Information not to be missed
The humanitarian truce officially entered into force in the Gaza Strip this morning, at 7 a.m. local time (6 a.m. Paris). This is the first sign of respite after weeks of war. It must be followed by the release of 13 hostages in the afternoon, around 4 p.m. (3 p.m. Paris), in exchange for that of 50 Palestinian prisoners.
The agreement concluded between Israel and Hamas concerns the release of 50 hostages in exchange for a four-day humanitarian truce and a return of 150 Palestinian prisoners. It should make it possible to deliver vital aid to the inhabitants of Gaza. Trucks of humanitarian aid and fuel entered the Gaza Strip shortly after the start of the truce.
At first light, tens of thousands of them left the south of the enclave to return home, in cars, donkey-drawn carts and tuk-tuks or on foot, while leaflets in Arabic were thrown from the air by the Israeli army warn: “The war is not over yet. »
What to also remember
- Violent riots in Dublin. L’stabbing attack which took place Thursday afternoon in the Irish capital and which left five injured, including three children, led to violent clashes in the evening. Several groups of people, ociated with the extreme right, caused chaos in the city center, burning vehicles and looting stores. Rumors which notably targeted the origin of the main suspect, although the police did not communicate on it, galvanized anti-immigration discourse.
- Oscar Pistorius soon to be released. Ten years after the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, the former South African Paralympic champion obtained his conditional release this Friday, even if the victim’s mother believes that he “did not rehabilitate himself” in detention. The actual release of Oscar Pistorius, now aged 37, could take time, with the procedure to establish the conditions for early release lasting up to a month.
- Sarkozy in court. The former president, sentenced at first instance to one year in prison in the “Bygmalion” case, has been retried since November 8 in the appeal trial of this case. He was on the stand this morning for his questioning about excessive spending during his 2012 presidential campaign. He “vigorously contested any criminal liability”.
- Funeral of Thomas, killed in Crépol. They took place in the morning at the collegiate church of Saint-Donat-sur-l’Herbe, in Drôme. A large crowd gathered to pay their last respects to the 16-year-old high school student and rugby player, mortally wounded during the night from Saturday to Sunday during a village festival in Crépol. On Wednesday, more than 6,000 people marched for the white march.
It concerns you
This Friday, November 24 takes place Black Friday, a commercial event during which the vast majority of e-commerce sites increase promotions and encourage purchases. But consumers must be extra vigilant because dark patterns – or misleading designs – are legion. Countdown, display of low stock, hidden costs displayed at the end of the journey, visual traps to force the Internet user to subscribe… Le Parisien does the techniques used to trap you.