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Gestation pour autrui – la traite des enfants ou la philanthropie ?

Gestation pour autrui – la traite des enfants ou la philanthropie ?

Publié 23/11/2017

 

Au fil du temps la liste des pays autorisant la gestation pour autrui (autrement la maternité de substitution) s’élargit. En 2015 l’Inde, le Népal, [En savoir plus…]

De l’usine au ring, le rituel de la virilisation

De l’usine au ring, le rituel de la virilisation

Publié 14/10/2017

Pourquoi les sports dits «virils» connaissent le succès dans les quartiers populaires ? Ils ont remplacé l'usine, avance le sociologue Akim Oualhaci. [En savoir plus…]

Quel judo après la lutte ?

Quel judo après la lutte ?

Publié 11/10/2017

Une grève inédite a secoué la discipline où les problèmes restent habituellement cachés. Ce mouvement témoigne d’un malaise dans une fédération qui s’abrite derrière les exploits de Teddy Riner. [En savoir plus…]

Une grève inédite dans le judo français

Une grève inédite dans le judo français

Publié 11/10/2017

Réunies mardi soir, les huiles de la fédération française de judo ont tenté d'éteindre la grogne de l'élite du judo français – excepté Teddy Riner - qui proteste contre l'exclusion des entraîneurs de club des tapis de l'Insep. Un mouvement inédit dans un milieu taiseux, causée par les mauvaises performances françaises aux Mondiaux. [En savoir plus…]

`Cultural` change needed in Russia to lift ban: Coe

`Cultural` change needed in Russia to lift ban: Coe

Publié 10/02/2017

Sebastian Coe, IAAF's President, attends a press conference as part of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) council meeting in Monaco, February 6, 2017. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Russia still needs to demonstrate a "cultural shift" in its commitment to clean sport if its track and field athletes hope to compete under the nation's flag again, IAAF President Sebastian Coe said on Friday.

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Abe hopes to avoid landing in rough in golf outing with Trump

Abe hopes to avoid landing in rough in golf outing with Trump

Publié 10/02/2017

With golf long regarded as a stern measure of character and a natural setting for deal-making, U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's weekend outing in Florida could be viewed as more than a leisurely bonding exercise between two world leaders.

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Kushner family in talks to buy Miami Marlins baseball team: reports

Kushner family in talks to buy Miami Marlins baseball team: reports

Publié 10/02/2017

Sep 26, 2016- Miami, FL, USA- Miami Marlins teammates celebrate after defeating the New York Mets 7-3 at Marlins Park. Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Kushner family, relatives of President Donald Trump through son-in-law Jared Kushner, is in talks to buy the Miami Marlins baseball team, media said on Thursday.

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Revived Clement eyes third hurdles world title

Revived Clement eyes third hurdles world title

Publié 10/02/2017

Athletics - IAAF Athletics Diamond League meeting Zurich - Letzigrund stadium, Zurich, Switzerland - 1/9/2016 - Kerron Clement of USA wins the 400m hurdles men. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Kerron Clement's run in the mixed 400 meters relay at the Nitro Series would be unlikely to make his career highlights reel but he was glad to take a modest step towards London where he will bid for an unprecedented third hurdles world title.

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Day two behind early leaders at weather-hit Pebble Beach`

Day two behind early leaders at weather-hit Pebble Beach`

Publié 09/02/2017

Feb 9, 2017- Pebble Beach, CA, USA- Jason Day watches his shot on the 17th fairway during the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am golf tournament at Monterey Peninsula Country Club. Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports

Jason Day ground out a two-under-par 69 to sit two strokes off the lead on Thursday when the opening round of the weather-hit Pebble Beach National Pro-Am was suspended for the day with only half the field back in the clubhouse.

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Hickey replacement elected by Olympic Council of Ireland

Hickey replacement elected by Olympic Council of Ireland

Publié 09/02/2017

File photo: Former top European member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Patrick Hickey, leaves a police station in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

The Olympic Council of Ireland has elected Swim Ireland chief executive Sarah Keane to replace Pat Hickey, who stepped aside after being charged in Brazil over an alleged scheme to sell Rio Games tickets illegally.

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