Pocher

14 Dec 18
Lolo et sa Tambouille

Comme maintenant tous les mois, je participe à nouveau au petit jeu Test Recettes entre Blogueurs organisé par Sonia, sur Facebook. Chaque mois un thème est décidé par toutes les participantes et forcément, période de fêtes oblige, le thème de ce mois-ci est « Les gourmandises à offrir » Bien évidemment, la gourmande invétérée que je suis […]

10 Dec 18
Adventures with Julia

December 3, 2018 Before leaving Namiri Plains, I want to give you our count.  We saw 17 lion and 14 cheetah and some of them we saw more than once.  This was a record for us and we were very thrilled to have had the experience.  Moving on….. Namiri Airport was full of safari guests […]

03 Dec 18
Byssus

Note Pocher (French), ‘to imitate’, ‘counterfeit’, ‘to blot ink’

29 Nov 18
Arcynewsy

At the Annual General Meeting, FC Bayern München interrupts the live broadcast of fan comments. That's the reason. All information on JHV 2018. JHV 2018: when and where does the annual general meeting of FC Bayern München take place? The annual general assembly of FC Bayern Munich will take place this Friday, November 30th 2018, […]

29 Nov 18
The Irish Sun
HEAVILY armed police surrounded a bank in southern France after a 60-year-old woman barricaded herself inside and threatened to detonate a bomb. The woman, who was carrying a rucksack, entered the LCL bank branch in Ales at 9.30am local time and shouted: “I’m going to blow up everything!” Police surrounded the bank in Ales this morning Panicked bank employees fled the building as she locked herself inside and threatened to blow it up with an ‘explosive device’. Police sealed off the streets and evacuated neighbouring buildings in the town, located in the Occitanie region. An elite RAID unit arrived at the scene and attempted to negotiate with the woman, according to reports. Photos on social media show masked officers armed to the teeth with assault rifles gathering inside a cordon around the bank. Masked police are outside the bank as the situation develops The area is has been shut down as officers attempt to negotiate with the woman Authorities have not yet confirmed whether the woman was armed with explosives. French media reports she is 60-years-old. Staff took refuge in a nearby brewery as police raced to the scene. A source in Ales told The Sun Online: “She shouted: ‘I’m going to blow everything up,’ “She arrived soon after 9.30am, and allowed people to get out. “She then locked herself into the bank, and said she was going to detonate a device, without saying why. The LCL branch in Alex, southern France, is on lockdown “RAID officers arrived within the hour, and have set up a security zone around the bank. “The situation is very tense.” Brewery manager Franck Pocher said “shocked” bank employees were receiving support. He said: “The police secured the neighbourhood because a person entered with an explosive device in the bank of Credit Lyonnais.” The woman surrendered to police shortly before 2pm. Images showed the suspect, who was short and in her 60s, calmly walking out of the LCL branch with her hands up. Specialist police units were seen outside the bank She was immediately taken away for questioning, as RAID officers entered the building along with explosives experts. An investigating source in Ales said: “There is a demining team on site who was searching for explosives. “Initial indications is that there are none. It may be that this is case involving somebody with psychiatric problems.” The incident is not believed to be terror related. More to follow… For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun. [article-rail-section title=”most read in world news” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /]
29 Nov 18
The Scottish Sun
HEAVILY armed police surrounded a bank in southern France after a 60-year-old woman barricaded herself inside and threatened to detonate a bomb. The woman, who was carrying a rucksack, entered the LCL bank branch in Ales at 9.30am local time and shouted: “I’m going to blow up everything!” Police surrounded the bank in Ales this morning Panicked bank employees fled the building as she locked herself inside and threatened to blow it up with an ‘explosive device’. Police sealed off the streets and evacuated neighbouring buildings in the town, located in the Occitanie region. An elite RAID unit arrived at the scene and attempted to negotiate with the woman, according to reports. Photos on social media show masked officers armed to the teeth with assault rifles gathering inside a cordon around the bank. Masked police are outside the bank as the situation develops The area is has been shut down as officers attempt to negotiate with the woman Authorities have not yet confirmed whether the woman was armed with explosives. French media reports she is 60-years-old. Staff took refuge in a nearby brewery as police raced to the scene. A source in Ales told The Sun Online: “She shouted: ‘I’m going to blow everything