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by Bruxelles - about 1 hour
La démocratie britannique est-elle soluble dans le Brexit ? La véritable guerre engagée par Boris Johnson, le Premier ministre conservateur britannique, contre le plus vieux parlement du monde (le parlement d’Angleterre a vu le jour au XIIe siècle) ainsi que la purge sans précédent visant tous ceux qui ne partagent pas ses vues semble montrer que la tentation autoritaire est consubstantielle à l’europhobie. Au fond, toutes les autres tentatives de dénouer les liens avec l’Union européenne ayant échoué devant le Parlement, le seul moyen de la quitter n’est-il pas de mettre entre parenthèses la démocratie ? La question posée aux citoyens britanniques en juin 2016 avait toute l’apparence...
by Les Décodeurs - about 1 hour
Vous n’avez pas suivi l’actualité ? On vous résume ce qu’il s’est passé ces deux derniers jours.
by io9 - about 2 hours
Happy Life Day! Let’s think about death. Read more...
by QZ - about 3 hours
Americans have a complicated relationship with higher education. They are angry at its staggering cost, and question its value in a fast-changing economy. But data are clear that college graduates earn significantly more than people with no higher education. Not surprisingly, the share of Americans pursuing higher education has risen 60% since 1970, to about 40%.
But complicating the picture is the 40% of students who start and don’t finish, taking with them debt but no degree (student debt in America stands at a staggering $1.5 trillion). One way to reduce this percentage is to focus on a particular group of students: those who need childcare.
Nearly 4 million students, or 22% of students in two- and...
by io9 - about 4 hours
Star Wars has been around a long time and over the decades a lot of things have been created for the franchise. New aliens, ships, weapons, planets, etc. And at this point there are probably hundreds, maybe even thousands, of different varieties of droids that have appeared. But my favorite will always be the humble…Read more...
by io9 - about 4 hours
The Writer’s Guild of America has settled on exactly who will be getting credit for writing in the upcoming last film of the Skywalker saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. And the credits include a couple names you might not have expected to see. Read more...
by io9 - about 5 hours
A huge household essentials Gold Box, LED Christmas lights, and Nintendo Switch Pro controller lead off Sunday’s best deals from around the web.Read more...
by Usbek & Rica - about 5 hours
La déconnexion et les polémiques croissantes autour des modes de production industrielle en agriculture font planer des zones d’ombre sur nos assiettes.
by QZ - about 6 hours
In 2016, Britain voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union. What’s followed has been a staggering string of botched plans, failed negotiations, missed deadlines, and political polarization. The country is now preparing for its second snap general election in just over two years.
The turmoil has resulted in lost investment, grinding uncertainty, and apparently, deteriorating mental health (pdf) among Britain’s vaunted civil service.
The share of workers in public administration who say they are experiencing stress has doubled since 2016, according to data from the Health and Safety Executive, a government agency. “Increasing workloads, looming deadlines, departures of senior staff and the...
by Fubiz - about 6 hours
Le designer Franco-Israélien Benjamin Benmoyal a utilisé plusieurs vieilles cassettes vidéo et leurs rubans afin qu’ils soient tissés avec des fils recyclés et du Tencel pour concevoir sa récente collection de vêtements intitulée «It was better tomorrow». Ce procédé de récupération démontre l’inquiétude du créateur face à la crise climatique et se veut une réponse à la pollution qu’engendre l’industrie de la mode. De plus, le designer émergent a réussit à créer plusieurs oeuvres excentriques, colorées et enivrantes.
by Courrier International - about 7 hours
Bien qu’il ait appelé à suivre l’exemple de la Bolivie, l’opposant Juan Guaidó qui tente depuis janvier dernier de faire partir le dirigeant Nicolás Maduro n’a pas réussi à mobiliser dans la rue des foules considérables comme par le passé. Le résultat d’une grande lassitude, de la peur et de l’épuisement, analyse BBC Mundo.
by Torrentfreak - about 7 hours
This week, news began to filter through that the shutdown of a pair of Kodi add-on related resources had taken place under serious legal pressure. KodiUKTV and OneNation weren’t specific in their announcements but TorrentFreak was able to confirm that the Federation Against Copyright Theft was behind both actions. Indeed, the anti-piracy group told us that other groups were targeted too but at this stage, we haven’t been able to identify them. What we do know is at the end of October, FACT sent out cease and desist notices titled ‘Unauthorized Distribution of Film, Television and Sport Subject to Copyright’. The letters stated that FACT investigators had established that the platforms were “providing...
