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2015/01/26 20:05
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The political pendulum swings ever from left to right and back again, in all countries and at all times, and today it swung to the left in Greece. What is different about this victory however, in a...
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2015/01/26 20:05
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2015/01/26 17:30
2015/01/26 17:30
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Whether with the jihadists in Libya, working on both sides of the dirty war in Algeria, manipulating the Tuareg in Mali, or working with the Saudis, the French intelligence and security have worked...
2015/01/26 17:15
2015/01/26 17:15
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FILE - In this Wednesday, May 28, 2014 file photo, French far-right National Front party leader Marine Le Pen, second right, poses for photographers with Dutch far-right Freedom Party leader Geert...
2015/01/22 17:35
2015/01/22 17:35
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Two weeks ago, as I walked through the now-deserted city center of Paris, pens littered the ground. A day earlier, some 1 million people had stood in that same place, stretching from Place de la...
2015/01/21 02:09
2015/01/21 02:09
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PARIS � The light of a candle flickered across Silvana DiPonzeo's face as she leaned down to read one of the hundreds of notes and cartoons strewn among heaps of flowers near the former offices of the...
2015/01/20 08:02
2015/01/20 08:02
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GRIGNY, France (AP) — The housing project that was home to Amedy Coulibaly is a concrete labyrinth so scary doctors refuse to make house calls and mail workers won’t deliver parcels. Drug dealers and...
2015/01/19 13:50
2015/01/19 13:50
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PARIS (Reuters) - President Francois Hollande saw a spectacular revival in his dismal popularity ratings on Monday as two major surveys showed French voters applauding his handling of the country's...
2015/01/19 03:07
2015/01/19 03:07
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The Athens NEWSis one of many American media outlets that fail their audiences and the memory of Charlie Hebdo cartoonists by not publishing their work. Its timidity, masquerading as decorum and...
2015/01/16 18:19
2015/01/16 18:19
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NANTERRE, France (AP) — French far right leader Marine Le Pen wants a tough response to last week's terrorist attacks, including surveillance of mosques and military service for children to stop youth...
2015/01/16 06:19
2015/01/16 06:19
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French President Francois Hollande holds a medal in front of the coffin of French Police officer Clarissa Jean-Philippe during a ceremony on Jan. 13, 2015 to pay tribute to three police officers...
2015/01/14 04:58
2015/01/14 04:58
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French President Francois Hollande comforted and united his nation during its worst terrorist attacks in decades, transforming himself from the most unpopular leader of modern France into the "father...
2015/01/14 00:46
2015/01/14 00:46
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PARIS — As France emerges from its worst terrorist attack in decades, a biting novel that imagines the country governed by Islamic law is part of a swirling debate about its basic values. Will the...
2015/01/13 13:02
2015/01/13 13:02
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French President Francois Hollande comforted and united his nation during its worst terrorist attacks in decades, transforming himself from the most unpopular leader of modern France into the "father...
2015/01/12 23:37
2015/01/12 23:37
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Is Islam on trial? Published: 13 January 2015 Is Catholicism/the Vatican on trial every time a priest sexually assaults a minor? Or is the Pope ultimately responsible for the deviant acts of...
2015/01/12 23:20
2015/01/12 23:20
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It is the time of the year for forecasts; but rather than do an annual forecast, which is as much a guessing game as anything else (and I am bad at guessing games), I’m going to do a five-year...
2015/01/12 21:22
2015/01/12 21:22
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This file picture taken on December 13, 2013 in Paris shows French controversial humorist Dieudonne Mbala Mbala. French prosecutors said on January 12, 2015 they were investigating notorious comedian...
2015/01/12 14:19
2015/01/12 14:19
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President Obama is being slammed for not attending Sunday’s huge Paris rally in response to last week’s terrorism in France. The White House has suggested that security issues made the participation...
2015/01/12 10:27
2015/01/12 10:27
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2015/01/12 02:33
2015/01/12 02:33
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The terrorist attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo has inspired a nationwide show of solidarity. But it's also reopened the rift between France's sizable Muslim population and the rest of the...
2015/01/11 22:40
2015/01/11 22:40
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On January 5—two days before the fatal shootings of 12 people at the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris by a pair of jihadists claiming to represent al-Qaida in Yemen—the February...
2015/01/26 20:05
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