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Robert Myles

Editor-at-Large based in Sarthe department, near Le Mans, France. Joined on Mar 25, 2012
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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 posted FIFA scandal: More arrests ahead but Putin smells U.S. plot
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This move is long overdue.
In News: US drops Cuba from terror blacklist in landmark move
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Robert Myles posted Op-Ed: FIFA scandal — Challenge to Blatter from a Jordanian prince
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... small but welcome step to towards having a civilized system of criminal justice in all states.
In News: Nebraska becomes 19th U.S. state to ban death penalty
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... leading to the possibility of a runaway scenario affecting huge tracts of the Antarctic ice shelves. Not good news.
In News: Antarctic ice shelf could be gone in just a few years, says NASA
Robert Myles posted Sounding out Mars: NASA starts trials for next lander mission
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