by Goalcast - about 7 hours
We all know Eddie Murphy— when we see the name, many iconic characters spring to mind, along with hilarious one-liners and physical comedy. You may know him for stint on Saturday Night Live, his string of hit comedy films in the '80s and '90s, his Golden Globe-winning turn in Dreamgirls, or even his groundbreaking standup career. But what about Charlie Murphy?  Eddie Murphy’s older brother Charlie was a standup comedian, actor, and screenwriter in his own right, best known for his performances in Dave Chappelle’s iconic sketch TV series Chappelle’s Show.  Experts within the comedy industry laud Charlie as one of the most under appreciated talents in the scene, with director Craig Brewer saying,...
by QZ - about 8 hours
Almost half of multimillionaires give away less than 1% of their income every year, according to a new report from Barclays. One reason: the merely rich think that the super rich can have a more direct and immediate impact on charitable causes, so why bother?
The report, which surveyed 400 people with assets of at least £5 million ($6.5 million) outside the US, found that 75% believed charitable giving was the responsibility of those wealthier than themselves. Just over 40% said the amounts they could give would be “insufficient to make a real impact.”
Bill Gates tried to encourage the world’s wealthiest people make major donations with the Giving Pledge—a commitment to give away the majority of their...
by Langue Sauce Piquante - about 8 hours
Nous avons publié le 14 novembre ce tweet sur un bel élément de la novlangue patronale et managériale, le process :
Il est un mot qui plaît beaucoup aux « DRH » et autres managers, c’est le  « process » (pour procédé ou processus), toujours inconnu des dictionnaires. Qui ne l’a pas entendu en réhu, et qui ne s’est pas dit, in petto, ça rime avec « mes f…  » ?
La « réhu », une facétie, nous a été reprochée, mais rien sur « in petto ». Voici trois commentaires qui nous ont amusés.
1. (si je n’arrive pas à maîtriser un fou-rire [y a un tiret ?] lors d’une prochaine rencontre avec le taulier, le DRH ou ma supérieure*, je vous fais un procès).  
*Mais pourquoi...
by Courrier International - about 10 hours
Près de 300 000 personnes se sont rassemblées à Prague, samedi 16 novembre, pour protester contre le premier ministre Andrej Babiš. Cette grande manifestation s’est tenue alors que ce dimanche, Tchèques et Slovaques commémorent le 30e anniversaire de la révolution de velours.
by QZ - about 11 hours
About 30 years ago, a revolutionary investment product crept into the market: the exchange-traded fund. As it was introduced, a handful of experts, from Vanguard…
by Paul Jorion - about 11 hours
Open to comments. As this front page suggests, the Scottish independence movement’s principal UK general-election message to the Scottish electorate is not so much that it would be desirable for Scotland to avoid Brexit as that it is necessary for it to do so in order not to suffer catastrophically unacceptable economic damage, the only certain way to escape Brexit being to leave the UK. In a nutshell the argument is that, having endured large-scale emigration throughout the 20th century and finding itself to be handicapped now by both a relatively low birth rate and an ageing population, Scotland requires to maintain the level of immigration which membership of the EU has made possible in order to have...
by Paul Jorion - about 12 hours
Ouvert aux commentaires. Son nom n’était pas des plus connus, mais sa voix était connue de tous en tant que soliste des Compagnons de la chanson et, surtout, était associée à l’un des airs les plus emblématiques de la chanson francophone : « Les trois cloches » du Suisse Jean Villard.
by Usbek & Rica - about 14 hours
Le nouveau spectacle de Linda Blanchet met en scène Hitchbot, le robot autostoppeur. On était aux répétitions et on a évalué les talents d'acteur du robot.
by Courrier International - about 15 hours
Les forces de sécurité iraniennes ont affronté, samedi 16 novembre, à Téhéran et dans de nombreuses autres villes d’Iran, des manifestants protestant contre l’augmentation de 50 % du prix de l’essence. Une personne est déjà morte à Sirjan, dans le centre du pays. Les Iraniens s’inquiètent d’une nouvelle augmentation du coût de la vie, alors qu’ils sont déjà affectés par le rétablissement de sanctions américaines.
by HackAdAy - about 16 hours
FieldKit, an open-source, modular sensor system for conducting research in harsh environments has just been named the Grand Prize winner of the 2019 Hackaday Prize. The award for claiming the top place and title of “Best Product” in this nine-month global engineering initiative is $125,000. Five other top winners and five honorable mentions were also named during this evening’s Hackaday Prize Ceremony, held during the Hackaday Superconference in Pasadena, California.
