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Australian marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel breaks record for number of successful Channel crossings

Melbourne Marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel set a new Channel swim record after completing her 44th crossing on Wednesday. Key points: Chloe McCardel broke British Alison Streeter’s world record for 43 crossings The English Channel is 33 km in diameter, but swimming is often much longer due to the tides McCardel said she was unlikely to swim in the English Channel ...

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New purchasing aid system for “green” vehicles in Ile-de-France

A new purchasing aid system has opened up for Ile-de-France residents wishing to buy an electric or hydrogen vehicle. One of the devices is aimed at individuals and the other at vehicles for professional use. Who are eligible? People meeting the following criteria are eligible for assistance of up to € 6,000. Residents of Seine-et-Marne, Yvelines, Essonne and Val-d’Oise And ...

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Who is Christopher Nkunku, the RB Leipzig star now wanted by Real Madrid?

His career at Paris Saint-Germain may have failed, but Christopher Nkunku has taken the Bundesliga by storm. Nkunku was the bright spark in the middle of RB Leipzig’s dismal start to the season. The playmaker has shone for the Bundesliga as he used sensational performances to kick off his 2021-22 season. But its highlight so far has undoubtedly come in ...

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Straymaker and The Abbey Theater In association with Extended Mirrors and Once Off Productions present ‘Elsewhere’ A new opera by Michael Gallen

Straymaker and The Abbey Theater in association with Extended Mirrors and Once Off Productions present ‘Elsewhere’, a new opera by Michael Gallen. Elsewhere ‘premieres at the Abbey Theater on November 15 with performances November 15-20. “Elsewhere” is based on the true story of the radical “Monaghan Asylum Soviet” from 1919. Addressing the themes of freedom, care and mental illness, Ailleurs ...

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Best ski hotels for 2021

After 20 years in Paris, Sandrine (lawyer) and Xavier Lecharny (who worked in advertising before training as a chef) arrived in the Hautes Alpes in 2007 to create their first guest room, La Maison du Guil, concocting an evening tasting menu in the Queyras valley. In 2012, they moved to Nantes, where they launched the creative and healthy restaurant César ...

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A great Burgundy vintage on a low budget: wines to buy now

EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS happens so frequently these days that when a vintage is called ‘dramatic’ it almost seems trivial. Fortunately, in the case of the 2019 Burgundy vintage, the word “dramatic” is coupled with the word “great”. The weather in Burgundy that year ranged from frost and rain to intense sunshine and prolonged dry spells. But everything was fine in ...

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The Top 10 Bottles of French Grand Cru Wine

The first Grand Cru d’Alsace was the Schlossberg de Kaysersberg, a sort of test balloon for the category which began in 1975. Since then, 50 other Grands Crus have been created. jacques de lait take a closer look at the top 10 bottles of Grand Cru wine. When it comes to French wines, the term Grand Cru has a magical ...

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Launch of the first industrial production of hydrogen in France –

French renewable energy company Lhyfe has started producing industrial quantities of hydrogen from an electrolyser powered directly by wind turbines. Its first production site is located a few meters from the ocean in Port-du-Bec in Bouin, a town in the Vendée department and the Pays de la Loire region in western France. Lhyfe has secured € 50 million in Series ...

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Former police officer identified as serial killer and rapist

After a 35-year hunt, a former police officer has been identified as the cause of a series of murders, rapes and kidnappings, French officials said Thursday. The man committed suicide earlier this week. In a statement seen by CNN, Paris Attorney General Laure Beccuau said DNA tests had “established a link between the genetic profile found at several crime scenes ...

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Former French police officer identified as serial killer and rapist, ending 35 years of hunting

The man committed suicide earlier this week. In a statement seen by CNN, Paris prosecutor Laure Beccuau said DNA tests had “established a link between the genetic profile found at several crime scenes and that of the dead man.” Authorities were looking for the perpetrator of five crimes committed between 1986 and 1994, including “rape of a 15-year-old minor, murders, ...

