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First of May in France: electoral turmoil

By Cristina Font Haro

Published: Global Affairs Unit Think Tank (Beijing) 05/05/2017

Clashes at a demonstration on 1st May in Paris

The celebration of May 1 in France has been agitated by the presidential elections scheduled for May 7. 1,779 more words


M. Chapoutier Wine

March 23rd 2017

One of the ways our school welcomed us is with an event that is tried and true to French culture, a winery visit with a wine tasting after. 186 more words


Back Home Again

After about a 5 month journey down the Atlantic coast and through to the Mediterranean Sea, the Hermione has arrived back in Rochefort today, on our last day in Royan. 94 more words


Another day, new montées

Today, for Father’s Day, we decided to try geocaching with the kids. Cristian got the app and we set off to search for hidden treasures. Our success rate was only about fifty percent, but the hunt was fun and it was a great way to explore the city! 80 more words


The Inquisitor's Key: Jefferson Bass

More Jesus/Templar/Vatican-plot blarney here but done somewhat better than Dan Brown ever has.

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Italian Press Reveals Italy's New Proposals To Tripoli And Possible Strife With France Over Libya

(Picture: Italy’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, appointed in early June 2018; filed pic. Source: AGI)

by Alessandro Pagano Dritto (Twitter: @paganodritto)

Journalist Marco Ludovico from  352 more words