the disease. The study was planned in three rounds, but since September it was announced that the ENE-COVID-19 would have three more phases. Alfredo González, secretary general of Digital Health, Information and Innovation of the SNS of the Ministry of Health explained ...
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Rich countries give 78 billion for the climate, it’s less than promised

In Asia, the Philippines are particularly affected by rising sea levels and vulnerable to increasing storms. - NOEL CELIS / AFP Rich countries invested 78.9 billion euros in 2018 to help developing countries adapt to climate change, according to the OECD. An amount far from the promises and also largely overestimated according to the NGO Oxfam. The countries of the North had pledged in 2009 to increase to 100 billion dollars by 2020 the assistance to the countries of the South to adapt to the impacts of climate change and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. This promise has since been a recurring subject...
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After the 2020 US election: Ivanka Trump receives offers for reality shows

fromDelia FriessconcludeThe 2020 US election is nearing its end and there is already speculation about what Ivanka Trump will actually do if her father Donald Trump loses to Joe Biden. US election 2020: Ivanka Trump, the eldest daughter of Donald Trump, fights for the re-election of her father.Donald Trump stop Ivanka Trump: She is considered an ambivalent figure with an influence on the US presidents.News about the 2020 US election: All information about the elections in the United States. Update from Friday, November 6th, 2020, 10:20 am: It is still there US election 2020 not decided. It is therefore still unclear whether Ivanka Trump will continue to take on an advisory role at her father's side in the future. According to a report by the women's magazine "The List", numerous r...
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Terrorism and Islamist separatism, source of tensions between Emmanuel Macron and the Anglo-Saxon press

The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, traveling to the Bobigny prefecture, as part of the fight against separatism, on October 20. Julien MUGUET / © Julien MUGUET for Le Monde Unusually, Thursday, November 5, the British daily Financial Times (FT) published an open letter from Emmanuel Macron addressed to the newspaper's editorial staff. At issue: a column written by the newspaper's correspondent in Brussels, which, according to Mr. Macron, would have distorted "The statements made publicly by the head of a UN member state, of the G7". The journalist had made a translation error, confusing " “Islamic separatism”- a term that I have never used ”, notes the French president, and " “Islamist separatism” - which happens to be a reality in my coun...
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Jean-Baptiste Djebbari does not want to advance on a deconfinement before No

The Minister for Transport, Jean-Baptiste Djebbari. (archives) - Louise MERESSE / SIPA The Minister Delegate for Transport Jean-Baptiste Djebbari did not advance Friday on the Christmas holidays, indicating that the transport offer would be strengthened during a deconfinement which could not take place until January. He was the guest of Franceinfo. "The traffic is dropping now, with regard to confinement now, and it is obvious that if after December 15, or January 15, or at a date that will be defined for the new deconfinement", this "new deconfinement will be accompanied by a resumption of traffic, ”he a...
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New storms and more storms: the terrible weather that awaits us this weekend

Related news A twenty provinces will be this coming November 6 at significant risk (orange warning) and risk (yellow warning) due to rain, wind and waves, as reported by the Meteorology Statal Agency (AEMET). In addition, the day will be marked by an abundant dust in suspension in the Peninsula and Balearic Islands, so it is likely that the rains are accompanied by mud. Precipitation will put at risk to Teruel, Madrid, Ávila, Salamanca, Zamora and Cáceres, by accumulations of up to 40 liters per square meter in twelve hours Meanwhile in Tarragona can collect up to 80 liters per square meter. Instead, Castellón, which will have an orange warning, for rainfall that may register up to 120 liters per square meter in twelve hours. On the other hand, the winds ...
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American elections 2020: in Arizona, Joe Biden’s lead is reduced

Young supporters of Donald Trump sing the US national anthem outside the Phoenix, Arizona, counting center on Thursday, November 5. ARNAUD ANDRIEU FOR "THE WORLD" In 2000, Florida had its confetti. Attached or rather badly detached from the ballot papers, they had held in suspense a country which was waiting to know who of Al Gore or George W. Bush had won the presidential election. Twenty years later, Phoenix has its " sharpies ": Markers whose appearance in polling stations during the ballot on November 3 has become the symbol in the eyes of Trumpists of the election that Democrats, the media and social networks are trying to" steal ". Article reserved for our subscribers Read also American elections 2020: Donald Trump gets...