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France will find out today what phase 2 of the progressive end to lockdown will entail. Following the defence council meeting today, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe will at 5pm announce measures for the reopening of restaurants, cinemas and high schools as well as future holidays and the possible end of the current travel limit and the colour-coded map of France indicating where the coronavirus is in high circulation will be updated. Read More
A 35-year-old man has been stabbed to death in Marseille. The incident occurred in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Read More
Police in Fayence have appealed following the disappearance of a teenager. 16-year-old Maene left her home in the evening of Tuesday 12th May and has not been seen since. Of slim build, with straight dark brown hair, she was at the time dressed in a grey hooded jacket, blue jeans, and black trainers. Read More
One person has died from coronavirus in the Alpes Maritimes region according to figures released on Sunday, bringing the total number of lives claimed by the virus in the region to 244. 133 people are still hospitalized and 11 are still in intensive care. Read More