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Son de cloche de la Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris
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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris.

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L'hôtel Lutetia, lieu de mémoire de Paris, ferme pour rénovation
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Le Lutetia, emblématique hôtel art déco qui a abrité les services de renseignement allemands pendant l'occupation puis les déportés de retour des camps, ferme ses portes ce lundi pour trois ans de travaux afin de conserver sa place sur le marché très …

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After Sen. Hutto's legislation, alligator meat gaining popularity as …
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David Young, owner of Roastfish & Cornbread in Hilton Head, said the restaurant typically sells 20 to 25 pounds of gator a week during the summer. He said few places in Hilton Head sell gator meat, but the food is popular among tourists, especially …

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Prime Pak Foods Recalls Chicken Tenders
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Washington, DC (WLTX) — Prime Pak Foods is recalling approximately 24,000 pounds of fully cooked chicken breast products because of misbranding and undeclared allergens. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service …

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Food for Fashion show to highlight issue of hunger
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To highlight the issue of hunger facing thousands of children in the region, the Food Bank for Westchester is hosting a live runway show Thursday featuring fashions made from food products. The Food for Fashion show will bring to the runway designs …

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Après 10 mois éprouvants, les quatre journalistes ex-otages en …
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Paris (AFP) – Les quatre journalistes français ex-otages en Syrie ont enfin retrouvé leurs familles et la France dimanche après dix mois d'une éprouvante captivité aux mains d'un groupe jihadiste, enfermés dans des sous-sols et dans des conditions …

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La “Promenade Printanière” sur Central Plaza (Disneyland Paris, Swing into Spring)
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Plus d’infos sur http://papacitoyen.reves-connectes.com.

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Chefs add pizzazz to aam aadmi veggies
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Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef and food stylist, Michael Swamy, speaks up for this new tribe of chefs, who are going back to their roots when he says, "We are so busy keeping up with the Joneses that we have stopped tapping our vast wealth of vegetables.

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