Here you will find all our live recordings from #CANNES
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A trip dedicated to ecology for Emmanuel Macron in Le Havre, the first major meeting of the between-two towers in Avignon for Marine Le Pen: the two presidential finalists return to the front in an election campaign in full swing. “We have never had a president who has shown as much authoritarianism as Emmanuel Macron”, denounced the candidate of the RN invited to France 2 this morning. Follow our life.
• Ukraine announced the resumption of evacuations of civilians along nine humanitarian corridors, including from the besieged city of Mariupol in the south-east of the country, after a day of suspension. Russia also suffered a major material setback: the cruiser MoscowFlagship of the Black Sea Fleet “badly damaged” by a munitions explosion to Moscow and by rocket attacks to Ukrainian officials. Follow our life.
• The 75th Cannes Film Festival announces its official selection at 11am. More than 2,000 films have been submitted, twenty of which can compete for the Palme d’Or in 2021 following the breathtaking and divisive coronation of French filmmaker Julia Ducournau. Thierry Frémaux’s press conference can be followed in this live broadcast.
• At the November 13 attacks trial, Salah Abdeslam stated for the first time that his “Goal” was about to blow himself up in a café in Paris’ 18th arrondissement, but gave up after looking at the people around him. His questioning will continue this afternoon.
• Two Palestinians were killed this morning in a new operation by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank, a week after deadly attacks in the heart of metropolitan Tel Aviv, the Palestinian Health Ministry said.