"Obviously", Eurovision animated this weekend. And not always for the right reasons. But the song contest is not the only event to have animated this Saturday and Sunday in May. We summarize the weekend.

1. Volodymyr Zelensky expected in Paris at the end of the day

After the Vatican and Rome, Saturday, Berlin, this Sunday, the Ukrainian president must arrive in the evening in Paris. This is the second visit of the Ukrainian head of state to the capital since the beginning of the Russian offensive in his country in February 2022. Emmanuel Macron had already received him on February 8 at the Elysee. We invite you to relive our live of the day dedicated to the war in Ukraine.

More info: Moscow announces the death of two colonels on the front

2. La Zarr's chanson de geste

One of the most beautiful headlines of the last years of 20 Minutes was crossed out with the title "just a finger". And we like to refer to this front page. You have to believe that La Zarra too. At Eurovision, the singer raised her middle finger. She swears it was "by no means a middle finger." It's up to you to judge.

More info: Who voted for the France? And who did the France vote for?

3. Black Series in Valencia

A series of murders that questions. Unaccustomed to making the headlines, the city of Valence (Drôme) has been experiencing since the beginning of the week a resurgence of violence, still rarely observed. Three men were shot dead in the space of four days. Settling scores? Big banditry? In any case, the authorities have decided to increase the presence of police on the ground. 20 Minutes takes stock.

More info: A man shot dead near the Champs-Elysées

4. A shower of stars is about to fall on the Croisette

We are a little ahead of the curve. The 76th edition of the Cannes Film Festival opens this Tuesday. As every year, selfie and autograph lovers will have their work cut out for them on the steps. 20 Minutes helps them in their quests for stars and glitter.

More info: Johnny Depp praises a French actor in the film "Jeanne du Barry"

5. Riner's Beautiful Remains

"Eleven" all raises for Teddy Riner! The French judoka won his eleventh world championship title. Its first was in 2007. "It's been an exhausting day," he admitted minutes after receiving his gold medal as he dreams of a final Olympic title in Paris in 2024. Here is his interview.

More info: Sofiane Oumiha makes history with a third world boxing title

  • Volodymyr Zelensky
  • Valence (Drôme)
  • Drôme
  • Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
  • Rhône-Alpes
  • Eurovision 2023
  • The Zarra
  • Teddy Riner
  • Judo
  • Society
  • Cannes Film Festival