Train disaster in India, big winner of The Voice Aurélien Vivos … 5 facts to remember from the weekend

If you haven’t caught up on the news this weekend, La Dépêche du Midi offers you a catch-up session. Find the five news items tagged as news this Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4, 2023.

288 died in India after train crashes

A terrible tragedy occurred Friday night in eastern India. The collision between the three trains left at least 288 dead and 850 injured. Confusion still reigns but everyday life Indian Timeciting a preliminary investigative report this Sunday indicating that “human error” could have caused the collision between these trains.

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Railway disaster in India: causes and “responsible” identified

This was one of the worst rail disasters in the country’s history.

The anti-Mélenchon left rallied in Montpellier

The anti-Mélenchon left meets this Saturday, 3 June in Montpellier (Hérault) to try to offer an alternative to the pro-Nupes line defended by socialist boss Olivier Faure. The Raout was organized by the current Nicolas Mayer-Rossignol Refoundation, mayor of Rouen, first deputy secretary of the PS and main opponent of Olivier Faure.

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In Montpellier, the anti-Mélenchon left wanted to pick up the pace and offer an alternative to the Nupes

On the podium, president of the Occitanie region Carole Delga, mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo, president of Montpellier Michaël Delafosse, former presidential candidate Benoît Hamon… Former Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, who left PS, did not make the trip, but spoke on video.

Tarn-et-Garonnais Aurélien Vivos won The Voice

For the first time in the history of the illustrious TF1 show, the candidate from Tarn-et-Garonne was named “The Voice”. And what a victory for Aurélien Vivos from Valencia, who won over 68% of the audience vote against young Micha from Guyana. Great pride in Valence-d’Agen, the city where Aurélien grew up and where his parents live.

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INTERVIEW. Confessions of Aurélien Vivos, after her win on The Voice 2023: “Absolutely insane!”

This pure talent uncovered in the South West will now spread throughout France, and next, who knows, when the 30 year old will kick off, next January, his “500 Queen singers” tour which will take place in all the Zéniths of France. .

TFC won the last match of the season against Monaco (1-2)

In a game where Toulouse had nothing to play for and Monaco lost everything, TéFéCé bravely played their luck with a revamped side. Toulousains put on a good face at the Stade Louis II in Monanco and beat a must-win team to play in Europe next year.

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Monaco-TFC: for the final season, Rhys Healey offered Tef the win at the last second

Aboukhlal opened the scoring before Healey gave a last-gasp winner and clinched Monaco a place at next year’s European Championship. Toulouse will have a successful season in the league and will make history in the Coupe de France.

Stade Toulousain knows their opponents for the Top14 semi-finals

Stade Toulousain is now fixed. Racing 92, in a numerical advantage from the first minute of the encounter, won the Top 14 play-off at the Stade Français grounds this Saturday afternoon (33-20).

Also read:
Top 14 semifinal: Stade Toulousa is more or less favorite against Racing 92?

“Ciel et Blanc” will meet Toulouse on Friday 9 June (21:05) in San Sebastian to try to reach the final.

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