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    The gastronomic bible awarded new stars to 57 restaurants, only two of which have women as chefs. A “Me Too” moment pricks French kitchen culture.
    Rugby-France beat Italy in Six Nations to end winless... France beat Italy in Six Nations to end winless streak 6N: France snaps winless streak beating Italy 34-17 
    Hannibal's five-months journey from North Africa to Europe to fight the Roman Empire is revealed in a new documentary. Experts claim Hannibal led 40,000 men 9,000 horses and 37 elephants.
    Myanmar, Conservationists Collaborating to Save Wild Elephants David Cross defends Transparent star Jeffrey Tambor David Cross defends co-star Jeffrey Tambor 
    The informal meeting of the EU-27 in Brussels is over, but the race for the ambitious deadline set by the European Commission for reaching an agreement on the shape of the 2021-2027 budget by the end of the year is not over, even though the European Council president Donald Tusk
    Modi, Trudeau urge Maldives to restore democratic process EU leaders agree to spend more on migration, defense, security EU leaders resist push for elected Commission chief 
    Imprisoned British-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s release depends on the UK paying a £400 million ($765 million) arms deal debt it owes Iran, according to her husband Richard. The debt is thought to date back to the 1970s. Read Full Article at RT.com
    Lisa Marie Presley's ex claims she is 'lying' about debt Seychelles preserves marine area in $30m debt-for-nature deal Engineer goes old-school to ditch debt 
    The European Union and other international donors pledged more than half-a-billion dollars Friday to support a multi-national military operation in Africa’s vast Sahel region, which has fallen prey to smugglers, human traffickers and terrorists in recent years. Speaking after an international meeting on the Sahel in Brussels, European Union foreign policy
    US donors balk at pope's request for $25M for Rome... US donors balk at pope's request for $25M for Rome hospital Trump stands by campaign pledge of building wall, blames Democrats for stalled immigration debate 
    Italy is heading towards national elections on March 4, with markets looking nervously at the political risk hanging over the country’s public debt. With 130% of debt-to-GDP ratio, the Eurozone’s third economy presents a major challenge. Italian bond yields jumped by 10 bps to 2.09% this Friday, 23rd of February.
    Italy faces the prospect of Mafia involvement in the forthcoming elections 10 super-rich people dominate giving to super PACs active in midterm elections for Congress Trump at CPAC: 2nd Amendment, tax cuts at risk if Dems take power 
    “The Chorus Singers,” worth nearly $1 million, was taken from a museum in Marseille. Customs officials found the artwork in the bus’s luggage compartment.
    Hunt to find the owners of 2000 work boots AP Top Stories February 23 P Stolen Degas painting found on a bus near Paris 
    Following the announcement by European Commissioner Pierre Moscovici that the EU will be taxing digital behemoths where they make money – rather than where they are headquartered – Britain follows. The very week Brexit Secretary argued that the UK would not pursue a parasitic spiral of deregulation on the fringes
    Get away from this obsession over digital at all costs Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Roku, Pandora & more Moscovici paves the way for user-based digital tax 
    Italy faces the prospect of mafia meddling in the forthcoming legislative elections of March 4, the Interior Minister Marco Minniti warned on Wednesday. “There is a concrete risk of the mafias conditioning electors’ free vote,” Minniti told the Italian Daily Corriere della Sera. The Minister of Interior noted that there
    France beat Italy 34-17 in Six Nations Six Nations 2018: Mathieu Bastareaud stars as France end eight-game losing streak with 34-17 win over Italy Italian spreads surge as elections come with political risk 
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    Bitcoin and blockchain consume an exorbitant amount of energy. These engineers are trying to change that The Industrial revolution and the textile industry: How Blockchain to make "pink economy" visible, fight LGBT... 
    The Swiss-run International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has called for a cultural shift for the humanitarian aid sector following a series of scandals about sexual misconduct across multiple aid agencies. “This is a watershed moment for the humanitarian sector as a whole. We owe it to the people
    Trump: Syria humanitarian crisis is a disgrace UN to vote on 30-day humanitarian cease-fire in Syria Aid sector needs oversight to stop sex abuse staff... 

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