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Robert Myles

Editor-at-Large based in Sarthe department, near Le Mans, France. Joined on Mar 25, 2012
Expertise in Environment & green living, Politics, Drinks, General business news & info, Internet,   see all» Technology, Science & space, Real estate & construction, Government, Travel

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Moved from Scotland to Pays de la Loire, France in 2008 and based in rural Sarthe department in north west France, not a million miles from Le Mans, Robert is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for European news.
Robert writes freelance, often with a a slant on France and all things French.
His other areas of particular interest are the environment, climate change, conservation, astronomy and space exploration.
You'll also find him on Twitter where he does his best to add to the wealth of human knowledge as fourmenterian.

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Robert Myles said:
... like something out of Astounding Stories - not unlike some other Fox News content, come to think of it.
In News: U.S. Physicist: Alien nuclear bomb wiped out Mars civilization
Robert Myles said:
... unless their motive is to instil fear in those holding the state, and that of course includes the police, to account.
In News: Journalists sue police for spying on them as domestic extremists

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