France

21 Apr 19
Saint Louis, roi de France médias
21 Apr 19
K-Supremacy

KQ Entertainment’s ATEEZ has a very wonderful reason to celebrate this month following their recently concluded sold-out world tour in Moscow. The eight-member boy group that has been raving the industry in a less than a year after their debut entered the Billboard’s Social 50 chart this week at no. 49. This would be their […]

21 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

The $ 1 billion raised for the reconstruction of the fire-scarred Notre Dame has sparked outrage among protesters at the Yellow Vest in Paris who say the huge sum could be better used to fight poverty. Their resistance raged on Saturday in the French capital as masked demonstrators threw stones at the government, burned down […]

21 Apr 19
Archy news nety

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21 Apr 19
East Bay Times
World unites for Notre Dame,no matter religion or nation Re: “‘An awful sight to behold’: Devastating fire at Notre Dame prompts mourning online” (Mercurynews.com, April 15): Notre Dame is one of the most well-known symbols of France. What happened Monday was a true tragedy, as thousands of people witnessed the beloved cathedral burn and crumble before their eyes and millions more around the world read about the news. Regardless of differing religious beliefs and nationality, the global community came together and mourned the loss of a part of history. The hundreds of millions of dollars already donated to the reconstruction efforts of the cathedral is a testament to this — the ability to unite and support our neighbors in times of trouble. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]The reaction to this tragedy should give us a beacon of hope for the future, not only for the cathedral and its reconstruction, but for the world. Isabella AgbuyaSan Jose   Submit your letter to the editor via this formRead more Letters to the Editor
21 Apr 19
The Mercury News
World unites for Notre Dame, no matter religion or nation Re: “‘An awful sight to behold’: Devastating fire at Notre Dame prompts mourning online” (Mercurynews.com, April 15): Notre Dame is one of the most well-known symbols of France. What happened Monday was a true tragedy, as thousands of people witnessed the beloved cathedral burn and crumble before their eyes and millions more around the world read about the news. Regardless of differing religious beliefs and nationality, the global community came together and mourned the loss of a part of history. The hundreds of millions of dollars already donated to the reconstruction efforts of the cathedral is a testament to this — the ability to unite and support our neighbors in times of trouble. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]The reaction to this tragedy should give us a beacon of hope for the future, not only for the cathedral and its reconstruction, but for the world. Isabella Agbuya San Jose   Submit your letter to the editor via this form Read more Letters to the Editor
21 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Josh Maja scores his first goal since leaving Sunderland for Bordeaux on Saturday night. It was a classic poaching goal: Maja threw a nice run into the six-meter box before beating home after a cross pass. This made him the first Englishman to have met Joe Cole in 2012 in Lille in Ligue 1. However, […]

21 Apr 19
A Lamp On A Stand

  This past week, I was inspired to write a poem based on the combination of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire and Holy Week culminating in Easter/Resurrection Sunday. I’ve had this idea in a notebook — and also in my head — for quite some time, but only now have I figured out how to […]

21 Apr 19
Econ After Hours

By Ritika Agarwal, Miranda House, and Shubhangi Kumar, St. Stephen’s College Pink Capitalism, plainly, is the incorporation of the LGBTQ movement and sexual diversity to capitalism and the market economy. It is a targeted inclusion of the LGBTQ community to generate a market focused specifically on them. And even though pride parades sweep away the […]

21 Apr 19
24NYT

EU er en svag konstruktion, der ikke fungerer. Der er sprækker i sammenholdet og flere og flere EU-lande handler nationalt. EU er ganske vist ikke sunket i grus, men overlevelse er efterhånden unionens eneste succeskriterium. Hvis der ikke sker dramatiske reformer, vil EU-projektet falde mere og mere fra hinanden. Frankrigs finansminister Brune le Maire har […]

21 Apr 19
Quite Precisely

Notre Dame in France is burning and we all know it, our newsfeed is flooded with those posts. Now as an Indian citizen with a weak political memory some tingling thought in the back of my head says, “Elections ka kya hua? (What happened to the elections?)” To the uninitiated, India is the largest democracy […]

21 Apr 19
Wolverhampton's War

Albert was born in Wolverhampton in 1894, the son of Annie and Joseph Blakemore. In 1901 they were living at 56 Fisher Street, Wolverhampton, along with Albert’s siblings Ernest and Ann G. By 1911, Albert was a lodger in the Birkenhead home of Edwin Skate. He was working as a seaman’s labourer in the ship […]

21 Apr 19
What an Amazing World!

“Where are you going?” “Lebanon.” “What? Why? What are there to see? Where will you stay?” “I want to see Beirut and …” “Oh, Beirut!” It appeared that to one of my friends, the Lebanese capital has a much more positive reputation than the country itself, which is understandable since Beirut has been known for […]

21 Apr 19
Oh, The Places We'll Go! There Is Fun To Be Done!

Happy Easter, everyone! Whoever you are, wherever you are and whatever your belief, I truly hope that you are enjoying your bank holiday, the joy of Easter Sunday or just a bit of quiet time for you.  So far, this weekend has been exactly what Kyle and I have been looking for. We just got […]

21 Apr 19
Hall's Sporting Review

Due to public demand, details of stadia I have visited that have hosted World Cup Final matches. Wembley Stadium, London (1966) Visited: numerous times. First time: England 5 Turkey 0, October 16 1985. Last time: Arsenal 2 Manchester United 1, FA Community Shield, August 1 1999 Of course, we start at the world headquarters of football, Wembley […]