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Football: Spain, still in search of its lost glory
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Football: Spain, still in search of its lost glory

The "Roja" begins its Euro against Sweden, Monday, June 14, at the height of uncertainty, even if its strategist Luis Enrique wants to believe in the return of the past luster. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please contact our support team Learn more
Why am I still angry and typing?
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Why am I still angry and typing?

I think you ask two questions, Jules: the first, which is why you are always angry, and the second why, when you are angry, you can only type. As for your anger, you should think, much like a police officer investigating, what is going on in your life and what is not. And also what you would like, without succeeding, to change (because the idea that we cannot change what we no longer want can make you very angry). Are there things in what you are going through that you find painful, not normal, unfair? And or ? At school ? (with the teachers? the other students?). Or in your family? And, if this is your family, are the bad things about your parents? (seeing parents arguing all the time or not having a job, for example, can make you angry). Or ...
Harry Potter store in New York: why is the saga still popular?
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Harry Potter store in New York: why is the saga still popular?

But how far will the Harry Potter madness go? More than twenty after the release of the first volume, young and old continue to devour the epics of the hero with round glasses, imagined by JK Rowling. A success that does not dry up, despite consoles and streaming platforms which often win against the books. Why is Harry Potter still so popular?The figure of the orphanHarry Potter relates the adventures of a young orphan taken in and mistreated by his uncle and aunt, who joins the famous Hogwarts school of witchcraft, in which he lives incredible adventures. According to Anne Blanchard, editor-in-chief of The review of children's books at Gallimard Jeunesse, one of the reasons for the infatuation of the youngest for Harry undoubtedly lies in the fact that he is an orpha...
Far from being eradicated, leprosy is still rife
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Far from being eradicated, leprosy is still rife

These are images that we almost got used to, despite their harshness. A man with no forearms or legs, making his sleeve on the floor of a dusty street; a little girl smiling at the camera despite the spots that eat her face… Displayed in public transport or in the newspapers, these photos remind us that leprosy, one of the oldest diseases of humanity, continues to take its toll .According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are 2.8 million lepers in the world. Every two minutes, a new case arises, most often in India, Brazil, Indonesia, Nepal, Democratic Republic of Congo or Mozambique, six countries which alone account for 83% of the global prevalence (1 ).→ ANALYSIS. Leprosy can be treated, but the stigmas remain"If we sometimes tend to believe this disease...
American bishops and Joe Biden are still looking for each other
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American bishops and Joe Biden are still looking for each other

New YorkFrom our correspondentOn January 20, the day of Joe Biden's investiture, Pope Francis encourages him to work for the reconciliation of the country after the divisions of the Trump era. At the same time, Bishop José Gomez, president of the American Bishops' Conference (USCCB), issued a warning. "The new president has promised to conduct certain policies that would advance moral evils and threaten human life and dignity", writes the Archbishop of Los Angeles, referring in particular to the pro-abortion positions of the Democratic leader, second Catholic elected to the White House after John F. Kennedy. The tone of the letter caused such surprise among some bishops that Cardinal Blase Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, took the unprecedented decision to openly criticize...
“Isolated radicalizations and not always perceived by those around them”
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“Isolated radicalizations and not always perceived by those around them”

How do you assess the terrorist threat in France today, after the new murder of a police officer on April 23?Jean-Charles Brisard : It is still extremely high in France and mainly endogenous, linked to individuals settled in our territory. Their attacks can be perpetrated either in response to calls from terrorist organizations to take action, or in reaction to international news, or motivated by personal reasons. This is the sixth attack committed by an individual unknown to the intelligence services, a feature that has emerged over the past two or three years. The spectrum of the threat widens, it becomes much more diffuse. Which makes prevention particularly difficult.How do you analyze this radicalization of isolated individuals?J.-C. Brisard : This is of course th...