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controversy in a British school, vaccinated migrants in Serbia



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As every evening, the editorial staff of Franceinfo 23h takes a tour of European news. It is the Eurozapping of Friday March 26.
In the United Kingdom, a public school is causing controversy. A teacher was suspended Thursday, March 25, for showing his students a caricature of Muhammad. In the face of the outcry, the management also apologized. “This image was totally inappropriate, it should not have been used”, declared Gary Kibble, the principal of the school Batley Grammar.

In Turkey, a verdict has been handed down, 14 years after the shooting of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink. Four people (including two former police chiefs) were sentenced to life imprisonment. Other defendants were acquitted. This judgment rekindled the wounds between Turkey and Armenia.

In Serbia, migrants housed in a humanitarian camp near Belgrade have been vaccinated against Covid-19. More than 500 people have received their first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine. This vaccination program is intended for the thousands of migrants who try to reach Western Europe via the Balkan route.

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