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This may be the end of nearly eighty years of questioning. After six years of investigation into this unsolved court case, the mystery surrounding the denunciation of Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis may have been solved.

It was Arnold Van den Bergh, a Jewish notary, who betrayed the Frank family to save his own, according to Rosemary Sullivan, the Canadian author of a new book titled Who betrayed Anne Frank? (Harpercollins, forthcoming January 19). A documentary on CBS accompanies the publication.

The allegations against Mr Van den Bergh, who died in 1950, are supported by evidence there, including an anonymous letter sent to Otto Frank, the family’s sole survivor, after World War II, identifying the notary as a traitor, according to sources. published items in Dutch media Monday January 17.

The Maison Anne-Frank, the museum dedicated to the young girl, told Agence France-Presse that the results of the investigation, led by Vincent Pankoke, a retired FBI agent, led to a ?fascinating hypothesis? but that they required further research. In 2016, Vincent Pankoke was contacted by Dutch director Thijs Buyens and journalist Pieter van Twisk to participate in an investigation aimed at unraveling the mystery surrounding the denunciation of Anne Frank and her family.

Anne Frank’s family had fled Germany in 1933 for the Netherlands. The 15-year-old girl, known throughout the world since the publication of her diary written between 1942 and 1944 while she was hiding with her family in a clandestine apartment in Amsterdam, was arrested on August 4, 1944. Deported to the Auschwitz extermination camp, she died between February and March 1945, after being transferred to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.

Read the survey: Article reserved for our subscribers The Anne Frank Puzzle

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Different theories have long circulated about the raid which revealed the secret annex where the family was hiding. Van den Bergh’s name had so far received little attention, but came to light during the investigation, which used modern techniques, including artificial intelligence, to analyze a massive volume of data.

The investigation narrowed the list of suspects to four, including Mr. Van den Bergh, a founding member of the Jewish Council, an administrative body created by Jews, under Nazi coercion, to organize deportations.

The investigators discovered that the family of the notary benefited from an exemption from deportation. This had been revoked at the time of the betrayal of the Franks, but the deportation of the Van den Bergh family had ultimately not taken place, for reasons which remain unknown.

Ronald Leopold, executive director of the Anne Frank House, warned that questions remained about the anonymous letter and that further investigation was needed. “You have to be very careful about writing someone down in history as the one who betrayed Anne Frank if you’re not 100% or 200% sure about that”, he declared to the AFP.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Amsterdam, the Anne-Frank museum renovated to maintain memory

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This may be the end of nearly eighty years of questioning. After six years of investigation into this unsolved court case, the mystery surrounding the denunciation of Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis may have been solved.

It was Arnold Van den Bergh, a Jewish notary, who betrayed the Frank family to save his own, according to Rosemary Sullivan, the Canadian author of a new book titled Who betrayed Anne Frank? (Harpercollins, forthcoming January 19). A documentary on CBS accompanies the publication.

The allegations against Mr Van den Bergh, who died in 1950, are supported by evidence there, including an anonymous letter sent to Otto Frank, the family’s sole survivor, after World War II, identifying the notary as a traitor, according to sources. published items in Dutch media Monday January 17.

The Maison Anne-Frank, the museum dedicated to the young girl, told Agence France-Presse that the results of the investigation, led by Vincent Pankoke, a retired FBI agent, led to a ?fascinating hypothesis? but that they required further research. In 2016, Vincent Pankoke was contacted by Dutch director Thijs Buyens and journalist Pieter van Twisk to participate in an investigation aimed at unraveling the mystery surrounding the denunciation of Anne Frank and her family.

Anne Frank’s family had fled Germany in 1933 for the Netherlands. The 15-year-old girl, known throughout the world since the publication of her diary written between 1942 and 1944 while she was hiding with her family in a clandestine apartment in Amsterdam, was arrested on August 4, 1944. Deported to the Auschwitz extermination camp, she died between February and March 1945, after being transferred to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.

Read the survey: Article reserved for our subscribers The Anne Frank Puzzle

Use of artificial intelligence

Different theories have long circulated about the raid which revealed the secret annex where the family was hiding. Van den Bergh’s name had so far received little attention, but came to light during the investigation, which used modern techniques, including artificial intelligence, to analyze a massive volume of data.

The investigation narrowed the list of suspects to four, including Mr. Van den Bergh, a founding member of the Jewish Council, an administrative body created by Jews, under Nazi coercion, to organize deportations.

The investigators discovered that the family of the notary benefited from an exemption from deportation. This had been revoked at the time of the betrayal of the Franks, but the deportation of the Van den Bergh family had ultimately not taken place, for reasons which remain unknown.

Ronald Leopold, executive director of the Anne Frank House, warned that questions remained about the anonymous letter and that further investigation was needed. “You have to be very careful about writing someone down in history as the one who betrayed Anne Frank if you’re not 100% or 200% sure about that”, he declared to the AFP.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Amsterdam, the Anne-Frank museum renovated to maintain memory

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The stability pact limits public deficits to 3% and debt to 60% of GDP. To avoid an economic collapse during the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19, the European Union had put it aside temporarily.

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This is a subject on which the Franco-German section does not agree. While France has made the advent of a “new growth model” one of the priority subjects of his presidency of the Council of the European Union, the French Minister for the Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, considered that the rules of the stability pact should be reviewed, which constrains the expenditure of the Twenty-Seven.

“We need a pact, we need common rules, but it must first be a growth pact”, he said, Monday, January 17. “Growth comes before stability”, he hammered, after juge “obsolete” the rule limiting public debt in an interview with European media published on Sunday evening.

The Stability Pact limits public deficits to 3% and debt to 60% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). To avoid an economic collapse during the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19, the European Union had put it aside temporarily. With the return of growth, the question of its reinstatement arises.

