As a symbol of their devotion, hundreds of loves truck couples attach locks on the Ponts Des Arts bridge tossing away the keys into the River Seine.
French Man Trapped In His Out Of Control Renault Running At 125mph Crossed In To Belgium Before Running Out of Fuel!
All 36-year-old Frank Lecerf of Pont-de-Metz in the north of France, wanted to go to the supermarket and ended up driving through Calais and Dunkirk and across the border into Belgium coming to a stop in a ditch in the town of Alveringem!
Now that’s some grocery shopping!
What actually happened was that on his way to the weekly grocery shopping, his Renault Laguna developed some sort of a malfunction. He was going 60 miles an hour when the car’s speed dial jammed. He tried to brake but instead of slowing, the car sped up and it sped up more and more every time he tried braking eventually getting stuck at the harrowing speed of 125 mph!
There is also a wide speculation of the fact that the military attack on Mali is yet another attempt of taking over a country rich in its natural resources with petroleum being one of them. The country could provide a strategic route to the Western/European markets mainly through Algeria.
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French mayor Stephane Gatignon has entered the 4th day of hunger strike to demand emergency funding for his impoverished town. He wants France’s cash-strapped government to grant emergency funds to save his town.
No more cash or cards to pay for groceries no problem.
Runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest will return to UK after a French court granted him extradition. Magistrates in Bordeaux approved of the extradition request during a very short hearing. Forrest, 30, was represented by his lawyer Daniel Lalanne and did not come out to the court himself.
Do you believe in true love? If you don’t, then listen to Sam Lloyd and Adrian Bowers’ story. Both students of University of Bath took part in the 2004 Paris Hitch which was a charity race to the French capital.
They went in pairs, dressed as a bride and groom, and guess what! Eight years later they tied the knot for real.
Hours after Syria President Bashar al-Assad told U.N. that military operations against protesters had stopped; U.S. President Barack Obama has called for the removal of Assad once and for all. World leaders in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Turkey and more also joined in on the call. MORE
A man grabbed French President Nicolas Sarkozy and yanked him nearly to the ground on Thursday during an appearance in southwestern France, as bells tolled in the background in the town of Brax, about 70 miles from Toulouse. MORE