Day: August 14, 2020

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Beirut
EU
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France
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Lebanon
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Opinion

The Achilles Heel covered by #Macron #Beirut triumph

French President Emmanuel Macron (pictured) received a hero’s welcome in Beirut, walking the streets and embracing the victims of last week’s explosion the way no Lebanese leader could dream to do. Faced with the pleadings of a desperate population, Macron was even placed in the bizarre position to politely decline suggestions to retake Lebanon under […]

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UK had ‘no choice’ but to add France to quarantine list

The Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, said there “has to be a cut-off” in regards to a time period for those being mandated to self-isolate on their return to the UK from abroad. Mr Shapps was asked why it is the case that those who return to the UK from France before 4am on Saturday will […]

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Ireland

Three-point turns, water tanks and gazebos – what’s it really like to staycation in a caravan?

Twin or single axle? Four or six berth? Tow it all the way to West Cork or have someone else do it for you? f you’ve never given caravans much thought, these things are important apparently. Doubly so when you plan to spend your staycation in one. Would our first caravan trip turn out to […]

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