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New York Times : France
04  décembre     05h01
It Could Be a Vast Source of Clean Energy, Buried Deep Underground
Liz Alderman    In eastern France, and in other places around the world, deposits of natural hydrogen promise bountiful power. But questions remain.
03  décembre     22h40
Paris Attack Suspect Pledged Allegiance to Islamic State
Aurelien Breeden    The man, identified as Armand Rajabpour Miyandoab, was known to French intelligence services for Islamist extremism and psychiatric disorders.
Paris Stabbing Suspect Pledged Allegiance to ISIS, Prosecutor Says
Reuters    The French authorities said that the main suspect in an attack in Paris that killed one tourist and injured two others had a prior terrorism conviction.
Paris Knife Attack Leaves One Dead and Others Injured
Aurelien Breeden    The authorities said the suspect had serious psychiatric disorders and told the police he was upset over the deaths of Muslims around the world, including in Gaza.
02  décembre     21h12
At COP28, More Than 20 Nations Pledge to Triple Nuclear Capacity
Jenny Gross    The group, including Britain, France and the United States, said the agreement was critical to meeting nations’ climate commitments.
01  décembre     16h24
A Play About Black Women’s Experiences, Met With Violence
Laura Cappelle    Rébecca Chaillon’s Carte Noire Named Desire provoked harassment in France this summer, leading one actor to pull out of a new run in Paris.
29  novembre     22h10
Éric Dupond-Moretti, France’s Justice Minister, Is Cleared of Abuse of Power
Catherine Porter and Aurelien Breeden    Éric Dupond Moretti was charged with using his position as a weapon to order investigations into four magistrates he had recently clashed with.
28  novembre     19h29
France to Ban Smoking in Forests, on Beaches and Near Schools
Aurelien Breeden    A government anti smoking plan also includes costlier cigarettes and a ban on disposable vapes. Smoking is the leading cause of avoidable deaths in France.
27  novembre     16h34
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo Says She Is Leaving X
Liz Alderman    In a scalding post, Mayor Anne Hidalgo announced she would quit the social platform, formerly known as Twitter, for exacerbating tensions and conflicts.
Trial Starts in France for Teenagers Accused of Helping Teacher’s Killer
Aurelien Breeden    The teacher, Samuel Paty, was beheaded by an Islamist extremist in after showing caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad to illustrate free speech. The case horrified the nation.