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  1. France suspends warship delivery to RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Star

    PARIS: France Tuesday suspended the delivery of a warship to Russia, after months of speculation about what would be the biggest ever arms sale by a NATO state to the Kremlin. The French president's office announced the suspension "until further notice" after growing pressure from allies due to tensions over Russia's actions in Ukraine.

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  2. Colouring books for adults: How the French are going crazy for CrayolasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Independent

    All the rage in France, colouring books for grownups are now making an impact in the UK. Said to relieve stress, mum of two Henrietta Roussoulis forgets Zen and picks up a pen Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.

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  3. French President Francois Hollande delays delivery of warship to RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South China Morning Post

    France yesterday pushed back "until further notice" the delivery of a controversial warship to Russia because of the Ukraine crisis, sparking a measured initial response from Moscow. President Francois Hollande said in a statement that the "current situation in eastern Ukraine still does not allow for the delivery of the first" of two Mistral-class vessels France has built for Russia.

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  4. PSG 3-1 Ajax: Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns with a screamer and Edinson Cavani claims a doubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    PSG 3-1 Ajax: Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns with a screamer and Edinson Cavani claims a double as Parisians superstars deliver Edinson Cavani scored twice and Zlatan Ibrahimovic got his first club goal for nearly three months as Paris Saint-Germain overcame a second-half wobble to beat Ajax 3-1 in the Champions League on Tuesday. PSG stays one point ahead of Barcelona in Group F before they meet at the Nou Camp in two weeks' time.

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  5. Rare copy of Shakespeare's First Folio found in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    A librarian dusting off books for an upcoming exhibition has discovered a rare copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio in France. The 400-year-old book, one of the most valuable in the English language, was found by the librarian in Saint-Omer while preparing books for an exhibition about links between the region and England.

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  6. Allan Saint-Maximin, French Football's Next Hot ItemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BleacherReport

    ... The allure of future potential keeps fans in a state of anticipation whenever their club is rumored to be involved. France has been a prominent provider of young talent over the years and is a favored area of scouting by big clubs. The new name ...

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  7. French town adopts Aberdeen veteran's graveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Newms360.com

    Major Warren Ellsworth Sauter died heroically in October 1944 after directing orders against a strong enemy force near Luneville, France during World War II. Attributes in the war earned him a Silver Star, Purple Heart and the French Croix de Guerre.

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  8. France's Pompidou opens Jeff Koons retrospectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Newsday

    Visitors walk past "Titi 2004-2009 " by artist Jeff Koons of the United States, during a retrospective exhibition in the Centre Pompidou modern art museum in Paris, France, Tuesday Nov. 25, 2014. Paris' Pompidou Center inaugurated Tuesday the first ever European retrospective on artist Jeff Koons, the polemical 59-year-old master of kitch, whose huge shiny, stainless-steel balloon dog broke records last year, selling at auction for $58.4 million.

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  9. sluice gate of FonseranesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TrekEarth

    Locks of Fonseranes are a set of nine akin locks, situated to Beziers , establishing a major work of the Canal du Midi. This photo represents the last lock which is not any more in service, 23 meters high.

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  10. Why do people with autism see faces differently?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | EurekAlert!

    ... Marie-Christine Mouren, Marion Leboyer, and Richard Delorme) are researchers at the Ecole normale superieure (Paris, France), the Hopital Robert-Debre (Paris, France), and the INSERM U955 (Creteil, France).

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  11. Excess Weight Linked to 481,000 Cancers Worldwide in 2012Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Voice of America

    Being overweight significantly increases the risk for cancer, according to a new report that found excess body weight responsible for 481,000 new cancers, or 3.6 percent of the cases worldwide, in 2012. The study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France, said the prevalence of obesity in adults had doubled since 1980, accounting for a significant share of cancers.

