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Scuffles between protesters and police in Paris ahead of TotalEnergies' AGM
A General Assembly under tension. At dawn, dozens of climate protesters tried to enter the stretch of street passing in front of the Salle Pleyel in the beautiful Parisian neighborhoods, where the general meeting of shareholders of TotalEnergie is to be held in the morning. A dozen of them, who had sat in front of the entrance, were dislodged by the police and scuffles took place. Police used tear gas canisters to dislodge protesters. After three warnings in less than a minute by loudspeaker, the police threw tear gas in the middle of a group of climate activists.
The kidnapping alert triggered after the kidnapping of Eya, 10, in Isère
A 10-year-old girl was abducted Thursday morning around 8:15 am in front of her school in Fontaine (Isère), says the Grenoble prosecutor's office, confirming information from France Bleu. The child was kidnapped by "her father and a hooded accomplice who gassed with tear gas the mother" of the girl, says Eric Vaillant, prosecutor of the Republic. "Following the abduction this morning in Fontaine of the young Eya by her father and a second hooded man, the kidnapping alert is triggered," prosecutor Eric Vaillant said in a statement. According to the description, the little girl is 1m60 tall, has brown eyes and long hair.
Neuralink, Elon Musk's start-up, will test its brain implants on humans
After space, Elon Musk sets out to conquer our... Brains. The start-up Neuralink, one of its companies, announced Thursday on Twitter that it had received approval from US health authorities to test its connected brain implants on humans. "This is an important first step that will one day allow our technology to help many people," the California-based company said on its Twitter account, adding that "recruitment for clinical trials is not yet open." Neuralink designs connected devices to implant in the brain to communicate with computers directly through thought.
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