5 aout 1914, le premier feu de signalisation electrique est installé / France Bleu

5 aout 1914, le premier feu de signalisation electrique est installé / France Bleu.

Retour sur les phases finales du Championnat du monde de hockey sur glace 2015 / Back on the 2015 IIHF ice hockey Worlds final games

Canada regain the throne | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada celebrate lifting the IIHF World Championship trophy after a thoroughly deserved 6-1 win over Russia in the final.

The big Final game : Canada super six stuns Russia | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada were crowned World Champions in the most emphatic manner as they swept old rivals Russia away 6-1 in the final to regain the title after eight years.

3rd place game : USA seize bronze over Czechs | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA earned a bronze medal in a 3-0 win against hosts Czech Republic built on a two-goal blast in the first period where Nick Bonino and Trevor Lewis were on target before Charlie Coyle wrapped it up in the third.

Semi-final 2 : Russia roll past USA | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Russia proved too strong with a four-goal blitz in the third period to see off a spirited USA challenge for the defending champions to set up a Final showdown with Canada.

Semi-final 1 : Canada claim final over Czechs | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Goals from Taylor Hall and Jason Spezza were enough for a composed Canada to overcome hosts Czech Republic 2-0 to reach their first gold-medal game since 2009 on the back of an impressive 60 goals overall.

Quarterfinal 4 : Jagr scores twice to finish off Finns | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Jaromir Jagr’s third period goal along with another from Vladimir Sobotka took Czech Republic past Finland 5-3 in a pulsating semi-final in Prague which saw both sides go toe-to-toe to the very end.

Quarterfinal 3 : Russia squeeze out Sweden | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Last year’s semi-final repeat saw Russia hold back Sweden for a 5-3 win after going three goals ahead before the Swedes drew level only for Yevgeni Malkin and Vladimir Tarasenko to seal it in the third period.

Quarterfinal 2 : Canada blast Belarus for nine | #IIHFWorlds 2015

Canada ran out 9-0 winners over Belarus to cruise to a first semi-finals since 2009, with a four-goal run in the first quarter starting the goal-rush which did not let up as Tyler Seguin bagged a hat-trick.

Quarterfinal 1 : USA sink Swiss to book Semis | #IIHFWorlds 2015

USA came from a goal down to defeat Switzerland 3-1, with two goals in a minute midway through the second period to continue their march to the semi-finals.

Everybody knows about John’s ponytail problem – a selection of world headlines.

Scandale de »la queue de cheval » (accusé d’avoir tiré les cheveux d’une serveuse par jeu ou blague dans un café) pour le Premier Ministre John Key en Nouvelle-Zélande.
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Ponytail gate for Prime Minister John Key in New Zealand.

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When Martyn Bradbury of The Daily Blog pressed ‘enter’ on his exclusive « The Prime Minister and the Waitress » this morning he may not have predicted where it would end up: all over the world.

In less than 24 hours it has become the world’s top trending topic, with the antics of our PM now top news on the British paper The Guardian.

So, without further banter, here is a just a taste of what the world is waking up to:

The Guardian newspaper, UK – most read story on The Guardian worldwide.

FOX News, USA – America’s top conservative network.


One of the world’s most respected broadcasters, the BBC: Currently the second most read story in the world.

Across the ditch – Sydney Morning Herald. Currently Australia’s leading story.


The news Canadians are waking up to:


ABC News, Australia.

UPDATED: 9.30pm-10.00pm


Daily Mail, UK


CNN.


The Independent, UK.


The Telegraph…

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