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2014/11/24 02:53
2014/11/24 02:53
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NEW YORK — The Parisian mobs are restless, and the nascent République française is about to rise. But not before copious blood lust, patriotic pirouetting, boldly mimed declarations of freedom, 1...
2014/11/24 02:53
2014/11/24 02:53
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2014/11/23 07:36
2014/11/23 07:36
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BBC News - Tunisia profile - Timeline For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Habib Bourguiba, independent Tunisia's first leader circa 1100 BC...
2014/11/19 20:53
2014/11/19 20:53
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A British coach driver will be tried for manslaughter after a crash in France which killed a Midlands teacher and left several children seriously injured. Derek Thompson, 49, was driving a group of...
2014/11/18 23:37
2014/11/18 23:37
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Wisma Putra help for ex-MAS steward depends on French courts, says source Published: 19 November 2014 Wisma Putra’s help may not be needed to extradite a former MAS steward from Paris. The man is...
2014/11/17 01:49
2014/11/17 01:49
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Turnover at CityJet falls 16% to €220 million Airline had total pre-tax deficit of €38.6m According to CityJet chief executive Christine Ourmières, the airline’s new owner wants the business to be...
2014/11/14 15:21
2014/11/14 15:21
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Google faces daily 1,000 euro fine in France if ‘right to forget’ article is not taken down The order by a Paris court enforces the 'right to be forgotten' rule The case was brought by a law firm in...
2014/11/14 08:20
2014/11/14 08:20
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French court jails first returning Syria jihadi for 7 years * Korean-born Frenchman says spent 10 days with Islamist group * Left because he could not smoke in his fighting group * Lawyer says...
2014/11/14 04:03
2014/11/14 04:03
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Google is facing daily fines of €1,000 in France, under a punitive ruling tied to the Right-to-Be-Forgotten (RTBF), unless it removes links to an article from its index globally, according to The...
2014/11/13 19:48
2014/11/13 19:48
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The hardest thing about being a fan of television is that often, right under the audience’s nose, the show starts to change into something we don’t like anymore. It’s the pain of any serialized...
2014/11/13 13:42
2014/11/13 13:42
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Google’s French subsidiary has been ordered to pay daily fines of €1,000 unless links to a defamatory article are removed from the parent company’s entire global network. The punitive judgment by the...
2014/11/11 08:57
2014/11/11 08:57
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Dragon Age: Inquisition review: Tipping the scales The end of Inquisition's spectacular first act gave me chills. The last time I can recall that feeling is when the Normandy was reintroduced in Mass...
2014/11/11 08:26
2014/11/11 08:26
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Sewol ferry disaster: South Korean captain found guilty of negligence, sentenced to 36 years' prison By North Asia correspondent Matthew Carney, wires The captain of a South Korean ferry which sank...
2014/11/07 14:20
2014/11/07 14:20
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What is it about the life of a musician that more often than not, leads to a messy ending?AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was charged with attempting to arrange a murder in New Zealand on November 6. That...
2014/11/05 15:36
2014/11/05 15:36
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BBC News - South Korea Sewol ferry owner's relatives jailed for corruption For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The Sewol ferry had been...
2014/11/02 21:36
2014/11/02 21:36
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BBC News - Q&A: EU freedom of movement For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page Freedom of movement is a fundamental right in the EU. But the UK...
2014/10/30 23:00
2014/10/30 23:00
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... | A little over a year after a French court forced Twitter to remove some anti-Semitic content, experts say the ruling has had a ripple effect, leading other Internet companies to act more...
2014/10/29 07:08
2014/10/29 07:08
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The following are the top stories in the national and international press today. Times of Malta says politicians were warned to “hold back” by Air Malta’s chairwoman if the airline is to survive,...
2014/10/29 00:28
2014/10/29 00:28
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... -- A California judge has dismissed former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega's lawsuit against the creators of the "Call of Duty" video game franchise. "This court concludes that Noriega's...
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2014/10/28 22:30
2014/10/28 22:30
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THE Australian dollar is almost half a US cent higher, as European and Wall Street stocks gain ground on the back of another round of strong company earning reports. At 0630 AEDT on Wednesday, the...
2014/10/28 19:05
2014/10/28 19:05
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A French court has ruled that Irish budget airline Ryanair must pay 8.1 million euros ($A12.15 million) in damages along with 200,000 euros in fines for breaching French labour law. An appeals court...
2014/11/24 02:53
2014/11/24 02:53
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