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Morade Azzouz

Paris museums move artworks to safety as Seine river keeps rising

Jun 03 2016

PARIS The Louvre and Orsay museums in Paris moved scores of artworks and precious artifacts to safety and soldiers evacuated residents trapped in some of the French capital's suburbs as the rain-swollen river Seine hit its highest level in 30 years. | Video

Thousands evacuated, two dead, as France declares flood emergency

Jun 02 2016

PARIS/LONGJUMEAU, France Torrential rain forced thousands of people from their homes south of Paris while the River Seine surged to its highest level for over 30 years in the French capital, shutting down the famed Louvre and Orsay museums and a metro line. | Video

Hundreds of thousands protest at French labor reforms

Mar 31 2016

PARIS Hundreds of thousands of workers and high-school students joined protest marches across France on Wednesday to challenge plans to loosen the country's protective labor laws that unions say favor businesses. | Video

French far-right eyes big gains in regional vote after Nov. 13 attacks

Dec 06 2015

PARIS/HENIN-BEAUMONT France voted in high-stakes regional elections on Sunday, just three weeks after deadly Islamic State militant attacks in Paris that could bring strong gains for the far-right National Front. | Video

'Wrong place, right people' - heroes of the French train shooting

Aug 23 2015

LILLE, France/LOS ANGELES A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. On Saturday, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was treated for knife wounds in a hospital in France and applauded by world leaders for foiling what officials called an attempted terrorist attack.

"Wrong place, right people" - heroes of the French train shooting

Aug 22 2015

LILLE, France/LOS ANGELES A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. On Saturday, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was treated for knife wounds in a hospital in France and applauded by world leaders for foiling what officials called an attempted terrorist attack.

'Wrong place, right people' - heroes of the French train shooting

Aug 22 2015

LILLE, France/LOS ANGELES A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. On Saturday, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was treated for knife wounds in a hospital in France and applauded by world leaders for foiling what officials called an attempted terrorist attack.

'Wrong place, right people': heroes of the French train shooting

Aug 22 2015

LILLE, France/LOS ANGELES A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. On Saturday, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was treated for knife wounds in a hospital in France and applauded by world leaders for foiling what officials called an attempted terrorist attack.

"Wrong place, right people" - heroes of the French train shooting

Aug 22 2015

LILLE, France A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. By Saturday, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was recovering from knife wounds in a hospital in France, being thanked for foiling what the French government called an attempted terrorist attack.

"Wrong place, right people" - heroes of the French train shooting

Aug 22 2015

LILLE, France, Aug 22 A day ago he was just another tourist on a train. By Saturday, U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone was recovering from knife wounds in a hospital in France, being thanked for foiling what the French government called an attempted terrorist attack.

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