Homage. a year ago to the day, the attacks in Paris and Saint-Denis were 130 dead and endeuillaient the whole of France. After the reopening Saturday night of Jazz with a concert of Sting, several memorial ceremonies are scheduled this Sunday. François Hollande, the mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo and the mayor of Saint-Denis, Didier Paillard will visit each of the places affected by the attacks. They plan to unveil six plates in tribute to the “lives on the line in these places”, with the names of the victims. They will begin by the Stade de France before joining the terraces XI and X arrondissement and the venue of the show. A public rally is planned in front of the mairie of the eleventh arrondissement, with a releasing of balloons and a mas s will be celebrated in tribute to the victims at 18: 30 at Notre-Dame. In the evening, lanterns, symbols of hope and life”, must be filed on the canal Saint-Martin, close to several of the terraces are under attack. The association of victims “, 13 November: brotherhood and truth”, also called the French to participate by putting a candle in their windows.
United States. The american channel CBS will broadcast the first interview with Donald Trump since his election to the head of the United States. During these “60 Minutes,” recorded on Friday, the republican could say it confirms a softening of his speech.
Tennis. The masters of London, the last one of the season starts this Sunday. This rendezvous of the elite tennis will determine the one that will end in 2016 to the first place in the world. The French Gael Monfils, no. 6 worldwide, participates for the first time in his career.