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Sixth suspect held in Strasbourg market attack inquiry

Strasbourg - French police investigating the Christmas Market attack in Strasbourg in which five people died have arrested a sixth person, a judicial source said on Wednesday.

Three men charged with supplying gun to Strasbourg market attacker

Paris - Three men were Friday charged with supplying the weapon used by the gunman in the Christmas market attack in the French city of Strasbourg and placed in pre-trial detention, a judicial source said.

France's Chechens try to reckon with Paris stabbing

Strasbourg - France's ethnic Chechens, mindful that many of their youth have fought jihad in Iraq or Syria, sought Monday to reckon with the deadly Islamist knife rampage in Paris by one of their own.

UKIP frontrunner hospitalised after EU parliament 'altercation'

Strasbourg - The favourite to lead the anti-EU UK Independence Party, Steven Woolfe, was recovering in hospital Thursday after an "altercation" at a meeting with colleagues in the European Parliament.

Street artist in France sings in both a 'male' and 'female' voice

Strasbourg - A video is currently going viral of a man performing in front of the Strasbourg Cathedral with two voices and what sound like a male voice and a female voice. His range is something uncommon in a street performer.

Katyn massacre relatives accuse Russia of human rights violation

A memo sent from the Polish Foreign Ministry to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg says that Russia has violated the European Convention of Human Rights with its treatment of the relatives of the victims of the Katyn Massacre.

France on heatwave alert

It's hot in France today and the country's meteorological service, Météo France, has put several regions on heatwave alert for the next couple of days.

Strasbourg, anti-Semitism during HaShoah Special

Strasbourg - Right on the very day that the world had highlighted to remember all the victims of the Fascism and Nazis regimes, the Jewish Cemetery of Strasbourg was desecrated. Another act of anti-Semitism in the country with the highest number of Jewish in Europe.

Mystery explained? 'Dancing Plague' of 1518, the bizarre dance that killed dozens

It happened. In 1518, People “danced themselves to death” for no obvious reason in Strasbourg, France. One woman started it, and others joined her. Within a month, there were 400 people involved. Many died from pure exhaustion.

Address Of Foreign Minister Shimon Peres To The Parliamentary Assembly Of The Council Of Europe

STRASBOURG (23 January 2002) - Yesterday morning, we left Jerusalem, a very sad city, where many families again face the horror of terror and loss of their beloved ones. Again, there are heavy clouds in the skies over Jerusalem and Israel. It is no...

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