‘Hannibal’ star Gaspard Ulliel dies at 37 after ski accident

French star Gaspard Ulliel, who played a young Hannibal Lecter and had a top role in a new Marvel TV series, died on Jan. 19 at 37 following a skiing accident.

Ulliel was already in the top rank of French actors, and gained international attention for his performance as the famous cannibal in "Hannibal Rising" in 2007.

Mitsotakis, Macron trade Twitter messages on occasion of first delivery of Rafale warplanes to Greece

Greek Prime Minister and French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday evening exchanged congratulatory messages hours after the Hellenic Air Force officially accepted six fourth-generation Rafale warplanes.

ATP sent a notice: No vaccine, no French Open for Djokovic

That, of course, includes Roland Garros.
The e-mail was marked "urgent" and its title read "Request for vaccination in France".
The text further states that the Tennis Federation of France informed the ATP about the adoption of a legal act that will ban the participation of unvaccinated persons in sports events.

Blinken warns immediately upon arrival: Possible attack

Blinken immediately warned that Russia could carry out the attack "in a very short time".
"As you all know, in the last few months we have been engaged in an intensive focus on Ukraine due to the significant accumulation of Russian forces we saw near the Ukrainian border," Blinken said in a conversation with Ukrainian diplomats at the US Embassy in Kiev, Reuters reports.

WHO warns: The Pandemic is Not Over, Record Numbers of New Infections in Europe

The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adanom Gebrejesus, has warned world leaders that the coronavirus pandemic is "far from over", the BBC reported.

The head of the WHO opposes the assumption that the new dominant variant Omicron is significantly softer/milder and has eliminated the threat of the virus.