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Five facts in retrospect: war in Ukraine, Quatennens affair and deaths in Indonesia

When the air is humid, we seek comfort. You didn’t have the heart to walk around under a not always joyful rain of information this weekend. A good choice as you know, we were there to keep watch and give you your summary.

Deadly stadium in Indonesia

A “tragedy beyond imagination” in the words of the President of the International Football Association (FIFA), Gianni Infantino. A game in Indonesia turned into a horrific drama. More than 125 people died in the violence that erupted at the end of the game. Arema FC team fans took to the pitch at Kanjuruhan Stadium in Malang after their team lost 3-2 to Persebaya Surabaya. Police tried to convince fans to return to the stands and fired tear gas after two officers were killed. Dozens of people died in the chaos, suffocated or trampled by mass movements.

Adrien Quatennen’s fall: a second handrail laid down

LFI MP Adrien Quatennens was heard at Lille police station on Monday September 26 as part of the domestic violence investigation into him after his wife filed a new handrail against him, his lawyer said on Saturday.

Céline Quatennens, whose first handrail was unveiled by Le Canard enchaîné in mid-September, sparking the affair, recently filed a second, according to the MP’s lawyer Jade Dousselin, who added that the handrail prompted text messages saying “no message contained malicious or threatening nature”.

War in Ukraine: Setbacks and new sanctions for Russia in sight

The Ukrainian army entered Lyman, a strategic city in eastern Ukraine in the Donetsk region, on Saturday. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy assured on Saturday that next week “new Ukrainian flags will be waved over the Donbass”. Addressing Russian soldiers and officials, he referred to President Vladimir Putin: “Until you all solve the problem of who started it all, who started this senseless war against Ukraine, you will be killed one by one. For his part, French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that he will work with his European partners on new sanctions against Russia after the annexation of four Ukrainian regions. “He reaffirmed France’s determination to help Ukraine regain its full sovereignty and territorial integrity,” the Élysée continues.

92 dead in repression in Iran

The balance sheet becomes heavier. At least 92 people have been killed in Iran in the crackdown on protests that erupted two weeks ago after the death of Mahsa Amini, who was arrested by morality police, the NGO Iran Human Rights (IHR) said on Sunday. In addition, 41 other people were killed in clashes in southeastern Iran on Friday in a border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the NGO added, citing local sources, without revealing how this violence is linked to Mahsa Amini’s death related to the age of 22. President Ebrahim Raisi on Sunday accused Iran’s “enemies” of “conspiracy” to isolate his country and said their attempts “failed” as protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Maini against the government entered their third week.

PSG beat Nice with a goal from Mbappé

PSG beat OGC Nice 2-1 in Ligue 1 on Saturday, thanks to a goal from Kylian Mbappé, a bit late of course, but decisive. Relive the game thanks to our Live