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We are releasing today in Accents d'Europe! In the great outdoors, despite all the outing and travel restrictions! </p><div> <p><span><span><span><span><span><strong><span><span>Swimming in open water</span></span></strong></span></span></span></span></span>
And there are a few lessons to be learned from the Irish side. The country is in its third confinement which should last until the beginning of April 2021. But whatever, some athletes have found the parade. No weight training in the garage, or yoga by Zoom. But swimming in “open water”. Hear in the sea. With 3,000 kilometers of coastline, the island has some beautiful spots to offer. And despite the cold, the followers are more and more numerous. Emeline Wine followed them by a chilly morning …
Magic, lightness, dreams in the open air, that’s nothing less than what scouts want to offer today, whose smallest members play knights in the parks …The Covid is straining a movement that is over a hundred years old. The scouts and guides of France, one of the great movements of Catholic scouting in France for example, has 90,000 members, 30,000 more than 10 years ago. And despite the difficulties, they hope to organize their big summer camp well and by then, to keep this breathing as close to nature as possible for a few weekends. This is the report of Juliette Rengeval.
Muscu in the park
No relaxation of health rules in Belgium… Faced with an outbreak of contaminations. No indoor sports either … they remain closed until further notice. Some managers are also considering taking the State to court. Others have taken the outdoor course option. According to the rules in force, no groups of more than four, and safety distances between participants.Laxmi Lota went to visit them in a park in Brussels…
European of the week: Mario DraghiHe is said to be the least Italian of Italian leaders. Mario Draghi, former governor of the Bank of Italy, ex-president of the European Central Bank, as professional as he is austere, has just taken the reins of the Italian government. Not an easy task given the chronic political instability in his country. Just as he saved the Euro during the debt crisis, today Super Mario as he is called, is expected to turn around the Italian economy. His portrait is signed Vincent Souriau.
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