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11 unique lamps that will light up your day

11 unique lamps that will light up your day

There’s nothing like a little interior design to brighten up a brisk winter day! Here are 11 beautiful - yet affordable - European light fixtures bound to leave you in awe.

 
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'Discover the world in one afternoon': study abroad fair

'Discover the world in one afternoon': study abroad fair

Nearly 5 million students study abroad each year. Here's why you should become one of them – and how the American University of Paris can help you to do it.

 
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Protests in France over 'fake jobs' and 'corrupt' politicians

Protests in France over 'fake jobs' and 'corrupt' politicians

Protesters took aim at presidential hopefuls Francois Fillon and Marine Le Pen on Sunday.

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How to make expat money transfers cheaper and more efficient

How to make expat money transfers cheaper and more efficient

There are many ways to transfer money between countries – how do you choose? For Alicia, after trying several services, the answer was clear.

 
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IN PICTURES: Paris bin that looks like Donald Trump becomes internet sensation

IN PICTURES: Paris bin that looks like Donald Trump becomes internet sensation

The incredible story of the "Donald Trump bin" that was discovered on a Paris street in 2014.

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How US expats can avoid tax trouble in 2017

How US expats can avoid tax trouble in 2017

Don’t let inaction or ignorance about your US tax obligations ruin the New Year.

 
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Four out of five British expats fear Brexit will strip them of rights to live abroad

Four out of five British expats fear Brexit will strip them of rights to live abroad

Most British expatriates in the European Union are chiefly concerned that Brexit will strip them of their rights to live in their adopted country, according to the latest survey published on Wednesday.

Parisian book lover fined for leaving novel on the street for another reader

Parisian book lover fined for leaving novel on the street for another reader

No good deed goes unpunished it seems, as one publicly-spirited Parisian recently learnt when she was hit with a €68 fine for her 'literary littering'.

The best ways to send money abroad: a quick guide

The best ways to send money abroad: a quick guide

Need to send money to family or friends overseas? Have funds in foreign accounts you need to access in your new home? Sending money abroad may be cheaper and faster than you might think.

 
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Becoming an expat: where to start

Becoming an expat: where to start

Making the decision to move abroad isn’t something to be taken lightly. There’s plenty of boxes to be ticked, forms to be filled out, and general planning to be done. But where do you actually start?

 
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Who are all these international students in France and where do they study?

Who are all these international students in France and where do they study?

France is the fourth most popular country in the world for international students, with thousands of Americans, British and Australians coming here to study. Here's what you need to know about them.

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Norway bishop calls on churches to employ paperless migrants

Norway bishop calls on churches to employ paperless migrants

Christian organisations in Norway plan to join a campaign to employ undocumented migrants, despite the threat of fines and imprisonment.

 

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French not required? These are the languages you need to work in France

French not required? These are the languages you need to work in France

French companies are increasingly willing to employ people who don't speak French, and German-speakers are finding themselves in demand, according to new figures.

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