[HOT] : “I was afraid for my children”: Angelina Jolie charges Brad Pitt

The legal battle between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt is not about to come to an end. In an interview with Weekend magazine, the actress reveals herself as rarely and reveals to have been afraid for her safety and that of her children.

This legal battle between Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt has been going on for many years. And the 46-year-old actress has just managed to turn the situation to her advantage, putting her ex-husband in a position of long wait, since the dismissal of the judge in charge of the case, after the disclosure of his previous professional ties. with Brad Pitt’s lawyers. It was the latter who had made the decision to grant joint custody of the children to the couple, when she claimed sole custody. In a long interview with Weekend Magazine, on September 3, the star of The Exchange makes some confidences and admits to having feared for his safety and that of his children, as reported by the Guardian.

When asked if she was afraid for her safety and that of her children, she replies: “Yes, for my family. My whole family. ” She criticizes, in connection with this terrible situation, the American government for not doing enough in terms of the protection of minors. At the same time, she unveils her brand new book, which she wrote with Amnesty International and lawyer Geraldine Van Bueren, entitled Know Your Rights and Claim Them, on the subject. But she can’t say much more. When she has to express herself on the reasons which made her fear for her children, the mother of six children specifies that due to the legal situation, she “cannot speak”.

“All of us, including their father”

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Covid-19: Cuba becomes the first country to vaccinate all minors from 2 to 18 years old

Cuba launched this Friday, September 3, a national vaccination campaign against the coronavirus of children and adolescents aged two to 18, a condition set by the Communist government before reopening schools.

If other countries such as China and Venezuela have announced their intention to also vaccinate children, Cuba, faced with an increase in cases which is rocking its health system, is the first to do so.

This campaign is carried out with Cuban vaccines Abdala and Soberana, whose drug regulatory agency (Cecmed) has announced that it has given authorization for emergency use.

Initially, adolescents aged 12 and over will be concerned. Then vaccination will be extended to children from two to 11 years old from September 15.

Schools closed until all children are vaccinated

This campaign is the condition set by the Cuban authorities before the schools reopen. Because Cuba, like many other countries in the world, closed the doors of its schools in March 2020. Apart from a few weeks of return of students face-to-face at the end of last year, the classrooms classes remained closed. Blame it on an upsurge in Covid-19 cases.

Cuba has since started to vaccinate its population with two vaccines developed on the island, Soberana and Abdala. Their composition is based on a recombinant protein, the same technique used by the American company Novavax. These two vaccines are still not recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO). The campaign is therefore now extending to practically the entire population with vaccines, however much criticized by Cubans who have seen the number of cases multiply in recent weeks.

The island of 11.2 million inhabitants has accumulated 672,599 cases, including 5,538 deaths. In early August, 95,100 Cuban minors had contracted Covid-19 and seven died from it.

The migrant camp in front of the prefecture of Ile-de-France evacuated

At around 7 a.m., agents from the Paris town hall and the prefecture took over the André-Citroën park, in the south of Paris, to evacuate the tents, under remote police escort, and in the presence of volunteers from several associations.

The 1,000 or so homeless, mainly migrants, who had been camping since Wednesday in front of the Ile-de-France prefecture in Paris to demand accommodation solutions were evacuated at daybreak on Saturday, noted a journalist from the AFP. At around 7 a.m. (5 a.m. GMT), agents from the Paris town hall and the prefecture entered the André-Citroën park, in the south of Paris, to evacuate the tents, under remote police escort, and in the presence of volunteers from several associations. The homeless, overwhelmingly from Afghanistan and sub-Saharan Africa, have been separated into two groups (families on one side, men on the other) while waiting to be taken care of. to be sheltered by the regional prefecture, which manages emergency accommodation.

“From next month it will start to get cold. It will become too hard to sleep in a tent. I expect sustainable accommodation, not like the last time I stayed for only a week (in an apartment in Saint-Germain en Laye, in the Parisian suburbs, Editor’s note). I want to live here, I have no family here. France is my family ”told AFP Yaseen Saleem, a 24-year-old Afghan who arrived in France“ six months ago ”. The homeless are mounted in a trickle during the morning in buses chartered by the prefecture, the first step towards a possible accommodation solution.

We won’t let go

“We will not let go, we will continue to make the invisible visible. We no longer want this ping-pong that we have been living for decades, sheltered in the streets. We simply want long-lasting housing for all the people there (…) It is time to overhaul the reception system ”declared Yann Manzi, (…)

Natalie Portman marked by first fan letter received at 13, man fantasized about raping her

Propelled to the limelight when she was just 13, Natalie Portman faced the bad sides of stardom. For Her, the actress thus remembered the very first fan mail she received … a letter in which a man told her about his rape.

Spotted in a pizzeria at the age of 12 by an agent, Natalie Portman quickly accesses the seventh art through the front door. It is indeed Luc Besson, already famous for Le Grand Bleu and Nikita, who offers him his first role. In 1994, the director asked him to play Mathilda in Léon and thus share the poster with Jean Reno and Gary Oldman. A character who propelled her into the limelight so well that she quickly met fame. But far from the glitter, the young girl knows the reverse of success, as she tells it in the last issue of Elle magazine, released on Friday, September 3. “When I was 13, when I enthusiastically opened my first fan mail, it was to read a rape fantasy that a man had written to me,” reveals Aleph and Amalia’s mother. A shocking event for the one who was then only a teenager. And for good reason, although minor, it attracts the eyes of much older men. “A countdown was started on my local radio station until I was 18, when it would be legal to sleep with me. Film critics have spoken of my ‘budding breasts’ ”, explains Benjamin Millepied’s companion.

“I am a worthy and respectable person”

Erected to the rank of star at the age of 13 thanks to the film Leon, Natalie Portman therefore lived a childhood under the gaze of many fans. A success that deeply influenced her development as a woman. ”I understood very quickly, even at 13, that if I wanted to wear clothes (…)