The hunting trophy | The Press

It was with great fanfare – during a televised address – that US President Joe Biden announced on Monday the assassination of Ayman al-Zawahiri, the successor to Osama bin Laden at the head of Al-Qaeda. Speaking of a moment of great “justice”. Am I the only one to find this enthusiasm indecent? Posted at 5:00 … Read more

Sentenced to 9 years in prison in Russia | 42 seconds of silence in support of Brittney Griner

(Los Angeles) The players of Phoenix, the team of Brittney Griner, and Connecticut observed Thursday 42 seconds of silence before their WNBA championship match in support of the American basketball player, sentenced to 9 years in prison by a Russian court for trafficking drug. Updated yesterday at 7:55 p.m. Gathered in the center of the … Read more

Austria | The death of a doctor causes scandal

Austria is shaken by the tragic end of a prominent 36-year-old doctor in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic who ended her life in her clinic a week ago after suffering a an intense campaign of harassment. Posted at 12:00 a.m. Marc Thibodeau The Press Lisa-Maria Kellermayr had repeatedly complained publicly, both on Twitter and … Read more

Vitality and exuberance at the foot of Mount Royal

It was in black shorts and pink sports shoes that Yannick Nézet-Séguin served the 5th of Beethoven from every angle to an enthusiastic audience gathered at the foot of Mount Royal on a beautiful summer evening. On Tuesday evening, the Metropolitan Orchestra (OM) invited the people of Montreal to its big annual free concert at … Read more

Gang rape allegations in 2018 | Provincial federations hold Hockey Canada to account

In the wake of sexual assault allegations involving players from the 2018 Canada Junior Team, the country’s 13 provincial and territorial hockey federations, including Hockey Quebec, are calling Hockey Canada to account. The payment of contributions to the organization is now linked to a series of conditions. Posted at 5:04 p.m. Katherine Harvey Pinard The … Read more