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Anzacs remembered fondly in France

The brave efforts of diggers on the Western Front in World War I helped shape modern Australia, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has told an Anzac Day service in northern France.


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Thu Apr 24, 2014

Aurora Advocate

Regional Roundup: April 17 to April 23, 2014

In Regional Roundup, we've gathered the top stories from each of our eight weekly newspapers every Thursday.


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Russia Taday

a 200 Neo-Nazis celebrate Hitler's birthday in French village

A celebration of Adolf Hitler's birthday by 200 neo-Nazis in a French village has sparked outrage in the country, with the main opposition party demanding an explanation from the Prime Minister on why the party was allowed and police did not interfere.


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Coin World

French bronze medal does not specifically identify the name of the...

This curious 41-millimeter French bronze medal bears a small round-headed uniformed bust left wearing the star of the Lgion d'Honneur, resting on clouds over weeping willows.


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The Times of Israel

My anti-Israel French experience

Much has been said and written in Israel on France in recent months, and it was not that flattering.


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Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Marijuana may cause heart problems in young adults

Young adults who smoke marijuana may be at risk for serious or even fatal heart problems, according to a study by French researchers.


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FPC French Club students learn as we all earn from experiences

Probably one of the most popular phrases that a group of seventeen French Club students and three teacher chaperones from Fort Pierce Central High School encountered on their recent trip to Paris, France was "Parlez vous francais" which means in English, "Do you speak French?" which was either responded back by the students with either "no" or "oui ... (more)


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After France, Kathryn tours S. Korea

Early this month, Bernardo and her family visited the French capital where she was able to enjoy Parisian landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine.


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Swindon Advertiser

Talks start tomorrow on future of lingerie plant

Representatives from Triumph, Menlo, Unite and the workforce concerned will sit around the table for the first time since news broke of the lingerie firm's decision on April 14. Distribution operations at the Groundwell Industrial Estate site are set to be moved to Triumph's sister warehouse in Obernai, France.


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Wed Apr 23, 2014

The Age

Anzac Day: in the shadow of those lost, students get a poignant reminder of war

France: An Australian schoolgirl unexpectedly wells up with tears over a nameless Fromelles gravestone.


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Toledo Blade

French ambassador tours TMA

Toledo Museum of Art Director Brian Kennedy shows French Ambassador Francois Delattre The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Garden Exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art.


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Sydney Morning Herald

France service personal for Anzac bugler

BRETONNEUX, France, April 23 AAP - Whether it's at a state funeral, a sporting event or a nursing home, every rendition of the Last Post is equally important to veteran bugler Ashley Thomson.


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The Daily Star

French journalists describe Syria ordeal

Didier Francois, former French hostage and journalist, reacts as he stands between Edouard Elias , Nicolas Henin , who holds his children, Pierre Torres and France's President Francois Hollande , moments after their arrival by helicopter from Evreux to the military airbase in Villacoublay, near Paris, April 20, 2014.


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France unveils plan to battle jihadist threat

The city's overheated real estate market has seen many older homes and buildings plowed down by bulldozers.


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River Front Times

Impressionist France: SLAM's beautiful, new exhibit captures a complex nation on the cusp

Charles Marville, French, 1813-1879; Rue Des LavandiA res, c.1868; albumen print from collodion glass negative; 11 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches.


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Hospitality Net

Nancy Faure has been appointed Vice President Sales & Marketing Europe at The Ascott Limited in Paris, France

Nancy Faure has been appointed Vice President Sales & Marketing Europe of The Ascott Limited and has also joined the company's Executive Committee.


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Dairy Reporter

North Korean Emmental production training reports 'not true': French college

French training institute the National Dairy Industry College has rubbished reports it has agreed to school a North Korean delegation on the art of cheese making.


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The St. Petersburg Times

The Saucy Secrets of French Cuisine

It should be no surprise that French cuisine is a reflection of the French themselves: saucy and stylish.


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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Daily Mail

Father, 43, 'strangles son, 23, to death over online gaming addiction' in France

A father was in custody in France today after allegedly strangling his son because he was spending too much time playing online games.


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Seattle Times

Biking an ancient Celtic route in France

Graham Robb, the author and historian, at his home in Penton, Scotland. Robb's theory that the Celts had mapped Western Europe with accurate lines thousands of years ago based on their astronomical measurements has its detractors, but the posited Celtic route through Spain, Andorra and the South of France is a remarkably scenic trip even today.


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