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Of pv magazine International Global nuclear capacity has notably increased by only 400 MW in 2020, according to the latest annual edition of the Global Nuclear Industry Status Report, published by French nuclear consultant Mycle Schneider. Nuclear’s mediocre performance compares with 256 GW of newly deployed renewable energy capacity last year, of which 127 GW …

PARIS – A Paris court ruled on Wednesday that a conservative French magazine was guilty under French hate speech laws of making racist slurs on a fictional story it published last year describing a lawmaker as an African slave who was auctioned off in the 18th century. Valeurs Actuelles magazine sparked outrage in France after …

September 29, 2021 1:30 AM ET | Source: NICOX NICOX Sophia Antipolis Cédex, FRANCE EnglishFrench Press release Nicox NCX 470 Shows Retinal Cell Protection in Non-clinical Model September 29, 2021 – release at 7:30 am CET Sophia Antipolis, France Nicox SA (Euronext Paris: FR0013018124, COX), an international ophthalmology company, today published new data on NCX …

The world is getting smaller and communication between countries and cultures has become more and more crucial. In the Caribbean, English-speaking territories are called upon not to take their English-speaking culture for granted and to take advantage of opportunities to learn other languages, namely French, Spanish and Portuguese, the main languages ​​of the region. Foreign …

Adults who are obese but appear healthy (without common metabolic abnormalities such as high blood pressure, abnormal fats in the blood, or diabetes) are not at greater risk for heart attack, stroke, or death. cardiovascular disease than healthy individuals of normal weight, but they are about 33% more likely to develop heart failure and heart …

BUENOS AIRES – It’s not easy to be a vegetarian in Argentina. Known for its delicious cuts of meat and one of the world leaders in per capita beef consumption, is the meat capital of the world experiencing a beef revolution? The most popular cuts of meat eaten today are those used to make Milanese …

PESHTIGO — A few blocks from the Peshtigo River that saved many people from the fires 150 years ago, two authors have offered to sign the books they wrote about the historic fire on Saturday for festival-goers. Charles Mercier, a great-great-grand-nephew of Father Peter Pernin, who in 1874 wrote a memoir published in French in …

HWe’ve helped save more Jewish lives than Oskar Schindler, but while the brave deeds of the German industrialist were known around the world thanks to an Oscar-winning film, few know the name of Jan Zwartendijk, a salesman of Dutch radio station which helped thousands of Jews to flee Nazism – Occupied Europe. Today, a book …

When you are faced with a situation where you have lost everything, it is very easy to step back and lose hope, but it is more important to continue, explains Tiffany Tavernier, French novelist and screenwriter. “At such a time, love, kindness and compassion give us hope. This is what happened during the pandemic. People …

Rosalie Maggio, La Crescenta, Calif., Died on September 18, 2021 after a heroic battle with pancreatic cancer. Arrangements are made with Solace Cremation and Funeral Home, Los Angeles, California. Services will take place at a later date. Born November 8, 1943 in Victoria, Texas, to Irene Cecilia Nash Maggio and Paul Joseph Maggio, DDS, she …