German, French Ministers Visit Moldova, Georgia
Associated Press. The French and German foreign ministers are making a joint visit to Moldova and Georgia, former Soviet republics that have breakaway regions with Russian-speaking populations, as tensions simmer over Russia's intentions in Ukraine.
French, German FMs to Visit TbilisiCivil Georgia
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Legendary rock group Led Zeppelin make public two previously unheard recordings.
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Anger and questions swirled as residents in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk buried three men killed in a gunfight at a roadblock on Sunday.
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654 - Making Maps of France (Nudge, Nudge)
Big Think (blog)
The chaotic collage of cheerful colours and big childlike eyes and grins is arranged in a familiar, hexagonal shape: the contours of France. The westernmost tip of Brittany is marked by what looks like a pair of ears, or perhaps wings – blue in any case.
What do the Bard's favourite haunts look like today?