In October, the European Commission launched a public consultation on the development of the stability pact. The countries of the South, such as Spain, Italy, Greece or Portugal, whose debt soared during the crisis, are calling for more flexibility. They fear that a strict return to the stability pact will lead to a sharp reduction in public investment, at the risk of plunging the whole of Europe back into recession. As was the case after the 2008 financial crisis.

On his side, German Finance Minister Christian Lindner believes that the pact “has proven its flexibility during the crisis. But now is the time to rebuild fiscal buffers, which is why I strongly advocate sovereign debt reduction.”

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The stability pact limits public deficits to 3% and debt to 60% of GDP. To avoid an economic collapse during the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19, the European Union had put it aside temporarily.

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Posted

Reading time : 1 min.

This is a subject on which the Franco-German section does not agree. While France has made the advent of a “new growth model” one of the priority subjects of his presidency of the Council of the European Union, the French Minister for the Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, considered that the rules of the stability pact should be reviewed, which constrains the expenditure of the Twenty-Seven.

“We need a pact, we need common rules, but it must first be a growth pact”, he said, Monday, January 17. “Growth comes before stability”, he hammered, after juge “obsolete” the rule limiting public debt in an interview with European media published on Sunday evening.

The Stability Pact limits public deficits to 3% and debt to 60% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). To avoid an economic collapse during the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19, the European Union had put it aside temporarily. With the return of growth, the question of its reinstatement arises.

In October, the European Commission launched a public consultation on the development of the stability pact. The countries of the South, such as Spain, Italy, Greece or Portugal, whose debt soared during the crisis, are calling for more flexibility. They fear that a strict return to the stability pact will lead to a sharp reduction in public investment, at the risk of plunging the whole of Europe back into recession. As was the case after the 2008 financial crisis.

On his side, German Finance Minister Christian Lindner believes that the pact “has proven its flexibility during the crisis. But now is the time to rebuild fiscal buffers, which is why I strongly advocate sovereign debt reduction.”

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[date_timestamp] => 1642454478 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Three dead in the United Arab Emirates in a drone attack blamed on Houthi rebels [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/three-dead-in-the-united-arab-emirates-in-a-drone-attack-blamed-on-houthi-rebels/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 21:05:07 +0000 [category] => NewsArabattackblameddeaddroneEmiratesHouthirebelsUnited [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/three-dead-in-the-united-arab-emirates-in-a-drone-attack-blamed-on-houthi-rebels/ [description] => Partial view of the industrial area where the drones fell, killing three people, Monday January... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Three people – a Pakistani and two Indians – were killed in a series of explosions in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday (January 17). Three tank trucks exploded ?near ADNOC storage tanks [la compagnie pétrolière d?Abou Dhabi] », announced the official Emirati agency WAM, reporting “six injured”.

Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the attack: “The armed forces carried out a qualitative and successful military operation in the framework of an operation dubbed ‘Yemen’s Hurricane'”, said their spokesperson Yahya Saree in a statement broadcast on their Al-Massira channel. ?Number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities? were targeted with ballistic missiles and drones, he said.

A Houthi official claimed that the insurgents wanted to target ?places that are not of great strategic importance? to send a “Clear Warning”. “If the Emirates continue to attack Yemen, they will not be able to withstand painful strikes in the future”, Abdellilah Hajar told Agence France-Presse (AFP) in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen in the hands of the Houthis.

Additionally, a “minor fire” happened in ?the new construction area of ??Abu Dhabi International Airport?, added the agency without mentioning a victim. The explosion and the fire ” probably “ been caused by « drone », from “flying objects” being ” fallen down “ at the two places affected, said WAM, citing the Abu Dhabi police who have launched an investigation.

The Emirates are members of a military coalition under Saudi command, which has intervened since 2015 in Yemen to support government forces at war against Houthi rebels backed by Iran. This attack attributed to the Houthis is the first to cause deaths on Emirati territory. The Houthis have in the past threatened to strike and claimed responsibility for attacks that have never been confirmed by the authorities of this Gulf oil monarchy.

Read also Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missiles and drones fired from Yemen

Threat of a response from the Emirates

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates condemned this attack on “civilian installations on Emirati territory” and warned that she ?will not go unpunished?. ?The Emirates reserves the right to respond to these terrorist attacks and this sinister criminal escalation?, he said. “This thoughtlessness and irresponsible absurdity are doomed to annihilation”, warned on Twitter Anwar Gargash, the diplomatic adviser to the President of the Emirates, Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Allies of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have implicated the Yemeni rebels by denouncing an act “terrorist”. Iraq also condemned the attack, as did UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. ?There is no military solution to the conflict in Yemen?, believes Antonio Guterres, urging ?the parties to engage constructively and without preconditions? with his emissary “with the aim of advancing the political process to reach a comprehensive negotiated settlement to end the conflict in Yemen”, said the spokesperson.

Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French foreign minister, condemned “with the greatest firmness” these attacks. He called on the Houthis to put an end to their actions in Yemen and to engage in a political process to end the crisis. “France reaffirms its mobilization in favor of a cessation of hostilities throughout the country and a relaunch of discussions with a view to a global political agreement under the aegis of the United Nations”, Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement.

Intensification of the conflict

The conflict in Yemen which has killed 377,000 people has intensified in recent weeks with an increase in raids by the military coalition and ground offensives by government forces. For their part, the rebels have multiplied attacks by means of missiles and drones against Saudi Arabia, a neighboring country of Yemen.

