Millions of tons of pure hydrogen have been found underneath the earth in Northern France, prompting interest in a renewables gold rush of the rarest kind.
Concern is mounting in the French capital over the latest wave of illegal immigrants to head from the Italian island of Lampedusa to northern Europe, with Parisian residents worrying about their own security.
A number of outlets are reporting recent news from France regarding the safety (or lack thereof) of cell phones.
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European countries are initiating emergency evacuation plans for the their citizens currently in Niger, following last Friday's coup events which saw the country's military leadership declare President Mohamed Bazoum removed from power, overthrown by
"L'Etat, c'est moi" "I am the state" Louis XIV is supposed to have said.
French Riots Show That Decades Of Mass "Colonizing Immigration" Could Lead To "Collapse", Says Former Head Of French Counter-Intel Agency g
Cops in France have been granted the authority to remotely activate a suspect's cellphone camera, microphone and GPS, after the passage of a provision in a wider "justice reform bill" on Wednesday night
Driving through what my sister-in-law calls la France morte--the France that is dead--my wife and I were struck by the peculiar gloom of so many of the small country towns that would once have provided services for the farmers of the surrounding ag
- vehicles, public spaces in ongoing nationwide riots
Gen. McInerney Issues URGENT Warning: France Riots are Blueprint for US
French police should be able to spy on suspects by remotely activating the camera, microphone and GPS of their phones and other devices, lawmakers agreed late Wednesday.
At some point, the chickens come home to roost. That is an eternal truth.
France has been on fire for a week.
In France, a storm is brewing (again), and French President Emmanuel Macron appears to have figured it all out it's social media and video games that are to blame for the ongoing riots in France!