Tags » Président Hollande

Men Who Thwarted Train Attack Receive France's Top Honor

(PARIS) —Three Americans and a Briton who tackled an attacker loaded with guns and ammunition prevented carnage on the high-speed train carrying 500 passengers to Paris, France’s president said Monday as he presented the men with the Legion of Honor and praised them as an example of the need for action when faced with terrorism. 404 more words

Conseil dans l'Espérance du Roi. Bâtiments Mistral de projection et commandement (BPC). Autant en emporte le vent.

Hollande et Le Drian ont menti !

La facture du remboursement du refus de vendre deux bâtiments Mistral à la Russie était déjà salée puisque le gouvernement annonçait environ 1,2 milliards d’euros (Lire « Le Mistral s’est levé » :  31 more words

Limites De La République

The boats of wars : French Mistrals everywhere but Russia.

That’s right boats of wars, twice plural and not warships because I just returned to blogging news from a short vacation with the son and what had to be treated from my absence could not be better chain-linked together than through those two boats in Saint-Nazaire. 2,437 more words


An unproductive afternoon

Keith Hudson

Norbert Rottgen said yesterday it would “break his heart” if Britain left the European Union.  Others have said much the same — President Hollande only a few days ago when he visited David Cameron at Chequers (the government’s countryside . 239 more words

NewsInBrief: 19 February 2015

Obama seeks to solve international chaos

President Barack Obama announced that the US will not fight against Islam, but against those who perpetrate terrorist attacks in the name of Islam. 429 more words


NATO Secretary General Keynote speech at Munich Security Conference

International rules must be respected – not rewritten. And certainly not violated. That is according to NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg. The comments come after he addressed the audience wth a keynote speech opening the Munich Security Conference today (Friday 6th February 2015). 69 more words

Foreign Affairs