The Riyadh-led coalition on Monday reported an increase in the number of “Drone bombs launched by Houthis from Sanaa International Airport”. She also claimed to have ?intercepted and destroyed eight drones launched in the direction of the kingdom? Saudi. Since taking over the capital Sanaa in 2014, the rebels have managed to seize large swaths of Yemeni territory, particularly in the north.

Read also In seven years, the war in Yemen will have caused the death of 377,000 people, by the end of 2021

On January 3, the Houthis seized the boat Rwabee flying the flag of the Emirates, off the Yemeni port of Hodeïda, claiming that it was carrying military equipment. The coalition assured that the boat was transporting equipment for a Yemeni hospital and denounced an act of “piracy”.

Iran, which has difficult relations with the Emirates, openly supports the rebels while denying supplying them with weapons, which its political opponents, Saudi Arabia and the United States, accuse.

Read also Saudi Arabia announces large-scale military operation in Yemen

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Three people – a Pakistani and two Indians – were killed in a series of explosions in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Monday (January 17). Three tank trucks exploded ?near ADNOC storage tanks [la compagnie pétrolière d?Abou Dhabi] », announced the official Emirati agency WAM, reporting “six injured”.

Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the attack: “The armed forces carried out a qualitative and successful military operation in the framework of an operation dubbed ‘Yemen’s Hurricane'”, said their spokesperson Yahya Saree in a statement broadcast on their Al-Massira channel. ?Number of important and sensitive Emirati sites and facilities? were targeted with ballistic missiles and drones, he said.

A Houthi official claimed that the insurgents wanted to target ?places that are not of great strategic importance? to send a “Clear Warning”. “If the Emirates continue to attack Yemen, they will not be able to withstand painful strikes in the future”, Abdellilah Hajar told Agence France-Presse (AFP) in Sanaa, the capital of Yemen in the hands of the Houthis.

Additionally, a “minor fire” happened in ?the new construction area of ??Abu Dhabi International Airport?, added the agency without mentioning a victim. The explosion and the fire ” probably “ been caused by « drone », from “flying objects” being ” fallen down “ at the two places affected, said WAM, citing the Abu Dhabi police who have launched an investigation.

The Emirates are members of a military coalition under Saudi command, which has intervened since 2015 in Yemen to support government forces at war against Houthi rebels backed by Iran. This attack attributed to the Houthis is the first to cause deaths on Emirati territory. The Houthis have in the past threatened to strike and claimed responsibility for attacks that have never been confirmed by the authorities of this Gulf oil monarchy.

Read also Saudi Arabia intercepts ballistic missiles and drones fired from Yemen

Threat of a response from the Emirates

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates condemned this attack on “civilian installations on Emirati territory” and warned that she ?will not go unpunished?. ?The Emirates reserves the right to respond to these terrorist attacks and this sinister criminal escalation?, he said. “This thoughtlessness and irresponsible absurdity are doomed to annihilation”, warned on Twitter Anwar Gargash, the diplomatic adviser to the President of the Emirates, Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Allies of the Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have implicated the Yemeni rebels by denouncing an act “terrorist”. Iraq also condemned the attack, as did UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. ?There is no military solution to the conflict in Yemen?, believes Antonio Guterres, urging ?the parties to engage constructively and without preconditions? with his emissary “with the aim of advancing the political process to reach a comprehensive negotiated settlement to end the conflict in Yemen”, said the spokesperson.

Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French foreign minister, condemned “with the greatest firmness” these attacks. He called on the Houthis to put an end to their actions in Yemen and to engage in a political process to end the crisis. “France reaffirms its mobilization in favor of a cessation of hostilities throughout the country and a relaunch of discussions with a view to a global political agreement under the aegis of the United Nations”, Jean-Yves Le Drian said in a statement.

Intensification of the conflict

The conflict in Yemen which has killed 377,000 people has intensified in recent weeks with an increase in raids by the military coalition and ground offensives by government forces. For their part, the rebels have multiplied attacks by means of missiles and drones against Saudi Arabia, a neighboring country of Yemen.

The Riyadh-led coalition on Monday reported an increase in the number of “Drone bombs launched by Houthis from Sanaa International Airport”. She also claimed to have ?intercepted and destroyed eight drones launched in the direction of the kingdom? Saudi. Since taking over the capital Sanaa in 2014, the rebels have managed to seize large swaths of Yemeni territory, particularly in the north.

Read also In seven years, the war in Yemen will have caused the death of 377,000 people, by the end of 2021

On January 3, the Houthis seized the boat Rwabee flying the flag of the Emirates, off the Yemeni port of Hodeïda, claiming that it was carrying military equipment. The coalition assured that the boat was transporting equipment for a Yemeni hospital and denounced an act of “piracy”.

Iran, which has difficult relations with the Emirates, openly supports the rebels while denying supplying them with weapons, which its political opponents, Saudi Arabia and the United States, accuse.

Read also Saudi Arabia announces large-scale military operation in Yemen

The world

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Started in December, the wave caused by the Omicron variant led to a rush towards the means of screening for Covid-19, whether PCR tests, antigen tests or self-tests. A rush that has a cost.

“We spent over a billion euros on tests last December with 28 million tests, and I think we will spend just over a billion and a half euros in the month of January”, explained, Monday, January 17, the Minister Delegate for Public Accounts, Olivier Dussopt, questioned on the antenna of Sud Radio Monday.

For the time being, a large part of the screening tests for Covid-19 are carried out ?free of charge? [sans avance de frais de la part de la personne testée], especially in the case of valid vaccination status. They are financed by Social Security and are compensated by the State.

Read also Free self-tests for children contact case: how does it work?

A vaccination that should cost “several billion euros” in 2022

“Not all tests have the same cost, antigens are cheaper than PCR in terms of public finances”, also underlined the minister, on Monday, specifying: ?we have always said that investments in the medical field, tests, vaccination, were good investments?.

