Author Archives: Patricia T. Edwards

embassy marks a series of Vietnamese events in France | Politics

At the event (Photo: VNA) Paris (VNA) – The Vietnamese Embassy in France on September 15, a ceremony was held to mark the 76th anniversary of the August revolution in Vietnam (August 19), the national holiday (September 2) and the creation of the diplomatic sector. Speaking at the event, Vietnam’s Ambassador to France Dinh Toan Thang stressed that Vietnam is ...

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South of France hit by heavy rains, thunder and floods | World news

The south of France was hit again by heavy rains, thunderstorms and flooding after a similar deluge just a few days ago. The equivalent of two months of rain would have fallen in two hours in a region of Gard. Videos on social media showed torrential rains in the city of Nîmes and flooded streets in Calvisson. People were also ...

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A migrant dinghy escapes the French police

WIMEREUX, France, September 13 (Reuters) – The police unit had staked part of the coast in northern France before dawn to see a group of migrants hundreds of meters away and then emerge from behind the towering dunes of sand, carrying a rubber dinghy down to the seashore. By the time the officers reached their launch pad, somewhat delayed by ...

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French abortion film wins Women’s Night at Venice Film Festival

A topical film about illegal abortions in the 1960s, France won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday, closing a strong evening for women including Penelope Cruz and Jane Campion. Audrey Diwan’s “Happening” comes as the abortion debate rages once again over new restrictions in Texas and its decriminalization in Mexico. “I made this film with anger, ...

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Fortier Johnson: warns of a destroyed nation

A nation is an indispensable entity. God works through nations, as well as through people, religiously and politically. We are struggling to reconnect with this powerful Christian message that once changed the face of the earth. The centuries-old Christian moral code is overshadowed by corruption and betrayal in the church. This is reflected in the government. People literally and figuratively ...

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French elevator manufacturer Sodimas prepares to participate in The Big 5

The four-day construction fair provides an unrivaled platform for the global construction community and business leaders to connect, explore opportunities, forge partnerships and close deals, with the aim of driving recovery of the construction industry in the post-COVID-19 era. With over 45 years of experience in the elevator industry, Sodimas offers a full range of products including complete elevators, escalators ...

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Federal electoral debate: news and live analyzes of the French debate

Breadcrumb Links New Election 2021 Canadian Politics Canada LIVE: Watch an English translation of the two-hour French debate debate and follow our live coverage Author of the article: National Post staff Release date : 08 Sep 2021 • 9 minutes ago • 4 minutes to read • 63 reviews A campaign sign for Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is pictured outside ...

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10 places to meet in Red Dead Redemption 2

As one of the best-selling games of all time, Red Dead Redemption 2 is graphically beautiful and incredibly detailed. Traveling through snow-capped mountains, sun-scorched plains, and alligator-infested swamps, players are treated to awe-inspiring scenery around every turn. There are also many activities to participate in, such as fishing, gambling, and watching a vaudeville show. RELATED: Most Memorable Quotes In RDR2 ...

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The bigger they are, the more they stand out – Chemainus Valley Courier

Rainforest Arts members don’t often have the opportunity to exhibit their larger works due to limited wall space, but from September to November 13, the BIG Art Show will be giving them and patrons of the region, the opportunity to think BIG. The BIG Art exhibit takes up the entire wall space of the Chemainus Valley Community Gallery. Currently on ...

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ROMANCING THE “GRASSROOTS”: THE TALES OF AN INTELLECTUAL

New entrepreneurial energies were unleashed which catapulted India into the upper echelons of the global economy. Recently I had a conversation with an old school friend of mine and marveled at this idea of ​​how the notion of “basic” was glamorized by a previous generation of intellectuals and educated classes. We both agreed that this idealization of the “grassroots” of ...

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