French Open Fast Facts

( CNN) Here’s a look at the French Open tennis tournament.

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Benedictine nuns release Gregorian chants to help ease coronavirus isolation

French order opens abbey entrances to allow what could be the largest recording project ever A monastery of St Benedict’s “rule”, in which the day is divided into matched fractions of manual and intellectual employment, petition and remain, starting at…

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Germany’s devolved logic is helping it win the coronavirus race

With 400 public health positions forging ahead with testing, the country is a model for others to emulate As the coronavirus crisis experiments the resilience of republics around the globe, Covid-1 9 eruption, such a highly devolved method of governance…

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Three weeks of lockdown in Italy has given us vital perspective and crumbs of comfort

With scarce resources instilling a feeling of togetherness, Italians have instantly learned to cherish what we formerly took for granted, says writer Tobias Jones We’re about to enter our fourth week of lockdown in Italy, our sixth of home-schooling, and…

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EU parliament moves to email voting during COVID-19 pandemic

The European Parliament will temporarily admit electronic voting by email as MEPs are forced to work remotely during the coronavirus crisis. A spokeswoman for the parliament confirmed today that an” alternative electronic voting procedure” has been agree for the plenary…

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Trump Bans Travel From Europebut Covid-19 Is Already Here

As the number of brand-new coronavirus bags wartime triage etiquettes and manufacturing hard moral decisions about which patients will receive care and which ones will be allowed to die. The United Kingdom had its Merkel cautioned Wednesday that two-thirds of…

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‘I photographed 35 women, 10 are still alive’: tragedy of the Isle of Women

It is thought to be Europes last-place matriarchy, a tiny Baltic island where women are in charge and nuptials can last three days. Photographer Anne Helene Gjelstads sketches of Kihnu are a lament for a dying way of life A…

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Staff at Cahiers du Cinma, magazine that launched French New Wave, quit en masse

Writers and writers on Cahiers du Cinma say new owneds have conflict of interest The entire journalistic staff members of the Cahiers du Cinema, the periodical that once hired the likes of Jean-Luc Godard and Francois Truffaut, was sold this…

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World is approaching coronavirus tipping point, experts say

78, 000 events established, as Italy and Iran scramble to contain major outbreaks The world is fast approaching a tipping point in the spread of the coronavirus, are in accordance with professionals, who advise that the disease is outpacing efforts…

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‘We’re playing to the world’: Galway’s European capital of culture year kicks off

Galway 2020 predicts everything from Margaret Atwood to art with neighbourhood asylum-seekers. Its organisers and artists talk about building bridges and creating a lasting gift for Irish artists ‘I know it’s not utopia, but …” Author Sarah Moss has “ve…

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