11 hrs ago
Chronicle of the Horse
Even Better Without
H&M Tornesch lost his right eye last year, but it hasn't slowed him down at all as he jumps in the Longines FEI World Cup Final with Malin Baryard-Johnsson.
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17 hrs ago
Hard x-ray nanoprobe based on refractive x-ray lenses
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21 hrs ago
French Week underway in Arnaudville
Semaine Francaise d'Arnaudville -- French Week in Arnaudville -- is underway and everyone is invited to join in.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Beezie Madden in 12th place, going to Round 2 of FEI World Cup
Beezie Madden and Simon on the course for Round 1 in Lyon, France--they are in 12th place going into Saturday's round 2 Beezie Madden and her horse Simon are defending champions in the Equestrian World Cup, but her first round at the competiton in Lyon, France leaves them in 12th place.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
From Macon, France to Macon, GA
Twelve students from Macon, France, along with their chaperones, are visiting Rutland High School.
Virtual hand shadow theatrics
If you, like Raymond Crowe shown above, are a professional hand-shadow artist then you might think that your job is one of the relatively few that is unlikely to be replicated by a computer any time soon.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
European Journal of Human Genetics
Genetic analysis of dyslexia candidate genes in the European cross-linguistic NeuroDys cohort
Tel: +49 228 287 51028; Fax: +49 228 287 51011; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org We would like to express our deepest condolences on the loss of our colleague and friend Leo Blomert, who passed away in 2012.
Busiest day on roads predicted as Easter getaway begins
TODAY is expected to be the busiest day on Britain's roads so far this year as tens of thousands of people set off for their Easter break, a traffic information company has warned.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Who Is Our Lady of Laus? “My name is Mary”
In May 2008, Bishop Jean-Michel di Falco Leandri, the bishop of Gap in the French Alps, celebrated a special Mass to announce the Vatican's approval of Marian apparitions in that diocese that occurred between 1664 and 1718.
The Daily Star
France's 'Black Widow' denies murder as trial opens
A picture taken on September 16, 2010, shows the Mont Blanc in the French Alps. AFP PHOTO / JEAN-PIERRE CLATO GRENOBLE, France: A former driving instructor dubbed the "Black Widow" of the French Alps on Monday denied drugging her husband and then burning him to death in his car.
Ukraine asks UN for help as pro-Russian militias defy deadline to seize more ground
As the deadline for Ukraine's ultimatum to pro-Russian forces approached the country's ambassador to the UN said the separatists would be responsible for violence.
City preparing a warm bonjour to French twin
Buy this photo Chairman of Oxford-Grenoble Association Mel Houldershaw, left, and vice-chairman Marie-Alice Frappat.
Performers from Transe-Express hanging around during one of their shows
A BROMSGROVE resident has said he is 'disgusted' at Bromsgrove Council's decision to spend thousands of pounds on a French performance group for the upcoming Bromsgrove Festival.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Salvesen family pay tribute to accident victim
THE family of a Scottish businessman who died from "catastrophic" injuries after a skiing accident have said they are "devastated" by their loss and will treasure memories of him.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Habana marks return with try in Toulon comeback win
PARIS: South African star Bryan Habana scored a try on his return to action after a three-month absence because of a hamstring injury as Toulon beat Bordeaux-Begles 22-20 in a thrilling Top 14 encounter on Saturday.
A Brief, Terrifying History of Viruses Escaping From Labs
A technician works inside a laboratory designed for the study of extremely dangerous bacteria and viruses in Lyon, France, in 1999.
The Winnipeg Free Press
Savour our city
Red River College is hoping more chefs will return from far-flung internships. We Winnipeggers have a tendency to focus on what's wrong with our city -- which is understandable given all that's wrong with it these days -- but there's lots that's getting better.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Nestle says chairman sick but will continue duties
Swiss food giant Nestle said that its chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe has been diagnosed with an illness requiring six months of medical care, but that he would continue his duties.
France: Muslim Zones Are Dangerous for White French Citizens
In France, Muslims increasingly attack white French citizens, and it's called crime, but it's really war in the Islamic conquest by immigration.
From Mountrath to Chambery
Earlier this year, ten students from Mountrath Community School took part in a unique french school exchange programme to Chambery, France.