Offbeat: Fire in Médoc, thunderstorms in the Southeast, the Elizabeth II coffin in London ... The news on Wednesday morning

The queen of corgis: Photos show Queen Elizabeth's love of dogs since she was a kid

  The queen of corgis: Photos show Queen Elizabeth's love of dogs since she was a kid Occurred on August 10, 2022 / Palm Desert, California, USA: The video was taken by me on August 10, 2022, around 11 am when my husband went shopping at Walmart and he got our furbaby toys, treats, and food from Walmart. He is so happy to receive toys.

  Incendie dans le Médoc, orages dans le Sud-Est, le cercueil d’Elizabeth II à Londres... L’actu de ce mercredi matin © supplied by Liberation The news

still in progress in the Médoc. After the gigantic fires of the summer, the flames continue to wreak havoc in Gironde where a new fire in Saumos, potentially of criminal origin, has traveled more than 3,500 hectares since Monday and caused the evacuation of several hundred people . Fire , however, made little progress in the night.

Four departments in the Southeast in orange orange vigilance. Météo-France has placed four departments in the south-eastern France on orange alert for thunderstorms from this Wednesday morning. Gard, Hérault, Bouches-du-Rhône and Vaucluse are placed in orange alert from 6 am to 6 pm. These thunderstorms can be locally violent with strong electrical activity, strong gusts of wind around 100 km/h, hail and strong rainy intensities going as far as giving 100 mm in a very short time. A previous weather point also included Ardèche and Drôme .

The queen of corgis: Photos show Queen Elizabeth's love of dogs since she was a kid

  The queen of corgis: Photos show Queen Elizabeth's love of dogs since she was a kid Actor and Grammy-winning recording artist Jennifer Hudson says people know her "through characters and through song," but they'll get a chance to know what she calls "my human" with the start of a new talk show, "The Jennifer Hudson Show." (Sept. 8)

The Government raises its growth forecast. The gross domestic product (GDP) of France is progressing a little more than expected. "France was a happy new year 2022. We have revised growth for 2022 from 2.5 to 2.7%", said the minister. On Tuesday, he explained that 2.5% growth had already been achieved for the current year (growth acquired).

A charter for better treatment of the ecological crisis. Inform better and more about the environment: more than 500 journalists, from various media, and around thirty editorial editorials have signed an individual a charter for "Journalism up to the ecological emergency" , inviting the profession to modify his way of working. Made public Wednesday after a summer marked by climatic disasters, the Charter lists a dozen commitments.

'Used beans' and 'The Talking Hat': Queen Elizabeth's visits with presidents didn't always go as planned

  'Used beans' and 'The Talking Hat': Queen Elizabeth's visits with presidents didn't always go as planned Queen Elizabeth met with more U.S. presidents than any other head of state. Some of those encounters got attention for unexpected reasons. End of an era: Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96; King Charles III takes the throne Donald Trump Donald Trump, no stranger to controversy and never a stickler for conventionality, was ridiculed for multiple missteps during a teatime meeting with the queen at Windsor Castle in 2018. He kept the queen waiting for more than 10 minutes, shook her hand instead of bowing, turned his back on her for a few seconds, and left his jacket open and flapping and his too-long tie trailing.

One in two flights canceled on Friday. A black Friday promises to be in the French sky due to a call for the strike of the main union of air controllers. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) asked airlines on Tuesday to give up half their flight program that day, potentially hundreds of aircraft movements.

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the Queen of England returning to the capital. The British are expected by hundreds of thousands from this Wednesday and until Monday in London, to greet Elizabeth II one last time, their dead monarch at the age of 96, almost a week after his death in Scotland . Read our article.

