It's Tuesday, and it's already time to summarize the news of this day. We know that you all expect it, especially at Varces and Schiltigheim.
The turnaround of the day: Canfin number two on the list LREM to Europeans
Pascal Canfin had said "no" in August to replace Nicolas Hulot at the Ministry of Environment, "no" again in November to put his name on the list LREM to Europeans. The director of WWF France will finally be in second place, behind European Affairs Minister Nathalie Loiseau. This reversal makes his ex-green comrades green with rage, you explain it
in this article.
The alarming article of the day: A quarter of the French drink too much alcohol
They do not always know, but nearly 25% of French people consume too much alcohol according to a study of Public Health France unveiled on Tuesday. In 2017, In 2017, a committee of experts set new benchmarks to promote "reasonable" alcohol consumption. Clearly, three limits to remember: do not consume more than ten standard drinks per week, no more than two standard drinks a day and have days in the week without consumption.
The novelty of the day: We tested the incredible photo features of the Huawei P30 Pro
After Apple yesterday, it was the turn of the Chinese manufacturer Huawei to present its new products today in Paris. And especially its new smartphone P30 Pro. In the commercial war against Samsung and Apple, the manufacturer wants more than ever to stand out on photo quality. It has been tested, and we can tell you that it is actually hurting the competition.
To read here.
The bug of the day: A radar flashes everyone in Marseille
Whether you were driving 15 km / h or 200, everyone had the joy of being flashed in the Joliette tunnel this morning in Marseille. A malfunction admitted by the prefecture, which reassured however motorists: radar also records speed, only speeding users will be verbalized.
The video of the day: A stolen Picasso resurfaces
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