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livesoccertv
Atletico agree terms to sign Sevilla's Kevin Gameirogiants agreed to pay €30 million for the player. This will be Gameiro's fifth
Atletico agree terms to sign Sevilla's Kevin Gameiro
livesoccertv / Posted 10 hours ago
giants agreed to pay €30 million for the player. This will be Gameiro's fifth professional club after stints with Racing Strasbourg, Lorient, PSG and Sevilla. The player was linked all sumer long with a transfer away from the red-and-white side,... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Three arrested on suspicion of drugs offences in Haverhillhave been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A dru
Three arrested on suspicion of drugs offences in Haverhill
Bury Free Press / Posted 17 hours ago
have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class A drugs in Haverhill. Suffolk Police were in the Strasbourg Square area last Thursday afternoon (July 21) to execute a warrant at a home and detained two men who were seen in... Read more
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Reuters
Greece eyes constitution overhaul limiting MPs terms, defining role of ChurchGreece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attends the parliamentary assembly of th
Greece eyes constitution overhaul limiting MPs terms, defining role of Church
Reuters / Posted yesterday
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attends the parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, June 22, 2016. ATHENS Greece on Monday unveiled plans to revise its constitution, formally proposing a clearer distinction... Read more
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Daily Record
Family of murder victim hit out over delays in 'killer''s extradition casedelay after the case was referred to Europe’s highest human rights court. A le
Family of murder victim hit out over delays in 'killer''s extradition case
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
delay after the case was referred to Europe’s highest human rights court. A legal debate on his future won’t be heard in Strasbourg’s Grand Chamber until January. Harkins was born in Greenock in 1978 to a Scots mum and American dad. His family... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are Theresa May and Angela Merkel in the ILLUMINATI?using the 'Merkel-Raute' signal this week when he met Belgium royalty on Friday
Are Theresa May and Angela Merkel in the ILLUMINATI?
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
using the 'Merkel-Raute' signal this week when he met Belgium royalty on Friday. But he had also used it on July 7 in Strasbourg, France. German politician Memet Kilic had noticed the similarities between Mrs May and Mrs Merkel, describing... Read more
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Times of Malta
The right not to be vilifiedcould not ridicule or criticise religion in their writings are simply uttering
The right not to be vilified
Times of Malta / Posted 4 days ago
could not ridicule or criticise religion in their writings are simply uttering a canard to deceive. So much so that the Strasbourg Court, surely not a Neanderthal court, has repeatedly stated: “Religious believers cannot expect to be exempt from... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Abuse survivors ‘bullied’ by Statefavour of the State may have lodged appeals or could decide to bring the matter
Abuse survivors ‘bullied’ by State
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
favour of the State may have lodged appeals or could decide to bring the matters to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Ms O’Keeffe, whose decision to pursue her own case in Europe was vindicated when the Strasbourg-based court... Read more
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RTE News
Abuse survivors warned over legal actionsto once again pursue cases against the State. But the High Court has recently
Abuse survivors warned over legal actions
RTE News / Posted 4 days ago
to once again pursue cases against the State. But the High Court has recently ruled against some of them, saying that the Strasbourg judgment, although binding on Ireland, is not applicable in the High Court. The State has now written again,... Read more
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DW
Alarm in Germany over Turkey |more" from minimum standards to which it had committed itself as a member of 47
Alarm in Germany over Turkey |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