This year’s Hackaday Prize focused on product development. From one good idea and a working prototype, entrants were encouraged to iterate on their UX, industrial design, ergonomics, software, and mechanical plans as they worked toward a...
by HackAdAy - about 17 hours
If you count yourself among the several hundred of our closest friends that have joined us at Supplyframe HQ for the 2019 Hackaday Superconference, then by now you’ll have your hands on one of this year’s incredible FPGA badges. It should come as no surprise that an incredible amount of time and effort went into developing and manufacturing this exceptionally unique piece of hardware; the slick gadget in your hands today took nearly an entire year to develop, and work continued on it until very literally the last possible moment.
Badge designer Jeroen Domburg (aka Sprite_TM), Hackaday staff, and a team of dedicated volunteers were still putting the final touches on these ambitious devices less than 24...
by HackAdAy - about 20 hours
Good design starts with a good idea, and being able to flesh that idea out with a model. In the electronics world, we would build a model on a breadboard before soldering everything together. In much the same way that the industrial designer [Eric Strebel] makes models of his creations before creating the final version. In his latest video, he demonstrates the use of a CO2 laser for model making.
While this video could be considered a primer for using a laser cutter, watching some of the fine detail work that [Eric] employs is interesting in the way that watching any master craftsman is. He builds several cubes out of various materials, demonstrating the operation of the laser cutter and showing how best to...
by Le Taurillon - about 21 hours
Der 9. November ist ein höchst symbolisches Datum in der Geschichte der westlichen Welt, besonders in Deutschland. Dort ist dieses als der „Schicksalstag“ bekannt. Am 9. November ersetzte die Weimarer Republik die Monarchie im Jahr 1918, Nazi-SA-Truppen griffen Juden und Jüdinnen in der Kristallnacht im Jahr 1938 an und die Berliner Mauer fiel 1989. Vor zwei Jahren erwachten Europäer*innen zu der Nachricht, dass Donald Trump, der sich aktiv sich für eine Mauer zu Mexiko und gegen Minderheiten positionierte, zum Präsidenten der Vereinigten Staaten gewählt wurde. Dieser Beitrag wurde im Original am 26. Februar 2019 veröffentlicht. Folgend auf den 9. November in seiner Funktion als Jubiläum und...
by QZ - about 21 hours
As China attempts to stamp out Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, demonstrators have endured tear-gassings and beatings from riot police. There have even been a few deaths during the violent clashes. But one of the most intimidating sights came this weekend: soldiers from mainland China on the streets, dressed in shorts and t-shirts—and armed with brooms.
Video from Channel News Asia, a Singaporean outlet, shows dozens of young men from the People’s Liberation Army clearing the streets of bricks and other debris. Quietly, almost robotically, they disassemble roadblocks built by protestors. The troops carry away fences and chairs.
Victor Ting, a reporter for South China Morning Post, shared a clip of the...
by Hiram - about 21 hours
À l’issue de trois jours de réflexion menés à l’occasion du 50e anniversaire du Centre d’Action Laïque belge, un appel, auquel a souscrit dans son intervention à Liège l’ancien Président de la République française François Hollande, est lancé aux défenseurs des droits fondamentaux pour promouvoir...
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by Hiram - about 21 hours
C’est Cyrel qui nous a envoyé ces photos avec ce commentaire, en forme d’interrogation. Une évocation maçonnique, compagnonnique, ni l’un ni l’autre ? Qui peut lui répondre ?… . De passage au Pays Basque, sur le Chemin de Compostelle (Camino del Norte) j’ai traversé le...
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by Hiram - about 21 hours
L’antimaçonnisme va parfois se nicher jusque dans des contextes inattendus : il m’est ainsi récemment revenu des propos quelque peu stupides concernant la « maçonnisation » des blasons compagnonniques depuis le début du XIXe siècle. Il faut dire que nombre de compagnons du Tour de France traversent...
Cet article Blason de l’art de géométrie vs emblème de la franc-maçonnerie est apparu en premier sur Hiram.be.
by io9 - about 21 hours
C-3PO knows over six million forms of communication, but how many does he actually need to get by? In the on-screen Star Wars universe, it’s actually more than you might think. Read more...
by HackAdAy - yesterday at 22:00
If you’ve spent any time at one of the larger European hacker camps over the last few years you’ll have seen the invasion of little electric vehicles sporting hoverboard motors as an all-in-one propulsion system. German hackers, in particular, have incorporated them into the iconic Bobby Car children’s toy, and ca be seen whizzing around looking slightly incongruous as adults perched on transport designed for five-year-olds.