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10 things we just learned about the missing Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic the Missing Black Car

One of Ettore Bugatti’s famous quotes reads; “Nothing is too good, nothing is too expensive.” Yet his company has created arguably the most beautiful and potentially the most expensive car of all time – the 1937 Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic The Black Car. One of four Atlantic coupes built in the 1930s. There is a problem, however. We can’t ...

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RUBIS: Rubis participates in the construction of the world’s first multi-megawatt hydrogen power plant in French Guiana

RUBIS RUBIS: Rubis participates in the construction of the world’s first multi-megawatt hydrogen power plant in Guyana 29-Sep-2021 / 17:45 CET / CEST French regulatory news broadcast, transmitted by EQS Group. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. ————————————————– ————————————————– ——————- Paris, September 29, 2021, 5:45 p.m. RUBIS TAKES PART IN THE CONSTRUCTION THE WORLD’S FIRST ...

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A landowner in France left with € 40,000 in costs after the eviction of squatters

A Nantes owner faces costs estimated between 40,000 and 50,000 € to clean up a site occupied by several families of squatters for more than 12 months. The land, which sits under the town’s Cheviré Bridge, is owned by the timber trading company Dispano. The firm says it will now have to pay to install security devices on the site ...

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Gifts, Offers & Brewing Tips for Asheville NC

National Coffee Day is September 29 and this year the celebration presents more reasons to come together over a good roast and in good company. “Anything we can celebrate is a wonderful thing, especially these days,” said Shirley Wells, owner of Sweeten Creek Coffee. world. Honestly, anything you can celebrate is a wonderful thing to celebrate. “ National Coffee Day ...

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Orange announces the landing of a new transatlantic submarine cable in France

After starting the year by describing its intention to play a leading role in the connectivity route from the United States to Europe, Orange announced that it had laid the Amitie submarine telecommunications cable on a beach in the municipality. du Porge, near Bordeaux, France. Orange is a partner in this state-of-the-art 6,800 km cable project, which will link the ...

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Is it a lease …? Is this a public works contract…? New developments on an old issue

In the case of Commission against Austria,[1] the European Court of Justice (the “CJEC“) recently issued an important judgment on the interaction between leases and public works contracts. This detailed decision will provide some clarity to parties faced with the thorny question of whether a” mixed “contract will be subject to the rules of the contract. EU in public procurement. ...

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Florae, Van Cleef & Arpels flower exhibition in Paris with photos by Mika Ninagawa

“Jewelery is a fantastic form of decorative art and has dialogued with other art forms throughout history, but it somehow suffers from being less understood,” says Nicolas Bos, CEO of Van Cleef & Arpels. This will not be the case for a long time: the two-storey house’s mission is to change this perception with a fantastic new exhibition in Paris ...

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Australia owes nothing to France – Nikkei Asia

Ian Lloyd Neubauer is an Australian freelance journalist. Treason. Duplicity. A blow to the back. A breach of trust. These are just a few of the colorful ways that French officials have described Australia’s decision to cancel a 2016 deal to build 12 conventionally-powered submarines in favor of at least eight submarines at nuclear propulsion supplied by the United States ...

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A case of dengue fuels the spraying of insecticides in the Paris suburbs

Emergency mosquito control measures were put in place at the start of the week after a woman with flu-like symptoms in Alfortville (Val-de-Marne) was diagnosed with dengue, prompting the town to put in implementation of emergency mosquito control measures. The woman did not contract a severe form of the tropical disease from the mosquito that bitten her, but the town ...

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Movies like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind romantic drama fans should watch

Barry Jenkins’ 2016 drama “Moonlight” is an exploration of the life of Chiron (played by Ashton Sanders, Alex R. Hibbert and Trevante Rhodes), a black man who grew up in Miami. Based on Tarell Alvin McCraney’s semi-autobiographical play, “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue,” the film follows Chiron’s life in three parts: childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Chiron, also known as ...

