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Rubis Lamb Served to French

Lamb is a popular dish around the world and France is no stranger to the meat. However, they probably weren’t anticipating that the lamb they were eating recently might have had transparent skin that glowed in the dark like a jellyfish thanks to a mix up in the genetic modification
Je Suis Charlie

America’s absence in France Sunday was a major disappointment As an American, I always hate when I see the United States at the center of attention when we shouldn’t even be part of the story. That happened again Sunday. In a global event of solidarity for those slain in the
France’s space agency is assisting Google with Project Loon

Google is most known for Android, the most popular smartphone operating system in the world, as well as its web-based products such as Search, Gmail, and YouTube. But the company has also branched out into more experimental, and often times ludicrous endeavors, such as the aptly-named Project Loon. The purpose
Air France pilots have ended their two-week strike

Pilots working for Air France have called off their two-week strike that has cost the airline more than €280 million ($355 million), despite the fact the SNPL union and the airline have still been unable to reach an agreement over a dispute about the  Paris-based carrier’s plans to expand its
Iran has resumed nuclear talks with the P5+1

Iran has returned to the negotiating table with six world powers – the United States, China, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany – on Friday with a mere two months left to overcome the obstacles that are impeding a deal to curb the nation’s nuclear program. The seven nations
France has carried out its first airstrike in Iraq against the Islamic State

France carried out its first airstrikes against a suspected Islamic State target in Iraq on Friday, expanding a United States-led military campaign against the Islamist militants who have already seized a third of the country, as well as large parts of the neighboring country of Syria. President Francois Hollande announced
IMF chief is under investigation in France

Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has been placed under investigation by French magistrates for negligence in a political fraud affair that dates all the way back to 2008 when she was finance minister, according to her lawyer. She has come under question numerous times