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Every day from Monday to Friday, Camille Dahan and Nacer Boubekeur offer young people aged 12 to 18 an overview of current events.

Today, on “What’s the news?”:

  • The Pas-de-Calais department faces major flooding. Schools in the department’s 279 cities most affected by flooding will remain closed until Wednesday, November 15. Nacer explains to you why the damage was so significant in this region.
  • 105,000 people marched on Sunday 12 November in the streets of Paris against anti-Semitism. Since the start of the war between Hamas and Israel on October 7, anti-Semitic acts have exploded in France.
  • A state of emergency has been declared in Iceland due to an imminent volcanic eruption. 4,000 residents of the town of Grindavik were evacuated.
  • For 10 days, schools in New Delhi were closed due to severe air pollution called the airpocalypse. The causes of this disaster include: dangerous agricultural practices, factory waste, dust from various construction sites, and 10 million vehicles circulating in the city.
  • Dua Lipa is back together Houdinia title that has become a hit.

What’s the news? is franceinfo’s daily meeting news for middle and high school students. 5-minute newscasts, Monday through Friday, available at franceinfo.fr and can be found on our channel YouTubeour account Snapchat and our account ICT tock.

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