Category: Society

The French police recovered the 16th-century gold casket containing the heart of Duchess Anne, a week after crooks stole it from the Thomas-Dobrée Museum in the Western French city of Nantes. Considered a masterwork, the 6-inch solid-gold case, topped by a crown with nine lily-shaped royal motifs, was on display at the Thomas-Dobrée Museum for […]
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In the 1960s, the French government put forward the proposal for a “Great West” project, which would serve as a transatlantic gateway between France and the rest of Europe. To take the idea ahead, the government, in 1967, identified 3700 acres of land in the commune of Notre-Dame-des-Landes to develop an airport. Various geopolitical factors […]
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First things first. Migrants are not a burden. Embracing, safeguarding, and empowering the migrants, transform them into welfare-boosting assets. Accepting refugees creates a Win-3 ecosystem, rewarding for the migrants, the host country, and the country of their origin. How? Let’s see. Set in the heart of South Africa’s Western Cape Province, the picturesque Franschhoek Valley is […]
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Riots erupted in Nantes after French police shot dead a 22-year-old man, Aboubakar Fofana, during a stop-and-search operation. The incident sparked two nights of non-stop violence and rioting. Protesters burned dozens of cars, hurled petrol bombs, and set alight many buildings in the Breil neighbourhood, including a library, a shopping centre, and a police station. The same night, riots broke out in two other areas, Malakoff […]
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With rats running wild, lice outbreaks, and scabies, Nantes noticed the plight of nearly 450 migrants, living in makeshift arrangements in the heart of the city.   Until July, the camp of Square Daviais, already being referred to as the “jungle of Nantes”, was the home of asylum seekers coming from disturbed African nations like Guinea, […]
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