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After the Tour de France, life is getting better for Sepp Kuss – Le Journal

Sepp Kuss of Durango celebrates on the podium after winning the 15th stage of the Tour de France in Andorra on July 11. (AP Photo / Christophe Ena) Christophe Ena The native of Durango had a good performance in the Tour de France The final stage of the Tour de France is different from most cycling races. The day begins ...

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Excellent Vietnamese students in France rewarded | Society

Vietnamese Ambassador to France Dinh Toan Thang presents certificates of merit to the laureates. (Photo: VNA) Paris (VNA) – Nine excellent Vietnamese students in France were awarded by the Union of Vietnamese Students in France (UEVF) and the Association of Vietnamese Scientists and Experts (AVSE Global) at a ceremony held recently at the Embassy of Vietnam in Paris. The Outstanding ...

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Eight decades later, Couteau honored by the French government

After more than eight decades, the family of Don J. Couteau, a member of the Sac and Fox tribe, will receive in his name a French government Legion of Honor award at a ceremony on Wednesday near Stroud. Don J. Couteau and his brother Orville were teenagers when they enlisted in the United States Army at the start of World ...

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China denies hacking Microsoft, calls allegations “baseless” and “irresponsible”

Published on: 07/20/2021 – 05:04 Chinese officials on Tuesday denied any massive hacking of key Microsoft servers, calling the claims by US allies “baseless” and “irresponsible.” The United States and several allies have publicly accused China of hacking Microsoft Exchange, an email platform used by businesses around the world. In China’s first official response, the Australian and New Zealand embassies ...

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“Freedom Day” in the UK; Ireland opens up – but changing travel rules and new variations make industry takeover a roller coaster – The Moodie Davitt Report

INTERNATIONAL. Today marks a critical milestone in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK and Ireland with significant travel liberalization underway in both countries. As of today, July 19, adults in the UK who have received a double vaccination no longer have to self-isolate for ten days upon their return from ‘Amber List’ countries. In Ireland (see below ...

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“Covid cases are on the rise – 6,000 miles from Paris.” France baffled by UK quarantine change | France

The government was embroiled in a spiteful diplomatic standoff with France on Saturday night after its surprise decision to continue to impose a 10-day quarantine on fully vaccinated people returning from the country. French officials seemed baffled by the move, suspecting British ministers of having based it on the increase in cases on the French island of Reunion – nearly ...

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French citizens given last chance to leave Afghanistan today

Published on: 07/17/2021 – 09:17 French citizens now have one last chance to leave Afghanistan via official transport. On Tuesday, the French embassy in Kabul urged all its citizens to leave Afghanistan immediately due to the growing security risks. The French Embassy in Kabul has published a message urging “the whole of the French community” in Afghanistan to leave, evoking ...

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Anastasiades: A clear political will to strengthen and extend Franco-Cypriot relations

France has always been a strategic partner of the Republic of Cyprus and there is a clear political will to strengthen and further extend the already excellent relations at bilateral, European and multilateral levels, said President Nicos Anastasiades. Addressing a reception at the French Embassy on the occasion of the National Day on Wednesday evening, the President spoke of an ...

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After opening its borders to Canadian tourists, France wants Canada to do the same

OTTAWA – France, which has opened its borders to Canadian tourists, is eager to see Canada reopen to the French. The Canadian border remains closed to foreigners, with a few exceptions, and will be at least until July 21. Ottawa has extended the shutdown, month after month, since the pandemic began in March 2020. At the French embassy in Ottawa ...

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United States – Visit of Jean-Yves Le Drian to Washington and New York (July 13-17, 2021)

The Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian will be in the United States from July 13 to 17, first in Washington and then in New York. In Washington, he will meet with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. It will reaffirm the historic friendship that unites our two countries and our ...

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