[Peter Pötzi] has created just such an electric Bobby Car, and his one is particularly well-executed with a 3D-printed steering column extender and four motors for full 4WD rather than the usual two. A steering wheel-mounted display has a neat enclosure, and is fed SPI from the...
by Torrentfreak - saturday at 21:25
This week Disney launched its new streaming platform which immediately gained millions of subscribers. At the same time, there was plenty of interest in ‘unauthorized’ Disney+ releases on pirate sites, particularly in the exclusive Mandalorian series. As one of the largest entertainment companies in the world, Disney is not new to piracy. It has dealt with this issue for decades. However, now that it operates its own exclusive platform there are other factors to take into account. How do exclusive releases impact piracy rates, for example? And what is the effect on subscriber rates? How the interplay between legal and illegal supply affects revenues can be a complex and dynamic puzzle to solve. What is...
by Paul Jorion - saturday at 19:52
Photos prises sur le vif… ici aux Halles de Paris (à 18h30). Ce que je viens de voir : des casseurs qui ne cassent pas (en tout cas pour l’instant…),  et par contre beaucoup de gaz lacrymogène, ça c’est normal ! Et dans le groupe, j’ai vu passer Priscilla Ludosky, elle, une authentique gilet jaune (mais qui ne le portait pas).  Puis j’ai entendu les journalistes et politiques commenter et répéter, encore et encore, et dénoncer les blacks blocks, la violence et le chaos…. Tout faux, mais vive la propagande !! Sur la troisième photo, une femme interceptée par les policiers et plaquée, elle, très violemment au sol. Je ne sais pas si c’était une manifestante. Les policiers ont tout...
by HackAdAy - saturday at 19:50
Perhaps Pasadena is a bit too far from home, or maybe you waited a few milliseconds longer than you should have and missed the tickets when they went on sale. Whatever the reason, the fact is that the vast majority of Hackaday readers won’t be able to join us at the 2019 Superconference. But thanks to the magic of the Internet, you’ll still be able to see the incredible talks we’ve got lined up. Streaming Live on YouTube
Streaming Live on Twitter
Streaming Live on Facebook Starting at 10 AM Pacific on both Saturday and Sunday, the live stream will allow you to virtually attend the ultimate hardware conference in glorious high definition. Many of the talks this year have a specific focus on FPGAs (and...
by La Horde - saturday at 16:30
Des camarades étudiant·e·s antifascistes de Tolbiac, de Nanterre et de Jussieu organisent la semaine prochaine, dans leurs universités respectives, des débats, des projections et des rencontres autour de l’antifascisme. Notre collectif est associé à cette initiative : nous interviendrons le 18 novembre à Tolbiac et le 20 à Nanterre.
À Tolbiac :  Face à la recrudescence de la présence des groupes d’extrême droite dans nos facs, la bibliothèque autogérée de Tolbiac, conjointement avec les organisations de la semaine antifasciste à Nanterre et le siamo sorbonne, décide d’organiser une semaine antifasciste sur Tolbiac du 18 au 22 novembre.
Au programme, une conférence, le 18 novembre avec...
by Usbek & Rica - saturday at 16:00
Entretien avec l'économiste Alain Le Diberder, auteur du livre "La nouvelle économie de l’audiovisuel" (La Découverte, 2019).
by The Verge - saturday at 16:00
Image: Paramount Pictures I watched The Lego Movie 2 a few weeks ago now that it’s finally streaming. The first one was an unexpectedly smart and hilarious take on what a Lego story can be, and this second one does a good job of keeping up the momentum. The film is funny, and it still grounds the whole thing in a story about family and growing up.
That said, I do think there’s an odd tension within the movie. The sequel wants to tell a story about toxic masculinity and supporting traditionally feminine interests, but to do that, it kind of makes a joke of them first. Likewise, the film acknowledges related issues like how the original movie played into the trope about an incompetent man becoming the hero...
by Paul Jorion - saturday at 15:51
Pertinence de l’article d’impeachment « bribery » (corruption) David Holmes rapporte la conversation entre Trump et Gordon Sondland le 26 juillet 2019…
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by The Verge - saturday at 14:15
Microsoft has revealed that it’s planning to kill off its Cortana app for iOS and Android in January. The software maker has posted a new support article for Cortana users in the UK, Canada, and Australia that reveals Cortana for iOS and Android is disappearing in at least those markets. Microsoft has also confirmed to The Verge that the Cortana app will disappear in the UK, Australia, Germany, Mexico, China, Spain, Canada, and India on January 31st.
