Cancer

Cancer - A study published today has shown that in 2019, cancer is expected to kill 1.41 million people in the European Union. The study shows the continuing downward trend in mortality in the European Union since 2014.  The probability of dying from cancer is indeed falling. Lung cancer remains the most deadly in both men and women, with 279,000 deaths predicted for 2019. Meanwhile breast cancer mortality rate is expected to drop by 9% this year compared to 2014, in the whole Union except in Poland.

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Evening Update Wednesday 29 January 2020

Six people have been placed in pre-trial detention after anti-narcotics forces intercepted the smuggling of drugs into our region from Spain... Evening Update Wednesday 29 January 2020 Read More

29/01/2020

Man dies in apartment fire

An 87 year old man has died following a fire in an apartment in Villeneuve Loubet. The fire started in the kitchen of the 6th floor apartment at aroun... Man dies in apartment fire Read More

29/01/2020

Coronavirus

As the death toll of the coronavirus epidemic is increasing in China. Chinese health authorities reported on Wednesday January 29, 132 dead and 5,974 ... Coronavirus Read More

29/01/2020

Paris, the unbeatable capital of traffic jams

According to a study published today the roads of the Ile-de-France have never been so congested. Motorists lost 163 hours in traffic last year, up fr... Paris, the unbeatable capital of traffic jams Read More

29/01/2020

French and Riviera News Wednesday 29th January 2020

More than 400 migrants on board the humanitarian ship Ocean Viking, rescued in the Mediterranean, will disembark in Italy, following an announcement f... French and Riviera News Wednesday 29th January 2020 Read More

29/01/2020