Regarding the cost of vaccination last year, Olivier Dussopt said on Monday that the bill represented ?just over five billion euros? and what it would cost ?several billion euros in 2022?, suggesting that it could be less than the amount spent in 2021.

The cost of the health bill ?does not prevent us from returning to a more sustainable public finance trajectory?, estimated the minister, who affirmed the day before in the columns of the Sunday newspaper that France’s public deficit would ultimately be ?close to 7%? gross domestic product (GDP) in 2021, while the government was still expecting 8.2% last year.

Read also Sanitary pass deactivated for lack of a booster dose from January 15: 10 questions to understand

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) [summary] => The wait is long, on January 7, 2022, in front of this Parisian pharmacy to... [atom_content] =>

Started in December, the wave caused by the Omicron variant led to a rush towards the means of screening for Covid-19, whether PCR tests, antigen tests or self-tests. A rush that has a cost.

“We spent over a billion euros on tests last December with 28 million tests, and I think we will spend just over a billion and a half euros in the month of January”, explained, Monday, January 17, the Minister Delegate for Public Accounts, Olivier Dussopt, questioned on the antenna of Sud Radio Monday.

For the time being, a large part of the screening tests for Covid-19 are carried out ?free of charge? [sans avance de frais de la part de la personne testée], especially in the case of valid vaccination status. They are financed by Social Security and are compensated by the State.

Read also Free self-tests for children contact case: how does it work?

A vaccination that should cost “several billion euros” in 2022

“Not all tests have the same cost, antigens are cheaper than PCR in terms of public finances”, also underlined the minister, on Monday, specifying: ?we have always said that investments in the medical field, tests, vaccination, were good investments?.

Regarding the cost of vaccination last year, Olivier Dussopt said on Monday that the bill represented ?just over five billion euros? and what it would cost ?several billion euros in 2022?, suggesting that it could be less than the amount spent in 2021.

The cost of the health bill ?does not prevent us from returning to a more sustainable public finance trajectory?, estimated the minister, who affirmed the day before in the columns of the Sunday newspaper that France’s public deficit would ultimately be ?close to 7%? gross domestic product (GDP) in 2021, while the government was still expecting 8.2% last year.

Read also Sanitary pass deactivated for lack of a booster dose from January 15: 10 questions to understand

The World with AFP

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UNITED KINGDOM – ?Beautiful garden. Ideal for parties. Plenty of room in the fridge for wine.? Never underestimate the inventiveness of Internet users to make fun of a political scandal. For several days, it is Boris Johson who has taken for his rank, bogged down in the scandal of aperitifs organized in Downing Street while his fellow citizens were confined.

“Friday aperitifs”, alcoholic parties, one of which was organized the day before Prince Philippe’s funeral… The world has discovered that the Prime Minister and his government have had a good time at their workplace while confinement and the health rules were in force and hammered every day, under penalty of sanctions. If he apologized several times, many have called for his resignation. Meanwhile, on social networks, Internet users are having fun with the situation and have reclassified his residence at 10 Downing Street as a ?nightclub?.

?The best secret nightclub in England?

On the TripAdvisor travel advice platform, the page dedicated to this historic site welcomes many new opinions, posted very recently, on the quality of reception and catering of the place, as a bar/discotheque.

?Superb party place with an incredible blood red wallpaper but their bar was not very good in terms of supply?, judges a surfer by putting a note of one star out of five. ?One of the few places where you can have a real party during the Covid closures! No restrictions but a lot of alcohol here!?, judges another, adding the same note.

?A great place for a drink after work or a bachelor party. The owner will even allow you to bring your own alcohol?, says another ?visitor?. The latter referring to Boris Johnson’s personal secretary, Martin Reynolds, who notably sent an email entitled “Bring your alcohol” before one of the offending parties.

?Best secret nightclub in England, cheese galore but you have to come with your own booze in a wheeled case so you don’t arouse suspicion. Two nice bouncers at the door dressed as police officers were cute and no admission charge, the host was a bit of a jester with unkempt hair. All in all, a great concert while everyone obeyed the rules of confinement?, can we read again.

Ending the ?tradition?

Cornered, Boris Johnson assured Sunday that he now wanted to tackle himself the ?underlying culture? of the official residence of British Prime Ministers. In particular, he plans to ban alcohol in Downing Street.

According to Conservative Party Chairman and Minister Without Portfolio Oliver Dowden, Boris Johnson ?is contrite and deeply sorry for what has happened?. ?But, more importantly, he is determined to ensure that this cannot happen and that we tackle the underlying culture in Downing Street,? he continued on the BBC.

Saturday, January 15, the Mirror claimed that every Friday, Downing Street workers ended their working week by sharing glasses of wine, a “longstanding tradition” that has continued despite the introduction of Covid-related restrictions prohibiting such gatherings.

See also on The HuffPost: For Christmas, Boris Johnson encourages vaccination by evoking Jesus

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UNITED KINGDOM – ?Beautiful garden. Ideal for parties. Plenty of room in the fridge for wine.? Never underestimate the inventiveness of Internet users to make fun of a political scandal. For several days, it is Boris Johson who has taken for his rank, bogged down in the scandal of aperitifs organized in Downing Street while his fellow citizens were confined.

“Friday aperitifs”, alcoholic parties, one of which was organized the day before Prince Philippe’s funeral… The world has discovered that the Prime Minister and his government have had a good time at their workplace while confinement and the health rules were in force and hammered every day, under penalty of sanctions. If he apologized several times, many have called for his resignation. Meanwhile, on social networks, Internet users are having fun with the situation and have reclassified his residence at 10 Downing Street as a ?nightclub?.

