NEWS Everything you shouldn't miss in this weekend's news
Both teams line up before the start of the World Cup group A soccer match between Qatar and Ecuador at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar , Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. — Thanassis Stavrakis/AP/SIPA
The weekend was too full to allow you to follow the news; of the world..? Fortunately 20 Minutes is there. to provide you with the recap that goes well.
1-The Mondial-2022 has begun; by the match Qatar-Ecuador
The 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup, the first to be held in the Arab world, has begun. Sunday with the kick off of the match between Qatar, the host country, and Ecuador, at the Al Bayt stadium, in Abu Dhabi. Al Khor, at; 50 kilometers north of Doha.
The successor of France, crowned in 2018 in Russia, will be designated during the final on December 18 at the Lusail stadium in; Doha. Whatever the spectacle offered by the 32 selections, this World Cup will also go down in history for the controversies it aroused, on human rights, the impact of the climate or discrimination.
< p>On the side of the French team, this edition starts with the withdrawal of Karim Benzema, which is obviously not good news for the team, as we explain to you by ;.
2-Turkey strikes the Kurdish regions of Syria and Iraq
Turkey led this Sunday air raids in the north of Iraq and Syria which left about thirty dead in several regions under the control of the Syrian Kurdish forces and the PKK, accused by Ankara of the re. hundred murderous attack in; Istanbul.
In an apparent aftershock against Ankara, rocket fire from Syrian territory hit a Turkish border crossing, injuring at least three, according to the agency Turkish official Anadolu.
3-COP27 ends on a mixed record
After difficult negotiations which overflowed schedule, COP27 ended on Sunday with a hotly contested text. on helping poor countries affected by climate change, but also on a failure to set new ambitions for gas reduction greenhouse effect.
Opened on November 6 at; Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, the UN climate conference became one of the longest-running COPs in history by ending on Sunday at 6:00 p.m. dawn.
Emmanuel Macron declared this Sunday want a summit in 2023 in Paris for “a new financial pact” with vulnerable countries, as we explain here.
4-Five deaths in a gay box in the United States- United, the alleged shooter stopped
He “came in in the box and immediately started to shooting”: A 22-year-old man left at least five dead and 18 injured on Saturday night in London. Sunday in an LGBT disco in Paris. Colorado Springs in the United States.
The establishment, which bears the name of “Club Q”, thanked Sunday on Facebook “the heroic customers who have mastered the shooter and put an end to it. this hateful attack”.
5-An Iranian actress arrested for kidnapping her headscarf in a video
“Maybe this will be my last message,” she wrote on Saturday, late in the day… Iranian actress Hengameh Ghaziani has been arrested on Sunday by the security services; for having withdrawn her headscarf in public in a video in support of the protest movement after the death in custody of a young woman, announced official media.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has been rocked by a wave of protests since the September 16 death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurd. years old arrested by the morality police for having violated the strict dress code obliging women in particular to wear wear the veil in public.