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Live Commentary for Thursday 23 March 2017

This is the Live Commentary for Thursday March the 23rd, 2017. Today is the 82nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 283 days left till the end of the year. Today in history: On this day… Continue reading →

Live Commentary for Wednesday 22 March 2017

This is the Live Commentary for Wednesday March the 22nd, 2017. Today is the 81st day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 284 days left till the end of the year. Today in history… On this day… Continue reading →

Ban and Business

How important business is…

In remembrance…

A few days ago, Novermber 13, was the first anniversary of the Paris attacks.

After the attack, Emmanuelle’s pupils decided to write poems about it. Emmanuelle promised to put them at Place de la République in Paris. To thank them, I realized this video that I would like to share with you…

Jean-Marc

“La Braderie de Lille” is cancelled!

‘La Braderie de Lille’, the biggest flea market in Lille won’t be held this years because of security fears. Lille’s mayor, Martine Aubry, said in an emotional press conference that cancelling La Braderie had been a “painful decision” but it… Continue reading →

A sad 14th of July…

France is in mourning following the carnage in Nice. On Thursday evening, I was with some friends, old and new, in Lille Esplanade. A large crowd had gathered to watch the customary Bastille Day Fireworks. The firework display duly started… Continue reading →

SILENCE IS GOLDEN

They say it’s better to be silent but I hate silence, even if it’s in respect for the victims of violence. It’s full of unspoken things. I prefer talking, but about what? About the fear and anger that I guess… Continue reading →

Today, Tuesday the twenty-second of March 2016

Today is Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016. It is the 80th day of this leap year in the Gregorian Calendar. There are 284 days remaining until the end of the year. Today in history: 1945 – The Arab League is founded…. Continue reading →

Driving 400 miles through the night for Paris victims

A pianist drove 400 miles through the night to pay tribute to Paris attack victims. The man who played John Lennon’s Imagine on a grand piano outside the Bataclan theatre says he felt it was his “duty” to pay tribute… Continue reading →

The Paris Carnage: Q&A

Yesterday evening’s ruthless indiscriminate attacks on civilians in Paris has brought about waves of condemnation from across the world. Here is a summary of what has happened so far, mostly taken from the Guardian and BBC reports….

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