A statue Harley-Davidson In tribute to Johnny Hallyday is not the taste of the Greens in Paris
a sculpture project in tribute to the rocker in front of the Omnisports Palace of Bercy creates the controversy. But the ecologist mayor of the 12th arrondissement questions the merits of the chosen symbols to discuss Johnny Hallyday. After the death of Johnny Hallyday, in December 2017, Kamel Mennour, a Parisian gallerist specializing in contemporary art wanted a sculpture to be installed at Paris in memory of the rocker, reports the world.
Agreement © Eduardo Munoz / Reuters Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the President of Turkey, at the UN General Assembly.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, indicated that the parliament of the country would study the ratification of the Paris Agreement in October.
The Turkey had to ratify in the coming weeks the Paris agreement on the Climate . "We plan to submit the Paris Agreement on the climate to the approval of our Parliament, the next month" , indeed indicated on Tuesday, September 21, the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during his speech at the 'UN General Assembly.
A contribution from Turkey to the fight against
Turkey. Tourists and local residents evacuated to flee fires in southern country
© Erdem Sahin / EPA-EFE Firefighters try to extinguish a forest fire in a rural area in Mugla, Turkey, July 31, 2021. Foreign tourists and Turkish residents have been evacuated from their hotels and domiciles on Sunday 1st August 2021 in southern Turkey to the progress of fires that have been ravaging the country for five days and made six deaths.
global warming "Turkey, which remains indifferent to any problem, crisis or global appeal, will also provide its contribution to climate change" , continued the Turkish president in Relayed on Twitter by the Anadolu agency. #Flash
/ Erdogan: "Turkey, which is indifferent to any problem, crisis or global call will also contribute on climate change."
- Anadolu Agency (@aa_en) September 21, 2021
Nevertheless, Recep Tayyip Erdogan indicated that, according to him, "Those who have caused the most damage to earth, brutally exploited natural resources, should Contribute the most to the fight against climate change. »
Personal Hotels, Luxury Buildings: The Huge Real Estate Heritage Hidden Diocese of Paris .
© Tuul & Bruno Morandi / Getty Images Personal Hotels, Luxury Buildings: The Huge Real Estate Heritage Hidden from the Diocese of Paris He would own 700 million euros of goods, without anyone appearing in its accounts. A practice yet perfectly legal. While the church seeks money to compensate the victims of pedophile priest, the revelations of the Radio France investigative cell could give it the solution.