the upcoming “map of misfortune”

Headlines from Friday: Italy sees its climate future clouded after deadly floods; Jerusalem is the scene of a controversial march; and the retreat of sand king Rafael Nadal.

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It’s a two-tone card and promises a bleak future for Italy. Fatto Quotidiano comes back to those deadly floods that hit the Emilia-Romagna region. A foretaste of the disasters to come, according to the daily, which offers a map of natural hazards on the Italian peninsula. The whole country is threatened by landslides and floods. In the disaster area, 70% of the territory is at risk of future flooding.

release also interested in the consequences of global warming… in Canada. Four regions of the country are affected by large forest fires. Alberta, in particular, is at the forefront of these fires, the earliness of which is questionable.

In France, Nicolas Sarkozy, who was freshly sentenced to a year in prison on appeal, gives his version of the facts Le figaro. A relentlessness of political justice, according to the ex-president, who promises to be combative to bring the truth to light. A “catastrophic” defense, they say releasefor whom the facts against the former head of state add up.

The Israeli press, for its part, commemorates this controversial march in Jerusalem, known as the “Flag March”. The Post of Jerusalem tells of 50,000 people who marched through the holy city to celebrate the annexation of East Jerusalem. “Cruel” parade for hairnetwhich is reminiscent of the clashes between radical demonstrators and Palestinians.

Finally, the 2023 edition of Roland-Garros will take place without the king of sand. Rafael Nadal did not play the Porte d’Auteuil tournament on Thursday. “A Land Without Its King”, title The team.

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