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French police arrest alleged terror suspect at major railway station

French police arrest alleged terror suspect at major railway station

French authorities on Sunday May 20th identified the man arrested in Marseille with electrical equipment that could be used to make an explosive device as a 48-year-old Bulgarian.

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The key to making the most of your assignment abroad

The key to making the most of your assignment abroad

Learn more about what employers can do to best support expat workers and their families.

 
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France rolls out new compulsory car tests today: What you need to know

France rolls out new compulsory car tests today: What you need to know

The new compulsory car tests that come into force on Sunday will be stricter, more expensive and longer.

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International School of Paris is prepared for mass Brexodus

International School of Paris is prepared for mass Brexodus

In “a lucky coincidence,” the school will be opening a new state-of-the-art middle school campus just as many companies begin preparing for Brexodus.

 
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French, US fire backs advance against Isis in east Syria

French, US fire backs advance against Isis in east Syria

Arab and Kurdish fighters were advancing on Sunday against the Islamic State group in eastern Syria thanks to close artillery support from allied American and French forces, a monitor said.

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Learn French in Switzerland: A fully immersive experience

Learn French in Switzerland: A fully immersive experience

Hiking in the Swiss Alps, visiting local chocolate factories, wine-tastings, jazz festivals and car shows are not part of your typical language course. Unless, that is, it’s an Alpadia language course.

 
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How foreigners in France fall victim to being conned by fellow expats
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How foreigners in France fall victim to being conned by fellow expats

Why do so many expats in France fall victim to being ripped off by rogue tradespeople from their own country?

These 15 French companies are looking for 50,000 new full-time employees

These 15 French companies are looking for 50,000 new full-time employees

Looking for a job in France? Here’s a few thousand to choose from.

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French property of the week: Charming farmhouse with 34 acres in the heart of France

French property of the week: Charming farmhouse with 34 acres in the heart of France

Fancy a stunning farmhouse situated in the very heart of France that comes with its own swimming pool, guest house and 34 acres of land?

French language eyes 'le comeback' as Britain leaves EU

French language eyes 'le comeback' as Britain leaves EU

Once upon a time speaking French was easy in Brussels, but things have changed.

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Snow pics: France's most famed sites like you've never seen them before

Snow pics: France's most famed sites like you've never seen them before

Have you ever seen the Iron Lady dressed in white or the Chateau de Chambord and Versailles Palace under a blanket of snow?

Australians in France: How many are there and where do they live?
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Australians in France: How many are there and where do they live?

There are a few thousand Australians in France and probably a few more we don't know about. Here's where you're most likely to find them.

Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés

Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés

Paris comedian Julie Collas sets the record straight about a few of the clichés around Parisians and the city they inhabit.

Britain backs French plan for European defence force

Britain backs French plan for European defence force

Britain is backing a French plan to create a European military intervention force as a way to maintain strong defence ties with the EU after Brexit, a minister told AFP on Saturday.

French court authorises release of 'cursed' Gilliam film

French court authorises release of 'cursed' Gilliam film

A Paris court gave Terry Gilliam the go-ahead Friday to release "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" in cinemas, a victory for the Monty Python member in the long-running legal battle over the apparently cursed film.

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The 43 maps you need to understand Provence and the French Riviera
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The 43 maps you need to understand Provence and the French Riviera

These maps tell the story of one of the most stunning and popular parts of France.