?The best secret nightclub in England?

On the TripAdvisor travel advice platform, the page dedicated to this historic site welcomes many new opinions, posted very recently, on the quality of reception and catering of the place, as a bar/discotheque.

?Superb party place with an incredible blood red wallpaper but their bar was not very good in terms of supply?, judges a surfer by putting a note of one star out of five. ?One of the few places where you can have a real party during the Covid closures! No restrictions but a lot of alcohol here!?, judges another, adding the same note.

?A great place for a drink after work or a bachelor party. The owner will even allow you to bring your own alcohol?, says another ?visitor?. The latter referring to Boris Johnson’s personal secretary, Martin Reynolds, who notably sent an email entitled “Bring your alcohol” before one of the offending parties.

?Best secret nightclub in England, cheese galore but you have to come with your own booze in a wheeled case so you don’t arouse suspicion. Two nice bouncers at the door dressed as police officers were cute and no admission charge, the host was a bit of a jester with unkempt hair. All in all, a great concert while everyone obeyed the rules of confinement?, can we read again.

Ending the ?tradition?

Cornered, Boris Johnson assured Sunday that he now wanted to tackle himself the ?underlying culture? of the official residence of British Prime Ministers. In particular, he plans to ban alcohol in Downing Street.

According to Conservative Party Chairman and Minister Without Portfolio Oliver Dowden, Boris Johnson ?is contrite and deeply sorry for what has happened?. ?But, more importantly, he is determined to ensure that this cannot happen and that we tackle the underlying culture in Downing Street,? he continued on the BBC.

Saturday, January 15, the Mirror claimed that every Friday, Downing Street workers ended their working week by sharing glasses of wine, a “longstanding tradition” that has continued despite the introduction of Covid-related restrictions prohibiting such gatherings.

See also on The HuffPost: For Christmas, Boris Johnson encourages vaccination by evoking Jesus

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Ronaldo receives a trophy for his national goalscoring record

The Portugal striker is rewarded for his goalscoring record with the selection (115 goals). Present on set, the Manchester United star seems delighted to receive this new trophy. “I’m passionate about the game. I feel good, I’m motivated. I love football. I can play for another four or five years, it depends on the motivation and the work done on a daily basis”, explains CR7.

Lewandowski doubles up

Lewandowski is voted best player for the second consecutive year. Something to alleviate his disappointment at not having won the Ballon d’Or.

Lewandowski receives his trophy

Bayern Munich leaders present their trophy to Lewandowski. “Thank you, I’m proud and honoured. I thank all my teammates, my club and my family,” said the Polish striker.

Lewandowski voted player of the year 2021

Robert Lewandowski is voted best player of the year 2021.

Putellas voted player of the year 2021

Alexia Putellas, the Spanish striker of FC Barcelona, ??is voted best player of the year 2021. She had already won the Ballon d’Or almost two months ago.

Kanté, the only Frenchman in the standard team

N’Golo Kanté is the only Frenchman to appear in the eleven type of the year 2021. A rather improbable team, organized in 3-3-4…

Donnarumma – Alaba, Ruben Dias, Bonucci – Jorginho, Kante, De Bruyne – Ronaldo, Haaland, Lewandowski, Messi

Wendie Renard named Team of the Year

Wendie Renard, the defender of OL and Les Bleues, is part of the eleven type of the year 2021:

Endler – Bronze, Renard, Bright, Eriksson – Banini, Lloyd, Bonansea – Miedema, Marta, Morgan

Danish and Finnish fans honored

FIFA awards a special trophy to fans of Denmark and Finland for their behavior during Christian Eriksen’s heart attack during Euro 2021.

Tuchel has bounced back perfectly after his ousting from PSG

After being ousted by PSG, Thomas Tuchel won the last Champions League with Chelsea. “I feel good in this very competitive club. We try to give the best of ourselves”, explains the German technician.

Tuchel voted best coach of the year 2021

Thomas Tuchel, the Chelsea coach, is voted best coach of the year 2021.

Wenger announces the name of the coach of the year

The former French coach, who works for Fifa, will reveal the name of the best coach of the year 2021 in men’s football.

Hayes voted best women’s soccer coach

Emma Hayes has been voted Women’s Football Coach of the Year 2021. The Englishman is at the helm of Chelsea. “I’m in shock,” she says in video. Obviously, she really did not expect it.

Denmark’s medical staff win fair play award

The medical staff of the Denmark team is rewarded for their work and their responsiveness during the heart attack suffered by Christian Eriksen during Euro 2021.

Lamela wins Puskas award for his scarf kick against Arsenal

Erik Lamela wins the Puskas trophy, rewarding the most beautiful goal of the year 2021. “I did not realize at the time that this goal was so special”, explains the former Tottenham player (now in Seville), rewarded for his neckerchief stunt against Arsenal in March 2021.

Yaya Touré arrives for the Puskas award

The former Ivorian midfielder (38), passed by Barça or Manchester City, is present to unveil the winner of the Puskas prize.

A little revenge for Mendy

After missing the Yachine trophy, awarded to Gianluigi Donnarumma during the 2021 Ballon d’Or ceremony, Edouard Mendy offers himself a nice consolation prize with this Fifa The Best trophy.

Mendy voted best goalkeeper of the year 2021

Edouard Mendy is elected best goalkeeper of the year 2021! The Chelsea goalkeeper, who is playing CAN 2022 with Senegal, is ahead of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Manuel Neuer.

Schmeichel present to unveil the best goalkeeper

Former Danish goalkeeper and Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel (58) arrives to reveal the name of the best goalkeeper of the year.

