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By The Editorial Board

Will the population of France decrease following the drop in the birth rate?

Do recent demographic developments in France, marked in particular by a significant decrease in the number of births in 2023 compared to 2022, indicate a decline in the population?

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By The Editorial Board

Sectarian abuses: the Assembly votes to create offenses against “gurus 2.0”

The National Assembly adopted on Wednesday at first reading a text to combat sectarian abuses, particularly on the internet, ultimately approving the creation of a new offense of "provoking the abstention of medical care".

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By The Editorial Board

IVG in the Constitution: first sign of openness in the Senate, before a suspenseful vote

The Senate takes a first step towards the inclusion of abortion in the Constitution: the Law Committee of the upper house decided on Wednesday to "not oppose" the government reform despite reservations.

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By The Editorial Board

Robert Badinter, “the eloquence of the heart and reason”

The announcement of the death of Robert Badinter was accompanied by numerous tributes, drawing the portrait of a personality that is now unanimously appreciated.

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By Camille Perrier

Death of Robert Badinter, defender of life

François Mitterrand's former Minister of Justice, Robert Badinter, died on the night of February 8 to 9, at the age of 95. Considered in France as the father of the abolition of the death penalty, a national tribute will be paid to him on Wednesday.

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End of life: received at the Elysée, religious leaders believe they have been “listened to”

The leaders of the main religions, received on Thursday for dinner by Emmanuel Macron on the ultra-sensitive subject of the end of life, believe they have been "listened to" by the president who hopes to propose a "possible" rather than a "new right" .

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By Melanie Boukorras

“God changed my life”: the testimony of Yannis Gauthier, robber turned pastor on TPMP

Invited on the TPMP set Thursday February 8, Pastor Yannis Gauthier testified about his encounter with God when he was in prison. The redemption of this former robber inspires many believers today, touched by his testimony.

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By The Editorial Board

End of life: Macron brings together leaders of religions and doctors before “final arbitrations”

Emmanuel Macron brought together representatives of the main religions in France, doctors and other personalities on Thursday at the Elysée for a dinner devoted to the sensitive issue of the end of life, before "final arbitrations" expected in February.

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By Camille Perrier

The CNEF received by the President of the National Assembly: “These meetings are important to bear witness to our faith”

Thursday January 18, the National Council of Evangelicals of France was received by Yael Braun Pivet, president of the National Assembly. The opportunity for the evangelical organization to discuss current issues such as the end of life or sectarian excesses

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By The Editorial Board

France pays tribute to the victims of the “largest anti-Semitic massacre of our century”

In the courtyard of the Invalides, 42 portraits and three empty armchairs: Emmanuel Macron paid tribute on Wednesday to the French victims of the Hamas attack on October 7 in Israel, the "largest anti-Semitic massacre of our century".

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February 23, 2024 News Summary

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