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France fans finally able to buy new team jerseys

One month after France’s World Cup victory, fans are finally able to get their hands on the team’s new jerseys featuring two stars.

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Wait continues for France fans looking to buy new jerseys

France fans hoping to buy their team’s new jerseys at the Nike store on the Champs-Elysees in Paris are sorely disappointed: the shirts sporting two stars for the team’s two World Cup victories are nowhere to be seen.

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Today in History for August 15th

(15 Aug 2018) Highlights of this day in history: Allies mark VJ-Day as World War II effectively ends; Woodstock begins; France’s Napoleon Bonaparte born; India gains independence; Blast hits Omagh, N. Ireland; ‘The Wizard of Oz’ premieres in Hollywood. (Aug. 15)

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Barrel organ festival fills Prague with old music

Two dozen barrel organ players displayed their skills in Prague’s city centre within an eight-day festival that has attracted virtuosos from across Europe. Organ grinders from Austria, France, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland and the Czech Republic offered music ranging from Mozart or Verdi to ABBA. The festival will continue in other Czech towns and cities, with more players due to take part.

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(14 Aug 2018) Here’s the latest for Tuesday August 14th: A bridge linking Italy with France collapsed killing 22 people, London police arrest a man they say crashed a car outside Parliament, Report on Priest abuse, Baby Gibbon born in Prague.

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Search continues in France for German swept away by floodwaters

Two Germans have been charged for causing unintentional injury and endangering the lives of others after they brought a group of teenagers to an unauthorised campsite in southern France, where a man was swept away by floods, French prosecutors said on Saturday.

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French beaches are catering for people with disabilities

The beach in Fort-Mahon, in the north of France, prides itself on being an accessible beach for people with disabilities. It has been recognised by the ‘Handiplage’ label, which awards communities with dedicated measures in place for the disabled. At this beach people can hire Tiralos, specially-designed beach chairs for people with reduced mobility, which can be used on land and in water. Around the beach there are flat pavements with no curbs, and plenty of disabled parking spaces nearby too. There are 75 beaches in France which have been recognised by the ‘Handiplage’ label.

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French winemakers begin harvest after torrid summer

Torrid temperatures across much of France have made the past few weeks unbearable for many, but with grape harvests kicking off this week, some winemakers are already hard at work.

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Divers look for downed drone near Macron’s French holiday home

Army and police troops at French President Emmanuel Macron’s holiday home in Bormes-les-Mimosas, France, search for a drone after it reportedly fell into the sea the day before. IMAGES