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Does The US Love Freedom of Information?


Created on Wednesday, 19 April 2017 09:27

My dear friend, Kris Janssen, was part of the visiting delegation to Syria. The delegations  comprises journalists from the United States, Australia and eight European countries. 787 more words



Days spent – 18 days (13 December 2016 to 24 December 2016 and 29 December 2016 to 6 January 2017)

Places visited – Delhi, Jaipur, Mumbai… 2,466 more words


France votes in cliffhanger presidential election

By Ingrid Melander

PARIS (Reuters) – Voting began in France on Sunday in the first round of a bitterly fought presidential election that is crucial to the future of Europe and a closely-watched test of voters’ anger with the political establishment. 1,106 more words

News Wire

France voting for the furture

France goes to the polls on Sunday for the first round of a dramatically polarized presidential election, crucial to the future of the European Union, and the destiny of the continent. 281 more words


Sacré-Cœr Basilica

Perched on a hill on the outskirts of Paris far above the hustle and bustle of assorted tourist traps sits the Sacré-Cœr Basilica. Construction of the Basilica began in 1875, and upon it’s finishing, became the highest point in the city. 284 more words


A Travel Guru To Follow

For more than three decades North American travelers have been getting advice on European tourism from a folksy, easy-going travel writer named Rick Steves. Over the years, Rick’s best-selling guidebooks and popular Public Television travelogues have encouraged millions of Americans to get their passports and to visit Europe. 253 more words