French side Racing Metro visit Murrayfield tomorrow night as Edinburgh look to avenge last week’s defeat in the […]
Three children and a teacher have been killed following a shooting at a Jewish School in Toulouse. The […]
Ireland 17 – France 17, Six Nations Match report By Alessandro Brunelli Blood, sweat and tears were all […]
by Tina Charon and Patrick McPartlin
For the moment the US, UK and France are continuing air strikes against the country. A second raid was lead early this morning and destroyed a building in Libya’s capital Tripoli. The building was one of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s command centres. US officials have said that Colonel Gaddafi himself was not a target of the air strikes.
The Arab League, Russia and China have condemned the attacks. Arab League General Secretary Amr Mussa said, “What has happened in Libya differs from the goal of imposing a no-fly zone. What we want is the protection of civilians.” He has also announced that an emergency meeting of the 22-member Arab league is about to be set up.
By Shane de Barra It’s game on at Twickenham in two weeks time when England and France, the […]
by Simon Black President Sarkozy and Prime Minister Cameron at the Anglo-French Summit, 2010 What is supposed to […]
by Tony Gougeon [picapp align=”left” wrap=”false” link=”term=protests+france+2010+petrol&iid=9959582″ src=”http://view1.picapp.com/pictures.photo/image/9959582/placard-which-reads-more/placard-which-reads-more.jpg?size=500&imageId=9959582″ width=”234″ height=”156″ /] France has been facing one of its […]
by Wendy Wan Some 70,000 horses are eaten in France every year, with an estimated 4.7 million believed […]
Twenty of the world’s influential leaders meet this week in London at the Excel Centre on the banks […]
By Stewart Primrose The RBS Six Nations tournament kicks off this weekend and is set to be one […]
Scottish Member of the European Parliament Alyn Smith (SNP) joins in the criticism of the UK’s plan to […]