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Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, a slow-motion train wreck

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Since his disastrous televised debate with Donald Trump, the president of the United States has ignored calls to drop his bid for a second term. Le Monde looks back at the weeks that saw him and his campaign team shunt any mention of his physical and mental state.

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As French left looks for a prime minister, an unexpected name emerges

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Huguette Bello, the president of the regional council of La Réunion, an overseas territory in the Indian Ocean, has received the backing of the Communists, the Greens and Jean-Luc Mélenchon. But the Socialists still want their leader to be the left’s candidate to form a government.

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Tony Parker’s number retired in evening of ups and downs for French basketball

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Two weeks before the Olympic Games, the French women’s team beat Serbia while Victor Wembanyama and his teammates lost against the same nation. At the end of the double-header, a ceremony to honor Tony Parker took place.

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Tony Parker’s number retired in evening of ups and downs for French basketball

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Two weeks before the Olympic Games, the French women’s team beat Serbia while Victor Wembanyama and his teammates lost against the same nation. At the end of the double-header, a ceremony to honor Tony Parker took place.

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Near Naples, renewed seismic activity deepens distrust

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Inhabitants of the Phlegrean Fields seismic zone are suspicious of the public authorities’ earthquake prevention efforts due to numerous past embezzlements and misappropriations.

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2024 Olympics: Practical questions about getting around Paris, on foot, by public transit, bike or car

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The Paris police prefecture has set out perimeters of movement restrictions around the sites of the Olympic competitions and the opening ceremony. Public transport networks will also be disrupted.

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Gaza: Dozens of bodies recovered from rubble after Israeli onslaught

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The Israeli army carried out days of bombardments in the districts of Tal al-Hawa and Sanaa in Gaza City, as war enters its tenth month.

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Defense: Competition between tank manufacturers rekindled by war in Ukraine

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The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has made the heavy tank a major weapon once again. The European market is dominated by Germany’s Rheinmetall and KNDS but also by American and South Korean manufacturers.

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Defense: Competition between tank manufacturers rekindled by war in Ukraine

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The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has made the heavy tank a major weapon once again. The European market is dominated by Germany’s Rheinmetall and KNDS but also by American and South Korean manufacturers.

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In India, ‘cheating mafias’ and ‘coaching factories’ thrive on students’ thirst for success

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The country is failing to create enough jobs for the millions of people entering the job market every year, despite a robust growth rate. Massive fraud in competitive examinations is a cause for concern at the highest level.

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