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Thursday 26 February 2009
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Monday 09 June 2008
Like in any major city, the Parisian police are prepared for most eventualities late on a Saturday night. It can be safely assumed, however, that they experienced a first in the small hours of yesterday morning when they stopped four men attired in salmon-pink dresses under the Arc de Triomphe. Among the witnesses to the incident was Ana Ivanovic, who had been celebrating her first Grand Slam in a nearby restaurant.
Tuesday 27 May 2008
Thirty illegal kitchen workers were occupying a restaurant amid tense scenes in the heart of tourist Paris yesterday.
Saturday 23 February 2008
Half-term in paris, and even though it would be easy to let the financial reins loose somewhat, the whole point of changing a modus vivendi is that you must keep going, no matter where you are and even if you're using foreign money which, as we know, is like operating in a Monopoly world.
Saturday 16 February 2008
He encountered floods, road rage and even a careless motorist dodging a red light. His wallet and camera were stolen during a fight at a hostel. And he lost a stone while sweating his way through 18,000 miles and 20 countries with dramatically varying climates.
Saturday 09 February 2008
Ireland's players, if they crane their necks in the right direction, can see the Arc de Triomphe from their Paris city-centre hotel. Should they be in search of an analogy to unsettle the French today, they may reflect that construction of the arch was abandoned for a quarter of a century when there was trouble with the foundations. France began their post-World Cup restoration by establishing what looked to be a solid structure when they won in Scotland last Sunday, but both Les Bleus and the Irish, who edged past Italy, have made changes to winning teams in the meantime.
Wednesday 07 June 2006
A Turkishnewspaper columnist will confront the might of the state in a case which exposes the refusal of the Turkish establishment to accept European human rights laws.
Saturday 12 February 2005
Saturday 05 February 2005
Monday 15 July 2002
Wednesday 08 December 1999
Saturday 14 August 1999
Monitor: All the News of the World - The French and the US press comment on the American victory in the Tour de France
Tuesday 27 July 1999
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