Train travel between France and UK resumes as surprise strike comes to end

Eurostar passenger trains are set to resume services on Friday, while LeShuttle, which carries both vehicles and passengers, is scheduled to return to operation on Thursday night alongside freight trains

Alex Batty: Missing for six years, found in France, reunited with family

The teenager had gone missing in 2017 during a holiday in Spain with his mother and grandfather. The pair, who lacked parental guardianship of Alex, are now wanted in connection with his disappearance but have not yet been located

READ HERE: 15 lessons from Where the Children Take Us, by Nigeria anchor Zain E. Asher

"Where the Children Take Us" is a unique book by CNN Anchor from British Nigeria, Zain E. Asher. In his book, she shared the story of her family destroyed overnight. She also shared his mother's tremendous courage to raise her four kids.

Risca Branch, the Royal British Legion mourns over death of Ira John Ivin

UK: The Nonprofit Organisation Risca Branch, The Royal British Legion, mourned the death of Ira John Ivin, who died on October 20, 1917. He was born in Pontymister in 1887 to Richard and Elizabeth Ivin. The Organisation recalled his life and shared specific facts.

Ayrshire: Maggie Holloway Talks Candidly About Her Menopause Journey

In honour of World Menopause Day yesterday (Wednesday), October 18, 2023, the spotlight turns to Maggie Holloway, a remarkable individual who opens up about her Menopause Journey.

Rimantas Kaukėnas Charitable Foundation commemorates their 20 year ago victory at the European Basketball Championship

Rimantas Kaukėnas Charitable Foundation in Lithuania, yesterday (Thursday), September 21, 2023, had the opportunity for their foundation and community to watch the Golden National team play to commemorate the win of gold medals at the European Basketball Championship held 20 years ago.

San Clemente Garden Club plants Veterans Memorial Rose Garden across their homes

The San Clemente Garden Club and neighbours planted the Veterans Memorial Rose Garden in the Park across their homes on Friday, September 15, 2023, to honour them and mark their contributions during the war.

General of Salvation Army, Lyndon Buckingham, thanked all Salvationists for extending support

The Christian Minister from New Zealand and General of the Salvation Army, Lyndon Buckingham, and his wife, Bronwyn, shared a heartfelt video on his official social media handle to thank all the salvationists and friends for extending their support and congratulations.

Development Academy of Philippines holds Special in-Class Lecture under GSC-226

The Development Academy of the Philippines, through its Security Governance and Diplomacy Cluster, held a Special in-Class Lecture under the GSC-226: National and International Security module for the Master in Public Management major in Development and Security (MPM-DevSec) Batch 21A program last 29 July 2023 on the topic “United Kingdom’s Indo-Pacific Strategy.”

Salvation Army UK and Ireland Territory shares story of their support worker Chis

The Salvation Army United Kingdom and Ireland Territory introduced one of their support workers Chis, who recently met HRH Prince of Whales United Kingdom to launch his new charity Homewards in Sheffield. The Salvation Army recognised and honoured his hard work and shared his story.

UK: RAFC Cranwell hosts dining with Volunteers & Air Cadets

The Royal Air Force Cadets officer, Called Commandant Air Cadets, expressed their gratitude and pleasure at the superb evening yesterday, Monday, July 17, 2023, at the RAFC Cranwell, dining with the Volunteers and Air Cadets from various countries, participating in the International Air Cadet Exchange.

IOM Supports Fiji Government’s commitment to Enhance Border Management & Diaspora Management

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is working closely with the Fiji Government on essential projects to advance Fiji’s border management system, diaspora community engagement, labour mobility, climate-induced mobility and disaster resilience, disability inclusion and migration policy.

Living Church Down and Connor celebrates Fast of St Benedict, abbot and Patron of Europe

Belfast, United Kingdom: The Living Church Down and Connor celebrate the Fast of St Benedict, abbot and Patron of Europe, Today, Tuesday, July 11, 2023, United Kingdom and recognize all his religious beliefs and preachings he performed during his life. 

KNOW HERE: Interesting facts about British Hawker Hurricane Aircraft

The British Embassy in Kyiv introduced their most classic destroyer weapon or Aircraft, the British Hawker Hurricane, which has remained one of the most versatile fighters of the Second World War, found near Kyiv. The United Kingdom then handed them over for a land lease to help the USSR confront Luftwaffe.

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Moldovan Nationals Charged Over Anti-War Graffiti in Paris

On Saturday, June 22, judicial sources revealed that the suspects were apprehended overnight between Thursday and Friday after they were caught painting six red coffins and the slogan "Stop the Death, Mriya, Ukraine" on the walls of Le Figaro

French-Chinese SVOM Satellite Launches to Unravel Cosmic Mysteries of Gamma-Ray Bursts

The French-Chinese SVOM satellite launch signifies a pivotal moment in global space collaboration, poised to enhance our grasp of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). These bursts, born from colossal stellar explosions or compact star mergers, emit energy flashes exceeding the brightness of any known stars

France Stifled Without Mbappe: Draws Blank Against Netherlands in Euro 2024 Clash

His absence proved telling as Les Bleus struggled to find the net, settling for a goalless draw that highlighted their dependency on the 25-year-old's dynamic presence. France, a squad brimming with talent across all lines, found themselves lacking the cutting edge that Mbappe typically injects into their play

Paris’ Seine River Fails Water Quality Tests, Jeopardizing Olympic Swimming Events

Marc Guillaume, the prefect of the Paris region, confirmed the disheartening results. "Samples from the Seine do not meet the standards we will have this summer," he stated, highlighting the ongoing concerns regarding water quality as the Games approach, scheduled from July 26 to August 11

French Swimmer’s Olympic Celebration Turns Painful After Shoulder Injury

Medical personnel promptly treated Fente-Damers on-site before transferring him to a nearby hospital for further assessment. Details regarding the exact nature and severity of his shoulder injury remain undisclosed, prompting concern and anticipation for updates on his condition