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  1. April 29, 1429 - " Joan of Arc relieves OrleansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | History Television

    During the Hundred Years' War, the 17-year-old French peasant Joan of Arc leads a French force in relieving the city of Orleans, besieged by the English since October. At the age of 16, "voices" of Christian saints told Joan to aid Charles, the French dauphin, in gaining the French throne and expelling the English from France.

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  2. 300 students fall sick due to food poisoning in FranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    More than 300 students were taken ill on Thursday due to suspected food poisoning in Rouen city in France, regional authorities said. Children, aged between 3 and 12, reported symptoms of vomiting and nausea after eating school lunches prepared at the same central canteen, Xinhua news agency reported.

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  3. 300 students fall sick due to food poisoning in France3 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | India.com

    Paris, April 28 More than 300 students were taken ill on Thursday due to suspected food poisoning in Rouen city in France, regional authorities said. Children, aged between 3 and 12, reported symptoms of vomiting and nausea after eating school lunches prepared at the same central canteen, Xinhua news agency reported.

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  4. DVD Reviews: The Goddess; Lost In France; Preying Mantis; Broadchurch: Series 1-3Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 27 | Sunday Herald

    "GOSSIP is a fearful thing" wrote Ruan Lingyu in the suicide note found next to her body on March 8, 1935. The Chinese silent film actress died from an overdose of barbiturates in her Shanghai home following a fight with her abusive boyfriend and after years of tabloid intrusion which had taken its toll on her emotional well-being and mental health.

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  5. Stitching lives back together: Men's rehabilitation embroidery in WWIRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 25 | ABC News

    ... in his arm so badly that he could scarcely use his right hand . Biggs spent nearly 12 months in hospital in Rouen, France, before being moved to the Tooting Military Hospital in London, where he was first encouraged to take up embroidery. He ...

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  6. What would a Le Pen victory mean for France?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Al Jazeera

    The two contenders for French president have now emerged and for the first time they will not come from either of the main parties. Centrist Emmanuel Macron will take on far-right leader Marine Le Pen in the run-off election in two weeks.

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  7. Pope pays tribute to modern martyrs, calls for witnesses of Goda s loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | Iobserve

    ... in Rome April 22, Pope Francis greets Roselyne Hamel, sister of Father Jacques Hamel, who was killed in Rouen, France, July 18, 2016. (CNS photo/Maurizio Brambatti, pool) "These teach us that with the force of love and with meekness one can fight ...

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  8. Barcelona Open: Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund through to second roundRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | BBC News

    Dan Evans claimed his first ATP Tour win on clay at the Barcelona Open as fellow Briton Kyle Edmund also progressed to the second round. World number 43 Evans took a final set tie-break against Thiago Monteiro of Brazil to triumph 6-7 6-2 7-6 .

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  9. French Voters Shun Political Parties, Sending Macron, Le Pen To Presidential RunoffRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | WBEZ-FM Chicago

    National Front Leader Marine Le Pen, casts her vote for the French elections in a polling station on April 23, 2017 in Henin Beaumont, France. Ballots are prepared for counting at a polling station in Rouen, northern France, during the first round of the French presidential elections, on Sunday.

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  10. Overseas voters kick off crucial French electionRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    Ballots are prepared for counting at a polling station in Rouen northern France during the first round of the French presidential elections French voters will go to the polls April 23 to choose from among 11 candidates in the first round of the presidential election. At a polling station in Henin-Beaumont, a commune in north France where far-right candidate Marine Le Pen voted, voter Alexandre said the proposals by the candidates all seem wonderful but he expects whoever wins to keep their promises to ensure the country's security and boost growth.

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  11. Macron, Le Pen Expected To Advance To French Presidential RunoffRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 23 | WBEZ-FM Chicago

    National Front Leader Marine Le Pen, casts her vote for the French elections in a polling station on April 23, 2017 in Henin Beaumont, France. Ballots are prepared for counting at a polling station in Rouen, northern France, during the first round of the French presidential elections, on April 23, 2017.

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  12. France votes in high-stakes presidential electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Vanguard

    French voters flocked to the polls under heavy security Sunday in the first round of a cliffhanger presidential election seen as vital for the future of the ailing European Union. Ballots are prepared for counting at a polling station in Rouen, northern France, during the first round of the French presidential elections, on April 23, 2017.

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  13. New cruises to leave Poole next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Bournemouth Echo

    A CRUISE ship firm is adding new sailings from Poole Harbour saying demand in the south for maritime holidays abroad is growing. With the new sailings, Cruise and Maritime Voyages will have a total of 10 from both Poole and Portsmouth using its 550 passenger ship Astoria from summer 2018.

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  14. Big Shot of the Week: Imf boss Christine LagardeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Daily Mail

    Almost a year ago to the day, silver-fringed Christine Lagarde strode imperiously into the Treasury to deliver her apocalyptic warnings on Britain's economic future. Tall, tanned and handsome , the silky International Monetary Fund boss oozed flare and haughty Gallic soph-ist-ic-ation.

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  15. How the Paris police shooting could shape the French electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | KVEW-TV Kennewick

    In a country riven by increasing divisions, Thursday's shooting on Paris' Champs Elysees, which left one police officer dead, has the potential to upend an already contentious and unpredictable election. With a record number of voters still undecided, analysts say the shooting, by a suspect said to be known to French security services for radical Islamist activities, could play into the narrative pushed by the far-right.

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  16. How the Paris police shooting could shape the French electionRead the original story

    Friday Apr 21 | GantDaily.com

    In a country riven by increasing divisions, Thursday's shooting on Paris' Champs Elysees, which left one police officer dead, has the potential to upend an already contentious and unpredictable election. With a record number of voters still undecided, analysts say the shooting, by a suspect said to be known to French security services for radical Islamist activities, could play into the narrative pushed by the far-right.

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  17. Chris Samba's back story: An insight into the man training with Aston VillaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | IcSuttoncoldfield

    He has previously been portrayed as a mercenary who collected a wedge of cash during Queens Park Rangers' frivolous relegation from the Premier League. But Christopher Samba's difficult early experiences are a lesser known facet in the career of the strapping centre half who has been training with Aston Villa.

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  18. Islamists Again Target Coptic ChristiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 10 | American Thinker

    By their fruits ye shall know them is a classic truth from the Bible which speaks volumes about the Islamist slugs who murdered more than 55 Coptic Christian worshippers as they clutched their bibles during Palm Sunday services in a church just outside of Cairo and another in Alexandria. There was no inflammatory video for the politically correct left to blame it on.

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  19. Leon Smith: Britain nowhere near France and its 'conveyor belt' of talentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 9 | Sunday Herald

    Nicolas Mahut and Julien Benneteau of France celebrate with head coach Yannick Noah after defeating Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot in the doubles match of the Davis Cup quarter-finals. As the Davis Cup quarter-final in Rouen took a farcical turn, Leon Smith admitted the "conveyor belt" of talent that helped France to victory shows no sign of being replicated in Britain.

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  20. Pep Guardiola targets strong end to disappointing Man City campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 10 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    "The Tottenham result is important but the most important was our result", Conte, whose side rebounded from Saturday's first home defeat since September against Crystal Palace, said after becoming the first manager to do a league double over City boss Pep Guardiola. He switched it again against Manchester City to give Kurt Zouma his first Premier League start since 7 February 2016, when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament against Manchester United.

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