The incident on Thursday morning took place at a branch of the French Pôle Emploi governmental agency which is in charge of registering the unemployed.
On Wednesday, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz denounced claims by Israeli Defense Forces chief Aviv Kohavi that Iran was close to creating a nuclear bomb, insisting that “red lines are drawn in closed rooms”.
The German government last week approved a new law which would ban the culling of live male chicks in the egg industry. But Foodwatch and Compassion In World Farming say poultry farming in Europe needs far wider reforms.
The delay will give the Biden administration time to review Trump's executive order, launched in November with a 28 January deadline, which blocked US companies from investing in China and slapped numerous mainland firms with restrictions, barring access to key US technologies.
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed the lives of more than 2 million people since its outbreak, prompting governments all around the world to take unprecedented measures to curb the spread of disease. However, heightened attention towards the coronavirus paved the way for resurgence of some other dangerous bacteria and fungi.
A string of documents pertaining to Jeffrey Epstein’s former partner’s second deposition and other court proceedings have been released publicly this week, suggesting Ghislaine Maxwell preyed on her victims in an attempt to lure them into sex services for her billionaire friend.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has announced that the foreign aid budget for next year will be lowered £13.9 bln to £9.9 bln. The government will prioritise the fight against coronavirus, promoting trade and boosting research among other things in its spending, according to Raab.
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide has now surpassed 100 million, while the global death toll from the virus is over 2.1 million, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.