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French Police fire tear Gas Amid More 'yellow Vest' Violence

French police fired tear gas to disperse protesters who threw projectiles and set bins on fire in Paris, Lyon and Bordeaux on Saturday, as the 14th straight  weekend of "yellow vest" protests took a violent turn in the afternoon. In Rouen in the...
Related topics: Police, Protests, Paris

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Private Cabins, Flying Bars, And Hundreds Of Seats—farewell, Airbus A380

In 2005 the first A380 was unveiled at the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France. [credit: Pascal Le Segretain|Getty Images ] On Valentine's...

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Oneplus 6t Vs. Honor View 20: We Compare The Cameras In These ‘flagship Killers’

For less than $600, you can buy either the OnePlus 6T or the Honor View 20, two extremely capable smartphones with plenty of exciting features. But which one has the best camera? We found out on a recent trip to France. The post OnePlus 6T vs. Honor...

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Vatican Envoy To France Under Investigation For Sexual Assault

The Vatican’s envoy to France is being investigated for sexual assault after he was accused of molesting an official at the Paris mayor’s office during a ceremony last month, a judicial source told AFP. The envoy, 74-year-old Luigi Ventura, has...
Related topics: Vatican, Paris

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Neymar Gives Update On Injury And Targets Paris Saint-germain Comeback Date

Brazilian forward out with foot injury... The post Neymar gives update on injury and targets Paris Saint-Germain comeback date appeared first on CaughtOffside. Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment the Whole Damn Thing.
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Yellow Vest Head Allegedly Filmed Saying 'paramilitaries' Ready To Topple Gov't

The so-called “yellow vests” protests have been raging across France since mid-November, with the movement calling for the resignation of French President Emmanuel Macron over his government’s policies.
Related topics: Protests, Emmanuel Macron

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Why Signalling Was 'stumbling Block' Stopping Merger Of European Rail Companies

Last week the EU's powerful anti-trust sheriff, Margrethe Vestager, vetoed the merger of the railway businesses of Germany's Siemens and France's Alstom. Sputnik spoke to Nick Kingsley, managing editor of the Railway Gazette, about the consequences...
Related topics: Germany, Alstom

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In Search Of Next Kylian Mbappe, Psg Approach 11-year-old Called Kylian Mbappe

Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe may only have turned 20 in December, but they're already on the lookout for the next youngster who could become a breakout star in world football...
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Neymar Says Injury Is 'getting Better' As He Works To Speed Up Recovery

Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar has given a positive update on his recovery from a fractured metatarsal and an insight into the work done to speed up the process...
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Acid Attack In Paris Metro Leaves One Person Critically Injured - Reports

One person sustained critical injuries on Friday morning during an acid attack on the first line of the Paris subway, France Info reported, citing a police source.
Related topics: Paris, Police

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Douma Chemical Hoax: Mainstream Media Have Double Standard Toward Syria - Journo

On 14 April 2018, Britain, France and the US launched missile strikes on Syria in retaliation for what they had said was a chemical attack allegedly staged by Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on the Syrian town of Douma.
Related topics: Syria, Bashar Al-Assad

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Arsenal Make Contact Over Move To Beat Manchester United To £66m Transfer

Arsenal are reportedly the latest club to be showing an interest in the transfer of Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic, along with the likes of Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain. The Croatia... Click Story Headline Above To...
Related topics: Paris, Croatia

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Arsenal Beaten By Bate As Lacazette Sent Off

Paris (AFP) – Arsenal face an uphill battle to progress in the Europa League after a 1-0 defeat by BATE Borisov in the last-32 first leg which saw Alexandre Lacazette sent off on Thursday. Stanislav Dragun put BATE ahead just before the break...
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One Tough Tank: Why France's Leclerc Is One Of The Best On The Planet

Robert Beckhusen Security, Middle East Why "Little Sparta" loves these tanks in battle.  There is a saying in the Pentagon that the United Arab Emirates is "Little Sparta," a phrase repeated by outgoing defense secretary James Mattis. The reason...
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Bucking The Trend: Maja Has Stars In His Eyes As He Swaps League One For Ligue 1

Paris (AFP) – Josh Maja is different to most young English footballers — at barely 20, he has already been a star on Netflix and has now chosen to join the restricted group of Brits looking to further their careers abroad. The striker,...
Related topics: Paris, Netflix (NFLX)

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Rights Of ‘gilets Jaunes’ Protesters In France, ‘disproportionately Curtailed’, Say Un...

French protesters’ rights have been “disproportionately curtailed” during the wave of recent “gilet jaunes”, or yellow jacket demonstrations across the country over Government economic policies, said a group of independent UN human rights...
Related topics: Human Rights, Protests

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£70m Bid Prepared: Man United & Man City In Transfer Battle Over In-form Star

Manchester City are reportedly lining up a £70million bid for Lyon star Tanguy Ndombele ahead of what looks to be a summer transfer window battle with Manchester United and Juventus. The France... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
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Alleged Ex-syrian Intelligence Agents Arrested In Germany, France

Three Syrians, believed to have served in the country’s intelligence service almost ten years ago, are suspected of “torturing prisoners and committing crimes against humanity”. It is unclear whether Germany is in possession of strong evidence...
Related topics: Germany

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Europe's Vehicle For Iran Trade Is Attempt To 'break American Sanctions' - Pence

A Special Purpose Vehicle, called INSTEX (short for Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges) was created by Paris, Berlin, and London at the beginning of February in order to continue trading with Tehran and to avoid US sanctions imposed on Iran.
Related topics: Iran, Paris, Germany, Berlin, United Kingdom, London, Tehran

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The Harassment Scandal In French Journalism Has A Silver Lining

In 2010, Léa Lejeune was just starting out in journalism in Paris when she befriended a few members of the Facebook group called “Ligue du LOL.” The group’s mostly male participants worked in the media, and were impressive in...
Related topics: Paris, Facebook, Social Media

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