up,’ “She arrived soon after 9.30am, and allowed people to get out. “She then locked herself into the bank, and said she was going to detonate a device, without saying why. The LCL branch in Alex, southern France, is on lockdown “RAID officers arrived within the hour, and have set up a security zone around the bank. “The situation is very tense.” Brewery manager Franck Pocher said “shocked” bank employees were receiving support. He said: “The police secured the neighbourhood because a person entered with an explosive device in the bank of Credit Lyonnais.” The woman surrendered to police shortly before 2pm. Images showed the suspect, who was short and in her 60s, calmly walking out of the LCL branch with her hands up. Specialist police units were seen outside the bank She was immediately taken away for questioning, as RAID officers entered the building along with explosives experts. An investigating source in Ales said: “There is a demining team on site who was searching for explosives. “Initial indications is that there are none. It may be that this is case involving somebody with psychiatric problems.” The incident is not believed to be terror related. More to follow… For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun. [article-rail-section title=”most read in world news” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /]
29 Nov 18
The Sun
HEAVILY armed police surrounded a bank in southern France after a 60-year-old woman barricaded herself inside and threatened to detonate a bomb. The woman, who was carrying a rucksack, entered the LCL bank branch in Ales at 9.30am local time and shouted: “I’m going to blow up everything!” Police surrounded the bank in Ales this morning Panicked bank employees fled the building as she locked herself inside and threatened to blow it up with an ‘explosive device’. Police sealed off the streets and evacuated neighbouring buildings in the town, located in the Occitanie region. An elite RAID unit arrived at the scene and attempted to negotiate with the woman, according to reports. Photos on social media show masked officers armed to the teeth with assault rifles gathering inside a cordon around the bank. Masked police are outside the bank as the situation develops The area is has been shut down as officers attempt to negotiate with the woman Authorities have not yet confirmed whether the woman was armed with explosives. French media reports she is 60-years-old. Staff took refuge in a nearby brewery as police raced to the scene. A source in Ales told The Sun Online: “She shouted: ‘I’m going to blow everything up,’ “She arrived soon after 9.30am, and allowed people to get out. “She then locked herself into the bank, and said she was going to detonate a device, without saying why. The LCL branch in Alex, southern France, is on lockdown “RAID officers arrived within the hour, and have set up a security zone around the bank. “The situation is very tense.” Brewery manager Franck Pocher said “shocked” bank employees were receiving support. He said: “The police secured the neighbourhood because a person entered with an explosive device in the bank of Credit Lyonnais.” The woman surrendered to police shortly before 2pm. Images showed the suspect, who was short and in her 60s, calmly walking out of the LCL branch with her hands up. Specialist police units were seen outside the bank She was immediately taken away for questioning, as RAID officers entered the building along with explosives experts. An investigating source in Ales said: “There is a demining team on site who was searching for explosives. “Initial indications is that there are none. It may be that this is case involving somebody with psychiatric problems.” The incident is not believed to be terror related. More to follow… For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun. [article-rail-section title=”most read in world news” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /]
29 Nov 18
News Archives Uk

Heavy armed police surrounded a bank in the south of France, after a 60-year-old woman entrenched there and threatened with a bomb. The woman who was carrying a backpack entered the branch office of the LCL Bank in Ales at 9.30 am local time and shouted: "I'm going to blow up everything!" The police have […]

29 Nov 18
Arcynewsy

At the annual general meeting, FC Bayern München will interrupt the live streaming of fan comments. That's the reason. All information on JHV 2018. JHV 2018: when and where does the annual general meeting of FC Bayern München take place? The annual general assembly of FC Bayern Munich will take place this Friday, November 30th […]

20 Nov 18
Arcynewsy

People's Victim: Oliver Pocher (right) is deceived by Tim Wiese during Per Mertesacker's farewell game for fun. After the end of his song "Black and White" as the DFB anthem it should feel similar. © picture alliance / dpa / Julian Stratenschulte National team: Oliver Pocher's "Black and White" anthem is no longer the DFB […]