man dismembered near Rouen: the two accused sentenced to 22 and 17 years of imprisonment
© Loic VENANCE The Assize Court of Seine-Maritime condemned Céline Vasselin and Jessica Adam respectively 22 and 17 years of imprisonment to have In 2018 killed and dismembered Sliman Amara near Rouen the Seine-Maritime Assize Court condemned Céline Vasselin and Jessica Adam on Saturday 22 and 17 years of imprisonment to have killed and dismembered Sliman Amara near Rouen. The two women did not react during the verdict statement.
© Mathieu Pattier / Ouest France Illustration of the Literary return 2022. Here at the Le Failler bookstore in Rennes, after a rather calm summer, the customers are back. They take advantage of the advice of sellers and sellers of the bookstore, who have highlighted the books of the start of the literary school 2022.
The novel Beirut sur Seine by the author Sabyl Ghoussoub came at the top of the 35th Goncourt of high schools prize, elected This Thursday, November 24, 2022 by a jury of twelve young people representing nearly 1,500 students from all over France. Four novels among the fifteen remained in the running.
Chine: Haikou, International City of Wetlands
provided by Xinhua_fr Aerial photo of the Landscape of the Dongzhaigang National Reserve, in Haikou, in the Chinese province of Hainan (South), November 15, 2022. Xiaoxu) Haikou, November 19 (Xinhua) - The city of Haikou, in the Chinese province of Hainan (South), was accredited by the Ramsar Convention as an international city of wetlands in 2018. Its rate of coverage Wetlands are around 12.7%.
This Thursday, November 24, The high school students gathered in Rennes , have just announced the name of the winner of the 35th Prix Goncourt des High Schools. This is Sabyl Ghoussoub, for Beirut-sur-Seine (Stock). In his second novel, the Franco-Lebanese columnist and journalist offers a reflection on family and immigration.
The students were able to chat with him by phone. The price, little brother of the Goncourt , will then be given to him in Paris this Thursday at 7 p.m., at the Ministry of National Education.
Four novels in the final
Beirut-sur-Seine won in the second round of the ballot, faced with the artificial links of Nathan Devers (Albin Michel). Two other novels remained in the running in the contest final this morning: his favorite, from Sarah Jollien-Fardel (Sabine Wespieser) and the little liar of Pascale Robert-Diard, (the iconoclast).
Rennes. Winner of the Goncourt Prize, Brigitte Giraud will be Tuesday November 22 at the Espace Ouest-France
© AFP Brigitte Giraud was awarded the Goncourt 2022 Prize, the most prestigious French literary prize. Several meetings are on the program of the Ouest-France space, from Monday 21 to Friday 25 November 2022, in Rennes. Among them, Brigitte Giraud, the winner of the Goncourt Prize, will meet the public on Tuesday, November 22. Tuesday November 22 , at 6 p.m., meeting with the winner of the Goncourt Prize, Brigitte Giraud, for her book Vivre quickly (Flammarion editions).
SABYL GHOUSOUB succeeds to Clara DUPONT-MONOD, awarded last year to adapt (ed. Stock), a novel on disability, also winner of the Femina 2021 Prize.
The reward of 1,500 high school students
created in 1988 in Rennes, and organized by the Ministry of National Education and Fnac, with the agreement of the Goncourt Academy, this prize gives the opportunity to nearly 1,500 high school students from 55 establishments from all over France each year, In general, technological or professional section, to immerse yourself in reading the novels selected by the Goncourt Academy.
Longtime Arizona GOP Rep. Jim Kolbe dies at 80 .
PHOENIX (AP) — Jim Kolbe, a Republican congressman who represented a heavily Democratic region of Arizona for more than two decades and was a proponent of gay rights, has died. He was 80. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said in a statement that Kolbe died Saturday. Ducey ordered flags lowered until sunset Sunday. Kolbe served in the Arizona Legislature before being elected in 1984 to Congress, where he often was at odds with other Republicans over his support for free trade and an immigrant guest worker program. © Provided by The Associated Press FILE - Rep. Jim Kolbe, R -Ariz., center right, speaks to members of the Mexican delegation during the Mexico-U.S.