5 things to know about Denmark

France will face Denmark on Friday evening at Stade de France (8:45 pm). Euro 1992 winner It is the highest achievement of weapons. In 1992, during the European Championships, Denmark made the surprise. The team drafted a few days before the start of the competition to replace Yugoslavia, after being excluded due to the war … Read more

From the World Cup to the Euro through the Olympics…these are the Franco-Danish who distinguished us (or not)

slideshow As part of the League of Nations, France will face Denmark again on Friday evening (8:45 pm). The two teams know each other well. Indeed, over several decades, France and Denmark have faced each other regularly, both in friendlies and in continental and international competitions. This Friday (8:45 p.m.), at the Stade de France, … Read more

The World Conservation Conference: a major international meeting on biodiversity

From 3-11 September 2021, France will host the World Conservation Congress of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) for the first time in Marseille. This event is one of the largest international biodiversity events. Organized every 4 years, it mobilizes nature conservation experts from the political world, research, associations and major international organizations, … Read more

Cap Business Océan Indien and Expertise France join forces to unite the regional private sector around this critical issue

Engaging businesses in the region to work towards preserving terrestrial and marine biodiversity. This is the goal of the partnership between Cap Business Océan Indien, an association that brings together regional private sector players, and Expertise France, a subsidiary of the Agence Française de Développement (AFD). A financing agreement of €700,000 was signed between the … Read more

“Every euro raised in a city goes to local activities”

Cross : You’re launching your annual fundraiser from May 14-22. What does this group represent for the Red Cross? Philip D’Costa: These national days represent a very important moment for the Red Cross because it is an opportunity for our volunteers to meet the public in the street. You should know that even if we … Read more

From the founding of the black law to the abolition of slavery, centuries of barbarism

Mr. / Nice / Faiza bin Mohammed This Tuesday, May 10, marks in France the “National Day of Remembrance of the Slave Trade, Slavery and Its Abolition” by the Toubira Law, adopted in 2001. This very important legislative text, endorsed by Jacques Chirac, in particular in his first Article, recognizes, “that the transatlantic slave trade … Read more

The eurozone, burdened by inflation and war efforts, is preparing for zero growth for 2022

Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), prepares to give her signature to be printed on euro banknotes in Frankfurt am Main on November 27, 2019. ©Daniel Rowland/AFP Atlantico Business It now appears that any recovery in activity in Europe is unlikely in the second quarter of this year due to the war … Read more

How to spend your money: the new Torquemadas decided for you

No sooner had Elon Musk announced his bid to buy Twitter for $44 billion had been accepted than he found a group of helpful commentators explaining how the amount was improper and how he should have been spent. The future of mankind and the planet. Add to this his intention to expand freedom of expression … Read more