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The Yellow Line
After Arnauld Montebourg, Minister for Industry, Benoît Hamon, Minister of Education, and Aurélie Philipetti, Minister of Culture, publicly expressed their opposition to (...)
Calais: The migrants’ life of indignity
"For these exiled people, who are fleeing misery and wars, the hope of crossing the sea will always be the strongest." On 2nd September, France’s Interior Minister Bernard (...)
A race for life
Every day, every night, a deluge of metal and fire pelts the over-populated buildings, decimating the civilian population. The children in Gaza are the targets of an occupying (...)
The Essence of the Strike
All of the French cultural economy is being rocked by a massive strike by artists of all disciplines and their attendant technicians in protest against a bill that undermines (...)
Welcome to a New "l’Humanité"
L’Humanité is up against several challenges. First the difficulty for newspapers to sail through the current economic maelstrom, then the fast changes as regards access to modes (...)

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