Searches at the European Parliament, trial of Donald Trump and RC Vannes: midday update on the news

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European Parliament: searches amid suspicions of Russian interference


As part of the investigation into suspicions of Russian interference and corruption, searches are being carried out in the offices of a “collaborator” of the European Parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg, as well as at his home. An announcement from the Belgian federal prosecutor’s office.

Donald Trump trial: awaiting the verdict

The twelve jurors in the criminal trial of Donald Trump in New York, the first of its kind for a former American president, must retire this Wednesday to deliberate. And thus decide on a historic verdict, which could tip the American presidential campaign into a completely unknown scenario.

Death penalty: a record number of executions since 2015

An annual report from Amnesty International warns of a record number of executions since 2015 around the world. This is despite the fact that more than two thirds of countries have abolished the death penalty in law or in practice.

RC Vannes: what has changed since the first accession semi-final

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RC Vannes, in Pro D2 since 2016, is preparing, this Friday, to play its fourth semi-final of accession to the Top 14 since 2019. And from the budget to the infrastructure through the experience, the club has changed a lot over the last six years.



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