Endler named Goalkeeper of the Year 2021

Christiane Endler is voted best goalkeeper of the year 2021. The 30-year-old Chilean moved from PSG to OL last summer. She expresses her gratitude in video.

Steve Nash sends a message to Christine Sinclair

Brooklyn Nets coach Steve Nash, former legendary NBA leader, sends a very touching message to Christine Sinclair. ?You are an example for all of us?, throws the Canadian star, in a message projected on the giant screen.

Christine Sinclair receives a trophy for her goalscoring record

The Canadian is the top scorer in the history of the selections (188). A trophy is awarded to him for his record. She speaks in video: “Thank you very much. I thank Fifa, my family, my parents who have supported me since I was a child, my brother, my partners, my coaches”, explains the 38-year-old striker, who plays at the Portland Thorns (United States).

“Football has suffered but it’s back,” says Infantino

Gianni Infantino, Fifa President: “Welcome everyone to our home of Fifa. It’s a pleasure for us to bring this evening of football celebration. Football has suffered for the past two years, but it’s back! “

The ceremony begins in Zürich

Let’s go for the big Fifa The Best evening!

Who voted to award the trophies?

A panel of coaches, captains, journalists and supporters voted at the end of last year to establish the list of these Fifa The Best 2021 trophies. Explanations here.

Consolation for Lewandowski, confirmation for Putellas?

Crowned last year, Robert Lewandowski is announced as the favorite for this 2021 election. The Bayern Munich striker is a finalist alongside Lionel Messi and Mohamed Salah for the best player trophy. Among the women, the Spaniard Alexia Putellas is favored in the forecasts.

Robert Lewandowski – Bayern © Icon Sport

welcome to all

Gala evening at FIFA headquarters. The Best ceremony will take place this evening in Zürich, in the north of Switzerland (from 7 p.m.). Almost two months after the Ballon d’Or evening. Six trophies will be awarded: that of the best player, the best player, the best coaches (male and female football), the best goalkeeper and the best goalkeeper. Follow this event live on RMC Sport!

) [summary] => 20:25 Ronaldo receives a trophy for his national goalscoring record The Portugal striker is rewarded... [atom_content] =>

Ronaldo receives a trophy for his national goalscoring record

The Portugal striker is rewarded for his goalscoring record with the selection (115 goals). Present on set, the Manchester United star seems delighted to receive this new trophy. “I’m passionate about the game. I feel good, I’m motivated. I love football. I can play for another four or five years, it depends on the motivation and the work done on a daily basis”, explains CR7.

Lewandowski doubles up

Lewandowski is voted best player for the second consecutive year. Something to alleviate his disappointment at not having won the Ballon d’Or.

Lewandowski receives his trophy

Bayern Munich leaders present their trophy to Lewandowski. “Thank you, I’m proud and honoured. I thank all my teammates, my club and my family,” said the Polish striker.

Lewandowski voted player of the year 2021

Robert Lewandowski is voted best player of the year 2021.

Putellas voted player of the year 2021

Alexia Putellas, the Spanish striker of FC Barcelona, ??is voted best player of the year 2021. She had already won the Ballon d’Or almost two months ago.

Kanté, the only Frenchman in the standard team

N’Golo Kanté is the only Frenchman to appear in the eleven type of the year 2021. A rather improbable team, organized in 3-3-4…

Donnarumma – Alaba, Ruben Dias, Bonucci – Jorginho, Kante, De Bruyne – Ronaldo, Haaland, Lewandowski, Messi

Wendie Renard named Team of the Year

Wendie Renard, the defender of OL and Les Bleues, is part of the eleven type of the year 2021:

Endler – Bronze, Renard, Bright, Eriksson – Banini, Lloyd, Bonansea – Miedema, Marta, Morgan

Danish and Finnish fans honored

FIFA awards a special trophy to fans of Denmark and Finland for their behavior during Christian Eriksen’s heart attack during Euro 2021.

Tuchel has bounced back perfectly after his ousting from PSG

After being ousted by PSG, Thomas Tuchel won the last Champions League with Chelsea. “I feel good in this very competitive club. We try to give the best of ourselves”, explains the German technician.

Tuchel voted best coach of the year 2021

Thomas Tuchel, the Chelsea coach, is voted best coach of the year 2021.

Wenger announces the name of the coach of the year

The former French coach, who works for Fifa, will reveal the name of the best coach of the year 2021 in men’s football.

Hayes voted best women’s soccer coach

Emma Hayes has been voted Women’s Football Coach of the Year 2021. The Englishman is at the helm of Chelsea. “I’m in shock,” she says in video. Obviously, she really did not expect it.

Denmark’s medical staff win fair play award

The medical staff of the Denmark team is rewarded for their work and their responsiveness during the heart attack suffered by Christian Eriksen during Euro 2021.

Lamela wins Puskas award for his scarf kick against Arsenal

Erik Lamela wins the Puskas trophy, rewarding the most beautiful goal of the year 2021. “I did not realize at the time that this goal was so special”, explains the former Tottenham player (now in Seville), rewarded for his neckerchief stunt against Arsenal in March 2021.

Yaya Touré arrives for the Puskas award

The former Ivorian midfielder (38), passed by Barça or Manchester City, is present to unveil the winner of the Puskas prize.

A little revenge for Mendy

After missing the Yachine trophy, awarded to Gianluigi Donnarumma during the 2021 Ballon d’Or ceremony, Edouard Mendy offers himself a nice consolation prize with this Fifa The Best trophy.

Mendy voted best goalkeeper of the year 2021

Edouard Mendy is elected best goalkeeper of the year 2021! The Chelsea goalkeeper, who is playing CAN 2022 with Senegal, is ahead of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Manuel Neuer.

