What does it say Tuesday September 19?

Tuesday September 19, Europe is monitoring the migration crisis in Lampedusa, sex education classes are controversial in Belgium and two teenagers are indicted in a case of false bomb threats.



Exiles arrive in the Italian port of the island of Lampedusa, September 15, 2023. (ALESSANDRO SERRANO / AFP)

“Hi it’s Leo, what does it say?”

This Tuesday, September 19, Gérald Darmanin returns from Rome where he advocated “firmness” in the face of the migration crisis in Lampedusa. While the Italian island was faced with the arrival of 12,000 exiles last week, Europe is monitoring the situation. France “don’t get ready” to welcome its share of migrants and prefers “help Italy hold its border to prevent people from arriving”declared the Minister of the Interior.

Schools are burning in Belgium amid protests over sex education classes. The program of “education in relational, emotional and sexual life” (Evras) raises a revolt from conservative and radical religious circles, whether Muslim or Catholic. The demonstrations continued since the start of the school year, until several schools were the target of fires and tags.

Two teenagers aged around fifteen were indicted on Saturday, notably for “death threats”. They are suspected of having hacked the digital workspaces of around sixty students to broadcast false bomb threats last year. The phenomenon has affected several middle and high schools, such as in Mulhouse, Lille and Créteil, in the Paris region. With this indictment, the two teenagers therefore risk a trial.

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