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Ukraine continues to chain successes in its counter-offensive: last night, Volodymyr Zelensky announced the recapture of the strategic city of Izium. The Russian army announces this morning to bomb the areas it has lost.
• After speaking to Parliament, King Charles III will go to Edinburgh, Scotland, where the coffin of Elizabeth II arrived yesterday. It will be exhibited to the public for 24 hours in a cathedral in the city.
An exceptional heat peak for the month of September is expected today, with temperatures that could reach 35 to 38°C in the South-West, especially in Bordeaux. We decipher the weather for the next few days with Météo France.
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Ukraine continues its successful counter-offensive in the east of the country. Last night, Volodymyr Zelensky announced the takeover of the strategic city of Izium.
• The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II reached Edinburgh from Balmoraland will be exhibited to the public this afternoon after a religious ceremony. Here is the program for the next few days between now and the Queen’s funeral.
An exceptional heat peak for the month of September is expected today, with temperatures that could reach 38°C in the Southwest. We decipher the weather for the next few days with Météo France.
At only 19 years old, the Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz won the US Open against the Norwegian Casper Ruud (6-4, 2-6, 7-6, 6-3), and becomes the youngest world No. 1 in the history of the men’s circuit.
The new King Charles III will deliver a speech in Parliament, after receiving condolences from both chambers, around 11 a.m. (French time).
He will then travel to Edinburgh, to Holyrood Palace, where the coffin of Elizabeth II is.
The coffin will leave the palace for Saint-Gilles Cathedral at 3:35 p.m. Charles III and his wife Camilla will follow the Queen’s remains during the half-hour procession through the streets of Edinburgh.
After a religious ceremony, the coffin will be on public display in the cathedral for 24 hours.