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09:43 : Russian forces are now in control “part” From Severodonetsk, a city in eastern Ukraine they have been bombing and trying to capture for weeks, the region’s governor, Sergeyevich Gaidich, announced. However, he emphasized that the Russians ‘Can’t move freely’Ukrainian fighters “always stay” in the city. “The enemy is planning an operation to clear the lands of the neighboring villages.”he added.

09:35 : It’s time to evaluate the news.

• Yesterday, BFMTV photo reporter Frédéric Leclerc-Imhof, 32, died in Ukraine. The Secretary-General of Reporters Without Borders, Christophe Deloire, denounces ‘Russian disinformation’ It ensures that journalists “Targeted”.

• The 27 member states of the European Union ratified this evening an embargo on Russian oil covering more than “Thirds” Of their imports from this country, announced the President of the European Council Charles Michel.

• Inflation accelerated in May and reached 5.2% in one year, according to INSEE. This is the first time this 5% mark has been crossed since September 1985.

• The clash of giants between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will take place tonight from 8:45 pm. Franceinfo sport summarizes what you need to know about this 59 duel between players.

• Emmanuel Macron returns to Cherbourg (Manche) where he will visit the city hospital, while health professionals fear a bleak summer in the emergency services, due to staff shortages.

09:25 : “The journalists were wearing helmets and flak jackets but the shrapnel hit his neck. He couldn’t get out. This is the first time this has happened. The journalists have already been escorted to our patrols by the police.”

Frédéric Leclerc-Imhof, 32, died while escorting civilians on a humanitarian bus near Severodonetsk, in the east of the country. Serhiy Gaidai, governor of Luhansk, explained the circumstances of the tragedy to franceinfo. “It was a large 152 mm shell, the fragments of which pierced the armored windshield“, Recipe.

09:11 : According to the French ambassador in Kyiv, Étienne de Ponsin, it is “It is hard to know if the shooters knew that a journalist was on the bus.”After the death of Frédéric Leclerc Imhoff. lamented “systematic accidents” that occurred during the evacuation convoys, as was already the case in Mariupol where “One of two convoys came under fire.”.

09:12 : Frédéric Leclerc Imhoff is the eighth journalist to be murdered on the ground in Ukraine. According to Christophe Deloire, “Since the beginning of the conflict, journalists have been killed like rabbits”. In total, Reporters Without Borders has held at least 50 events against journalists ‘Described as war crimes’. According to him, journalists “They are targeted and it is clear that the Kremlin is assuming this (…) The Kremlin and Vladimir Putin are responsible for these war crimes.”.

08:31 : Frédéric Leclerc-Imhoff “He was fitted with protective gear because he had a helmet and a flak jacket, and that wouldn’t be enough,” says cdeloire #le79inter https://t.co/0T7fuWKZE3

08:31 : In France Inter, the Secretary-General of Reporters Without Borders clarified the circumstances of the death of Frédéric Leclerc Imhoff. he killed “A shrapnel, a shell that exploded right in front of the humanitarian convoy, in front of the armored truck that was heading to search for Ukrainian civilians in Donbass for evacuation.”. According to the secretary, this “The missile was aimed at this convoy.”.

08:24 : For 30 years, Lithuania has completely dispensed with Russian energy. The Baltic state itself gave the means to free itself from its main resource by building new infrastructure, replacing gas with biomass and achieving energy savings. France Info questions what ways France has to imitate Lithuania.

07:27 : Many of you are outraged by the lack of treatment in one of the national and regional daily newspapers for the death of journalist Frédéric Leclerc Imhoff, BFMTV correspondent. In fact, two newspapers devoted their front page or part to this drama: Southwest And the Paris.

07:27 : #The media. good morning. I’m surprised, given your press review, that I haven’t read any headlines about the death of the BFMTV journalist and photographer.

07:27 : @read in the press. Nothing on F. Leclerc Imhoff? No newspaper makes front page?

07:27 : good morning. No front page, no headline in the journalist’s death… The media prefers to focus on football. Pitiful. sad

07:22 : # Unity agreement to ban the export of Russian oil to the European Union. This immediately covers more than two-thirds of Russia’s oil imports, cutting off a huge source of financing for its war machine. Maximum pressure on Russia to end the war. #EUCO

07:22 : The information was announced yesterday. The 27 countries decided to impose an embargo on Russian oil covering more than “Thirds” Of their imports from this country, announced the President of the European Council Charles Michel. This reduction will be implemented by the end of the year. “It will remove a huge source of funding from the war machine.” Russian and practice “max pressure” over Moscow to urge it to end the war, he claimed on Twitter.

07:20 : Charles Michel, President of the European Council, announced that the European Union countries agreed last night to reduce their imports of Russian oil by more than “two-thirds”.

06:45 : Charles Michel, Chairman of the Board, confirmed that Swift’s withdrawal from Russia’s largest bank was a “effective action”. So far, seven Russian institutions have been denied access to Swift, a secure messaging platform that allows vital operations such as interbank money transfer orders. Carry on with our lives.

06:42 : As part of the new sanctions package, the European Union has agreed to exclude Russia’s main bank, Sberbank, from the international financial system Swift.

09:27 : We start with the traditional update of the news.

• Yesterday, BFMTV photo reporter Frédéric Leclerc-Imhof, 32, died in Ukraine. He was covering a Ukrainian evacuation near Sievierodonetsk. killed before “Russian bombing”, French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said. The Office of the Public Prosecutor for Combating Terrorism (Girls), which is specialized in crimes against humanity, has opened an investigation in this regard.

• The 27 member states of the European Union ratified this evening an embargo on Russian oil covering more than “Thirds” Of their imports from this country, announced the President of the European Council Charles Michel.

• Comedy adapted from Shakespeare’s play as you likeIn Lena Briban’s version, she dominated the evening when the theater awards were given, with four figurines: Best Theatrical Special, Best Director, Theatrical Special (Barbara Schulze), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Arianne Maurier). ).

• Marin Cilic beat world number two Daniel Medvedev to qualify for the quarter-finals at Stade Philippe Chatrier tonight. Dominating for over an hour and a half, Archie had no illusions against the 20th seed, losing in three straight sets (6-2, 6-3, 6-2).

• UEFA announces the opening of a “independent investigation” On the events that took place on Saturday during the Champions League final at the Stade de France.

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