WHO warns of 'extreme biohazard risk' as fighters occupy Sudan's national laboratory: The World Health Organization says that fighters in Sudan have occupied the national public laboratory holding samples of diseases including polio and measles, creating an "extremely, extremely dangerous" situation
by neolib to /s/WorldNews from rfi.fr
France's article 49.3 a handy constitutional tool to bypass parliament
by aaarrgh to /s/news from rfi.fr
PETA takes UK military to court for rejecting fake fur hats
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France prepares for possibility of electricity blackouts during winter months
Another Chinese city, Xi'an, locking down. Population = 8.7 million people. Equivalent to population of Israel. Government suddenly announced on Friday night that "temporary control" measures would be implemented from the 16th to reduce the flow of people - no going out unless necessary.
by In-the-clouds to /s/WorldNews from rfi.fr
France's green hydrogen pioneers aim to revolutionise energy production. Green hydrogen sounds almost too good to be true: a fuel made of water, that can be stored and transported, and does not produce emissions. France is banking on it, and a startup in Brittany has started to produce it.
by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from rfi.fr
French doctor who championed unproven Covid drug may lose his post
by /s/Coronavirus from rfi.frto