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At its discretion, the Secrétariat may, at any time, terminate its news service.

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What is an RSS feed?

An RSS feed is a functionality that allows users to immediately be informed of the updating of a web site without having to consult it. Upon subscribing to the RSS feed of the Secrétariat, you will informed whenever new content is published.

How do you use the RSS feed?

Some browsers already have an RSS reader. For others, you first need to install an RSS reader (also known as an RSS aggregator) on your work station. Several readers are offered on the Web; some may be downloaded free of charge, while others must be purchased.


Once you have installed the reader, you will then have to subscribe to the RSS feed that interests you by clicking on a link in the right frame. Copy the address appearing in the address bar of your web browser into the appropriate field of your RSS reader.