Tag: France

In this Thursday, May 14, 2020 file photo, schoolchildren wait in line to go back in their classroom at the Sainte Aurelie primary school of Strasbourg. (Image by Jean-Francois Badias)

French doctors say 6-year-olds should wear masks when schools restart

French doctors have argued that children as young as six should be required to wear masks as schools across the country prepare to re-open after the summer break on Tuesday. The appeal comes ahead of the return of millions of French schoolchildren to classrooms and amid a spike in coronavirus cases across the country. As it stands, children aged 11 […]

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In this photo provided by the Greek Defense Ministry, warships take part in a military exercise in the eastern Mediterranean sea on Aug. 25. (Greek Defense Ministry/AP)

Europe’s tense standoffs with Turkey and Russia are rising

The brewing crisis in Belarus has sparked fears of an armed Russian intervention. And a standoff in the eastern Mediterranean is pitting Turkey against Greece, Cyprus and France. On Europe’s periphery, tensions involving an array of competing countries are rising. The brewing crisis in Belarus has sparked fears of an armed Russian intervention. And a standoff in the eastern Mediterranean […]

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Coquilles Saint-Jacques (France).

Using Coquilles Saint-Jacques from France as A Christmas Appetizer

Christmas is a good time to try out some good recipes and Coquilles Saint-Jacques from France that is traditionally served on small, cleaned scallop shells will complete your Christmas potluck. Coquilles Saint-Jacques Scallops with herbs and cheese, served in little shells makes a good appetizer, although it can be used as a delicious seafood entrée as well. Coquilles Saint-Jacques is […]

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The Miracles of Jesus Christ.

The Miracles of Jesus Christ

While the crowd was pressing in on Jesus and listening to the word of God, he was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret. And he saw two boats by the lake; but the fishermen had gone out of them and were washing their nets. Getting into one of the boats, which was Simon’s, he asked him to put out a […]

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