Swiss cause ripple over French lake water
In the commentary section of the French newspaper Le Progres, some readers wondered how foreign military aircraft could have entered the national airspace unnoticed. Others said they were not surprised, given that the Swiss have a habit of stealing ...
Swiss army 'steals' French water to help cowsBBC News
Parched Swiss invade French in search of water, ends badlyThe Weather Network
Swiss 'sorry' for raiding French lake to help thirsty cowsFRANCE 24
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Six fishermen are rescued after their vessel collides with another boat off the County Down coast.
Apple Maps Vehicles to Begin Surveying France and Sweden in August
Apple has announced that its fleet of vehicles collecting street-level mapping data in multiple countries will begin surveying France and Sweden throughout August. The vehicles will be driving through the Malmö and Stockholm metropolitan areas in ...
Apple Maps vans to begin collecting data in France, Sweden in AugustApple Insider
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Can guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence improve our final moments, asks Smitha Mundasad.
Organisers of the 2016 Rio Olympics are facing a serious challenge to clean polluted waters for sailing and windsurfing events.
Plans to create the world's "longest and tallest tunnel slide" down the Orbit Tower, next to the Olympic Stadium, are approved.
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron unveils his team to shadow the cabinet, with former leader Nick Clegg turning down a role.
There is "strong evidence" Israel committed war crimes in Gaza after a soldier was captured by Hamas in last year's war, Amnesty International says.
New research reveals the key to the serrated tooth structure that made carnivorous theropod dinosaurs such successful predators.
Why do people leave their children out of their will?
REPORT: Disneyland Paris charges Germans nearly twice as much as French people
The flagship European theme park will be investigated by the French government after accusations that it's charging people more in some EU countries than others — a big no-no under European rules. That's according to a scoop from the Financial Times.
Scots 'charged more than French' at Disneyland ParisScotsman (blog)
Brits pay 40% more than the French to visit Disneyland ParisDaily Mail
Disneyland Paris Charges British Tourists 'More Than French People' For TicketsHuffington Post UK
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Arsenal set to pip Manchester City to French wonderkid Ismael Bennacer
The Gunners have fended off competition from Manchester City to land the 17-year-old, who currently plays for French third division side AC Arles-Avignon. City were favourites to capture Bennacer with reports in his homeland claiming he had agreed ...
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French coming to Crimea does not thaw diplomatic ice
A totally French restaurant in the heart of Moscow. Cameras, journalists, more than 120 people, French snacks and wine on the restaurant's bill. Laughter. The clinking of glasses. Only the French language is heard. It was in these surroundings that a ...
Crimea Visit Spotlights Kremlin Sympathies Beyond French FringesRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Italian Lawmakers to Tour Crimea After French MPs VisitSputnik International
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Fabius, visiting Tehran, invites Rouhani to France
DUBAI On the first visit to Iran for 12 years by a French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius conveyed an invitation from President Francois Hollande to Iran's President Hassan Rouhani to visit France in November. If Rouhani accepts, he will be the first ...
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England's health watchdog puts forward new draft guidance to improve the care of adults in their last few days of life.
A leading bookmaker is refusing to take bets on which artist will record the next James Bond theme song after one customer tried to place a £15,000 wager on Radiohead being selected.
Germany’s patience and brinkmanship, while exploiting mistakes made by the Athens government under Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, led the way to a Berlin consensus.
The BBC's John Maguire reports on how new mobile phone technology could be helping with the reintroduction of printed photos.
An eight-year-old boy in America becomes the youngest recipient of a double hand transplant.
A marketing pitch has swayed hundreds of young British Muslims into believing the Islamic State's utopian vision.