more" from minimum standards to which it had committed itself as a member of 47-nation Council of Europe headquartered in Strasbourg. Especially alarming were the erosion of basic rights that had been observable in Turkey for many months and the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Petersen, Cross sign with MJHL's Oil Capitalscontests with the Oil Caps last year. The Oil Caps also signed defenceman Conno
Petersen, Cross sign with MJHL's Oil Capitals
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 days ago
contests with the Oil Caps last year. The Oil Caps also signed defenceman Connor Keith of Kenora, forwards Jesse Korytko of Strasbourg, Sask., Drayson Skulmoski of Moosomin, Sask., Skylar Lentz of Kenora and Kolten Kanaski of Beausejour and... Read more
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iol.co.za
A toast to the Rhinetheir deaths. Vineyards were dotted among the hills. This was a seven-night cr
A toast to the Rhine
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
their deaths. Vineyards were dotted among the hills. This was a seven-night cruise from Basel to Amsterdam. We stopped in Strasbourg, which plays host to the European Parliament once a month, and I enjoyed the walking tour in Cologne. Another stop... Read more
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The Jewish Press
EU Violates Its Own Principle of Transparencycover its tracks and pretend that the results of “reports” by the bodies that i
EU Violates Its Own Principle of Transparency
The Jewish Press / Posted 6 days ago
cover its tracks and pretend that the results of “reports” by the bodies that it funds and sometimes invites to Brussels or Strasbourg to lecture on Israel’s alleged evils towards those Arabs now fashionably called “Palestinians” are purely... Read more
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Football365
Cheeky Punt: The French hospital bill arrivesas it will be a cold day in hell before I square that bill. In the immortal wo
Cheeky Punt: The French hospital bill arrives
Football365 / Posted 6 days ago
as it will be a cold day in hell before I square that bill. In the immortal words of Alan Partridge…. ‘I’ll see you in Strasbourg’. Sunday was one of the truly great days of sport. We had Davis Cup tennis, Test match cricket and the final... Read more
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The Mercury News
Venus Williams' first-ever opponent recalls their 1994 matchwhile at the University of Florida. As a pro, she won the 1992 Taiwan Open sing
Venus Williams' first-ever opponent recalls their 1994 match
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
while at the University of Florida. As a pro, she won the 1992 Taiwan Open singles title and the 1993 Internationaux de Strasbourg doubles title with partner Andrea Temesvari. Still, she owes her claim to fame to a first-round loss. "To this... Read more
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Harrow Times
Holocaust survivors: Hedi's storywe would meet when it was over.” But she was caught by Nazi officers and throw
Holocaust survivors: Hedi's story
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
we would meet when it was over.” But she was caught by Nazi officers and thrown onto a train bound for a transit camp in Strasbourg, France, close to the German border. The journey took five days and five nights and they were packed into... Read more
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express
EUROSCEPTIC CRACKDOWN: Top MEP unveils radical post-Brexit plan to usher in EU superstatewould be able to join the EU but keep the pound. As an MEP his plans have no l
EUROSCEPTIC CRACKDOWN: Top MEP unveils radical post-Brexit plan to usher in EU superstate
express / Posted 7 days ago
would be able to join the EU but keep the pound. As an MEP his plans have no legal power, but if the parliament in Strasbourg votes to endorse them then political pressure on EU leaders to sanction further federalism will grow. But the... Read more
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International Business Times
Italy Interior Minister Angelino Alfano demands revision of anti-torture law who was working to introduce a law against torture into the Italian legislature
Italy Interior Minister Angelino Alfano demands revision of anti-torture law
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
who was working to introduce a law against torture into the Italian legislature, said in a statement: "The sentence from Strasbourg reminds us that Italy has lacked a specific law against torture for too long and has not respected the principles... Read more
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Canberra Times
Melbourne United sign Rio Olympian David Andersen to two-year dealby French NBA star Tony Parker but was hit with budget restraints so parted way
