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After a hand-held recount of 5 million votes, the verdict is the same: Joe Biden won Georgia and its 16 voters with 12,284 votes ahead of Donald Trump. But while the results of the “Peach State” must be certified on Friday, the lawyer for US President Rudy Giuliani has vowed to file a new appeal. With a strategy that now seems clear: trying at all costs to officially postpone the results of the American presidential election, to avoid the popular verdict during the poll of the big voters in the electoral college, on December 14.
The first case of avian flu in France had been discovered in Corsica. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food reports this Thursday that a second outbreak of avian influenza has been found in the metropolis, at a pet store in the Yvelines, in the Paris region. So three days after the announcement of the first home in Haute-Corse.
“A new case has just been confirmed by the National Health Safety Agency (Anses) at an animal facility in Yvelines,” the ministry said in a press release, stressing that analyzes revealed “the presence of the H5N8 virus, just the similar to that found in Haute-Corse, which cannot be transmitted to humans. ”Adding that” the epidemiological investigation is ongoing to identify the links between these two foci and the origin of contamination “.
While waiting for the state to provide proof of its commitment to the environment, Emmanuel Macron brings together representatives from about thirty sovereign funds and international asset managers committed to promoting “green” finance on Friday. in the face of the climate crisis.
This meeting, which will be via video conferencing, will be the third of the One Planet Summit “sovereign funds” working group, launched on the initiative of the President of the Republic in December 2017. This group has grown since its count. now 33 financial institutions, including 14 sovereign funds, weighing 30,000 billion dollars, or nearly 30% of the world’s managed funds, note the Elysee.