France: National Police and customs checked 107 buses and 1647 passengers

A sizable control operation was carried out in New Caledonia by the French municipal Police and customs. The primary goals of this massive operation were to protect the community, apprehend fraudsters, and put an end to illicit activities

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Euro 2024: Cristiano Ronaldo Shines Again, Leading Portugal’s Charge

"You just have to look at his statistics," Martinez said, defending his decision. Ronaldo's performance with Al-Nassr was nothing short of stellar: 44 goals in 45 matches across all competitions

IOC Approves Russian and Belarusian Athletes for Paris Olympics Under Neutral Status

Notably, tennis, swimming, and judo were not included in this initial assessment. The IOC panel's evaluation focused on ensuring that the athletes had not expressed support for the Russian invasion of Ukraine or had affiliations with military or state security services

Ferrari Triumphs Again at Le Mans 24 Hours Amidst Rain, Drama, and Endurance

Navigating through treacherous conditions and intense competition, Nicklas Nielsen, Antonio Fuoco, and Miguel Molina piloted the No 50 Ferrari to the chequered flag, overcoming a grueling 24-hour challenge that tested both man and machine

France Gears Up for Intense Campaign as Mbappé Urges Younger Generation to Vote

France braces for a crucial two weeks of campaigning after President Macron's unexpected call for snap parliamentary elections. This decision follows significant far-right gains in the European Parliament elections, prompting Macron to prematurely dissolve the Assemblée Nationale

Roberto De Zerbi Nears Managerial Role at Olympique de Marseille: A Strategic Game-Changer for French Football

The club is reportedly finalizing terms with former Brighton and Hove Albion manager Roberto De Zerbi, marking a significant step forward in their quest for footballing excellence