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Tour De France 2017: All you need to know - Western Advocate

Western Advocate

Tour De France 2017: All you need to know
Western Advocate
The Tour de France is an annual multiple stage bicycle race primarily held in France, while also occasionally making passes through nearby countries. The 2017 race starts on July 1 (northern hemisphere time). The race has been held annually since its ...
Blazin' Saddles: 2017 Tour de France route in detailEurosport.com AU
What is the Tour de France?CBBC Newsround

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Aussies win opening three pool matches in Women's Sevens World Series tournament in France - Fox Sports

Fox Sports

Aussies win opening three pool matches in Women's Sevens World Series tournament in France
Fox Sports
AUSTRALIA have steamrolled through to the quarter finals at the Women's Sevens World Series in Clermont Ferrand, France with convincing wins over Spain (41-0), Fiji (35-5) and France (20-17). Their undefeated run saw them finish top of Pool C and they ...


France: Don't 'Normalize' Emergency Powers | Human Rights Watch - Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch

France: Don't 'Normalize' Emergency Powers | Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch
(Paris) – The French government's new counterterrorism bill would move some overly broad emergency powers into normal criminal and administrative law ...

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Cannon stepping down as ambassador to France at the end of September - Times Colonist

Times Colonist

Cannon stepping down as ambassador to France at the end of September
Times Colonist
OTTAWA — Canada's ambassador to France will be stepping down at the end of September. Lawrence Cannon is thanking former prime minister Stephen Harper for appointing him in May 2012 and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for asking him to stay on a bit ...

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Germany and France to lead post-Brexit EU in further integration - Reuters

Reuters

Germany and France to lead post-Brexit EU in further integration
Reuters
BRUSSELS More EU integration is a "foregone conclusion", and France and Germany will take the lead on post-Brexit reforms starting this year, the European Union's second-in-command said, adding that he hoped the east-west split in the bloc would heal.

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Pamela Anderson opening a vegan restaurant in France - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Pamela Anderson opening a vegan restaurant in France
NEWS.com.au
ANIMAL rights activist Pamela Anderson is opening a vegan restaurant in France, her new home, and has invited the country's new President Emmanuel ...

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South western and central France placed on alert for violent storms - The Local France

The Local France

South western and central France placed on alert for violent storms
The Local France
UPDATED: After last week's scorching temperatures, 17 departments in the south west of France have now been placed on alert for violent storms on Tuesday. French national weather agency Météo France has placed 17 departments in the south west of ...

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Macron on the March in France - The Nation.

The Nation.

Macron on the March in France
The Nation.
Optimism—the optimism of the well-educated, well-fed, and gainfully employed—is what triumphed in France in 2017. But how can this be, when for years newspapers and magazines have preached that France is the “champion of pessimism in Europe” (as ...
France's New Lawmakers Open First Parliament SessionVoice of America
France's newly-elected lawmakers open first parliament sessionHindustan Times
France to ban all new oil and gas explorationThe Queensland Times
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Tour de France 2017 preview: Your guide to the teams, route, key stages and favourites - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk

Tour de France 2017 preview: Your guide to the teams, route, key stages and favourites
Mirror.co.uk
There is little suggestion, at least in this country, that Sky's Tour de France success has been ill-gotten, and the current riders' reputations remain intact. The team as a whole, though, knows it heads to France this year under pressure like never ...
Seven things to look out for at the 2017 Tour de FranceCycling Weekly
The 4 riders who have a legit shot at winning the Tour de France, according to the top US cyclist in the raceBusiness Insider
Tour de France favourite Richie Porte says Team Sky and Chris Froome look vulnerableHerald Sun
SkySports -CyclingTips -The Guardian
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Mark Renshaw to face a Tour de France challenge | Video - Western Advocate

Western Advocate

Mark Renshaw to face a Tour de France challenge | Video
Western Advocate
On top of that, the man he will be riding for in flat stages at this year's Tour de France – Dimension Data team-mate Mark Cavendish – has also had a less than ideal lead in to the Grand Tour. He suffered from the Epstein–Barr virus. And to further add ...
Mark Cavendish fit to start Tour de France in quest to close gap on Eddy Merckx's recordTelegraph.co.uk
Mark Cavendish to race in Tour de France after gambling on fitnessThe Guardian
Mark Cavendish selected for Tour de FranceCyclingnews.com
CyclingTips -BBC Sport -Business Day (registration)
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