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  12. France suspends delivery of warship to RussiaRead the original story

    Monday Nov 24 | ABC 27

    France suspended the delivery of a warship to Russia on Tuesday, after months of speculation about what would be the biggest arms sale ever by a NATO country to the Kremlin. French President Francois Hollande's office announced the suspension "until further notice" after growing pressure from allies due to tensions over Russia's actions in Ukraine.

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  13. Dead banksters tell no Tales ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Kos

    ... Ulster Bank manage portfolio of distressed businesses, ACCIDENTAL DROWNING April - Lydia (no surname given) 52, France's Bred-Banque-Populaire, SUICIDE jumped April - Li Jianhua, 49, Non-bank Financial Institutions Supervision Department of the ...

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  14. Capitol Hill: States That Ban Traffic Safety Cams Put Their Own Residents' Lives at RiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | StreetsBlog.org

    Speed cameras are credited with saving more than 15,000 lives over seven years in France. Image: Accident Analysis and Prevention In Ohio, lawmakers are now poised to outlaw traffic safety cameras, needlessly obstructing efforts to save lives.

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  15. Georgia tennis alumni win first ever National Alumni ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dawn of the Dawg

    Jun 5, 2014; Paris, France; Simona Halep reaches for a ball to serve during her match against Andrea Petkovic on day 12 at the 2014 French Open at Roland Garros. Mandatory Credit: Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports Former Bulldogs Bo Hodge , Wade McGuire , Eddie Jacques , John Roddick , Jay Laschinger , Ryan Brandt , Kevin Sessions to claim the first ever, National Alumni Championships.

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  16. French Far-right National Front Reveals Russian FinancingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Big News Network.com

    Amid growing evidence of links between the Kremlin and far-right groups across Europe, France's National Front has admitted taking a multimillion-dollar loan from a bank controlled by Russia. In a statement Tuesday, the French president's office said the situation in Ukraine did not permit the delivery of the two Mistral-class, helicopter-carrying warships.

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  17. Shakespeare's First Folio found in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    Remy Cordonnier, librarian in the northern town of Saint-Omer, near Calais carefully shows an example of a valuable Shakespeare "First Folio" Photo / AP / Denis Charlet A copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio, the first-ever compilation of the Bard's plays published in 1623, has been discovered in the library of a small town in northern France. One of the most valuable and coveted books in the world, the First Folio was uncovered when librarian Remy Cordonnier dusted off a book of Shakespeare's works dating to the 18th century for an exhibition on English literature in the town of Saint-Omer near Calais.

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  18. France freezes warship delivery to Russia, citing Ukraine conflictRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Los Angeles Times

    France has put on hold a controversial deal to supply Russia with two high-tech amphibious assault ships following international concern over Moscow's military involvement in Ukraine. President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday that delivery of the first ship, the Vladivostok, scheduled for this month, would be delayed until "further notice."

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  19. 2014 Report Card: FDJ.frRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Cycling News

    FDJ.fr WorldTour ranking: 16th Win count: 28 Top riders: Thibaut Pinot , Arthur Vichot , Nacer Bouhanni As the 2014 season began, Marc Madiot set his FDJ.fr team the lofty goal of landing more than 35 victories over the course of the year. Despite the best efforts of Nacer Bouhanni and Arnaud Dmare, his charges fell a little short of that target but Thibaut Pinot's effervescent third place finish at the Tour de France means that the campaign cannot be deemed anything other than a success for FDJ.

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  20. Rare first Shakespeare edition found in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bangkok Post

    A copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio, the first-ever compilation of the Bard's plays published in 1623, has been discovered in the library of an ancient port town in northern France. Remy Cordonnier, librarian in the northern French town of Saint-Omer, carefully shows on November 25, 2014 a valuable copy of William Shakespeare's First Folio, a collection of some of his plays dating from 1623 One of the world's most valuable and coveted books, the First Folio was uncovered when librarian Remy Cordonnier dusted off a copy of Shakespeare's works dating to the 18th century for an exhibition on English literature in the town of Saint-Omer near Calais.

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