Schmeichel present to unveil the best goalkeeper

Former Danish goalkeeper and Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel (58) arrives to reveal the name of the best goalkeeper of the year.

Endler named Goalkeeper of the Year 2021

Christiane Endler is voted best goalkeeper of the year 2021. The 30-year-old Chilean moved from PSG to OL last summer. She expresses her gratitude in video.

Steve Nash sends a message to Christine Sinclair

Brooklyn Nets coach Steve Nash, former legendary NBA leader, sends a very touching message to Christine Sinclair. ?You are an example for all of us?, throws the Canadian star, in a message projected on the giant screen.

Christine Sinclair receives a trophy for her goalscoring record

The Canadian is the top scorer in the history of the selections (188). A trophy is awarded to him for his record. She speaks in video: “Thank you very much. I thank Fifa, my family, my parents who have supported me since I was a child, my brother, my partners, my coaches”, explains the 38-year-old striker, who plays at the Portland Thorns (United States).

“Football has suffered but it’s back,” says Infantino

Gianni Infantino, Fifa President: “Welcome everyone to our home of Fifa. It’s a pleasure for us to bring this evening of football celebration. Football has suffered for the past two years, but it’s back! “

The ceremony begins in Zürich

Let’s go for the big Fifa The Best evening!

Who voted to award the trophies?

A panel of coaches, captains, journalists and supporters voted at the end of last year to establish the list of these Fifa The Best 2021 trophies. Explanations here.

Consolation for Lewandowski, confirmation for Putellas?

Crowned last year, Robert Lewandowski is announced as the favorite for this 2021 election. The Bayern Munich striker is a finalist alongside Lionel Messi and Mohamed Salah for the best player trophy. Among the women, the Spaniard Alexia Putellas is favored in the forecasts.

Robert Lewandowski – Bayern © Icon Sport

welcome to all

Gala evening at FIFA headquarters. The Best ceremony will take place this evening in Zürich, in the north of Switzerland (from 7 p.m.). Almost two months after the Ballon d’Or evening. Six trophies will be awarded: that of the best player, the best player, the best coaches (male and female football), the best goalkeeper and the best goalkeeper. Follow this event live on RMC Sport!

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A 23-year-old Frenchman was charged with “attempted murder” and imprisoned in Belgium for pushing a woman on the tracks of the metro in Brussels on Friday January 14, announced the Belgian capital’s public prosecutor’s office.

A video of the assault was widely shared on social media, sparking outrage in the country. On these CCTV images, which we have chosen not to relay, we see a young man wearing a black T-shirt and bag strolling on the subway platform before violently pushing a woman on the rails. The assault occurs just seconds before the arrival of a train, which manages to stop in extremis. The victim, slightly injured, and the metro driver, shocked, were both briefly hospitalized on Friday evening.

The author, arrested the same evening in another metro station, was presented on Saturday to an investigating judge who charged him with “attempted murder”, then placed in detention, according to the prosecution. Identified by Belgian media as a 23-year-old Frenchman from the Nancy region (Meurthe-et-Moselle), the suspect must undergo a psychiatric examination in the coming days, said the prosecution.

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A 23-year-old Frenchman was charged with “attempted murder” and imprisoned in Belgium for pushing a woman on the tracks of the metro in Brussels on Friday January 14, announced the Belgian capital’s public prosecutor’s office.

A video of the assault was widely shared on social media, sparking outrage in the country. On these CCTV images, which we have chosen not to relay, we see a young man wearing a black T-shirt and bag strolling on the subway platform before violently pushing a woman on the rails. The assault occurs just seconds before the arrival of a train, which manages to stop in extremis. The victim, slightly injured, and the metro driver, shocked, were both briefly hospitalized on Friday evening.

The author, arrested the same evening in another metro station, was presented on Saturday to an investigating judge who charged him with “attempted murder”, then placed in detention, according to the prosecution. Identified by Belgian media as a 23-year-old Frenchman from the Nancy region (Meurthe-et-Moselle), the suspect must undergo a psychiatric examination in the coming days, said the prosecution.

[date_timestamp] => 1642449613 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Covid-19: a nurse arrested because she pretended to vaccinate antivax (video) [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/covid-19-a-nurse-arrested-because-she-pretended-to-vaccinate-antivax-video/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 19:43:04 +0000 [category] => NewsantivaxarrestedCovid19nursepretendedvaccinatevideo [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/covid-19-a-nurse-arrested-because-she-pretended-to-vaccinate-antivax-video/ [description] => Produced using a hidden camera, this video allowed the Italian police to unmask and arrest,... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Produced using a hidden camera, this video allowed the Italian police to unmask and arrest, on January 15, a nurse who was pretending to vaccinate antivax patients, in an anti-covid center in Palermo (Sicily).

This new case broke out in Italy less than a week after that which occurred in Ancona in the Marche region, on January 11, revealing that a nurse had been arrested for having performed 45 false injections of anti-covid vaccines against payment.

This time, it is a Sicilian nurse working at the vaccination center set up at the Fiera del Mediterraneo in Palermo. It was as part of their investigation into fake vaccines that the Digos police officers (General Investigation and Special Operations Division) filmed the criminal actions of this nurse for several days.

The caregiver is accused of having made false injections of anti-covid vaccine on 11 consenting people, and of having issued them official certificates thus allowing them to obtain their vaccination pass. She was arrested for forgery and embezzlement.

She emptied the vaccine on a square of gauze

The procedure used by this nurse was very simple. She filled the syringe with a dose of vaccine then emptied it onto a square of gauze before pretending to inject the vaccine into the arm of people opposed to vaccination, all in exchange for the sum of 400 euros.

