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Mask at school, drama in Norway, Tour de France: midday update – Brittany

Saint-Brieuc wind farm: the Aeolus can continue to navigate in the bay

The Côtes-d’Armor Fisheries Committee wanted to prevent the Aeolus from sailing and therefore from drilling in the bay of Saint-Brieuc. But, in an order of October 13, the summary judge of the administrative court of Rennes “rejected the request for suspension of the execution of the decree of the maritime prefect of the Atlantic which regulated, on a temporary basis, navigation. and the maritime activities in the bay of Saint-Brieuc during the execution of the works of realization of a wind farm at sea by the company Ailes Marines ”, indicated the court. [Plus d’infos ici]

Covid-19: schoolchildren in 12 new departments will abandon the mask on Monday

Unlike Lozère, the decree of October 13 enacts the removal of 12 departments from the list of areas of high circulation of the virus. They therefore switch to level 1 health protocol, meaning, in particular, the abandonment of the mask in primary schools. These departments are: Ain, Ariège, Charente, Cher, Drôme, Gard, Hérault, Moselle, Haut-Rhin, Var, Haute-Vienne and Seine-et -Marl. [Suivez notre direct]

Energy price: the government plans a “short-term action”, says Macron

The government will put in place a “short-term action” to “leave no one in disarray” in the face of soaring energy and fuel prices, said Emmanuel Macron. “There will be short-term action to support households. The government is working on it and will have to complete its response in the coming days depending on developments so as not to leave anyone in disarray, ”said the Head of State. [Plus d’infos ici]

Archery attack in Norway: suspect is a convert suspected of radicalization


The alleged perpetrator of an archery attack that killed five people in Kongsberg, southeast Norway, is a 37-year-old Dane who converted to Islam. “There had been fears related to radicalization,” said Ole Bredrup Saeverud, police chief, adding that these fears dated back to 2020 and before, and that they had given rise to police monitoring. [Plus d’infos ici]

The “World” section

Clinical trials on infant formula lacks seriousness

Infant formulas, which are sold to young parents as a substitute for breastfeeding, are generally poorly tested and therefore risk being accompanied by misleading claims about nutrition. “These tests are not reliable”, insist the authors of a study published in the “British Medical Journal”. Study that examined the conduct of 125 trials since 2015. For four-fifths of them, there are enough gaps to doubt their conclusions. [Plus d’infos ici]

The “Health” section

Cycling: the Tour de France women 2022 will start from the Eiffel Tower on July 24

The first Tour de France for women will kick off in Paris on July 24 in front of the Eiffel Tower, arriving seven days later at the top of the Planche des Belles Filles, in the Vosges mountains. Marion Rousse, recently appointed director of the event organized by ASO, unveiled the route of this “first”, eight stages long for a distance exceeding 1,000 km. [Plus d’infos ici]

Mask at school, drama in Norway, Tour de France: midday update – Brittany