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Par | 17H00 | 06 janvier 2014

Dieudonné the hot potato: Hacked Lille communication agency drops comedian’s internet site

Dieudonné the hot potato: Hacked Lille communication agency drops comedian’s internet site

Dieudonné has been in the spotlight these last few days. The Lille communication agency Les Lézards Hachés [Minced Lizards] which is responsible for (ok, past tense: which was responsible for) Dieudonné’s internet site and part of his non-electronic communications (paper), has paid the price.
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Par | 14H09 | 06 janvier 2014

Par | 09H50 | 20 décembre 2013

The scent of the Nord – Pas-de-Calais in the most viewed video of the year on YouTube

And the winner is… Norman. Norman makes videos and videos made Norman. A young man happens to be the person who created the most watched video in France * this year on YouTube. The subject: the worst expressions. A victory – with a Northern flavour – as it should be remembered that Norman grew up in the region. Ok, until the age of ten if the truth be told, but we do our best. Lire cet article


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Par | 09H43 | 20 décembre 2013

The Pierre-Mauroy stadium : Vandie’s present to Aubry

Information published without much reaction in Le Canard Enchaîné last Wednesday. The Senator from the North, René Vandierendonck, has recently distinguished himself by introducing an amendment to the Duflot Bill on urban planning. The amendment, adopted at its first reading (it will now be examined by the National Assembly in January), will allow football stadiums with more than 30,000 seats to be exempt from advertising rules for the size of billboards, as is already the case at airports. Lire cet article


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Par | 12H22 | 03 décembre 2013

Par | 18H26 | 25 novembre 2013

Tunnel under the Channel: the first pilot for “Tunnel”

Launched 11 November, the new series on Canal + is the first fiction story on what was truly science fiction for previous generations. Envisaged for almost two centuries, the completion of the Tunnel under the Channel project marked the realisation of what had hitherto been just a wild dream. Between 1802 when Napoleon I gave the go-ahead for a tunnel under the Channel for horse-drawn carriages (not to send tourists) and the police enquiry led by the Franco-Britannico police duo in the guts of the digestive colon of the railway tunnel, an eternity has gone by!
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Par | 08H34 | 20 novembre 2013

Par | 08H32 | 20 novembre 2013

Par | 08H29 | 06 novembre 2013

Par | 08H24 | 25 octobre 2013

Par | 15H57 | 21 octobre 2013

Par | 08H25 | 20 octobre 2013

FISHY STORY

Par | 15H54 | 15 octobre 2013

Par | 15H52 | 02 octobre 2013

Par | 15H49 | 02 octobre 2013