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    France: Police kill knife-wielding man yelling 'Allahu Akbar'
    With the echos from the gunfire that ended the Sydney cafe attack by a self-admitted Islamic jihadist barely faded away, yet another apparent lone wolf attack just happened on the opposite end of the globe. As reported by the i24 News Service (of...
  • Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert is like a giraffe with mad skills
    Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert is like a giraffe with mad skills
    One Eurostep for mankind. One giant leap for Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, who plunked one foot down after the other as he plunged into the lane against the Miami Heat on Wed. Dec. 17.The only thing here, was that Gobert comes from France and he&...
  • World War I Centenary documented in song
    World War I Centenary documented in song
    In the US we have military re-enactors for the French & Indian War, the Revolutionary War and the Civil War, all in period dress and weaponry, recreating the soldier’s life and the great battles of our early history. In France they have...
  • Myths about the French in fun new book 'They Eat Horses, Don't They?'
    Myths about the French in fun new book 'They Eat Horses, Don't They?'
    "They Eat Horses, Don't They? The Truth About the French" is a brand new book that deliciously explores myths, and deems them faux or vrai.Les myths: Is French cuisine the world's best? Do the French drink wine avec every meal?...
  • French strikes? There's an app for that.
    Striking online tool may help visitors to France
    By David Stewart WhiteAnother day in France, another worker strike. Anyone who has visited the country knows that labor unrest, strikes, and slowdowns are a part of everyday life. For a tourist, strikes can range from a minor inconvenience to a...
  • Chateau de Chenonceau, Loire Valley (France)
    Visit the Renaissance jewel of France: The Châteaux of the Loire Valley
    There are many romantic places in the world, but there’s one particular place that is, by far, one of the most romantic places I’ve ever been to. It’s a truly magic place and it’s as majestic to visit on a special trip like...
  • First the Dutch, and now Belgium appears to be next in central bank gold run
    First the Dutch, and now Belgium appears to be next in central bank gold run
    A week ago, the Dutch central bank shockingly announced they had repatriated 122 tons of gold from the Federal Reserve, and from other depositories that had held their gold outside of the country. And on Dec. 5, a Belgian media source has now...
  • Wine travelers discover why Tavel rosé wines are so special
    Wine travelers discover why Tavel rosé wines are so special
    France is a popular place for wine tourism (enotourism). This is because there are so many wonderful wines to discover. If you are a lover of French rosé wines then you will love Tavel rosés. We recently had the opportunity to discover first hand...
  • Chamonix, France
    Chamonix Mont Blanc – a vacationer’s paradise
    Situated in close proximity to Mont Blanc, Europe’s tallest mountain, the community of Chamonix has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. Chamonix has become a mecca for mountain climbing and skiing, attracting...
  • Relais Christine boutique hotel in Paris, France
    Review: The Relais Christine Hotel in Paris, France
    The Latin Quarter is bustling with nightlife as Parisians pour out of sidewalk cafes and wine bars nestled alongside winding cobblestone streets. In the distance the Seine is starting to shimmer under the moonlight and ornate bridges; its beauty...
  • French Riviera is a popular vacation destination
    A guide to the best beaches in France
    France has over 3,500 kilometers of coastline that feature every type of beach imaginable. Therefore, it can be a challenging task for one to choose his or her favourite. Whichever type of beach one desires, he or she is sure to find it in France...
  • Chef Alain Passard
    Chef Alain Passard: An Enigma & An Inspiration
    Alain Passard the three Michelin starred French chef has been rocking the culinary world since 1971, sometimes even off its foundations, for instance when he removed red meats from his menu in 2001. They have since reappeared at L'Arpege, his...
  • Old Book
    Shakespeare folio found in library; Shakespeare scholars excited
    An original first folio of William Shakespeare's plays has been discovered. The rare book was found in a small library. The library is located northern France. According to a Thursday, Nov. 27 report by MSN, the Shakespeare folio is one of 233...
  • French town on alert as tiger stalks the area
    French town on alert as tiger stalks the area
    A loose tiger continues to terrorize residents near Paris after nearly 100 police and firefighters backed up by helicopters failed to find the animal, which was first sighted in a supermarket parking lot in the town of Montevrain (not far from...
  • UFO sighting and strange phenomena
    GEIPAN investigates UFOs on the state's dime; 22% of sightings still a mystery
    With the amount of reported UFO sightings on the seeming rise, it seems curious that more government-run organizations aren’t investigating this constant mystery on a regular basis. The BBC reported on Nov. 3 that in France, UFO hunters work...