“Cortana is an integral part of our broader vision to bring the power of conversational computing and productivity to all our platforms and devices,” says a Microsoft spokesperson in a statement to The Verge. “To make Cortana as helpful as possible,...
by Goalcast - saturday at 14:00
Heath Ledger — the Australian actor who starred in 10 Things I Hate About You, A Knight’s Tale, Brokeback Mountain, I’m Not There, and finally The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus — is most widely remembered for two things: his untimely death at the young age of 28 and his Oscar-winning role as the Joker in The Dark Knight.  With Joaquin Phoenix’s remarkable performance in Joker, much has been made of comparing the two actors, trying to determine which is the greatest embodiment of the character. Both actors are lauded for elevating the comic book movie genre to a level of high art. But as undeniably remarkable as Heath’s performance as the Joker was, the obsession with that character overshadows...
by The Verge - saturday at 14:00
Bose, Sennheiser, Sony, Beats, and more Continue reading…
by Torrentfreak - saturday at 13:11
During the summer we reported on the renewed efforts of Golden Eye (International) and Mircom, companies with a track record of targeting alleged BitTorrent pirates with demands for cash settlements to make supposed lawsuits disappear. After filing no complaints in the UK for years, the pair teamed up in an effort to squeeze the personal details of thousands of Internet users from the hands of ISP Virgin Media. Somewhat unusually given previous compliance in alleged anti-piracy matters, Virgin put up a pretty big fight. In the end, the cases brought by Golden Eye and Mircom were proven to be so lacking in evidence that a judge in the High Court threw out the companies’ claims. Nevertheless, there are more...
by Usbek & Rica - saturday at 12:00
Comment vivrons-nous en Seine-Saint-Denis, demain ?!
by Paul Jorion - saturday at 10:46
Ouvert aux commentaires. Vous écoutez peut-être comme moi de la musique sur votre ordi quand vous travaillez. Personnellement je ne peux pas écrire sans musique en fond sonore (vous m’avez peut-être aperçu un jour tapant frénétiquement sur mon clavier dans un café en face de la gare de Lille-Flandres où une chaîne musicale tourne en boucle sur un énorme écran, vous demandant : « Comment peut-on même aligner deux pensées dans un tel vacarme ? »). iTunes compte consciencieusement le nombre de fois que vous avez écouté un air, si bien que quand je me suis posé à l’instant la question essentielle dans un monde en effondrement : « Quelles sont tes chansons préférées de Charles Trenet...
by Usbek & Rica - saturday at 7:00
Inondations à Venise, revirement des députés français sur l'huile de palme, et accord historique au Chili : sélection subjective de l'actualité de la semaine.
by Le Taurillon - saturday at 6:00
Vor 70 Jahren kapitulierte Deutschland, die alliierten Truppen befreiten Europa vom Faschismus und beendeten einen weltweiten Krieg. Eine neue, humane und friedliche Welt sollte sich von da an gründen. Heute, am Jahrestag des Kriegsendes sind wir umgeben von weltweiten Konflikten. Was bedeutet dieses Datum heute noch? Dieser Beitrag ist im Original am 8. Mai 2015 erschienen. Folgend auf den 9. November in seiner Funktion als Jubiläum und Gedenktag bringen wir den Beitrag heute erneut.
Wir sollten sensibel dafür sein, dass Geschichte schneller zu Geschichte wird, als wir es erleben. Und dass je nach dem wo wir in Europa aufwachsen, Krieg, Unfrieden und Terror mehr oder weniger Geschichte sind. Seit ich 16...
