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Sheep flock to Eiffel Tower as French farmers cry wolf

French farmers flocked to the Eiffel Tower on Thursday, sheep in tow, to express their frustration over increasing attacks by wolves which some say have been "overprotected" by the government.

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  • 27/11/2014 13:28

    Sheep flock to Eiffel Tower as French farmers cry wolf

    French farmers flocked to the Eiffel Tower on Thursday, sheep in tow, to express their frustration over increasing attacks by wolves which some say have been "overprotected" by the government.

  • 27/11/2014 10:27

    E-cigarettes contain 10 times amount of carcinogens: Japan

    E-cigarettes contain 10 times the level of cancer-causing agents as regular tobacco, Japanese scientists said Thursday, the latest blow to an invention once heralded as less harmful than smoking.

  • 26/11/2014 20:27

    The strange tale of pardoned White House turkeys

    It is an odd tradition, to be sure. Every year, on the eve of Thanksgiving, the president of the United States "pardons" a turkey at the White House.

  • 26/11/2014 15:39

    US consumer spending picks up

    US consumer spending rose slightly in October after stalling in September, while personal income growth remained marginal, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.

  • 26/11/2014 09:21

    New Australian treatment could save wounded soldiers

    Australian scientists Wednesday said they have developed a "breakthrough treatment" to help soldiers severely wounded in battle, with the US to fund further research.

  • 27/11/2014 12:47

    Sarkozy tipped to lead party in first step back to presidency

    First the dramatic comeback, then the frenzied campaign, and now France's ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy is limbering up for his potential springboard back into office: the leadership of his right-wing UMP party.

  • 27/11/2014 12:31

    Archbishop of Constantinople keeps Byzantium alive in Turkey

    Down a narrow side street, in a district of Istanbul on the Golden Horn well off the beaten tourist track, sit the relatively modest headquarters of the "first among equals" of the world's estimated 300 million Orthodox Christian believers.

  • 27/11/2014 08:51

    China coal mine explosion kills 11: Xinhua

    Eleven people died Thursday in a coal mine explosion in China, state media reported, in the second deadly accident in two days in the country's notoriously dangerous mining industry.

  • 27/11/2014 07:46

    Malaysia reverses vow to scrap controversial sedition law

    Malaysia's prime minister on Thursday abandoned his pledge to repeal a controversial sedition law critics say is used to silence political opponents, drawing warnings from the opposition of a lurch to authoritarian rule.

  • 27/11/2014 07:18

    India 'raped' girls found hanging killed selves: investigators

    Two girls found hanging earlier this year in northern India committed suicide and were not gang-raped and murdered as previously thought, the country' top policing agency said Thursday.

  • 27/11/2014 00:25

    An affair and some zombies prop up US fall TV season

    On American TV screens this fall, romantic comedies have mostly flopped, family sitcoms abound, Amazon has joined the fray in earnest, and an extra-marital affair has generated serious buzz.

  • 26/11/2014 22:42

    Broadway musical 'Rent' coming to Cuba

    A Spanish version of the hit musical "Rent" will open in Havana on December 24, marking the first time a Broadway show has come to Cuba in a half century.

  • 26/11/2014 18:31

    Ignoring woes, AC/DC sticks to rock formula

    One band member is retired with dementia and another has faced charges over a murder plot. But for the rest of AC/DC, the time-tested hard rock formula is still going strong.

  • 26/11/2014 09:00

    Prince vanishes from social media

    Prince, whose distaste for the music industry's conventions is well known, has abruptly disappeared from social media after tentative efforts to promote his two new albums.

  • 25/11/2014 23:58

    'Birdman' tops nominations for Spirit film awards

    Surreal theater drama "Birdman" starring Michael Keaton topped nominations for the Independent Spirit movie awards announced Tuesday, with nods in six categories.

  • 27/11/2014 13:55

    Brandao facing eight-month sentence for headbutt

    French prosecutors have requested that Bastia's Brazilian striker Brandao be given an eight-month suspended jail term for headbutting Paris Saint-Germain's Thiago Motta.

  • 27/11/2014 13:43

    India's Chowrasia and Lahiri lead at King's Cup

    Indian golfers got off to a roaring start at Thailand's King's Cup Thursday, with S.S.P. Chowrasia and Anirban Lahiri jointly leading the pack after day one with a seven-under-par 65.

  • 27/11/2014 13:10

    Pacquiao to sell Manila mansion after rich neighbours complain

    World boxing champion Manny Pacquiao said Thursday he would sell his mansion in one of the Philippine capital's swankiest areas after his neighbours complained of his visitors wearing shabby clothing.

  • 27/11/2014 11:06

    Phillip Hughes, talented young cricket batsman loved by all

    He was a country boy whose love for the "Baggy Green" took him all the way from a rural Australian town to the bright lights of international cricket when he made his Test debut aged just 20 in South Africa.

  • 27/11/2014 10:35

    Cricket world stunned by Hughes' death

    Players and politicians expressed shock and grounds fell silent on Thursday as the cricket world plunged into mourning after the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.