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Hassan Diab in Ottowa in 2011.
16/11/2014 - France - Canada - Middle East

Lebanese-Canadian charged with 1980 Paris synagogue bombing

The Canadian academic accused of the 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue has been charged in France after being deported from Montreal.
The scene of the bombing near the synagogue in the rue Copernic in 1980
14/11/2014 - France - Canada - Lebanon

Canada to extradite 1980 Paris synagogue bombing suspect Hassan Diab

Canada is to extradite a Lebanese-Canadian academic accused of being behind a bombing outside a Paris synagogue in 1980 to France.
03/11/2014 - France - Canada

Hollande in Canada to boost French trade

President François Hollande is in Canada, the first visit by a French leader in 25 years, on a visit where the focus is on research and trade co operation as well as climate change ...
Dental care.
05/09/2014 - France - Canada -Netherlands

Dutch dentist accused of mutilating French patients arrested in Canada

A fugitive Dutch dentist accused of mutilating dozens of French patients has been arrested in Canada. French prosecutors are seeking his extradition to France.

Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Palme d'Or winner for "Winter Sleep", Cannes, 24 May
26/05/2014 - Cannes Film Festival 2014

Nuri Bilge Ceylan's 'Winter Sleep' is not what it seems

For its closing movie this year, Cannes changed its habits and showed a classic, A Fistful of Dollars – Un Pugno Pieno di Dollari of 1964, considered to be the first Spaghetti Western.
Gilles Jacob waves goodbye to the Cannes Film Festival de Cannes after 37 years of organising
25/05/2014 - Cannes Film Festival 2014

Turkish politics, hugs, whale bones, entranced dancing … Cannes Film Festival 2014 highlights

From magical cinema to politics and emotion at the awards ceremony, here are some of my highlights from Cannes 2014:

Xavier Dolan is overcome with emotion on receiving the Cannes Jury Prize along with Jean-Luc Godard
25/05/2014 - Cannes Film Festival 2014

Mommy wins Canada’s wunderkind Dolan Cannes recognition

Cinema's Canadian wunderkind Xavier Dolan shared the Cannes Film Festival’s Jury Prize with veteran Jean-Luc Godard.
The right size-  trains at Paris's Gare du Nord station
21/05/2014 - France

Red faces at French rail companies over too-wide trains

France’s rail network is to spend at least 50 million euros to reduce the size of 1,300 platforms after realising that new trains are too wide

The identikit picture of the bombing suspect
16/05/2014 - France - Canada - Middle East

Canadian court backs extradition of Paris synagogue bombing suspect

A Canadian court has upheld a decision to extradite a professor of Lebanese origin accused of bombing a Paris synagogue in 1980 to France.
Piglets in Poland - 90 per cent of young pigs die once they've caught PED
04/05/2014 - France - America - Japan

France bans American, Japanese pig imports over deadly diarrhoea

France has banned imports of live pigs and pig semen from the US, Canada, Mexico and Japan to prevent the spread of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea virus (PED) which has killed millions of pigs and pushed ...
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