Princess Anne rode behind the Queen's coffin for 6 hours as it traveled to Edinburgh

  Princess Anne rode behind the Queen's coffin for 6 hours as it traveled to Edinburgh The hearse traveled from Balmoral Castle through the countryside before arriving in the Scottish capital of Edinburgh.The Queen, who ascended to the throne in 1952 and was the world's longest-reigning monarch at the time of her death, played a major role in facilitating the US and UK's "special" diplomatic relationship.

emergency measures and scenarios of the energy crisis. Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne will unveil this Wednesday afternoon the possible scenarios to face the peaks of energy consumption this winter but also the invoices that are soaring, at a time when France has faced its worst energy crisis since the 70s. In the morning, the president of the commission, Ursula von der Leyen, presents emergency measures during her "speech on the state of the EU" before the European Parliament in Strasbourg, with as guest Honor the Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska.

The Untold Truth Of King George VI's Funeral

  The Untold Truth Of King George VI's Funeral Until Queen Elizabeth II's death in 2022, a full state funeral for a monarch hadn't been seen since the death of her father, King George VI, in 1952.These ceremonies and traditions relate to the monarch's role as head of state, or amount to quirks of history around its buildings. But in a monarchy, even private family events can become state functions. Royal weddings can be low-key affairs, or they can become international spectacles with their own associated customs (per the royal family's official website). And tradition follows the royal family even unto death.

Final results of the elections in Sweden. Three days after the ballot, the final verdict of the legislative elections in Sweden is expected this Wednesday, as the scores are tight. The right would prevail over the thread, with an extreme right now second political force in the country. Long negotiations are to be expected to form the new government.

Analysis

The Russians retreat to Ukraine, the French "Poutinosphere" patina. Between denial and conspiracy, pro-Kremlin influencers in France are struggling to evoke the setbacks of the Russian army in the face of the Ukrainian counter-offensive in recent days. Read our article.

How the Flower Wreath on Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Includes Nods to Her Beloved Balmoral Castle

  How the Flower Wreath on Queen Elizabeth's Coffin Includes Nods to Her Beloved Balmoral Castle Along with the Royal Standard of Scotland, the Queen's coffin is dressed in an array of flowers, from roses to chrysanthemumsAs Queen Elizabeth's coffin made its journey from the Throne Room at the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St. Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh on Monday, admirers got a glimpse of the wreath on top of her coffin.

Interview

Godard seen by Jim Jarmusch. Admirer of Godard's films since adolescence, filmmaker Jim Jarmusch evokes for Liberation what a protean influence the French master had in America and more particularly on his own work. Read our article.

What happens next as the Queen lies in state?

  What happens next as the Queen lies in state? The nation is in mourning.

Report

The story of broken ordinary heroes in Nice. On the sixth day of the hearing of the Nice attack, the Paris Special Assize Court heard the stories of Alexandre N. and Franck Terrier, two Nice who tried to stop the murderous race of the truck launched in The crowd, July 14, 2016. Read our article.

Criticism

Wednesday is a cinema. For his sixth feature film, FEU Follet , João Pedro Rodrigues produces a musical barjo and absurd tale on prohibited love between a prince and a firefighter. A political and erotic allegory that denounces our disdain to protect the world in which we live. Read our article.

Live updates: Military rehearse queen's Windsor procession

  Live updates: Military rehearse queen's Windsor procession WINDSOR, England -- Hundreds of troops from the British army, air force and navy have taken part in the first full rehearsal of the procession that will bring the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II to its final resting place. With troops lining The Long Walk, a picturesque path leading to Windsor Castle, the thumping of drums echoed as marching bands walked ahead of a hearse early Saturday. On Monday, they will do the same, only surrounded by thousands of people expected to travel to Windsor for a final farewell to the queen, who died last week at age 96.

Live updates: Military rehearse queen's Windsor procession .
WINDSOR, England -- Hundreds of troops from the British army, air force and navy have taken part in the first full rehearsal of the procession that will bring the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II to its final resting place. With troops lining The Long Walk, a picturesque path leading to Windsor Castle, the thumping of drums echoed as marching bands walked ahead of a hearse early Saturday. On Monday, they will do the same, only surrounded by thousands of people expected to travel to Windsor for a final farewell to the queen, who died last week at age 96.

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