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12h35 06  mars
Pope Francis holds historic meeting with revered Shia cleric in Iraq’s Najaf
Pope Francis has held a historic meeting with revered Shia Muslim cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani on the second day of the pontiff’s visit to Iraq.
13h10
Canada vowed to protect its Indigenous women. But they are still being blamed for their own deaths
February marked the culmination of a nearly decade-long legal saga that raised national questions about how Canada treats Indigenous women. Cindy Gladue, a 36-year-old Canadian Cree-Métis mother of three, bled to death in a hotel bathtub almost a decade ago.
10h38
Car bomb explodes in Somalia’s capital, killing at least 20 people
At least 20 people were killed and more than 30 others wounded in a car bomb blast in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Friday night, police and emergency services said.
21h54 05  mars
Myanmar envoy to UN: It seems like they have a license to kill
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour speaks with Dr. Sasa, envoy representing Myanmar’s Parliament to the UN, about the ongoing protests in Myanmar.
17h12 25  février
Brexit leaves London fighting for its future as Europe poaches business
London has been the unrivaled king of European finance for more than three decades. Brexit is starting to change that.
08h03 03  mars
How a Chinese website for pirated TV shows became a cultural touchstone for millennials
When Bill Liang realized that popular video download and streaming service Renren Yingshi might be gone for good his heart sank.
19h45
This piercing chain thinks it has found a new way to get people through mall doors
Consumers typically have flocked to malls because they’re a one-stop shop for everything from socks to sofa sets. Now, one of the biggest mall jewelers in the United States is giving some folks the chance to cross another item off their shopping lists.
00h59 01  mars
The multilingual voice app helping Indians shop online
In a country where 1.3 billion people speak 22 officially recognized languages and hundreds of dialects, communication can be a problem, especially online.
14h11 17  février
This AI reads children’s emotions as they learn
Before the pandemic, Ka Tim Chu, teacher and vice principal of Hong Kong’s True Light College, looked at his students’ faces to gauge how they were responding to classwork. Now, with most of his lessons online, technology is helping Chu to read the room. An AI-powered learning platform monitors his...
16h44 18  septembre
US cities are losing 36 million trees a year. Here’s why it matters
If you’re looking for a reason to care about tree loss, the nation’s latest heat wave might be it. Trees can lower summer daytime temperatures by as much as 10 degrees Fahrenheit, according to a recent study.
15h14 12  juillet
Miami’s Little Haiti wasn’t a target for developers. Until the seas started to rise
09h20
How rich people could help save the planet from the climate crisis
Rich people don’t just have bigger bank balances and more lavish lifestyles than the rest of us -- they also have bigger carbon footprints.
08h59 05  mars
Your front row seat at Paris Fashion Week
While the novel coronavirus was the talk of the town in Paris during the womenswear shows this time last year, nobody could have predicted that it would continue to define fashion’s seasonal calendar twelve months later.
23h41 01  mars
Rare painting sold by Angelina Jolie smashes auction record
A rare Winston Churchill painting that was gifted to US President Franklin D. Roosevelt during World War II and eventually made its way into actor Angelina Jolie’s collection has become the most expensive painting by the former British prime minister to sell at auction, fetching nearly 8.3 million...
17h07 23  février
Queen’s award honors young ’agent for change’
Emerging British fashion designer Priya Ahluwalia, whose work is setting a new standard for ethical fashion design, has won the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.
09h28 20  février
The Louvre is shut but it’s buzzing with activity
As the world’s most visited museum awakens, escalators that once carried up to 40,000 pairs of feet a day loop quietly through the empty lobby.
17h28 18  février
Kamala Harris’s stepdaughter makes surprise runway debut at NYFW
Ella Emhoff has made her official runway debut for American label Proenza Schouler at New York Fashion Week.
14h13 17  février
Fashion community takes stand against Asian hate crimes in the US
Following a wave of anti-Asian hate crimes taking place in the US in recent weeks, prominent figures from across the fashion industry are coming together to voice their concern and condemn the violence.
13h38 02  mars
When can we go on vacation again? This is what experts say
After reaching an all-time high in January 2021, global coronavirus case numbers are beginning to drop.
13h05 19  février
Gadhafi’s private airplane can’t stop attracting trouble
The images that came out of Tripoli International Airport in August 2011 have become defining symbols of the downfall of the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, the autocrat who ruled Libya with an iron fist for over four decades.
18h05 26  février
The Italian town where they eat 500-year-old meals
The signs of the Renaissance are everywhere in Italy.
10h04
Diplomats and their families leave North Korea by rail trolley
Eight employees of Russia’s Embassy in Pyongyang and their families spent more than 34 hours trying to leave North Korea this week, a grueling trip that ended with at least one diplomat pushing his luggage and young children on a railway trolley into Russian territory.
11h27 07  décembre
How German Autobahns changed the world
Ah yes, ze Autobahn . Few other landmarks represent Germany more than its freeway system. Cologne’s cathedral is distinctively West German, and the TV Tower in Berlin is a GDR feat of engineering, but the Autobahn (literally car runway ) connects the whole country.
11h34 15  février
Why this will be the hottest airplane seat in 2021
Premium economy. The two words might seem a weird combination in airline terms, since it’s a rare airline where economy seats feel premium these days. But these seats between coach and business class on international flights were heating up even before Covid-19, and as we all start to travel again...
16h25 05  mars
Is travel to France possible under Covid rules?
If you’re planning to travel to France, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic.
06h14 27  décembre
Homeless man rushes into animal shelter after it catches fire
A homeless man risked his life to save several cats and dogs trapped at an Atlanta animal shelter after it caught fire, the facility’s founder said.
12h30 25  décembre
A mailman, two little sisters, and weeks-long games of Tic-tac-toe
Adam Finley loves his job as a mail carrier for USPS.
15h52 27  décembre
7-year-old boy goes back into a burning home to save his baby sister
A 7-year-old boy named Eli saved his baby sister’s life when he jumped into her room through a window to rescue her from a fire that destroyed his family’s home.
00h00 01  janvier
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