Labor Dispute Protests in France Turn Violent

Labor Dispute Protests in France Turn Violent

In France, on April 17, 2016, the peaceful “Nuit Deout” (Rise Up at Night) protests turned violent. According to the French Interior Ministry, as of March 31, there were 100 people arrested due to conflicts with the police. To date, 400 people have been arrested since the beginning of the protests on March 31. The peaceful demonstrations began in order to protest France’s […]

Albert Schweitzer: Physician, Philosopher, and Philanthropist for the Ages

Albert Schweitzer: Physician, Philosopher, and Philanthropist for the Ages

Albert Schweitzer, who lived from Jan. 14, 1875 – Sept. 4, 1965, was a German-French musician, theologian, philosopher, physician, and philanthropist for the ages. He was born in the province of Kaysersberg, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany, which is now Haut-Rhin, France, at the time of the German Empire. However, Schweitzer considered himself French and wrote most of […]

Passengers Questioned About Air France Flight Bomb Threat

Passengers Questioned About Air France Flight Bomb Threat

Flight 463 bound for Paris was forced to divert its route due a bomb threat on Dec. 20, 2015. According to CBCNews, the flight left Mauritius, an East African Country, and made an emergency landing in the Moi International Airport in Mombasa, Kenya. In Kenya, the police have begun questioning six passengers. One of which […]

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