oklahoma | Bill bans majority of abortions

The Oklahoma Legislature on Thursday gave final approval to a bill banning nearly all abortions beginning with fertilization, making it the toughest abortion law in the country. Posted at 6:03 p.m. Updated at 7:08 p.m. Kate Zernike and Mitch Smith The New York Times The law is modeled after one that went into effect in … Read more

Cannes Film Festival: Brother and Sister, hate the cursed

CRITICAL – Arnaud Desplechin takes up his favorite theme, family neuroses, and brings two members of a sibling who hate each other face to face. A sensual and tormented film. It is snowing on the scene. Alice plays Dublin people. Her brother is a writer. Between them, it’s war. She hates him. Her books hurt … Read more

Canada to ban Huawei from its 5G network

Ottawa finally banned Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei and ZTE from Canada’s 5G network for security reasons. “Our government is announcing its intention to prohibit the use of Huawei and ZTE components and services in telecommunications systems in Canada,” the Minister of Innovation, Science and Science said late Thursday afternoon. and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne. This decision … Read more

Travel: Conservatives want airport restrictions to end

The Conservatives tabled a motion on Thursday to end COVID-19 regulations at airports, lamenting “unacceptable” wait times for passengers due to these restrictions. • Read also: No more masks on planes in Europe • Read also: COVID-19: 14 additional deaths in Quebec “The Liberal government’s outdated COVID-19 protocols at airports are causing extreme delays, lineups, … Read more

the French comedy of the year? 🪚

Remake of a Japanese film passed mostly under the radar of international audiences, Cut! is a daring comedy coupled with a sincere declaration of love for Z-series cinema. It was well worth awarding it the award, perhaps a bit precocious (and still only), of winner of 2022 in its category. When Michel Hazanavicius said he … Read more