In the Charente, the water tower at Saint-Michel keeps its antennas

Charente: The Water Tower at Saint-Michel Keeps its Antennas

The Administrative Court of Poitiers has rendered its decision in the case between the Orange telephone operator and the town hall of Saint-Michel (Charente). The judges pronounced the annulment of the decision of the town hall, which refused, on February 8, 2016, to grant to Orange the renewal of the convention of occupation of the […]

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In Nantes, Parents of a 14 year old convicted of beating her

Nantes: Parents Convicted of Beating their 14 year old Daughter

JUSTICE:  A Man and a Woman of 47 and 41 years old have received a sentence suspended sentence Wednesday in Nantes … Slapping, belt blows all over his body until unconsciousness after being thrown against a radiator. That’s what endured a girl of 14, this weekend, at her home in Nantes. The attackers, who were tried in […]

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Gérard Collomb announces eleven terrorists attacks stopped this year in France

Terrorism: Eleven Terrorist Attacks Defeated Since the Beginning of the Year in France, announces Gérard Collomb

TERRORISM: The last attack was thwarted last week in Saint-Ouen with the arrest of a person who wanted to tackle the police … Eleven attacks have been foiled since the beginning of the year in France, Interior Minister Gérard Collomb said on Friday when the new Director General of Internal Security (DGSI) was installed. According […]

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The EU Court has ruled that a business may prohibit the wearing of religious symbols

Islamic veil: A Business may Prohibit the Wearing of Religious Symbols, says EU Court

EUROPEAN UNION: The issue of headscarves remains complex in the EU … The European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Tuesday. A business may prohibit in its rules the visible religious symbols, political and philosophical to maintain its neutrality, under certain conditions, says the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in a decision rendered. […]

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Marine le Pen has refused to go to a police summons

Parliamentary Assistants of FN: Marine Le Pen Refused to go to a Police Summons

JUSTICE:  She said she would go to any police or judicial summons until the parliamentary elections of 11 and 18 June … She refused to go to the local police court in Nanterre. Marine Le Pen was convened Wednesday to be heard by the investigators in the case of the assistants of MEPs of his […]

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A British couple sentanced for Drug trafficking at the Channel Tunnel, Pas-de-Calais

Pas-de-Calais: In Financial Difficulties, they agreed to Ferry Cocaine

JUSTICE: A couple of British nationals were arrested in the Channel Tunnel with 12 kg of drugs … Miscalculation. An English couple was sentenced to three years in prison after being arrested in mid-January, with 12.5 kg of cocaine hidden in their luggage at the Channel Tunnel in the Pas-de-Calais, said a judicial source this […]

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Disabled after a tour on Space Mountain at Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris: Disabled after a tour of Space Mountain

After a stint in 2013 on Space Mountain, one of the attractions of Disneyland Paris, a young woman was dizzy from the passage of the ride. The victim, suffering from the “landing syndrome,” has taken Disneyland Paris to court and demand compensation for damages. A young woman suffering from dizziness from a passage in the […]

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Two Frenchmen have been convicted of drug trafficking in Peru

Peru: Two French Sentenced to 15 years in Prison for Drug Trafficking

PERU: They were arrested in possession of nearly 10 kilos of cocaine … They will be expelled from Peru once they have completed their sentences. Two French citizens were sentenced to 15 years in prison for drug trafficking by a court in Lima, announced on Tuesday by a source at the Peruvian judicial. The two […]

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Banner opponents to prison in Saint-Bonnet-les-Oules in the Loire

Loire: Strong Opposition to the New Saint-Bonnet Jail

JUSTICE: Hundreds of protesters rallied in Saint-Bonnet-les-Oules in the Loire this Saturday against a proposed prison … Good news for some, unacceptable for others. The announcement by the State for the construction of a new prison near Saint-Etienne, Saint-Bonnet-les-Oules, mobilized many opponents this Saturday, November 12th. According to France 3, several hundred demonstrators gathered from 10am […]

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In a new survey, 50 percent of French people think people in power are corrupt

Over 50% of French People Consider that those who have Power are Corrupt

SURVEY: For 40% of respondents, only “a small part of them” is corrupted … Power with corruption? For one in two French (54%), “persons exercising important responsibilities or having power are for a large part of them are corrupt,” according to a survey by  Harris Interactive, published this Thursday.  For 40% of respondents, only “a small […]

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