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18:10 : 18:00 and briquettes! Isn’t it time for a little update on the news?

Météo France has placed 22 departments in the North West on orange warning for high winds (some now, the bulk of the troops from midnight). Cantal and Loser are under orange alert for snow and ice.

The death toll continues to rise as a result of Russia’s strike on a building in Dnipro, Ukraine, with at least 29 dead, 43 missing and more than 70 injured.

• If you see 624 euros in your bank account tomorrow, that means you are one of 9 million families. tax deduction or credit.

17:34 : It’s time to read our article summarizing the various tank deliveries to Kiev. If you don’t know how to tell the difference between Challenger 2, Leopard 2 and AMX-10 RC, reading is more than recommended.

(ANADOLU STEPANOV / AFP)

17:41 : According to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, the supply of heavy weapons to Ukraine will increase in the near future. “We are at the decisive stage of the war”he speculated in a German newspaper Handelsblatt (article in German for subscribers). “Also, it is important that we provide Ukraine with the necessary weapons for victory.”

17:36 : Hostage victim of war in Ukraine: CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research. Why? Because you need the consensus of two-thirds of researchers based across Europe to publish scientific papers based on the results of their particle accelerator. watchman (Article in English). However, since the start of the war, some have refused to sign with Russian research institutes.

17:37 : President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskiy gave a new assessment on yesterday’s strike against the 9-story building in Dnieper on the Telegram social network: he estimates that at least 25 people died, 73 people were injured, 39 people were rescued and 43 people are still missing.

15:06 : 39 people, including six children, were rescued in the city of Dnipro. Another 22 people died as a result of the collapse of the building after the air attack. 43 people are still wanted.

14:27 : An update on the afternoon news:

• At least 67 people have died in a plane crash in Nepal, local police said. Seventy-two people were on board the plane.

• The death toll from yesterday’s airstrike building collapse in Dnieper is now at least 21 dead and 71 injured. Thirty-nine people have been rescued, while 40 people are still missing.

Temperatures will drop from today, Météo France announces. But be careful, this is only a return to seasonal normals.

13:45 : Today we have two articles not to be missed on our site:

• Fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces in Soledar has caused many civilians to leave the area. “When you see your neighbors being burned alive, you know that death can strike you”says one of the residents.

On January 14, 2023, Lena and her mother Luba left the village of Paraskoviivka near Soledar (Ukraine) because their lives were in danger.  (GILLES GALLINARO / RADIO FRANCE)(GILLES GALLINARO / RADIO FRANCE)

• After taking over Twitter, Elon Musk made a series of decisions that scared some users. They explained to us why they flew.

Frustrated with the direction Twitter is taking, some users have decided to say goodbye to the bluebird platform.  (PAULINE LE NOURS / FRANCEINFO) (PAULINE LE NOURS / FRANCEINFO)

13:07 : Ukrainian rescuers have been working tirelessly since yesterday evening to find survivors after the collapse of an air-strike apartment building in the Dnieper. Here are some photos of the operations on the site.

(AFP)

13:48 : For several days, the city of Soledar has been the scene of fierce fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces. Clashes spread to neighboring villages and many civilians fled. “When you see your neighbors being burned alive, you know that death can strike you”says one of the residents.

On January 14, 2023, Lena and her mother Luba left the village of Paraskoviivka near Soledar (Ukraine) because their lives were in danger.  (GILLES GALLINARO / RADIO FRANCE)(GILLES GALLINARO / RADIO FRANCE)

12:05 p.m : It’s noon, we’re taking back this Sunday morning’s news:

• At least 67 people have died in a plane crash in Nepal, local police said. Seventy-two people were on board the plane.

• The death toll from yesterday’s airstrike building collapse in Dnieper is now at least 21 dead and 71 injured. Thirty-nine people have been rescued, while 40 people are still missing.

Temperatures will drop from today, Météo France announces. But be careful, this is only a return to seasonal normals.

09:22 : The presidency of Ukraine said last night that 100-200 people were left homeless after this strike. About 1,700 residents of the city of Dnipro are also deprived of electricity and heat.

09:21 : In a video posted by Ukrainian rescue services on Facebook and Telegram this morning, rescuers continued to search for survivors under the rubble of the building. According to Valentin ReznichenkoRescuers have managed to pull 38 people out of the rubble so far.

09:16 The head of the military administration of Dnepropetrovsk province said that the number of dead and 73 people was injured as a result of the collapse of the building in Dnepropetrovsk yesterday as a result of an air attack. “Relief operations continue”he added, adding that about 40 people were still missing.

11:54 : Here’s the first point about titles:

• At least 20 dead and 73 injured as a result of the collapse of the building during the holiday yesterday in Dnieper. Rescuers continue their work to find survivors.

• A plane with 72 people on board crashed in Nepal. “Help is on the way, we don’t know if there are any survivors.”This was reported by the spokesperson of Yeti Airlines.

• Yesterday, 6 people were injured as a result of a shooting targeting a London church. The condition of the 7-year-old child is serious.

Temperatures will drop from today, Météo France announces. But be careful, this is only a return to seasonal normals.

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