Chile's government is promising new constitution

Sebastián Piñera The Chilean head of state had only recently approved a constitutional reform. (Photo: AP) Santiago de Chile Chile's leadership has yielded to a core demand by government-critical protesters in the country and fueled their hope for a new constitution. The government agreed on Monday with a spokeswoman ready to start the debate on … Read more

Nadal beaten by Zverev for entry into the London Masters

The world number 1 was largely dominated by the German. The Spaniard returned to the competition after his break in Paris-Bercy. Posted today at 17h00, updated at 22h49 Time to Reading 2 min. Stefanos Tsitsipas, November 11 in London against Daniil Medvedev. Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP World No. 1 Rafael Nadal was largely dominated 6-2, … Read more

"The environment was not helpful"

CEO Oliver Steil "Teamviewer is a fast growing, profitable company." (Photo: TeamViewer) Dusseldorf The euphoria did not last long: Teamviewer was the largest IPO of an IT company since the dotcom boom in September – but the rating collapsed soon after. After the first publication of quarterly figures, CEO Oliver Steil looks back. Mr. Steil, … Read more

Struth strata – Culture / Next

Lying on his side, the spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus) appears asleep, its clawed paw folded in a fetal position, with an air of fat plush. Despite its glossy black hair, the animal will not wake up, dead naturally in a German zoo. Thomas Struth photographed the specimen just prior to his dissection at the Leibniz … Read more

Disappearance of a teenager in Seine-Saint-Denis: a minor

A 17-year-old man was indicted and imprisoned on Monday, accused of being involved in the disappearance Wednesday night of a teenager of the same age after a violent fight at the edge of the Ourcq canal in Noisy-le-Sec (Seine-Saint-Denis), we learned from the parquet of Bobigny. Originally from Noisy-le-Sec, he is notably accused of attempted … Read more

Turkey: Syrian White Helmets support senior in Istanbul

Istanbul – The head of the main organization that supports the White Helmets, civil defense first aid workers operating in rebel areas in Syria, was found dead in Istanbul on Monday, his office said. The exact causes of the death of James Le Mesurier, of British nationality, were not known immediately and his office refused … Read more