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Vicarious violence in prime time: Telecinco takes its chest out of the embrace of Rocío Carrasco’s son with Olga Moreno

Related news After months of talking about vicarious violence and media violence after the issuance of the docuseries Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive, Telecinco showed last night the best of the examples in full prime time: the embrace of the son of Rocío Carrasco and Antonio David Flores with Olga Moreno in the final of Survivors 2021. After a more than controversial contest, with his signing tied hours before the announcement of the broadcast of the docuserie and with the network allowing him to make all kinds of tricks, Olga Moreno was proclaimed winner of Survivors 2021 ahead of Gianmarco, Melyssa and Lola. But the controversy did not stop there. After Rocío Flores melted into a hug with her father's wife and told her that the whole family was very proud of...
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On the need to celebrate Creole culture

Despite the pandemic, it should have been a celebration. “Our 15 years of existence! »Exclaims Fabienne Colas, founder of the Haiti en folie festival, which takes place in a hybrid format from July 26th to July 1st.is August. “The big deal, with artists from Haiti and the diaspora, here, the United States and elsewhere; we were on a roll! However, the very day we were going to announce the prog...
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A Montreal brain for the Mercedes-Benz autonomous car

For the truly autonomous car to see the light of day, international standards will be needed. The Mercedes-Benz group has therefore created a consortium called AI-SEE whose objective will be to propose standards to the European Union. And it is the Montreal company Algolux that has the role of creating the "brain" of the entire operation. Algolux and its hundred employees spread between Montreal...
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Lithuania: they protest against the temporary accommodation of refugees

A thieves, a small town located in the south of Lithuania, near the Belarusian border, they were a few dozen to protest against the government's plan: to host approximately 500 refugees in an abandoned building. Protesters tried to prevent workers from transforming it into a temporary accommodation center. The authorities therefore sent negotiators, as well as a riot police unit.thieves was described by officials, whose Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte, like a "secure place"which also has government property ready for use. The city is located on a small piece of land jutting out into Belarus and almost completely surrounded by its border, connected to the rest of Lithuania by an isthmus 2.5 kilometers long. wide with only one road.Migration crisisAs Lithuania goes through an unprecedented m...
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Lithuania: they protest against the temporary accommodation of refugees

A thieves, a small town located in the south of Lithuania, near the Belarusian border, they were a few dozen to protest against the government's plan: to host approximately 500 refugees in an abandoned building. Protesters tried to prevent workers from transforming it into a temporary accommodation center. The authorities therefore sent negotiators, as well as a riot police unit.thieves was described by officials, whose Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte, like a "secure place"which also has government property ready for use. The city is located on a small piece of land jutting out into Belarus and almost completely surrounded by its border, connected to the rest of Lithuania by an isthmus 2.5 kilometers long. wide with only one road.Migration crisisAs Lithuania goes through an unprecedented m...
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Thousands protest Sydney lockdown, several arrested – CityNews Toronto

SYDNEY (AP) - Thousands of people took to the streets of Sydney and other Australian cities on Saturday to protest lockdown restrictions amid another spike in cases, with police making multiple arrests after crowds broke barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. Unmasked participants marched from Sydney's Victoria Park to City Hall in the central business district, carrying signs calling for "freedom" and "the truth." There was a heavy police presence in Sydney, including mounted police and riot police in response to what authorities said was unauthorized protest activity. Police confirmed that several arrests had been made. NSW police said they recognized and supported the rights to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly, but the protest was in violation of public h...
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Taking part in the Games, a real choice?

Not going to the Games in the midst of a pandemic? It is a luxury that many professional sportsmen can afford, accustomed to these withdrawals and often carried by dreams other than that of the Olympics. But amateur athletes live a different reality, where this choice hardly exists. With a high absenteeism rate in Tokyo, the tennis events have something to mark the spirits this year, several lea...
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A facade uniformity that harms sexual diversity

It is the news in itself that is astonishing: that a man openly declaring his homosexuality will make the headlines in 2021. A sudden reminder of the fact that professional men's hockey is far from being a mirror of the society in which we lives. Yet it is a sport that unites, inspires, and inspires dreams. But a sport which is also one of the last ramparts against sexual diversity. Luke Prokop,...
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Energy, climate and coronavirus, with the exception of China

Energy 2020 British Petroleum (BP) has just released the 70th edition of its annual report Statistical Review of World Energy. We learn that globally, in 2020, there was a 4.5% reduction in primary energy consumption and 6.3% in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Either way, it's the biggest reduction ever. By fossil source, the greatest reduction is in oil consumption (-9.3%), followed by coal (-4....
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Tracing history, piece by piece

Old-fashioned, deserted or less useful, old barns are falling like flies in the Quebec countryside. Sign that agriculture has changed, the dismantling of these buildings also testifies to the lack of protection of heritage for lover of old boards. The duty went to meet of their past - and of their future. It only took 43 minutes for the old rang school on Chemin du Rocher to find a taker on Faceb...
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The University of French Ontario struggles to recruit in Ontario

After more than 70 years of waiting and a difficult birth, Ontario's first entirely French-language university will open its doors on September 7 in Toronto. But only a hundred students will be on the benches of the University of French Ontario (UOF) at the start of the school year, half of the expected cohort. Ontario high school students have been shy: according to the latest data, as many as 9...