The origin of Covid-19, UK shootings, Britney Spears, heat wave … news on Friday, August 13

Origin of Covid-19: China opposes new WHO investigation on its soil

China on Friday rejected the World Health Organization’s call for a new investigation on its soil to search for the origins of COVID-19, urging a “scientific” rather than a “political” approach.

UK: Six dead, including a 10-year-old, in Plymouth shooting

This drama, around which many doubts remain, is not an act of terrorism, according to the police.

Fires in Algeria: 71 dead in devastating fires, 22 suspects arrested

Algeria is still battling fires while wind complicates the rescuers’ mission. According to the head of state, the majority of fires are of “criminal origin”.

Britney Spears: Her father agrees to give up being her teacher

Britney Spears’ father has agreed to give up his 13-year guardianship over the American singer who launched a legal attack so that he had no say in his personal and financial affairs.

Thunderstorms and heat waves: five provinces in southeastern France still undergo the Orange Vigil

The episode of extreme heat continues in southeastern France but the orange vigil has been lifted in a large part of the provinces. Violent thunderstorms, Thursday evening, caused damage in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

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