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• A new draft final declaration of the Glasgow climate conference calls for “accelerate efforts” towards the exit of coal and the pace of countries’ commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Discussions will resume at 1 p.m. after laborious negotiations last night.
• Six years after the horror, several tributes were paid by the authorities in Paris and Saint-Denis to commemorate the attacks of November 13, in a highly symbolic atmosphere, at a time when the trial is testing the victims and shaping the collective memory of these attacks.
• Vladimir Poutine rejected in an interview any responsibility in the migratory crisis in progress on the border between Belarus and Poland, where thousands of migrants have been massed for several days. Russia is accused by several Western voices of having orchestrated with Minsk the sending of these migrants to the border.
Asked by a British colleague, the NGO harshly judges the new texts.
• Six years after the horror, the commemoration of November 13th organized today promises to be more symbolic than ever, at a time when the historic trial underway is testing the victims and shaping the collective memory of these attacks. In this interview, historian Henry Rousso returns for franceinfo to the evolution and importance of building a collective memory around terrorism.
• Ambition, fossil fuels, financial aid to poor countries … The 200 or so signatory countries of the Paris agreement are putting the work back on the job in an attempt to finally pull off at COP26 an agreement intended to slow down global warming. planet. The spokesperson for Greenpeace France believes that “the results are very bad when we take into account the commitments that are on the table today”.
• The man arrested after the knife attack of police officers in Cannes on Monday was indicted for violence and “attempted murder on police officials” with premeditation. He was imprisoned.