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Rwanda: Who is Isaac Kamali, the genocide fugitive in France?

Isaac Kamali, a genocide suspect living in France, was indicted last week, on September 16, by a French anti-terrorism prosecutor for involvement in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. The naturalized French citizen is one of the many genocide fugitives living in France, having obtained nationality there in 2002. He is wanted by Rwanda for participation in the ...

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Who is Isaac Kamali, the genocide fugitive in France? | New times

Isaac Kamali, a genocide suspect living in France, was indicted last week, on September 16, by a French anti-terrorism prosecutor for involvement in the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. The naturalized French citizen is one of the many genocide fugitives living in France, having obtained nationality there in 2002. He is wanted by Rwanda for participation in the ...

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Africa: RFI’s ePOP Video Awards shine a light on Africa’s environmental crises

The four winners of the 2021 ePOP short video competition, sponsored by RFI’s Planète Radio team, have been announced. The initiative gives voice to isolated populations around the world, putting environmental issues in the spotlight. This year’s laureates, all from the African continent, have also been invited to participate in the IUCN World Conservation Congress in Marseille. In partnership with ...

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Madagascar: Food insecurity – Final report, DREF n ° MDRMG017 – Madagascar

A. SITUATION ANALYSIS Description of the disaster The government of Madagascar launched a flash appeal in November 2020, requesting support to tackle food insecurity in the far south of Madagascar, which includes the regions of Androy,Anosy and Atsimo Andrefana. Indeed, the region is characterized by low rainfall, high food prices and unresolved economic instability. This is in addition to the ...

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Who is the inventor of the camera?

The camera was invented for thousands of years by many people who rely on each other’s work. Cameras are now tiny integral parts of many portable devices. However, the first cameras were large and took several hours to produce an image. 2 George Eastman marketed the original Brownie as an inexpensive mass market camera in 1900Credit: Getty – Contributor When ...

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Sick children in a French epidemic

Local public health officials in France are investigating more than 20 cases of food poisoning, mainly affecting children. The Hauts-de-France public health agency (ARS) reported the suspected epidemic in recent days among school students in a town in northern France. In total, 21 students enrolled in three schools in Saint-André-lez-Lille have been identified to date and several children have had ...

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Alice Constance Austin designed homes without a kitchen in 1917

In many articles on kitchen design, I have tried to answer the question: why do kitchens look the way they do? I noticed that it wasn’t just about cooking. “Kitchen design, like any other type of design, is not just about how things look; it’s political. It’s social. In kitchen design, it is about the role of women in society. ...

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Sunk! France cries out in indignation at snubbed submarines

The French word deception means deception rather than deception, which makes it one of the infamous “false friends” that the French language abounds in for English speakers trying to learn it. But when Naval Group, the French company that has just lost what has been described in France as “the contract of the century” for 12 attack class submarines, said ...

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The return of the ski train is the same but different …

After the explosion of excitement in the ski community at news last week that the previously discontinued direct rail service between the UK and the French Alps had been re-established, it is becoming increasingly clear that it will not be the ski train as before. The first media statements from the Compagnie des Alpes (a French company which manages many ...

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Biden avoids EU with Asia-Pacific power play – POLITICO

It was the worst possible day for the EU – and its defense heavyweight France – to learn that they are not in the big geostrategic court when it comes to countering China’s rise in the Asia-Pacific region. Just hours before EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell unveiled the Indo-Pacific strategy On Thursday it was dominated by America, Great Britain ...

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Nine people die in multiple drownings as stormy weather hits southern France | World news

Nine people have died in multiple drownings off southern France as stormy weather caused dangerous conditions at sea. Five died Wednesday in Hérault, two in Aude and two in Bouches-du-Rhône. It comes as the strong wind and rain continue to hit the south of the country. The victims in the Hérault were between 64 and 73 years old, according to ...

