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Hollande has made statements supportive of lifting Russian sanctions.

France opts in favour of Russia before the Parisian tragedy

The French leader Francois Hollande had announced on the 5th of January during his interview for the France Inter Radio about his willingness to lift the EU sanctions against Russia.

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Twitter's #JesuisCharlie Hashtag Map

Twitter's #JesuisCharlie Hashtag Map

#jesuischarlie

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Islamic Extremism in Germany?

Islamic Extremism in Germany?

The truth and facts about the extent of Islamic extremism in Germany

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A Conservative Revolution in France?

A Conservative Revolution in France?

Le Suicide Français (the French Suicide) is the title of the book currently at the top of the bestsellers’ list in France. Its author, Eric Zemmour, a famous journalist and polemicist, expresses the anxieties of the French society that feels uncomfortable in a world of globalisation.

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This infographic made by Statista (Statista.com) shows where Christmas is more appreciated in Europe.

Europeans are looking forward to Christmas

Christmas is more appreciated in northern Europe, but the situation is different in France

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The Memory Culture of Europeans reflects how deeply divided Europe was during World War One

European Memory Culture and World War One

In 2014, the entire European continent commemorates the centenary of the Great War. Analysing national approaches to this anniversary and World War One in general shows great differences between the European states.

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Scene from the Exhibition in the Valley of the Temples in Sicily

In memory of Igor Mitoraj

The life and work of a great European sculptor

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The 10 Most Secret Places in Paris

The 10 Most Secret Places in Paris

Discover Europe!

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Brittany, including Loire-Atlantique, with its capital city Naoned / Nantes.

Democracy for Scotland: “What about us?” asks Brittany

With a territory the size of Denmark, 5 million inhabitants, and a GDP that could be a lot higher, (the Loire-Atlantique would represent 40% of Brittany’s GDP), the reunified region would hold a lot of strength within France.

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The "No Mistrals for Putin" campaign is growing exponentially.

Sale of Mistrals to Putin May Cost France €11.3 Billion

Is Hollande ready to sacrifice much bigger military-industrial contracts in order to save the Mistral deal with Putin?

Dimitri Halby on

Strasbourg - The Pearl of Alsace

Strasbourg - The Pearl of Alsace

The Pearl of Alsace and the Heart of the United Europe

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The French language is spoken by 238 million people worldwide, and by 24% of the EU's population (as a first, or second language).

The Origins of the French Language

From the Celtic language, through Latin, Frankish, Langue D'oil, Langue D'oc and Francien, the French language has had many influences from many parts of Europe.

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Hundreds of Young Europeans will meet in Paris for a week of workshops aiming to create a more conscious European society.

International Youth Forum: “Greater Europe Meetings: Paris 2014”

The Youth Association for a Greater Europe are hosting an international youth forum in order to make Europe more united, by getting young Europeans together for a series of workshops.

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France aims to lead by example

France aims to lead by example

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Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

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Global Minimum Wages

Global Minimum Wages

17 of the 26 top countries for Minimum Wages in the World are European

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France - from a different point of view

France - from a different point of view

How good is your imagination?

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Political change in France: what consequences for Europe?

Political change in France: what consequences for Europe?

In the surprising and turbulent aftermath of its recent municipal elections, is France politically lining up with the populist trend sweeping Europe?

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Tourism in Europe

Tourism in Europe

Current state, recent trends, changes driven by the crisis

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The Great War’s Legacy

The Great War’s Legacy

A Century Later - How Do We Remember World War I?

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The UK - France Summit

The UK - France Summit

New perspectives and division on the European political arena

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Liberty Leading the People by Eugène Delacroix (1830) celebrates the July Revolution (Louvre-Lens Museum)

Using Culture for Political Purposes

A Famous Painting Could Create a Serious Dispute Between Two French Ministers.

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Rebel in northern Central African Republic

France stands up for Human Rights in the Central African Republic

France and its leading role against human rights abuse in the ex-colony of Central African Republic

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Euroscepticism: a trust crisis in the EU

Euroscepticism: a trust crisis in the EU

A general growing mistrust is spreading all across Europe and countries like UK are seriously rethinking their position inside the EU.

Andreea Cristina Apostol on

Europe is tasty!

Europe is tasty!

Europe has one of the richest cuisines in the world. Pasta, Pizza, Gyros, the Mediterranean seafood, the French Madeleine, or the awesome Pub Foods in UK, they're all so appealing. Of…

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The French deportation of a Roma student

The French deportation of a Roma student

For the past three weeks, a very divisive topic has occupied French public opinion.

Christos Mouzeviris on

Roma population around Europe, estimates

The Roma in Europe - The French Experience

Immigration of Romanian and Bulgarian Romani people to France stir up a long-lasting heated debate

Desislava Slavcheva on

Research in Europe - In search of research

Research in Europe - In search of research

The state of research activities in Europe: rank, ethics and prospects

Andreea Cristina Apostol on

Is the crisis over in Europe?

Is the crisis over in Europe?

Last week, during a visit to Japan, Hollande assured the hosts that Europe is a perfectly safe place to invest. "What you need to understand here in Japan is that the …

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Throughout history the Mediterranean has been at the centre of events, it's political and economic structures have been shaped by them and equally - they have been influencing them.

The Challenges of Europe and the Mediterranean

The "barometer of world politics" has a lot to teach us about the biggest political, economic and security issues facing Europe and the World.

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