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One of the world’s most wanted men on suspicion of drug lord in Asia, arrested in the Netherlands

He is one of the most wanted men in the world. Hunted for years, Tse Chi Lop, 57, a Canadian citizen of Chinese origin and compared to the Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was arrested Friday January 22 by the Dutch police, at the request of the police Australian Federal. Dutch police spokesman Thomas Aling confirmed that "On Friday, the national police arrested a suspect who was on Europol's most wanted list". According to him, the arrest took place at Schiphol international airport, near Amsterdam, on the landing of a flight of which he did not wish to give the origin. "This person is currently in prison, waiting to see what will happen since it is an Australian investigation"Mr. Aling added. "An extradition request must arrive" because "Austral...
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French naturalization, love of Europe … the confidences of Boris Johnson’s father

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Water main break in Old Montreal: a pipe with history

One of the oldest underground pipes in the metropolis burst on Friday evening, 153 years after resisting all bad weather: a real technical feat when you know the epic behind the construction of the water network in Montreal. “The pipes installed at that time were really very solid. As proof, the conduct that broke [vendredi] evening rue Notre-Dame Ouest has been supplying citizens with water for over 150 years, whereas originally it was probably not intended to serve the current population, which is much larger than in the 19th century ”, commented the City of Montreal. • Read also: Broken water pipe dating from 1882 in Montreal The pipe in question, which cracked below rue Notre-Dame between boulevard Saint-Laurent and rue Saint-Sulpice, was installed in 1868...
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Virus: Germany will use the treatment touted by Trump

Fabrizio Bensch / ReutersGerman Minister of Health Jens Spahn speaks at a press conference, in Berlin, Germany, January 22, 2021 (illustration photo)Germany will become the first country in the European Union to use the experimental synthetic antibody treatment administered to Donald Trump against COVID-19, Health Minister Jens Spahn announced on Sunday. "The government bought 200,000 doses for 400 million euros (editor's note: about 620 million Canadian dollars)", Mr. Spahn told the newspaper Picture on sunday, which represents 2,000 euros per dose (approximately $ 3,100 Canadian).Patients will receive this therapy free of charge, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Health told AFP. Two variations of this treatment based on “monoclonal” anti...
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Tunisia: youth protest against repression and corruption

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Tunisian cities on Saturday to protest against police repression, corruption and poverty."Ten years ago, there was the greatest theft of the revolution from the Tunisians and their demands against the Islamists", comment Monji Rahoui, deputy and member of the political bureau of the United Party of Democratic Patriots, who took part in the procession."change once and for all"These demonstrations led to new clashes with the police. Police announced the arrest of 700 people over the past few days that have seen young people throwing stones and gasoline bombs at security forces, who responded with tear gas and water cannons.For Kadhem bhiri, a student from Tunis, "There is a will to build a new conscience in the country, far from those whic...
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Tunisia: youth protest against repression and corruption

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Tunisian cities on Saturday to protest against police repression, corruption and poverty."Ten years ago, there was the greatest theft of the revolution from the Tunisians and their demands against the Islamists", comment Monji Rahoui, deputy and member of the political bureau of the United Party of Democratic Patriots, who took part in the procession."change once and for all"These demonstrations led to new clashes with the police. Police announced the arrest of 700 people over the past few days that have seen young people throwing stones and gasoline bombs at security forces, who responded with tear gas and water cannons.For Kadhem bhiri, a student from Tunis, "There is a will to build a new conscience in the country, far from those whic...
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From Isadora Duncan to Harry Potter, a scarf on every neck

Alix scarf, wool, APC, € 150. Jonathan Llense for M Le magazine du Monde. Styling Laëtitia Leporcq Legend has it that, on the advice of his doctor, the third Duke of Krakow, suffering from an annoying torticollis, in 1793 knitted a scarf - the very first to date - so long, so large, that it would have become stuck in the runner of his sled. Doubtful, this anecdote of death by self-strangulation, which resembles the real accident of the dancer Isadora Duncan in 1927 in Nice, fills a historical void on the origins of the scarf, it seems more modest , more distant and more anonymous. A good century later, the winter of 1914 was harsh, the soldiers shivering with cold. With the industry mobilized, women are called upon to ...
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A sunny, but freezing weekend

Montrealers were finally able to trade the gray and snow of the last few days for sunshine, but at the cost of one of the freezing days since the start of winter. On Sunday morning, the mercury dropped to -17.6 ° C in the metropolis and its surroundings, making Montreal and its surroundings one of the coldest points in the St. Lawrence Valley. Only the cold snap from December 15 to 19 had made it possible to reach an even lower mercury this winter, down to -17.9 ° C, show data from Environment Canada. It was slightly warmer in Quebec, where the thermometer stopped dropping to -15.6 ° C. However, the weekend was marked by good gusts of wind that had the gift of freezing the bones of Quebecers adventurous enough to step outside. Considering the wind chill, the t...
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Complaints against the Revenue Agency on the rise

(Ottawa) The Office of the Taxpayers' Ombudsman of Canada says it has received many more complaints compared to the same period last year, which sends an early warning on the complexity of the returns to be processed this year. Posted on January 24, 2021 at 9:53 am Jordan PressThe Canadian PressFrançois Boileau reports that the number of complaints against the Canada Revenue Ag...
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Gatineau: the death of the septuagenarian is no longer considered suspicious

The Gatineau Police Department announced on Sunday that no charges will be laid regarding the death of a septuagenarian who was found dead on Saturday morning. “The investigation by the Service de police de la Ville de Gatineau (SPVG), the meetings of witnesses, as well as the expertises carried out at 190, rue Pigeon in the Buckingham sector made it possible to determine that no criminal act had been committed, ”the SPVG said in a statement. No charges will therefore be brought against the man in his sixties who was arrested at the scene. The police had been called to go to the Buckingham area around 7:30 am Saturday morning concerning an "unconscious lady", it was explained in a press release released during the day by the SPVG. The police had, however, not...
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Paris: what we know about the violent attack on Yuriy, 15

The scene is unbearably violent. A 15-year-old boy was severely beaten on January 15 in Paris and still hospitalized in serious condition. On the images filmed by the surveillance cameras, we see a dozen young people in sports clothes and hooded jackets beating down on him with kicks and bat or stick, before abandoning him lying there. Several questions remain unanswered in this affair which arouses great emotion. Assault by a band on the Beaugrenelle slabThe facts took place on January 15 around 6.30 p.m. on the slab of Beaugrenelle (Paris 15th). Yuriy was playing with four other college kids when a bunch of older kids - about ten - pounced on them to attack them, according to the mother's account in Le Figaro. Yuriy's friends manage to escape but the ...
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Google Photos for Android gets a revamped interface for tablets

Google Photos for Android receives a new interface optimized for tablets in order to take advantage of large screens. Before this, the interface of the tablet was similar to that of the mobile with a bottom bar spread across the entire screen and had a lot of wasted space. Although Google redesigned the app on mobile devices last year, it stayed the same on tablets. Now it seems that Google has optimized the app for Android tablets. 9to5Google reports that the new interface includes a search field in the top bar called "Explore". The location of the bar depends on the width of your screen. On smaller tablets, it's placed next to your profile picture and on larger devices, it's on the left side next to the "Upload" button. Also, ...