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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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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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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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Who is Joan Mitchell and why is she important? – ARTnews.com

There was no going back when, in 1950, Joan Mitchell completed Figure and city, a painting in which an abstract figure emerges from the canvas in the midst of a crushing of cubic forms. Prior to this breakthrough, Mitchell worked in a semi-figurative fashion, producing still lifes and cityscapes in which anything and everything could be reduced to geometric shapes. ...

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How Science and Personality Motivate Moen Design

In the final part of the Moen Design Trends 2021 report, featuring ideas curated by Danielle DeBoe Harper, Senior Director of Creative Style at Moen, and Jessica birchfield, Senior Industrial Designer, Trend Strategy, we will take a look at the Impact Revolution Trend which relates to the overall trend of the “holistic wellness at home” lifestyle. Resource awareness Understanding the ...

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New Wave, New Hollywood, New Morality | Catholic National Register

It could be argued that an obscure French publication not only changed the way films would be made, but also played a role in shaping American culture and social attitudes – and by extension the world we live in today. hui. In April 1951, a group of impoverished French moviegoers, unable to raise capital to make films, were forced to ...

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president offers incense to General Vo Nguyen Giap | Politics

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc offers incense to General Vo Nguyen Giap (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – President Nguyen Xuan Phuc on the morning of August 22, led a delegation of leaders of the Party, State and the Fatherland Front of Vietnam to offer incense and flowers to General Vo Nguyen Giap on the occasion of his 110th anniversary of birth ...

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Visit Montreal for its big city vibe and French flair

After being deprived of travel for the past 17 months, we finally boarded an Air Canada jet and regained our joie de vivre in Montreal. This return to travel is as much a spiritual awakening as the logistics of flights, hotels, activities, tours, meals and drinks. Fitz & Follwell guide Daniel Bromberg walks past Mono Soureil’s Secret Garden mural on ...

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The worst recipe for “cooking with Paris”: I made unicorns

To truly commune with Paris Hilton and better understand her show, I wanted to cook with what far stood out as her worst recipe. Photo: Netflix Here’s a list of words the 40-year-old human with a Paris Hilton cooking show doesn’t know. Or – and this is more likely – a list of words she claims not to know on ...

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Full list of Netflix ‘Gone for Good’ cast: meet Finnegan Oldfield and more from the French thriller

Netflix is ​​expanding its international catalog with the release of a captivating French mini-series called “Gone for Good”. The series revolves around a man named Guillaume Lucchesi facing the tragic loss of his loved ones and trying to lead a normal life. Ten years later, he has the chance to live his life to the fullest and feels that there ...

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The next generation of French hikers turn to outdoor micro-adventures

With thousands of trails across the country, walking and hiking have always been a popular pastime in France. Since the Covid-19 and the confinement, a new generation of young hikers take the country lanes, fleeing the closed spaces of the city. The French Hiking Federation, FFRandonée, estimates that there are around 18 million regular walkers in France. The choice of ...

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Rwandan man suspected of killing French Catholic priest is said to have met Pope Francis in 2016 | Catholic National Register

A Rwandan who reportedly surrendered to police after the murder of a priest in western France on Monday met Pope Francis in 2016, French Catholic media reported. The suspect, identified by the media as Emmanuel Abayisenga, 40, is also the main suspect of a criminal fire on Nantes Cathedral, in northwestern France, in July 2020. The murder victim was named ...

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STEPHEN BAYLEY Gives Verdict on Resurrection of Iconic Mini Moke’s New Design

The Mini Moke – an antique that in its day never quite performed as expected, only sold in modest numbers, and hasn’t been produced for nearly half a century – needs to be revived. What does this resurrection tell us? “Icon” is an abused term, but not in this case: few artifacts better express the values ​​of their age. However, ...

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What Happens With Bloodthirsty Locusts?