Melbourne United sign Rio Olympian David Andersen to two-year deal
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
by French NBA star Tony Parker but was hit with budget restraints so parted ways with Andersen after it beat favourites Strasbourg 3-2 in this season's grand final series. Andersen said there was interest from Spanish and Italian clubs but... Read more
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caughtoffside
Telegraph ranks Premier League managers by playing career: Man United & Arsenal low, Guardiola kept off top spotwas only slightly better than his great rival as a footballer. His crowning ach
Telegraph ranks Premier League managers by playing career: Man United & Arsenal low, Guardiola kept off top spot
caughtoffside / Posted 8 days ago
was only slightly better than his great rival as a footballer. His crowning achievement – winning the Ligue 1 title with Strasbourg, for whom he made 13 appearances but mostly coached the reserves! 18. Claudio Ranieri (Leicester... Read more
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Daily Star
Nigel Farage gets owned by canny radio caller’s trick questionto it.” During his 20 years as an MEP, Farage has split his time between the U
Nigel Farage gets owned by canny radio caller’s trick question
Daily Star / Posted 8 days ago
to it.” During his 20 years as an MEP, Farage has split his time between the UK and Brussels with a few days spent in Strasbourg - where the EU’s “travelling circus” sits for four days every month. GETTYDAY JOB: The MEP has spent much of the... Read more
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ESPN FC
Remembering Stephen Keshi: Nigeria's legendary player and coachgeneration exposed to European professionalism. His move proved a success, with
Remembering Stephen Keshi: Nigeria's legendary player and coach
ESPN FC / Posted 9 days ago
generation exposed to European professionalism. His move proved a success, with spells at Lokeren, Anderlecht and then Strasbourg, with club success happening in tandem with international triumphs. As captain, he led the Super Eagles with an... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Nelson Mandela International Day18 July 2016Let’s mark Mandela Day by adopting a minimum set of human rights fo
Nelson Mandela International Day
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 10 days ago
18 July 2016Let’s mark Mandela Day by adopting a minimum set of human rights for millions of detainees GENEVA / KAMPALA / STRASBOURG / WASHINGTON DC (15 July 2016) – Speaking ahead of , a group of leading human... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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Northern Star
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
Northern Star / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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Queensland Times
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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News Mail
Reach new holiday heights in StrasbourgSTRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant
Reach new holiday heights in Strasbourg
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
STRASBOURG is famously known for its cathedral (Cathedrale Notre-Dame), a giant and imposing Gothic structure that is the city’s major drawcard. But this lively French city, the capital of Alsace, is surrounded by wine villages and has a vibrant... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Deep StateHe is doing this to stay in power forever.” About a month after Şık’s arrest,
The Deep State
The New Yorker / Posted 11 days ago
He is doing this to stay in power forever.” About a month after Şık’s arrest, Erdoğan spoke to the Council of Europe, in Strasbourg, the organization that oversees the European Court of Human Rights. He dismissed concerns that he was repressing... Read more
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Newsmax
12 Nice, France Terror Attack Aftermath Photos: Bastille Day BloodbathFrance. (David Ramos/Getty Images) A picture taken on July 15, 2016 shows a Fr
12 Nice, France Terror Attack Aftermath Photos: Bastille Day Bloodbath
Newsmax / Posted 11 days ago
France. (David Ramos/Getty Images) A picture taken on July 15, 2016 shows a French flag next to flowers and candles in Strasbourg, eastern France, after a gunman smashed a truck through a crowd celebrating Bastille Day, killing at least 84.... Read more
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SKY News
Another Terror Attack: Why France Again?his arrest in Turkey in September 2014. Again, he targeted the most vulnerable
Another Terror Attack: Why France Again?
