Euronews 22 Nov 2020

In a confined Paris, Chrismas lights are switched on along the Champs-Élysées boulevard


In a confined Paris, Chrismas lights are switched on along the Champs-Élysées boulevard

CBS News contributor Maria Elena Salinas joined CBSN to give insight on how the Hispanic community in the U.S. has changed over her nearly 40-year career in journalism. She explains why not having representation in the presidential debates impacts Latinos and why candidates should not approach Latino voters as a monolithic group.
French President Emmanuel #Macron is widely expected to announce tighter #virus controls in a primetime television interview later on Wednesday, with local media reporting that could include curfews for #Paris and other cities where infection rates are high. France 24 takes a look back at President Macron's words since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Revellers in major French cities were set for one last night out on Friday before a government-decreed curfew meant to stem the tide of the second wave of Covid-19 takes effect on Saturday. FRANCE 24 takes a look at the new rules, why the country has chosen to go down the curfew route now, and whether the famously convivial French are likely to accept the fresh anti-coronavirus measures.
Some 865,000 women in the United States left the workforce in September compared to 216,000 men, according to an analysis of labour department figures carried out by the the National Women's Law Center.

The contrast in numbers underlines that the pandemic has disproportionately affected the female workforce.

One of the main drivers, among others, for what some have dubbed the "shecession" is that women are over-represented in several of the worst-hit industries such as retail, hospitality and childcare.

In this episode of The Stream, we hear the stories of some of those affected.

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