A seventh death in New Caledonia, juvenile delinquency, death of a Franco-Mexican hostage in Gaza… The 3 news to remember at midday

A seventh death in New Caledonia, juvenile delinquency, death of a Franco-Mexican hostage in Gaza… The 3 news to remember at midday
A seventh death in New Caledonia, juvenile delinquency, death of a Franco-Mexican hostage in Gaza… The 3 news to remember at midday

THE POINT OF NOON – Find most of the news published this Friday, May 24 in the morning on our site.

New Caledonia: a man killed by police shooting after Macron’s visit

The riots began on Monday May 13, 2024 in New Caledonia.
THEO ROUBY / AFP

A 48-year-old man was killed by police shooting in Dumbéa, New Caledonia, the prosecutor announced this Friday morning. An investigation for “voluntary homicide by a person holding public authority” was opened and the police officer taken into custody.

Juvenile delinquency: Attal wants a bill on “immediate appearance” before the end of the year

Prime Minister Gabriel Attal.
GUILLAUME SOUVANT / AFP

Gabriel Attal hoped on Friday, in a progress report on his consultations on juvenile delinquency, that a bill “before the end of the year” would allow the establishment of a form of “immediate appearance” young people from 16 years old. On April 19, the Prime Minister announced a series of measures to deal with “addiction to violence” of certain young people by calling for a “surge of authority”.

War in Gaza: the Israeli army recovered the bodies of three hostages, including that of a Franco-Mexican

Relatives hold photos of hostages kidnapped during the deadly October 7 attack on Israel by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, calling for their return, in Tel Aviv, Israel, May 23, 2024.
Marko Djurica / REUTERS

The body of Orion Hernandez-Radoux, a 32-year-old Franco-Mexican, was recovered overnight during a joint operation by the army and Israeli intelligence services in Jabaliya. Emmanuel Macron expressed his “tremendous sadness” after this announcement.


To discover in Le Figaro Magazine : Marginalized right and overexposed left, revelations on the lack of pluralism in public broadcasting

In the France Inter studios, at the Maison de la radio.
Albert Facelly / Divergence

The report from the liberal Thomas More Institute, which Le Figaro Magazine has obtained, demonstrates for the first time, with supporting figures, that public broadcasting deviates from its legal obligations of impartiality and pluralism.

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What did William Shakespeare say about bad weather?

Quote of the day.
Le Figaro

Our Cannes meeting:

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It’s a Cannes tradition from which the stars cannot deviate. Yesterday evening the traditional AmfAR gala took place at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc on the sidelines of the festival. The casting of this 30th edition was as good as the previous ones.


The video of the day :

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