Newsstand: Students leave Angers, dolphins on borrowed time and itinerant craftsmen

Newsstand: Students leave Angers, dolphins on borrowed time and itinerant craftsmen

The press review of the regional newspapers of Friday, October 9, signed Johanna Ghiglia.

Newsstand: Students leave Angers, dolphins on borrowed time and itinerant craftsmen

Students leave Angers (Maine-et-Loire) for lack of accommodation, this is the front page of Courrier de l’Ouest, Friday, October 9. “They are about a hundred without a housing solution, after the start of the school year“, Reports Johanna Ghiglia. News in the north with the return of migrant assaults indicates Nord Littoral. The intrusions of migrants in the trucks multiply its last days. “Dolphins suspended at Asterix”, indicates the front page of Courrier Picard, the deputies have started to vote on a text which will lead to the ban on dolphins in water parks.

40 km swim against cancer

Mentioned on the front page of Est-Éclair, the essential itinerant artisans in rural areas are adapting in the midst of an epidemic. And this beautiful story reported to us by France-Antilles, “all behind Christophe Maleau”. Christophe Maleau is a little boy, he will embark on Saturday, October 10 in the 40 km crossing between Saint Lucia and Martinique. A challenge to encourage her mother suffering from cancer, as well as all women affected by cancer.