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The number of scooter and motorbike accidents in the neighbouring Alpes-Maritimes continues to increase. According to the prefecture in Nice, the number of fatalities rose from 24 in 2015 to 31 in 2016, an increase of 23 percent in one year.
The authorities say that riders losing control of their machines and the use of drugs and alcohol are the main reasons behind the jump in deaths.
Within the region, two types of roads have posted the worst results, the recreational routes in the backcountry and the busy main roads along the coast used by commuters.
Friends of Lebanon, headed up by Bouran Hallani, has put out a call for donations to help those devastated by the recent explosions that rocked Beirut.
Meteo-France has forecast the heat wave to last between six and eight days in the region, with scorching days and hot nights.
Prince Albert II has revealed that he is preparing to make masks mandatory in all public spaces in Monaco.
Traffic has begun traversing across Genoa’s new highway bridge, just two years after the terrifying collapse of the original Morandi bridge which killed 43 people.