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Women's Rugby World Cup : in a one-sided game, South Africa beats Uganda during the Rugby Africa Women's Cup

South Africa’s Springbok Women ended the game on top with a winning score of 89-5, beating Lady Cranes of Uganda on Friday 9th of August in Johannesburg, South Africa. The 2019 Rugby Africa Women's Cup, a qualifier for the 2021 Women's Rugby World...

Buddha, the Golden Legend, at Guimet Museum

In 1889 French Industrialist Emile Guimet founded the Museum which bears his name at Place d'Iena where it still stands with many famous collections of Asian art in its reserves. Curator Sophie Makariou, president of the museum and Thierry Zéphir,...

Tutankhamun : Priceless Treasures Return to Paris for the first time since 1967

Legendary young Pharoah, Tutankhamun, known as the Golden Pharoah, is celebrated by the show displaying 150 precious artefacts, of which 50 have never left Egypt before. Tutankhamun, whose tomb was discovered by British archeologist and Egyptologist...

BACK SIDE Dos à la Mode

As Fashion Museum Galliera is closed for renovation, the temporary venue is at Bourdelle Sculpture Museum in the 15th arrondissement of Paris. Alexandre Samson, curator of the show, explained that the history of fashion attributes the nouvel view of...

The benefits of meditation

Conference on the benefits of meditation based on Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist Gelugpa teachings. Although the conference was open to the public at large to discover meditation, the methods expounded were based on Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist Gelugpa...

Crédit Municipal de Paris, Paris’s oldest financial institution

History of Crédit Municipal de Paris, from 17th Century to ACPR regulation. Crédit Municipal de Paris was previously known as Mont-de-Piété and it is Paris’s oldest financial institution. In fact, the house has been making use of pawnbroking since...

The Paris Bourse, from floor trading to electronic exchange

For most of the players on the financial market, the stock market is the most promising sector. It is suitable for most investors and they can earn profits according to the size of their investment. Investments vehicles can be diversified depending...

South Africa, Guy Tillem and Henri Cartier-Bresson at the HCB foundation in Le Marais, Paris

As the exibition devoted to Martine Franck draws to a close, the Henri Cartier-Bresson foundation prepares for three new exhibitions devoted first to South African Guy Tillem, and then a choice of Henri Cartier-Bresson's early works, together with...

First Major French Retrospective Victor Vasarely at Centre Pompidou, Paris

Victor Vasarely (1906-1997) is a unique artist in the history of 20th century art. From his birth in Hungary to his death in France - the artist, famous during his lifetime, distinguished himself in contemporary art with the creation of a new...

Contaminations, documenting pollution of world-wide natural resources

After Me The Deluge, at the Galerie Fait & Cause, 58 rue Quincampoix 75004 Paris until 23 February 2019. The show of photographer and film maker Samuel Bollendorff focuses on the pollution of natural resources around the globe : forests, soil,...
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La CEDH condamne la violation de la liberté d’expression : les explications

 

Dans cette affaire, deux policiers syndiqués sont attaqués par un maire pour leurs propos.