Trading crisis in Burkina: “The situation is going from bad to worse” (Victims of trading account freezing)

The association of victims of trading companies provided an update on the progress of their legal case this Saturday, November 19, 2022, in Ouagadougou. 3 years later, according to investors, nothing has progressed and companies still owe around 35 billion (capital, not including returns on investment) to the victims. What’s next after this ad A … Read more

in Grenoble, meat is now optional

Students should specifically ask each day if they want fish or meat in addition to their meal. This decision was taken by the mayor (EELV) Éric Piolle. It is again the instigator of this decision who says it best: “The logic is reversed: you have to ask to eat meat and/or fish”. As the mayor … Read more

host families, a “much warmer” alternative to shelter

By Marie-Stella Papeghin Published yesterday at 4:15 p.m., Update yesterday at 9:21 p.m. A volunteer linked to one of the associations offering the operation of foster families for abandoned animals is taking care of eight kittens at the moment. 276397794/Andrii Zastrozhnov – DECRYPTION – Many associations offer foster families to take care of an … Read more

In Lyon, the war around the name of Paul Bocuse is declared

By Lena Lutaud Posted 2 hours ago, Update 1 hour ago Paul Bocuse, in 2011, in front of his restaurant L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges, in Collonges-au-Mont-d’Or, near Lyon. Laurent Cipriani/AP INQUIRY – In 2023, a trial will oppose Jérôme Bocuse to the Paul Bocuse Institute, where the representatives of the largest Lyon families sit. … Read more

Legal assistance dogs for children

During the hearing, the dog lies down next to the child, puts his head on his knees, and can stick more or less strongly against him. 305686829/VLRS – They are trained to accompany and calm minors questioned by investigators. Six are currently employed in France. At the Saint-Lô hospital, in the Manche department, the … Read more