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‘Anti-bullfighting’ reflections of a party pooper in need of emotion
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‘Anti-bullfighting’ reflections of a party pooper in need of emotion

Julian López was walking, The Juli, On May 28, in the Plaza de Aranjuez, giving passes as willful as they were lacking in grace to a crippled and amorphous bullfighter of Garcigrande, while the public showed a face of supine boredom and applauded without enthusiasm at the end of each round. The director of the band, infected by the gray atmosphere, had no better idea than to accompany the work of the bullfighter with the soundtrack of the film La Misión, and the celebration took on a strange and surprising funerary tinge. The same thing happened minutes later to Manzanares, with an animal of the same ilk, and the same countenance on the lines, but this time the notes of El Concierto de Aranjuez were heard. El Juli protested at the time and with good reason, the musician of the baton also...
“Cluster”, “emoji”, “VPN”: the new words of Petit Larousse are revealed
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“Cluster”, “emoji”, “VPN”: the new words of Petit Larousse are revealed

The 2022 edition of Little Larousse is a vintage record! 170 new occurrences will be part of the new dictionary. As every year, these additions reflect the technological, scientific and social advances of the previous year but for 2022, inevitably, the health crisis concerns the majority of new arrivals."Asymptomatic", click and collect and its French version "clicked-out", "cluster", "quatorzaine" and, of course, "Covid-19" and "SARS-CoV-2". The coronavirus crisis has marked the French language and The Petit Larousse had to follow. In addition to the new words and phrases it created, the pandemic has altered the meanings of several others. Confinement is no longer a criminal reclusion but the fact of staying at home while the curfew has lost its military connotation....
Halimi case, the emotion of the Jewish community remains
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Halimi case, the emotion of the Jewish community remains

The decision of the Court of Cassation did not extinguish the stir caused by the case of Sarah Halimi, the Jewish sexagenarian killed in 2017 in Paris. On April 14, the highest French court confirmed a judgment of the Paris Court of Appeal, which had found the murderer to be criminally irresponsible because he had been taken from a "Delusional puff" linked to heavy cannabis use. The decision rekindled misunderstandings about the judicial treatment of this crime recognized as anti-Semitic, but which will not be tried.Gatherings in memory of Sarah Halimi are scheduled for Sunday April 25 in several cities, including Paris, at the Trocadéro. The Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France (Crif), the Chief Rabbi of France and the President of the Consistory cal...