New government in France, shooting in the United States and fashion week in Paris

Shooting in Copenhagen, the collapse of a glacier in the Dolomites, Formula 1, Wimbledon, the Tour de France… Find all the news every day through the work of photojournalists who travel the world. Thanks to the news agencies, who are always on the front lines at major events, and to the journalists of the editorial board of 20 minutes, from Lille to Marseille, via Bordeaux and Strasbourg, here’s another look, in pictures, at the news of the last 24 hours.

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  • The family photo of the new government, in the Elysée, July 4, 2022. — JACQUES WITT/SIPA

    With a new government, ElisabethStubbornlywill present his project to Parliament on Wednesday but, in the absence of an absolute majority, will not take up his responsibility with a confidence vote, risking fueling the opposition. This vote is not compulsory, in accordance with Article 50-1 of the Constitution. For example, on the right Maurice Couve de Murville in 1968 and on the left Michel Rocard (1988), Edith Cresson (1991) and Pierre Bérégovoy (1992) did not take the responsibility of thegovernment. Seven of the 27 prime ministers since 1959 have not taken this risk.

  • Police tape posted around the area near the shooting scene during the Fourth of July Parade in Highland Park, Illinois on July 4, 2022. — YOUNGRAE KIM/AFP

    Police have arrested the suspect in the shooting that left at least six dead and 26 injured during a parade near Chicago on Monday for the US National Day of July 4. The tragedy, in a country still reeling from a recent series of deadly shootings, took place in Highland Park, in the northern United States.

  • Josue Serrano, a Mexican migrant deported, hangs wooden crosses on the border fence as part of a vigil for migrants who died while migrating to the United States, at the US-Mexico border in Playas de Tijuana, Au Mexico, on July 4 2022 — GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP

    The death toll from the tragedy of migrants found dead in an overheated truck in San Antonio, Texas has risen to 53. Mexico, the United States, Honduras and Guatemala will coordinate their efforts “of cooperation and support” in the investigation led by US authorities, the Mexican embassy in the United States said in a joint press release.

  • Emma Watson arrives at the Schiaparelli Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2022-2023 show, as part of Paris Fashion Week, July 4, 2022. — JM HAEDRICH/SIPA

    Her surreal outfits shocked almost a century ago and her ideas now inspire style icons. Italy’s Elsa Schiaparelli is in the spotlight during Paris Haute Couture Week, which kicked off Monday with a theatrical fashion show at his home.

  • France’s Alizé Cornet reacts during the Wimbledon Round of 16 match in London, UK, July 4, 2022. — TAKUYA MATSUMOTO/AP/SIPA

    Harmony Tan, 115th in the world, then Alizé Cornet, 37th, were knocked out in quick succession on Monday in the knockout stage of Wimbledon, where they were the last French women in singles.

  • People exit the Fields shopping center, where a gunman killed three people and injured several others on July 3, 2022 in Copenhagen. OLAFUR STEINAR GESTSSON/AFP

    Three people were killed and several injured in a shooting at a shopping center in Copenhagen on Sunday, police said, who arrested a suspect, a 22-year-old Dane. The young man with a psychiatric history, armed with a large rifle, according to witnesses, was arrested without violence shortly after the arrival of the police near the large Fields shopping center, located between the city center and the airport of the Danish capital.

  • A helicopter flies over the glacier that collapsed the day before on Mount Marmolada, the highest in the Dolomites, on July 4, 2022. — PIERRE TEYSSOT/AFP

    A huge block broke off the Marmolada Glacier, the largest in the Italian Alps, on Sunday afternoon, triggering an avalanche that left at least six dead and eight injured. Searches for possible survivors resumed Monday after part of this glacier collapsed as a result of a heat wave.

  • People watch a flooded park due to torrential rain in the Sydney suburb of Camden on July 3, 2022. — MUHAMMAD FAROOQ/AFP

    On Monday, the third day of torrential rain, thousands of Sydney residents were called to evacuate their homes. Flooded rivers inundated tracts of land and torrents of water poured from the main dam in Australia’s largest metropolis.

  • Chinese President Xi Jinping at the inaugural ceremony of the sixth term of office of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on Friday, July 1, 2022. — EYEPRESS NEWS/SIPA

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday praised Hong Kong’s governance since its handover to Beijing, whose 25th anniversary it was celebrating, and praised a “true democracy” there, despite cracking down on dissent for two years.

  • Eric Coquerel, Chairman of the Finance Committee of the National Assembly, June 30, 2022. — JACQUES WITT/SIPA

    LFI deputy Eric Coquerel was elected on Thursday to chair the National Assembly’s finance committee, a strategic position assigned to the opposition and hoped for by the RN. In addition, he suggested on a forum to the JDD Sunday of “baseless rumors” about his behavior towards women.

  • Chinese Alfa Romeo driver Guanyu Zhou crashed at the start of the British Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone in England on Sunday, July 3, 2022. † FRANK AUGSTEIN/AP/SIPA

    The halo, this titanium hoop placed above the cockpit of Formula 1 to protect the driver, again fulfilled its role on Sunday during the spectacular accident of the Chinese driver of Alfa Romeo Guanyu Zhou that took place a few seconds after the start of the GP . of Great Britain, at Silverstone. Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr (Ferrari) took his first Formula 1 victory on Sunday.

  • Stage winner Dylan Groenewegen, right, crosses the finish line ahead of Belgian Wout Van Aert, second, wearing the leader’s yellow jersey, while Slovakian Peter Sagan, left, complains during the third stage of the Tour de France in Sonderborg, Denmark, on Sunday July 3, 2022. — DANIEL COLE/AP/SIPA

    A very undecided sprint turned in favor of Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen (BikeExchange), who won the third stage of the Tour de France on Sunday in Sönderborg before the last Danish day in front of a crowd of spectators. Belgian Wout van Aert (Jumbo), second for the third time in a row, retained the leader’s yellow jersey after this 182 kilometer stage.

  • Alizé Cornet during her third round match at Wimbledon, in London, UK, on ​​July 02, 2022. — DAVE SHOPLAND/SIPA

    Alizé Cornet, 37th in the world, achieved the feat of beating No. 1 Iga Swiatek 6-4, 6-2 in the third round of Wimbledon on Saturday, ending the Pole’s run of 37 consecutive victories. “I don’t have the words for it… It reminds me of my victory over Serena (Williams) eight years ago on the same N.1 track that brings me luck,” the 32-year-old Frenchwoman reacted fiercely.

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