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France and Russia to jointly delive...

France and Russia to jointly deliver humanitarian aid to Syria

France and Russia will jointly deliver humanitarian aid to the former Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta, the French Presidency announced Friday, while it was also revealed that Moscow has offered to work with the US on returning Syrian refugees.
Macron's proposed constitutional re...

Macron's proposed constitutional reforms spark concerns

One week into parliamentary debates over French President Emmanuel Macron?s proposed constitutional reforms, concerns are being raised over how the amendments will blur the separation of legislative and executive powers.
Macron aide Benalla detained for st...

Macron aide Benalla detained for striking May Day protester

France's Emmanuel Macron fired the head of his personal security detail Friday but faced criticism for failing to act sooner, after video was released showing the man posing as a police officer and beating a protester while off duty in May.
Neymar rules out move, staying put ...

Neymar rules out move, staying put at Paris Saint-Germain

Brazilian superstar Neymar on Thursday sought to quash speculation about his future, insisting he planned to remain with French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
Parliamentary inquiry announced int...

Parliamentary inquiry announced into violent incident involving Macron aide

A French parliamentary commission will hold an inquiry into an incident involving an aide of the president filmed striking a protester on May 1, it was announced Thursday evening.
Macron under fire after aide filmed...

Macron under fire after aide filmed hitting street protester

One of President Emmanuel Macron?s top security officers was at the centre of a potentially damaging scandal for the French leader on Wednesday after being filmed hitting a protester.

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Knife crime on the rise in London

Knife crime on the rise in London

The homicide rate has surged in the British capital this year. On average, one person is now killed every three days in London. Murder victims are getting younger and often come from underprivileged backgrounds. Knives are almost always the weapon of choice. The government estimates that 70,000 young people in the UK are now members of street gangs. Our team on the ground met with victims' families and others who are trying to stop the violence.
Macron aide Benalla, filmed strikin...

Macron aide Benalla, filmed striking May Day protester, to be fired

Emmanuel Macron has decided to fire the bodyguard caught on camera hitting a May Day protester after ?new facts? emerged about the alleged misdemeanour, his office said on Friday. The aide has also been detained for questioning by police.?New facts that could constitute misdemeanour by Alexandre Benalla were brought to the president?s attention,? an official at the Élysée Palace, the office of the French presidency, told Reuters.
Macron aide Benalla detained for st...

Macron aide Benalla detained for striking May Day protester

France's Emmanuel Macron fired the head of his personal security detail Friday but faced criticism for failing to act sooner, after video was released showing the man posing as a police officer and beating a protester while off duty in May.
Theresa May calls for new deal with...

Theresa May calls for new deal with EU on Irish border

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday called on the European Union to strike a new deal to prevent a hard border in Northern Ireland and demanded Brussels quickly respond to her 'white paper' plan to avoid a damaging no-deal Brexit.
Probe ordered after top Macron secu...

Probe ordered after top Macron security official hits protester

A French parliamentary commission will hold an inquiry into an incident involving an aide to French President Emmanuel Macron who was filmed striking a protester on May 1, it was announced Thursday evening.Alexandre Benalla, one of the French leader?s top security officers, was at the centre of an escalating scandal for Macron on Thursday after being filmed assaulting a street protester during a May Day demonstration in central Paris.
Neymar rules out move, staying put ...

Neymar rules out move, staying put at Paris Saint-Germain

Brazilian superstar Neymar on Thursday sought to quash speculation about his future, insisting he planned to remain with French giants Paris Saint-Germain.

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Tears, then giggles: Honduran baby ...

Tears, then giggles: Honduran baby is back in parents' arms

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (AP) ? A year-old boy who became a poster child for the U.S. policy of separating immigrants and their children was back in the arms of his parents Friday, five months after he was taken from?
The Latest: Doctor fatally shot whi...

The Latest: Doctor fatally shot while on bike treated Bush

HOUSTON (AP) ? The Latest on the shooting of a doctor as he rode his bike. (all times local):
North Dakota seeks federal money fo...

North Dakota seeks federal money for pipeline protest costs

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) ? North Dakota on Friday demanded $38 million from the federal government to reimburse the state for costs associated with policing large-scale and prolonged protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
Jury convicts man in slaying of Uni...

Jury convicts man in slaying of University of Texas student

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) ? A jury on Friday convicted a 20-year-old man in the 2016 slaying of a University of Texas freshman on campus.
Baylor calls claims by former AD in...

Baylor calls claims by former AD in court docs 'baseless'

WACO, Texas (AP) ? Baylor says its former athletic director made "factually baseless assertions" in a court deposition when he claimed regents tried to steer blame for the school's sexual assault scandal to the football team.
Judge: "Great progress" reuniting f...

Judge: "Great progress" reuniting families split at border

SAN DIEGO (AP) ? A federal judge says the Trump administration is making "great progress" toward meeting a Thursday deadline to reunite more than 2,500 children with their families after they were separated at the border.

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A shady spot holds a lot of memorie...

A shady spot holds a lot of memories for the Hunting Club

The Hunting Club membership was gathered in the large round booth in the corner of Doreen?s 24 HR Eat Gas Now Café. It was so hot outside the trees looked as if they were slumped in the heat.
Lures that have gone by the wayside

Lures that have gone by the wayside

Today, let?s talk about those forgotten lures or baits of the past.
AL All Stars defeat NL All Stars in...

AL All Stars defeat NL All Stars in extra innings

Boom or bust. This is what baseball has become ? and that has owners worried.
Raptors, Spurs swap DeRozan for Leo...

Raptors, Spurs swap DeRozan for Leonard

The Kawhi Leonard saga in San Antonio is on the cusp of ending, with the Spurs reaching an agreement in principle on Wednesday to send the 2014 NBA Finals MVP to the Toronto Raptors for All-Star guard DeMar DeRozan.
Paris High School holds volleyball ...

Paris High School holds volleyball camp

Paris High School is holding a volleyball camp in the high school gymnasium this week for girls entering grades 3-9.
Chisum High School begins basketbal...

Chisum High School begins basketball camp

Chisum High School began its boys and girls basketball camp this week held in the middle school gymnasium.

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Bob Tamasy: Thoughts About Positive...

Bob Tamasy: Thoughts About Positive Thinking

For years I've had mixed feelings about positive thinking. Sorry to sound negative, but positive thinking can take you only so far.

The French still love their cigaret...

The French still love their cigarettes. But the once chic image is going up in smoke

PARIS The glamorous image of cool Parisians lighting up Gauloises while lingering at an outdoor cafe may soon go up in smoke. The French government is stubbing out the country's love affair with tobacco.

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