in Kabul, the libraries who have not yet closed feelings in stays
Two months after arriving in Kabul, the Taliban did not get to the bookstores yet. But many Afghans feel that this is just a matter of time. © provided by FranceInfo in the books of the Pole Sorkh's books, the former Havre of the Peace of the trendy and intellectual youth of Kabul, close to the university, nearly half of the booksellers have already closed shop. The others keep the walls in the dark, to save a little on the electricity bill.
© Reuters - Stephane Mahe The British trawler Cornelis Gert Jan in the harbor of Le Havre.
After announceting that it would not finally take penalties before Thursday, France has just released the Cornelis Gert Jan, the British trawler since last week in the harbor of Le Havre. The time of new negotiations in the post of Fisheries Rights Post Brexit.
Emmanuel Macron wants de-escalation with the United Kingdom on the fishing file , and it did this Tuesday 2 November a step in this direction. Stuck for several days in a French port, the British trawler Cornelis Gert Jan was released, announced the British Minister of the Environment. He was retained in France because accused of causing more than two tons of scallops without a license.
Brexit. The Captain of the British trawler confused in Le Havre will be judged in August 2022
© Sarah Meyssonnier / Reuters a patrol of the French gendarmerie, on October 28, 2021, next to the "Cornelis Gert Jan", a ship arrested Wednesday, October 27 for fishing in the French waters without a license. The United Kingdom on the issue of post-Brexit fishing licenses, the prosecutor's office announced Friday, October 29 that the Chalier captain by Le Havre Wednesday for fishing without a license would be judged on 11 August 2022.
"It seems to me that this ship has now been released," he said during a service on Sky television. "It's a decision of the French to come back to the threats they have made," he added, welcoming this evolution. However, the boat is required to stay at least until tomorrow Wednesday.
The negotiations still in progress
The discussions between Paris and London must continue until Thursday. Date on which David Frost, the British Secretary of State for Brexit, is expected in Paris. In the meantime, British vessels can continue to disembark their fish and crustaceans in French ports.
Among the sanctions brandies by Paris is the prohibition for British fishing vessels to route their goods into six French ports. Another measure of retaliation: a strengthening of customs controls of trucks. With its suspended threats, France hopes to get more fishing licenses. According to the unions, 250 licenses still remain unresolved.
for London, fishermen who have not received authorizations did not provide enough evidence of their seniority in British waters. For its part, France complains in the United Kingdom not to respect its commitments.
Bugaled Breizh. In London, the hearing of the judge's findings began .
© Vincent Mouchel / Archive West-France the wreck of Bugaled Breizh, during his bailout, in July 2004. The British judge makes his findings on this file this Friday November 5, 2021. This Friday, November 5, 2021, at the Royal Courts of Justice of London, the British J. Nigel Lickley is preparing to make his conclusions in the shipwreck case of Bugaled Breizh. On January 15, 2004, the sinking of this Breton trawler offshore British coast had made five dead.