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Except “emergency”, judicial investigations slowed down because of coronavirus

The coronavirus epidemic not only affects the world of justice through risks for detainees or a profusion of criminal complaints against government officials: it...

What sounds do cities make in these times of Covid-19?

The health crisis and the imposed confinement are upsetting the soundscape of cities around the world. The artistic project Cities and Memory wants to...

Surveillance measures taken in times of epidemic could continue

In times of crisis, concessions on freedoms may seem acceptable. But emergency measures often end up being perpetuated and turning against citizens, warns the...

how Italy intends to come out “gradually” of the pandemic

A branch hanging from the Italian flag, accompanied by the message “Everything will be fine”, in Naples, April 5, 2020, the day...

Alone in his church, the parish priest celebrates mass … connected to his faithful

"I hang my phone on a candle stand and I connect on Skype": with confinement, the parish priest of Illiers-Combray (Eure-et-Loir), Olivier Monnier, continues...

Faroe Archipelago, male islands

In northern Europe, between Scotland and Iceland, the Danish Faroe Islands are experiencing a significant gender and demographic imbalance. A report by photographer Andrea...

In Ecuador, the difficult collection of corpses in the streets of Guayaquil

Employees of a funeral service April 3 in Guayaquil, Ecuador. STRINGER / REUTERSIn the Ecuadorian city of Guayaquil, Gilber Arango launched a...

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“Thank you Heroes”, a nice video game to raise awareness of the heroes of the gown in the coronavirus

EFEMADRID Updated:04/05/2020 16: 54h save A video game where young and old become health personnel and...

Except “emergency”, judicial investigations slowed down because of coronavirus

The coronavirus epidemic not only affects the world of justice through risks for detainees or a profusion of criminal complaints against government officials: it...

Except “emergency”, judicial investigations slowed down because of coronavirus

The coronavirus epidemic not only affects the world of justice through risks for detainees or a profusion of criminal complaints against government officials: it...
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