McDonald's, Burger King Food Gets Lower on Fats

McDonald's, Burger King Food Gets Lower on Fats

A new study conducted in the University Of Minnesota School Of Public Health has highlighted a surprise fact that the five major US food giants, namely McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, Jack in the

San Francisco Author’s Tweeted Novel Published in Paper

San Francisco Author’s Tweeted Novel Published in Paper

Matt Stewart, the San Francisco author reportedly published his entire 300-page novel, "The French Revolution", on Twitter as a string of nearly 5,000 tweets.

French Officer Drowned in Goa’s Hotel: Authorities Accounted For Negligence

French Officer Drowned in Goa’s Hotel: Authorities Accounted For Negligence

On Tuesday, a French Naval Officer, Orlati Vincent David aged 25, drowned in a hotel's swimming pool, located in the village Anjuna, along its coast.

Labor Minister Eric Woerth Hit by New Allegations

Labor Minister Eric Woerth Hit by New Allegations

On Wednesday, new claims have been made against Labor Minister Eric Woerth, who is already assaulted by a number of corruption cases.

France Approves Ban on Burqa

France Approves Ban on Burqa

The lower house of the Parliament of France has approved a ban on wearing burqa (attire that is believed to protect values of Muslim Community) or something like that in Islamic styles.

Bastille Day Celebrated, But Not with Zeal and Zest

Bastille Day Celebrated, But Not with Zeal and Zest

Despite the leaden thunderstorms, new accusations in a conflict-of-interest scandal and controversy pertaining to President Nicolas Sarkozy's special invitees, Bastille Day was celebrated yesterday

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Sailing World Record

Francois Gabart, an engineer by trade, used his skill, strategy and hard work to circumnavigate the world in record time.

Senior military and French government officials have been found complicit in the 1994 genocide in Rwanda that claimed the lives of over 800,000 people.

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Mobile Phone Ban

Students from the middle, junior and public schools in France will be banned from using mobile phones by the government in their learning institutions.