While fans of the horror film genre love to see shocking things, Swarm takes scary stories to a whole new level. The French-language film (original title The Cloud) debuted on Netflix on August 6, and the 101-minute tale will make you uncomfortable Рand, maybe, itch a little bit. The plot revolves around Virginie H̩brard (Suliane Brahim), a single mother ...

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New book by Erica Abeel: La Commune

The Municipality ADELAIDE BOOKS is proud to present Erica Abeel’s latest book: La Commune Her current novel The Commune is a comedy and key novel satire that takes us inside the Hamptons commune populated by the newly liberated women present at the founding of the 1970 Women’s March for Equality. The pioneer feminists of the Commune can speak, but find ...

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With the Montclar solar farm, Voltalia continues to

With the Montclar solar farm, Voltalia continues to innovate Voltalia (Euronext Paris, ISIN code: FR0011995588), an international player in renewable energiesYes, is positioned in the realization of innovative photovoltaic solar power plants with the Montclar park project, a ground-based power plant in a mountainous landscape, located in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, in the southern region of France. Voltalia won the national call ...

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Discover the all-new Renault Master

In September 1980, in the French town of Batilly, the first Renault Master was launched with the 2.5 L Fiat-Sofim diesel engine. Distinctively designed with a sliding door design and rare round door handles, the van had a spacious cargo area, height, and longer wheelbases for medium to heavy haul. Sooner than expected, Renault Master has become the best friend ...

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Critique “Better to go”: the dawn of a new humanity

Utopias are not, by definition, on this side of paradise. Yet this truth has not stopped visionaries and researchers – let alone rascals and fools – from trying to build communities on lofty principles and chimerical aspirations. One of these wonders is Auroville, a town in southern Tamil India whose intoxicating origins date back to the incense and raga era ...

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Dining at Lazy Breeze Farm’s Burger Buggy in Waltham | Food and drink characteristics | Seven days

Click to enlarge Caleb Kenna Diana and Brent Newton (standing) chatting with customers Carol Boyd and Chris Johnson at the Burger Buggy Vermont restaurant owners love to name the origins of food on their menus – Trillium Hill Farm Lettuce, Pomykala Farm Squash, Half Pint Farm Carrots, Misty Knoll Farms Chicken Wings, Pigasus Meats Bacon Chunks, Adam’s Berry Farm Raspberries. ...

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the search for an armed murder suspect is underway

The search for an armed man suspected of murdering a woman continues this morning (July 20) near the village of Gréolières in the mountainous area behind Nice. He is believed to be hiding somewhere in Laval, a small hamlet of seven houses about six to seven kilometers from Gréolières. Residents of Laval, where the parents of the suspects live, have ...

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French police allegedly shot dead suspect in teenage beheading case

Europe 14:37 GMT 07.19.2021(updated at 2:38 p.m. GMT on 07/19/2021) Get a short url https://cdn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e5/05/1c/1083018296_0:320:3072:2048_1200x675_80_0_0_149c1c585cd2c18221fc34d2fb67867f.jpg Sputnik International https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png Sputnik https://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.png https://sputniknews.com/europe/202107191083414388-police-in-france-reportedly-shoot-dead-suspect-in-teen-beheading-case/ MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The police in the city of Marseille, in the south of France, have eliminated the suspected killer of a 13-year-old minor, whose decapitated body was found this weekend, have French media reported Monday. Police were looking ...

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“Transforming the Paris ring road could help unify the city or divide it”

A thunderous noise rises from the bottom of the vast roundabout on Place Skanderbeg between Paris and the suburb of Aubervilliers. Beggars stroll around every turn. On the greenery in the middle, people sleep in the street. A large white complex stands on the Aubervilliers side. Modern glass, steel and concrete construction will house the new workshops from the fashion ...

