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D-day for the approximately 710,000 candidates for the 2022 baccalaureate!
This Tuesday morning, the first students fixed were the students of Reunion, Aix-Marseille, Nantes and Mayotte, whose results fell at the start of the morning.
If most academies have lifted the suspense around 10 a.m., the results of the general and technological baccalaureate are pending in Rennes, as are those of the professional baccalaureate in Besançon, Lyon, Strasbourg and Limoges.
You can find all the results schedules here, and the results already revealed on our site.
To follow in real time the evolution of the results during the day, a dedicated live stream is also available.
What else to remember
35 children and 16 mothers repatriated to France from camps in Syria.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced in a press release on Tuesday the repatriation to the national territory of 16 mothers and 35 minor children from Syria.
“The minors have been handed over to the child welfare services and will be subject to medical monitoring.
The mothers have been handed over to the competent judicial authorities, ”indicates the Quai d’Orsay.
These 51 people were in camps in northeast Syria.
While half of the mothers who arrived on French soil were placed in police custody, the other half are the subject of an arrest warrant.
The 35 repatriated children are in addition to the 126 children whose parents had joined territories taken over from the Islamic State already repatriated to France since 2016.
Frenchman Hugo Diminil-Copin among the winners of the Fields Medal.
It rewards mathematicians aged 40 and over for their prowess in terms of innovation and technique.
This Tuesday, four mathematicians, including Frenchman Hugo Duminil-Copin, received the Fields Medal in Helsinki, the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in mathematics.
Other winners include US-based researcher June Huh, Britain's James Maynard and Ukraine's Maryna Viazovska, who is the second woman to receive the honor since the award was established in 1936.
New epidemic waves of Covid-19 to come?
The outbreak of Covid-19 cases is confirmed day by day.
While the seventh wave has been hitting France for several weeks, notably with a peak of 150,000 cases in 24 hours, the scientific council has published a new opinion on this epidemic wave as well as on the health bill.
“We must expect new epidemic waves” and new variants in the coming weeks and months, estimates the scientific council.
"It is difficult to know what the impact will be in terms of hospitalizations and deaths" as there are so many parameters to take into account.
First meeting on purchasing power for the government.
In the aftermath of the government reshuffle, a consequence of the results of the legislative elections two weeks ago, a meeting on purchasing power was held this Tuesday morning at the Elysée around President Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne, and the ministers concerned with this subject.
The bill will be presented to the Council of Ministers on Thursday, while the head of government will deliver her general policy speech to the Assembly on Wednesday, without asking for a vote of confidence.
Two teachers shot dead in the Hautes-Pyrénées.
A man and a woman, who taught in a college in Tarbes, in the Hautes-Pyrénées, were shot dead in a small village in the region.
The first teacher was killed at home and the second in a nearby street, according to the prosecution.
An investigation for double homicide has been opened, while the alleged perpetrator "is on the run" and "could not be arrested for the moment", indicated the prosecutor of Tarbes Pierre Aurignac.
it concerns you
The popular savings account, a solution to inflation?
Underutilized, with only seven million accounts opened for more than 15 million eligible people, the popular savings account has never been so attractive.
While inflation is at its highest in France, this booklet has benefited from an interest rate of 2.2% since February 2, a rate that could rise to 4.5% on August 1.
The only condition to benefit from this very advantageous rate: not to exceed the income ceilings set according to the number of family quotient shares.
For example, a single person living in mainland France must not earn more than 20,297 euros per year.