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Some fifty figures from the sporting world have decided to go into politics and want to get their shirts wet to prevent France from having a “right-wing president.” Judoka Clarisse Agbégnénou, handball player Nikola Karabatic, former basketball player Tony Parker and even former swimmer Laure Manaudou thus signed the column published Tuesday in Parisians calling for the election of Emmanuel Macron. “If we were fully aware of the plight of many French people, we believe that voting for a party that would jeopardize republican values would be the worst medicine,” wrote the signatories of this text, also published by French Info.
The word is explicit and very heavy with meaning. Joe Biden confirmed on Tuesday accusing his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin of committing “genocide” in Ukraine, hours after using the word for the first time to describe the situation in the country attacked by Moscow. Until then, the American government had not spoken this word, which was used by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. “It’s becoming increasingly clear that Putin is just trying to erase the idea of being Ukrainian,” the American president added.
Mission accomplished: within a year, Les Bleues bags will be in Australia and New Zealand. Tuesday’s victory over Slovenia (1-0), the French women’s soccer team won the 2023 World Cup which will take place from July 20 to August 20. At Le Mans, Corinne Deacon’s men scored their eighth success in as many games in this qualifying round with two games to go in September. France, at the top of Group I with an 8-point advantage, will therefore play the fifth final phase in their World Cup history, in which they will try to do better than in 2011 (fourth), 2015 and 2019 (quarter-finals). . Above all, this qualification was received three months before the Euros.
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