SKY News / Posted 11 days ago
his arrest in Turkey in September 2014. Again, he targeted the most vulnerable in downtrodden neighbourhoods of cities like Strasbourg and Toulouse. Fares had scooped a number of the November Paris attackers out of their criminal underworld and to... Read more
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SKY News
'Deep Scars' Let French Islamists Flourishhis arrest in Turkey in September 2014. Again, he targeted the most vulnerable
'Deep Scars' Let French Islamists Flourish
SKY News / Posted 11 days ago
his arrest in Turkey in September 2014. Again, he targeted the most vulnerable in downtrodden neighbourhoods of cities like Strasbourg and Toulouse. Fares had scooped a number of the November Paris attackers out of their criminal underworld and to... Read more
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chad
European adventures give students a flavour for workfrom their counterparts’ educational and industry expertise courtesy of a serie
European adventures give students a flavour for work
chad / Posted 11 days ago
from their counterparts’ educational and industry expertise courtesy of a series of visits in Denmark, Estonia, Alsace, Strasbourg and Finland. The international visits, funded by the Erasmus+ project, gave students the chance to gain new... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Phil Gillam: Standing tall - the history of Lord Hill « Shropshire Starto be a soldier. His father acquiesced and purchased a commission in the army
Phil Gillam: Standing tall - the history of Lord Hill « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 11 days ago
to be a soldier. His father acquiesced and purchased a commission in the army for his son. Formal military training in Strasbourg followed. At the age of 21, Captain Rowland Hill saw action at Toulon on the south coast of France late in 1793.... Read more
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Reuters
Yogurt maker Dannon considers ways to cut more sugarYoghurt by French foods group Danone is seen in this photo illustration shot in
Yogurt maker Dannon considers ways to cut more sugar
Reuters / Posted 12 days ago
Yoghurt by French foods group Danone is seen in this photo illustration shot in Strasbourg, April 15, 2015. NEW YORK U.S. yogurt maker Dannon, a unit of France's Danone (DANO.PA), is looking at ways to make its products less sweet, in the latest... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Happy Bastille Day! Here are 8 reasons why you should teach your children to speak Françaisspeak French, making it the ninth most widely spoken language in the world. An
Happy Bastille Day! Here are 8 reasons why you should teach your children to speak Français
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
speak French, making it the ninth most widely spoken language in the world. And of course the EU's power cities, Brussels, Strasbourg, and Luxembourg, parlent Français. French is also an official language of NATO, Unesco, the International Olympic... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Happy Bastille Day! Here are 8 reasons why you should teach your children to speak Françaisspeak French, making it the ninth most widely spoken language in the world. An
Happy Bastille Day! Here are 8 reasons why you should teach your children to speak Français
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 days ago
speak French, making it the ninth most widely spoken language in the world. And of course the EU's power cities, Brussels, Strasbourg, and Luxembourg, parlent Français. French is also an official language of NATO, Unesco, the International Olympic... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Happy Bastille Day! Here are 8 reasons why you should teach your children to speak Françaisspeak French, making it the ninth most widely spoken language in the world. An
Happy Bastille Day! Here are 8 reasons why you should teach your children to speak Français
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
speak French, making it the ninth most widely spoken language in the world. And of course the EU's power cities, Brussels, Strasbourg, and Luxembourg, parlent Français. French is also an official language of NATO, Unesco, the International Olympic... Read more
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UEFA News
UEFA Champions League - News – UEFA.comGuivarc'h (Auxerre, Rennes, Newcastle) 23= Zinédine Zidane (Cannes, Bordeaux,
UEFA Champions League - News – UEFA.com
UEFA News / Posted 12 days ago
Guivarc'h (Auxerre, Rennes, Newcastle) 23= Zinédine Zidane (Cannes, Bordeaux, Juventus, Real Madrid) 23= Kevin Gameiro (Strasbourg, Paris, Sevilla) Madrid crowned first winners First French team to appear in a European Champion Clubs' Cup/UEFA... Read more
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The Courier
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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The Young Witness
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
The Young Witness / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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Western Advocate
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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Manning River Times
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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The North West Star
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
The North West Star / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
Daily Liberal / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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The Border Mail
The best way to experience Europe in Novemberinclude Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambr
The best way to experience Europe in November
The Border Mail / Posted 13 days ago
include Bath, York, Harrogate, Canterbury, Salisbury, Chichester, Oxford, Cambridge, Chester and Wells. In France, Nice, Strasbourg, Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes, Avignon and Reims. If this sounds feasible, travelling by train would be far more... Read more
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