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The unions are calling for a 14th day of mobilization on pensions on Tuesday, resembling a swan song, two days after the publication of the first decrees implementing the reform, and the day before a poorly engaged attempt to deal a political blow to the reform in the Assembly. Some 250 demonstrations and rallies are planned across the France. Secretary General of FO, Frédéric Souillot expects a million demonstrators in the streets, while the authorities expect between 400,000 and 600,000 people, including 40,000 to 70,000 in the capital.
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Few disruptions are announced in public transport: traffic "very slightly disrupted" at the SNCF, with "nine trains out of ten" on average, and "normal" in Île-de-France on the entire RATP network. A third of flights are cancelled from Paris-Orly. In Paris, the demonstration will leave the Invalides at 14 p.m. towards the Place d'Italie. The unions will hold their press briefing in front of the National Assembly, symbolically marking the link with Thursday, during which a bill from the Liot group to repeal the reform will be examined.
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- "Vision Pro" headset, iOS 17... Apple's announcements at the Keynote. Apple on Monday presented its first "mixed" reality headset (virtual and augmented), called "Vision Pro". This new device will be marketed from $ 3,499 early next year. The Apple brand also presented the latest version of the iPhone operating system, available in September, and which will offer several new features.
- Prince Harry called to the bar in London. The prince arrived at the High Court in London on Tuesday morning to testify against a tabloid accused of hacking phone messages, the first appearance of a member of the royal family at the bar in more than a century. In delicate with the rest of the British royal family, the Duke of Sussex has initiated a series of legal proceedings against British newspapers.
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Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne made a series of measures on Monday to try to curb the housing crisis. The extension of the zero-interest loan (PTZ) - a device nevertheless criticized for its increasingly restrictive criteria for obtaining - until the end of 2026 was announced, as well as the extension of the Visal guarantee, the development of the real solidarity lease, or the end of the Pinel on December 31, 2024. A plan that disappointed professionals, who expected shock treatment to stop the real estate crisis.