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Paris: Islamic State Terrorist Cell Composed of Young Women Dismantled -- Stopping Plat To Blow Up Notre Dame Cathedral

Three women who were planning a terror strike in Paris were radicalized by the “Islamic State,” French prosecutors said. The women were arrested after their abandoned car was found last week. 441 more words

France's Burkini Ban

In late August 2016, pictures of a woman removing a piece of clothing surrounded by French police officers circled the internet. The pictures sparked much discussion and disdain over the actions of the police officers, and caused people around the world to question the legality of France’s recent Burkini Ban. 712 more words

FRENCH GOVERNMENT HIDES MUTILATIONS OF VICTIMS OF BATACLAN THEATER TERRORIST ATTACK IN PARIS

New York Post By Isabel Vincent and Laura Italiano

The Islamic State terrorists who attacked the Bataclan theater in Paris last November not only killed scores of innocents — they also gouged out the eyes and sliced up the genitals of some of the victims,  493 more words

NEWS

French Government Forced To Admit It "Suppressed News Of Gruesome Torture" At Bataclan Massacre

According to this testimony, Wahhabist killers reportedly gouged out eyes, castrated victims, and shoved their testicles in their mouths. They may also have disemboweled some poor souls. 1,112 more words

World At War

France Threatens Britain Over Migrants

Of all the bloody cheek, now a French Mayor has said that should Britain leave the E.U. he will put all the migrants seeking entry to the U.K. 867 more words

Britain

SOLAR Roads Coming to Route 66 via Photovoltaic Pavers

One of America’s oldest and most historic highways may soon become the first to get embedded solar panels.

Missouri’s state transportation department hopes to add photovoltaic pavers to a section of the famous Route 66 by the end of this year. 144 more words

Innovation

May 26, 1755: Read His French Lips

Louis Mandrin was to France what Robin Hood was to England and Rob Roy to Scotland. Having served in the war of 1740 in a light brigade noted for undertaking dangerous missions to surprise the enem… 6 more words

18th Century