by Chez Foucart - saturday at 4:43
Dans le cadre de la rubrique « Au Conseil d’Etat » du JCP A – Semaine Juridique – Edition Administration & Collectivités territoriales, j’ai l’honneur de chroniquer – chaque semaine – quelques décisions de la jurisprudence administrative. Voici un extrait du prochain numéro : CE, 08 novembre 2019, Club Seynois multisport (421491) Pas de « balle […]
by Chez Foucart - saturday at 4:41
Dans le cadre de la rubrique « Au Conseil d’Etat » du JCP A – Semaine Juridique – Edition Administration & Collectivités territoriales, j’ai l’honneur de chroniquer – chaque semaine – quelques décisions de la jurisprudence administrative. Voici un extrait du prochain numéro : CE, 08 novembre 2019, M. B. (421867) Vérification des charges grevant […]
by The Verge - saturday at 1:07
With the launch of Disney+ this week, many fans were excited to have easy access to all 30 seasons of The Simpsons — only to find to their chagrin that their original 4:3 aspect ratio had been discarded for a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio, cropping out many visual gags entirely. But now, Disney says that it will be fixing this in “early 2020” by making an additional version of the first 19 seasons in 4:3, the way they were intended to be viewed.
Here’s Disney’s statement: “We presented “The Simpsons” in 16:9 aspect ratio at launch in order to guarantee visual quality and consistency across all 30 seasons. Over time, Disney+ will roll out new features and additional viewing options. As part of...
by The Verge - saturday at 0:43
Image: Sony Sony says you can now use a web-based API to program its adorable Aibo robot dog to do new tricks — and you might even be able to make it your smart home’s best friend. With its new “aibo Developer Program,” Sony is inviting developers to make “services and applications” that can work with Aibo. I didn’t really understand what that meant until I saw this incredible concept video of what might be possible with the new APIs. Aibo helped monitor a microwave, turn on a robot vacuum, remind a child that she had left the fridge open, and... act as surveillance camera for the child’s mom? Who needs Alexa — a robot dog might be able to help you out around the house instead!
To create...
by Hiram - saturday at 0:00
Comme chaque année demain dimanche à 11h seront décernés les prix littéraires du Salon maçonnique du livre de Paris. Ci-dessous la liste des nominés. Qui seront les lauréats ?… Réponse ici dès lundi matin.  🙂
Cet article Les prix Littéraires du Salon du livre maçonnique de Paris est apparu en premier sur Hiram.be.
by Hiram - saturday at 0:00
La Loge Nationale de Recherche Villard de Honnecourt, de la Grande Loge Nationale Française, recevra en conférence publique dans le grand temple de la rue Pisan à Paris ce mardi 20 novembre à 20h Tareq Oubrou, qui présentera une conférence sur le thème : Islam,...
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by Goalcast - friday at 22:08
Starting in childhood, Kara Beck understood she was “different” from her peers. “It was obvious I was bigger and it made me look older,” Beck told TODAY. She was 8 years old when doctors diagnosed her with pre-diabetes, and 12 when she started getting bullied by schoolmates because of her weight.  Still today, Beck remembers hearing the whispers behind her back  Boys called her “fat” underneath their breath as they walked past her, and even one of her friends called her a “red cow” when she wasn’t around. “I was very careful. I was always so sensitive and tried to stay out of situations that would provoke bullying," said Beck. “There were more things said behind my back... than to my...
by Les Décodeurs - friday at 18:56
Le vote à l’Assemblée nationale le 14 novembre rétablissant l’avantage fiscal pour l’huile de palme s’inscrit dans une longue bataille entre le gouvernement, les parlementaires et les industriels, dont Total.
by Toute l'Europe - friday at 18:30
Tout savoir sur la Lettonie : ses relations avec l'Union européenne, sa géographie, son économie, son histoire, sa culture, son drapeau et son hymne.
by Goalcast - friday at 18:28
Not only is Christian Bale a talented, Oscar-winning actor, but he’s also extremely skilled at keeping his personal life top-secret and far away from prying eyes. Bale and his wife, Sandra "Sibi" Blažić, tied the knot back in 2000 and have been inseparable ever since, which is truly rare in Hollywood. In fact, by A-list standards, two decades is almost a lifetime. So how has the couple managed to "beat the odds" and build such a long-lasting, unfaltering relationship? The secrecy certainly plays an important role — “[My wife] likes to be very private and, of course, I want to maintain that,” Bale told Us Weekly in 2017 — but there’s much more to their successful love story than that. Let’s take...
by Toute l'Europe - friday at 18:15
Les séances plénières, qui réunissent tous les eurodéputés le plus souvent à Strasbourg, représentent les temps forts de la vie du Parlement européen.
by Les Décodeurs - friday at 17:45
L’IREF, un cercle de réflexion libéral, prétend que l’intégration des primes des agents du public dans le calcul des retraites coûterait 13 milliards d’euros par an à l’Etat. C’est faux.