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    • 22 May 2022
    • France Open - Roland-Garros Tennis Tournament

    • The French Tennis Open is a tennis tournament played on clay courts since 1925. Organised by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) it is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments.
    • 23 May 1992
    • 23 May 2022
    • Judge Falcone assassinated by the Mafia

    • The Italian judge Giovanni Falcone, who symbolised the fight against the Mafia, was assassinated in a bomb attack near Palermo in Sicily. Two months later, his successor Paolo Borsellino was killed by a car bomb.
    • 28 May 2022
    • UEFA Champions League final

    • Final of the UEFA Champions League at Stade de France.
    • 30 May 2007
    • 30 May 2022
    • Death of Jean-Claude Brialy

    • Jean-Claude Brialy (1933-2007) was a French actor, director and screenwriter. He became known during the New Wave and played in over 100 films.
    • 01 June 1972
    • 01 June 2022
    • Arrest of Andreas Baader

    • German far-left activist Andreas Baader was arrested with his fellow members of the Red Army Faction, also known as the Baader-Meinhof Gang, after committing a series of robberies and acts of terrorism.
    • 01 June 1987
    • 01 June 2022
    • Launch of France Info radio station

    • Directed by Jérôme Bellay, this new radio station from the Radio France group was the first all-news radio station in Europe. Initially broadcast in a few large French cities, it had more than one million regular listeners a year later.
    • 01 June 1992
    • 01 June 2022
    • Last episode of “Résistances”

    • Created and presented by Bernard Langlois and then by Noël Mamère, and broadcast on Antenne 2 from 1983 to 1992, this weekly show was devoted to Human Rights.
    • 01 June 2017
    • 01 June 2022
    • US withdraws from the Paris Climate Agreement

    • True to his campaign promise, Donald Trump announced the isolated withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Agreement. This text, which emerged from the negotiations at the COP 21 conference, aimed to limit the increase in the Earth's average temperature caused by human activity to below 2°C.
    • 01 June 2022
    • Global Day of Parents

    • This day, declared by the UN General Assembly in 2012, honours parents around the world.
    • 03 June 1922
    • 03 June 2022
    • Birth of Alain Resnais

    • Alain Resnais (1922-2014) was a French film director. His first feature film, “Hiroshima mon amour” (Hiroshima, My Love), was an overwhelming success. From the 1980s onwards, he appeared in less serious, more playful films such as “Smoking, No Smoking” and “On connaît la chanson” (Same Old Song).
    • 03 June 1992
    • 03 June 2022
    • Third Earth Summit opens in Rio de Janeiro

    • Thirty years ago, from 3rd to 14th June 1992, the third Earth Summit was held under the aegis of the UN. It was the starting point for the global awareness of environmental issues.
    • 05 June 1947
    • 05 June 2022
    • The Marshall Plan is announced at Harvard

    • US Secretary of State George Marshall announced his Plan and the US government's desire to help with the reconstruction of Europe after the Second World War.
    • 05 June 2022
    • World Environment Day

    • World Environment Day was initiated by the United Nations in 1972, on the opening of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm. Each year, a different issue is highlighted at an exhibition in a host country.
    • 06 June 1962
    • 06 June 2022
    • Death of the painter Yves Klein

    • Yves Klein (1928-1962) was a French painter. Known for his monochromatic work, he created IKB, International Klein Blue, which for him was “the most perfect expression of blue”.
    • 07 June 2022
    • Midem (Music) Festival

    • The International Record and Music Publishing Market (MIDEM) is the largest gathering of music sector companies. It takes place in Cannes every year since 1967 by the company Reed MIDEM, and previously by MIDEM Organisation.
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