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The battle of Champagne against Champagne

Champagne’s quarrel with Russia is a case where the region has tasted its own medicine. Two things recently reminded me of the poor besieged winegrowers of the small wine-growing region of Champagne and their 50-year struggle to keep their name (a name that has been around since 885 BCE). The first was Russia’s recent stipulation that all non-Russian sparkling wines ...

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Producers assess the damage of the spring frost in the south of France

After an unusual spring frost that ravaged southern France in April, olive oil producers expect the upcoming harvest to be heavily impacted. François Aurouze, land and agricultural expert at Vignoble Conseil, said it usually takes time to notice the impact of frosts on the harvest, but In addition to this, you need to know more about it.“this had the effect ...

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Jovenel Moise: the President of Haiti assassinated

Published on: 07/07/2021 – 17:48Amended: 07/07/2021 – 17:46 Port-au-Prince (AFP) Jovenel Moise was a successful entrepreneur before embarking on Haiti’s tumultuous politics, but his presidency of the impoverished Caribbean nation oversaw a spiral of instability and a wave of violence that included his own assassination. Moise was a near unknown to the general public before becoming president in 2017, pledging ...

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20-meter hedge flown in front of the town hall in southwestern France

A 20-meter-long hedge was dug up and stolen during the night in a town in southwestern France. The hedge was planted in front of the town hall of Séniergues, in the Lot, last fall, and had reached a height of one meter. Composed of about twenty plants and planted by volunteers, it disappeared during the night of June 23 to ...

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Residents raise a glass at France’s new “favorite village”

A village in central France has beaten 13 others to be named the “Favorite French Village” for 2021. After weeks of voting, Sancerre, in the Cher, was named successor to Hunspach, in the Bas-Rhin, for the title The Preferred Village of the French in a special Wednesday, June 30, presented by Stéphane Bern. The hilltop village, surrounded by world-famous wine ...

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36% of town halls in France “will increase property tax”

More than a third of municipalities (36%) plan to increase their share of property tax property tax this year. The information comes from a survey conducted among 1,869 municipalities and inter-municipal authorities by the Association of Mayors of France (AMF). In 2020, that figure was 7%. The other municipalities expect to make no changes. The increase mainly concerns property tax ...

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Joint Statement by the Energy Ministers of the United States and France on the Energy Technology and Policy Resolution

The following is the text of a joint statement by the Ministries of Energy of the Governments of France and the United States of America. Minister Barbara Pompili of the French Ministry of Ecological Transition and Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm of the US Department of Energy today issued a joint statement: France and the United States share common goals and ...

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Bruno Braquehais, the father of French journalism who documented the socialist revolution in Paris

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune, known primarily as the first successful Communist revolution. For two months in 1871, residents surrounded the city, and photographs by Bruno Braquehais, currently in the collection of the Getty Research Institute, depict the drama – and destruction – of the time. Braquehais is considered the father of French photojournalism for ...

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Tunisia: municipalities assess the decentralization process

The National Federation of Tunisian Municipalities (FNCT) presented on May 26, 2021 its report on “Decentralization seen by the municipalities”. This report is the result of a national consultation of Tunisian municipalities organized with the support of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe project “Promoting local governance in Tunisia” between November 2020 and February ...

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A novel explores power, sex, consent and identity in a French commune

ARCADIABy Emmanuelle Bayamack-TamTranslated by Ruth Diver The difference between a sect and the society in which its members seek refuge can be seen as a matter of scale. Successful cults make exclusive and very particular a recognizable pattern involving rules, systems, norms and, perhaps most importantly, a very confident leader. Although they herald ultimate freedom, cults above all offer gentle ...

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France celebrates 150th anniversary of anti-religious Paris Commune

Rue Haxo in Paris, a white brick church commemorates dozens of Catholic clergy who fell victim to one of the bloodiest uprisings in modern Europe. Its 150th anniversary will be marked during the last week of May with a series of commemorative events. “The Paris Commune was an attempt at revolution, and it was essentially anti-religious – seeking not only ...

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