Finland's Tieto in £1.2 billion deal to buy
Finland's Tieto in £1.2 billion deal to buy Nordic peer Evry Euronews EnglishOSLO (Reuters) – Finnish technology firm Tieto has agreed to pay 13.2 billion Norwegian crowns (£1.2 billion) in cash and shares for Norwegian competitor ...
Posted on 18 June 2019 | 12:00 am
UNLV's Cody Williams to play hockey in
UNLV's Cody Williams to play hockey in France Las Vegas SunHe was born here, raised here and played his college hockey here. Now, Cody Williams is heading overseas to play professional hockey. UNLV hockey ...
Posted on 13 June 2019 | 12:00 am
Morocco Prevents UAE from Taking Control of
Morocco Prevents UAE from Taking Control of Moroccan Mosques in France Morocco World NewsRabat - At the Evry mosque in Paris, a power struggle has flared up between…
Posted on 31 May 2019 | 12:00 am
Gene therapy towards a clinical trial for
Gene therapy towards a clinical trial for gamma-sarcoglycanopathy, limb-girdle muscular dystrophy EurekAlertIsabelle Richard's team, a CNRS researcher in an Inserm unit at Genethon, the AFM-Telethon laboratory, has demonstrated the efficacy of gene therapy and ...
Posted on 24 May 2019 | 12:00 am
Arianespace to orbit Spanish SEOSat Ingenio
Arianespace to orbit Spanish SEOSat Ingenio Earth observation satellite Space DailyArianespace and the European Space Agency (ESA/Earth Observation Programs directorate) has announced the signature of a launch services contract with a ...
Posted on 20 May 2019 | 10:53 pm
Resolved Question: From all places who would
Islamisation – there are those who experience it, those who talk about it and those who really fight it. This morning, almost one hundred Génération Identitaire militants entered the construction site of the Poitiers Grand Mosque. While some twenty remained on the ground, some seventy installed themselves on the roof, unfolding a large banner demanding a referendum about islamisation and immigration in France. A highly symbolic act. An act of magnificent resistence. What these young identitaires went looking for on the mosque’s roof was not a piece of chocolat bread to give to Jean-François Copé or a media coup.
They went up there to celebrate an auto-da-fé and set an example. They went there to say: Now we will no longer cede! From now on, there will be resistance! We are millions who think likewise. Become millions to act likewise.
The importance of this demonstration did not pass by the prime minister. While travelling in Asia, he descended instantly to a communiqué of condemnation. That the occupation of a construction site on a [saturday] morning threatened the ‘coexistence’… The interior minister, Manuel Valls, also denounced the ‘hateful provocation’. The former mayor of Evry [Valls] knows what he talks about. He who only a few years back demanded ‘more whites!’ on his city’s market! On their part, the moslem chefs established in France have prized the importance of their action. Hastily assembled near the mosque, some of their flock attempted to cause a bad fate for the isolated identitaire militants. At this time, the organisers of this non-violent occupation are still being questioned by police. Little doubt that the state wil prosecute them for incitation to racial hatred. The Bloc Identitaire salutes the action of the young comrades at Génération Identitaire, appealing to all its sympathisers to support them.
Isn't strange to see France leading the way?
Posted on 20 October 2012 | 5:46 am
Resolved Question: Studying in France
I'm an American who is looking at the possibility of pursuing a Master's degree in France (electrical engineering). Would this be a possible option for me if I don't know how to speak French? Sorry if I sound a bit like an ugly American, I obviously would make an attempt at learning as much of the language and culture as possible but for me to obtain instructions in French would be absolutely out of the question as I only know a few French words at best. Also would I be able to apply to a decent amount of colleges for the Spring 2012 semester at this time or is it too late? Would I need to take any special exams when applying to a French university? What schools (assuming it's possible for me to study in France) should I be looking at with a 3.4 GPA (based on a 4.0 scale) and if I only have a minor in electrical engineering (my major is mechanical engineering)? Any other advice? Thanks to all who make an earnest attempt at answering these questions.
Posted on 25 September 2011 | 5:40 pm
Open Question: Where can me and my friends
I am from Canada and just moved to Paris. My friends here want to learn how to play Canadian ice hockey, so i was wondering if anyone knew any arenas or public rinks that me and my friends could go to to play hockey?
Posted on 9 March 2011 | 2:40 am
Resolved Question: Fruit picking in France?
Has anyone ever done it? If so what did they like/dislike about it, would you do it again?
Posted on 23 February 2011 | 12:05 am
Resolved Question: Help with trip to Lisses,
I know I may be asking much, but I really need help with planning a trip to Lisses In france. Our school has this Henry Morris fund, where the school will provide a sum of money towards a trip or something like that. Now as me and my friends are freerunners we would like to visit the birthing place of freerunning in Lisses. And we have to organize it. And I am getting quite stressed finding a way to get there, place to stay, way back, where to eat etc. at an affordable price. We live in cambridgeshire, there is 4 of us, and we are 16. If any of that stuff helps. Please help me.
Posted on 13 January 2011 | 4:28 am