violence against women, Notre Dame and Thanksgiving

A week told through striking photos. The Toulouse women demonstrated so that violence against women stops; on their signs: portraits of women killed by their companions. In Marseille (Bouches-du-Rhône), restaurateurs are making their voices heard, because confinement threatens their profession. Everyone has their own technique for doing Covid prevention: an Indian official wears a coronavirus helmet to teach customers in a market the barrier gestures.

In Ethiopia, the tiger war has already claimed hundreds of lives. This woman will have to go to neighboring Sudan for her safety, more than 42,000 civilians have already fled the federal army. In Paris, Notre Dame has been stripped of its scaffolding, the restoration will be able to begin. In the United States, this is one of President Trump’s last public acts: for Thanksgiving, he pardoned a turkey.

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