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High noon for French haute gastronomy: France seeks foreign help to inspire its young chefs

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After centuries of being respected as the modern birthplace of gastronomy and the apex of cooking, France plans to send chefs abroad to improve their cuisine culture to improve traditional fare served up at home.

Exclusive: Michel hopes apparent Israeli attack on Iran will bring ‘end’ to escalation

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The president of the European Council hopes Friday's apparent Israeli retaliation will be the last in the recent escalation with Iran and believes the next "hours and days" will be critical.

Books Bound in Human Skin: An Ethical Quandary at the Library

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Harvard’s recent decision to remove the binding of a notorious volume in its library has thrown fresh light on a shadowy corner of the rare book world.

What is the #MeTooStandUp campaign and how is it shaking up the French comedy scene?

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The #MeTooStandUp campaign, which denounces sexist and sexual violence in the world of comedy, plans to shake things up. Because sexual and sexist harassment is no laughing matter.

Qatar Says It Is Reviewing Its Mediator Role as Israel-Hamas Talks Stall

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Qatar’s prime minister has said that his government is reviewing its role as a key mediator between Israel and Hamas after criticism by U.S. and Israeli officials, who have urged it to exert more pressure on the Palestinian armed group to reach a ...

Paris public transport will double in price during the Olympics. Here’s how to avoid paying extra

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If you’re planning to be in Paris for the 2024 Olympics, investing in a transport pass could save time and money.

Why are artists dropping out of The Great Escape music şenlik – and how is Barclays bank involved?

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Half of the line-up of one of the UK's best festivals has signed a statement demanding The Great Escape drop their sponsorship with Barclays bank. Here's why.

Heightened security expected at Eurovision as protests and terror threats mount

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Swedish police state that the security protocols will be "rigorous" for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest next month - one of the most controversial editions in recent memory.

UAE fights to recover from unprecedented floods

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Dubai airport has partially reopened to flights after its runways were inundated with rain.

As France slashes its culture budget, how do other European countries compare?

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Euronews Culture takes a look at how the prospected budget cuts to France's culture sector line up with the UK and other European nations.

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