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Gazi, from industrial backwater to urban hot spot
A squeeze of young people in their late teens and early 20s ascend the escalator leading out of the Kerameikos metro station.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Global Agenda, 9:19 PMDespite Anti-Semitism Fear, Anti-Israel Protests Resume in Paris
Several thousands of anti-Israel activists held a fresh protest against the Israeli operation in Gaza on Wednesday in Paris amid tight security, just days after similar rallies descended into violence and looting.
Tour de PEZ: Get This Party Started
Roadside St.7: My starting point for the Vosges & Alps stages of our Tour de France Roadside coverage was the point closest to the Paris airport - today's stage 7 run from Epernay to Nancy.
The Slow Lane: The grapes of war
I've been reading the technical document provided for the 1914 vintage in Champagne by the largest house, Moet et Chandon.
5 things about the Tour de France 5th stage
To mark the centenary of the start of World War I, the Tour was routed especially to pass notable battlefields.
Biovale's agreement with French counterpart
YORK'S growing bio-economy is set to expand internationally as BioVale joins forces with its French counterpart in a move aimed at attracting multi-billion pound opportunities.
The Free Dictionary
Hugh Capet Crowned King of France
The son of Hugh the Great , Duke of France, and Hedwige of Saxony , daughter of the German king Henry the Fowler, Hugh was born in 941.
The Columbus Dispatch
WWI, 100 years later
In this June 28, 1914 file photo, the Archduke of Austria Franz Ferdinand, center right, and his wife Sophie, center left, walk to their a car in Sarajevo.
Champagne heiress Virginie Taittinger turns away from family...
Dubbed the Princess of Champagne, Virginie Taittinger is currently the only woman in the world to own her own label.