According to the police, the nurse in question would have herself received a false booster dose of vaccine administered by one of her colleagues. She was arrested in December and placed under house arrest on the same charges.

Digos investigators are continuing their investigations to find out if other healthcare personnel are not involved in this case of fake vaccines.

These facts occur in a context of reinforcement in Italy of measures to fight against the Omicron variant. Indeed, the Italian government introduced at the beginning of January, the vaccination obligation for all people aged over 50, except for those recently cured.

And since January 10, Italians must be in possession of a vaccination pass to be able to take transport, frequent hotels, restaurant terraces, fairs and congresses, swimming pools and gyms.

) [summary] => Produced using a hidden camera, this video allowed the Italian police to unmask and arrest,... [atom_content] =>

Produced using a hidden camera, this video allowed the Italian police to unmask and arrest, on January 15, a nurse who was pretending to vaccinate antivax patients, in an anti-covid center in Palermo (Sicily).

This new case broke out in Italy less than a week after that which occurred in Ancona in the Marche region, on January 11, revealing that a nurse had been arrested for having performed 45 false injections of anti-covid vaccines against payment.

This time, it is a Sicilian nurse working at the vaccination center set up at the Fiera del Mediterraneo in Palermo. It was as part of their investigation into fake vaccines that the Digos police officers (General Investigation and Special Operations Division) filmed the criminal actions of this nurse for several days.

The caregiver is accused of having made false injections of anti-covid vaccine on 11 consenting people, and of having issued them official certificates thus allowing them to obtain their vaccination pass. She was arrested for forgery and embezzlement.

She emptied the vaccine on a square of gauze

The procedure used by this nurse was very simple. She filled the syringe with a dose of vaccine then emptied it onto a square of gauze before pretending to inject the vaccine into the arm of people opposed to vaccination, all in exchange for the sum of 400 euros.

According to the police, the nurse in question would have herself received a false booster dose of vaccine administered by one of her colleagues. She was arrested in December and placed under house arrest on the same charges.

Digos investigators are continuing their investigations to find out if other healthcare personnel are not involved in this case of fake vaccines.

These facts occur in a context of reinforcement in Italy of measures to fight against the Omicron variant. Indeed, the Italian government introduced at the beginning of January, the vaccination obligation for all people aged over 50, except for those recently cured.

And since January 10, Italians must be in possession of a vaccination pass to be able to take transport, frequent hotels, restaurant terraces, fairs and congresses, swimming pools and gyms.

[date_timestamp] => 1642448584 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => the outdoor mask again compulsory in Ile-de-France and Loire-Atlantique in the busiest places [link] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/the-outdoor-mask-again-compulsory-in-ile-de-france-and-loire-atlantique-in-the-busiest-places/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Michael Johnson ) [pubdate] => Mon, 17 Jan 2022 19:27:22 +0000 [category] => NewsbusiestcompulsoryÎledeFranceLoireAtlantiquemaskoutdoorplaces [guid] => https://brandnewstores.com/news/the-outdoor-mask-again-compulsory-in-ile-de-france-and-loire-atlantique-in-the-busiest-places/ [description] => The obligation is imposed in particular on the markets, in the gatherings, at the stops... [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The obligation is imposed in particular on the markets, in the gatherings, at the stops of public transport or near schools and places of worship.

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The prefects have reviewed their copy. The Paris police chief issued a new decree on Monday January 17 listing the places and circumstances in which the wearing of a mask is compulsory outdoors in the capital, after the suspension on Friday by the administrative court of the obligation of its port everywhere in the capital.

>> Covid-19: the latest information on the epidemic live

In a statement posted on Twitter, Didier Lallement explains that“in order to comply with the decision of the administrative court”, the new decree “imposes the wearing of a mask compulsory in a series of circumstances and places in which the density of the population does not guarantee, without wearing a mask, the proper respect of barrier gestures”.

The obligation to wear a mask is thus imposed on markets, flea markets, garage sales, in gatherings, demonstrations “of 10 or more people”, at bus and tram stops, around railway stations and shopping center entrances, during their opening hours, around schools and universities, when the public enters and leaves, around places of worship and in the queues. Similar decrees are taken in each of the departments of the Ile-de-France region.

A similar decision was taken the same day by the prefect of Loire-Atlantique, after the decision of the administrative court to suspend the obligation to wear it outdoors last week. According to this new decree, wearing a mask is compulsory until February 25 in places “high concentration of people”. These are the same places as those of the decree issued in Paris.

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The obligation is imposed in particular on the markets, in the gatherings, at the stops of public transport or near schools and places of worship.

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The prefects have reviewed their copy. The Paris police chief issued a new decree on Monday January 17 listing the places and circumstances in which the wearing of a mask is compulsory outdoors in the capital, after the suspension on Friday by the administrative court of the obligation of its port everywhere in the capital.

>> Covid-19: the latest information on the epidemic live

In a statement posted on Twitter, Didier Lallement explains that“in order to comply with the decision of the administrative court”, the new decree “imposes the wearing of a mask compulsory in a series of circumstances and places in which the density of the population does not guarantee, without wearing a mask, the proper respect of barrier gestures”.

The obligation to wear a mask is thus imposed on markets, flea markets, garage sales, in gatherings, demonstrations “of 10 or more people”, at bus and tram stops, around railway stations and shopping center entrances, during their opening hours, around schools and universities, when the public enters and leaves, around places of worship and in the queues. Similar decrees are taken in each of the departments of the Ile-de-France region.

A similar decision was taken the same day by the prefect of Loire-Atlantique, after the decision of the administrative court to suspend the obligation to wear it outdoors last week. According to this new decree, wearing a mask is compulsory until February 25 in places “high concentration of people”. These are the same places as those of the decree issued in Paris.

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