The stage versions of Hilary Mantel's historical novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies are to transfer in May to the West End theatre currently hosting Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest musical.
Super League's poster boy Sam Tomkins aims to prove his critics wrong as he prepares to make his debut in the NRL
A scheme set up to help Northern Ireland businesses in the recession could be continued beyond its 2015 end date, Finance Minister Simon Hamilton announces.
Night of French Cinema returns for eighth year
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For 12 hours on Friday, the Manship Theatre will be inhabited by a combination of French enthusiasts, cinephiles and food lovers. The Center for French and Francophone Studies will present the eighth annual LSU Night of French Cinema: une nuit blanche ...
Papers examine the effects of immigration and the prospect of Nick Clegg debating EU membership with Nigel Farage, while bankers' bonuses are back in the news.
'Shock survey' reveals the French would rather have disgraced Strauss-Kahn as ... - The Week Magazine
'Shock survey' reveals the French would rather have disgraced Strauss-Kahn as ...
The Week Magazine
The French do not like their current president, François Hollande, but the person they'd prefer makes us question their sanity. In what's being dubbed a "shock survey," 56 percent said they would like Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the disgraced former IMF ...
Strauss-Kahn best man to replace France's Hollande, says leaked pollFRANCE 24
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Benzema stars as France blanks Netherlands in friendly
PARIS (AP) - Karim Benzema kept up his prolific form by scoring a superb goal and helping to create another as France beat the Netherlands 2-0 in a pre-World Cup friendly on Wednesday. Running onto a pass from midfielder Blaise Matuidi in the 32nd ...
France 2 Holland 0: match reportTelegraph.co.uk
France vs. Netherlands: Final score 2-0, Les Blues cruise past Dutch easilySB Nation
France Vs. Netherlands 2014 Friendly: TV Channel, Online Stream Info And ...International Business Times
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The end for Ukraine’s demonstrators has proved elusive, even after their surprise victory last month, and Independence Square and its surrounding streets remain a nationalist encampment.
Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart said there would be more discussions, as the European Union offered aid worth as much as $15 billion over the next two years.
The State Department bluntly listed “10 False Claims About Ukraine” it said President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia had made in a news conference.
Lib Dem Vince Cable will say in a speech he is "intensely relaxed" about immigration, while a Conservative minister argues numbers are too high.
Soldiers gathered at the sliver of land separating Crimea and the rest of Ukraine leave little doubt that they have dug in for the long haul.
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French Military Rations, Featuring Camembert and Cassoulet, Are Prized by ...
Wall Street Journal
PARIS—When 200 paratroopers jumped over Timbuktu to reclaim Mali's fabled caravan city from Islamist militants, they carried a load that French top brass say gives their soldiers an edge on the battlefield: cans of duck-fat laden cassoulet. The ...
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Ahead of the first anniversary of his election to the papacy, Francis used a newspaper interview to depict himself as a normal person.
As Japan Week begins in New York City, a video about the roles of a diplomat and a tourist-bureau employee in saving Jews from the Nazis will be shown at Grand Central Terminal on Thursday.
Two US men are convicted of stealing trade secrets from US company DuPont and selling them to a Chinese state-owned company.
Russia’s government-operated networks are led by executives who have helped promote President Vladimir V. Putin’s agenda, but they are facing fact-checking over coverage of Ukraine.
Washington’s partisan debaters have wasted little time in trying to frame the crisis in Eastern Europe as an indictment of their political opponents.
Mysterious lightning flashes that appear to predict earthquakes could be sparked by movements in the ground below, scientists say.
Tougher rules are needed to ensure electricians have enough training to work on people's houses without putting them in danger, MPs warn.