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Three Times The Mainstream Media Has Denied The Existence of No-Go Zones In Europe
For many years, the mainstream media has denied the existence of no-go zones across various European countries. This is despite heavily migrant populated neighbourhoods turning into areas of high
‘Global Firepower’ Report: World’s Strongest Military Powers Are U.S., Russia, China
The United States armed forces remain the most powerful military in the world trailed by Russia, China, India, and France, respectively, reveals the latest Global Firepower (GFP) index, which ranks
The sandwich that took 10 months to make (… sow, grow, catch and bake)
Documentary maker baked his own bread, grew vegetables and went fishing for tunaIf there is an easy way to do something, Benjamin Carle does not do it. So when the Frenchman wanted a sandwich, it was
World View: China Pushes to Invest Heavily in Iraq’s Energy Infrastructure
Contents: Burkina Faso terror attack targets France's anti-terror Operation Barkhane; China pushes to invest heavily in Iraq's energy infrastructure; African Cédric Bakambu joins China's Sinobo Guoan
French Publisher Determined to Reprint Celine’s Anti-Semitic Rants
PARIS - The head of France's most prestigious publishing house said Sunday he still wanted to reprint a collection of violently anti-Semitic pamphlets by Louis-Ferdinand Celine.
Amazon eyes French grocery market
(Reuters) — U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon aims to launch its grocery delivery service in France as part of global ambitions to expand in food retail, though the move is not imminent, its general
Tell Us Your Paris Tips
Paris! Canonically the world’s most beautiful city and favorite travel destination! Loved in all seasons, even when it drizzles/sizzles! I swear to god if any of you insult this city in the comments I
Which countries have nuclear missiles?
Kim Jong-un isn't the only one packing.
France’s far right National Front getting new name in bid to make a ‘comeback’
Marine le Pen wants to put associations with racism 'in the past'.
'Carlos the Jackal' back in court for 1974 Paris bombing appeal
Self-styled revolutionary Carlos the Jackal was back in a French court on Monday for what is expected to be his final trial, appealing the life sentence handed down last year over a deadly 1974
French MP Laetitia Avia victim of racist threats speaks up
After French lawmaker Laeticia Avia received a letter containing racist insults and a death threat, she went public and filed a legal complaint. In a number of statements since then, Avia explained
West African leaders vow to fight jihadists after Burkina attacks
The Jerusalem Post
France’s Rail System Is Falling Apart
France isn't the only country straining to make its rail system pay for itself. The U.S. has this problem, too, although Amtrak has been losing money for years and, like SNCF, isn't getting the
After uproar over two child sex cases, France to set age of non-consent at 15
France plans to make 15 the threshold age of non-consent to sexual relations after a public outcry over two cases of sex involving 11-year-old girls, Equality Minister Marlene Schiappa said Monday.
Iran's foreign minister accuses Europe of appeasing Trump
Mohammad Javad Zarif says Europeans bowing to pressure in order to keep US in nuclear dealIran’s foreign minister has accused Europe of appeasing Donald Trump as the French foreign minister travelled
France to raise the age of consent after men escape rape charges
Children under 15 will be protected by change in the law following high-profile casesFrance plans to make 15 the age of sexual consent after a public outcry over two cases of sex involving 11-year-old
France Plans to Set the Minimum Age of Consent at 15 After Rape Cases Cause Outrage
Currently there is no rule saying a child under a certain age is considered incapable of consenting to sex
Freeing the Body: The Birth of Modern Dress
This week we explore the birth of modern dress, a revolution in fact, that occurred during a period in the early 20th century when women radically altered the way they had been dressing for centuries.
I’m always happy to hear of a new pastry shop opening in Paris, especially when it offers something a bit different than the others. Sometimes I go and they’re interesting. Other times, I’m less
By French Court Order, Statue of Pope John Paul II Removed from Public Land
Following a court ruling mandating the removal of the Christian symbol of the cross, the northern French town of Ploërmel has sold a sculpture of Saint John Paul II to the Catholic Church so it can be