gold diggers discover a mummified and almost intact baby mammoth

An unusual discovery. On June 21, workers at the Klondike gold deposit in Canada’s Far North discovered the mummified remains of a baby woolly mammoth. Finding such a specimen is already a rare thing, but it is – in addition – here almost complete remains. It “is magnificent and is one of the most incredible … Read more

Tattoo removal, an increasingly practiced medical procedure

It is estimated today that 20% of French people are tattooed, this proportion is even higher among young people: a quarter of 35-49 year olds and a third of 25-34 year olds have a tattoo. Dermatologists have estimated that regrets also increase. So to meet this growing demand, a first salon 100% dedicated to tattoo … Read more

Stéphane Plaza explains the rules to follow if you own an animal

French households bring together 14 million cats, 8 million dogs, more than 30 million fish. Obviously, you have to live together, there are rules to follow, especially in co-ownership. If I am a tenant, a landlord cannot prevent me from adopting a pet, whether the apartment is furnished or unfurnished. If an owner is included … Read more

RTL GUEST – Departure of the Minister of Health: “We need a pilot on the plane”, claims a doctor

Are we witnessing a new wave of Covid-19? While they had faded for several weeks, coronavirus contaminations were multiplying in France, with more than 50,000 positive cases per day, up nearly 50% over one week. Djillali Annane, head of the intensive care unit at Garches hospital, warns of the hospital’s ability to withstand a new … Read more

Boris Johnson makes brief stint in hospital for sinus surgery

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a short visit to a London hospital on Monday, June 20, where he suffered a “very light routine surgery related to his sinuses“, indicated his services. Read alsoVote of no confidence: Boris Johnson’s real fake victory “He arrived at the hospital around 6 a.m. and the operation took place.“Said … Read more

The Raid arrests an ex-soldier entrenched at his home in Cahors

Raid police officers arrested Sunday, June 19, without causing injuries, a 45-year-old former soldier who had remained holed up at his home in Cahors for five hours, we informed the prosecution. Read alsoSpain: a soldier suspended for having his unit blessed in front of the former mausoleum of Franco Her company had told the police … Read more

traffic disrupted south of Gare de Lyon

The circulation of dozens of trains – TGV, intercités, RER D – was disrupted on Sunday evening June 19 due to a “personal accidentOccurred at Maisons-Alfort station, south-east of Paris, we informed SNCF. Read alsoDoubs: twenty injured, including one seriously, in the accident of a tourist train “There was a personal accident at Maisons-Alfort station … Read more

demonstration against the policies of President Saïed and the draft Constitution

Hundreds of people were affected Sunday in Tunis against the draft new Constitution which must be submitted to referendum in July and the dismissal of 57 judges by President Kais Saied, according to an AFP journalist. “The people want the independence of justice” and “Constitution, freedom and dignity“, chanted the demonstrators who took to the … Read more

what diet when quitting smoking?

You have decided to quit smoking but like many smokers, the fear of relapsing overwhelms you. Know that your diet can play a role in minimizing the effects of quitting smokingespecially on the weight? According to Passeport Santé, a diet should be adopted immediately after quitting smoking. This must be high in fiber, lean protein … Read more