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Eh oui, la guerre sévit, les colères grondent et les «raisins de la colère» murissent vitesse grand V, mais dans le monde émergent des libertés nouvelles et j’ai envie de vous dire que la beauté et la tendresse toujours peuvent nous bercer, avec la force et la joie, regardez cette vidéo et laissez-vous porter par la douceur d’un monde originel, le nôtre que nous prenons si peu le temps d’aimer…



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Indigenous affairs minister says the issue is ‘not something that comes up at all’ when he visits Aboriginal communitiesThe Indigenous Affairs minister, Nigel Scullion, says no Indigenous Australian has told him the date of Australia Day should be changed other than a single government adviser.Speaking on the ABC’s AM program on Friday, Scullion was asked about comments this week from the government adviser Chris Sarra that the date was dividing the nation and ought to be changed. Continue reading...
Patricia Dagorn claimed she had ‘deep friendship’ with elderly men she seduced and poisonedA French woman nicknamed the ‘Black Widow of the Cote d’Azur’ has been jailed for 22 years for the murder of two elderly men.Patricia Dagorn was described as a “perverse narcissist” who was “venal and unscrupulous” in the Nice court where she was accused of killing two men she had seduced, and poisoning two others “with premeditation”. Continue reading...
Labour PM says deputy Winston Peters will take over for six weeks when baby is born in JuneNew Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, has announced she is pregnant with her first child.Ardern, who was sworn in to office in October, said in a Facebook post that she and her partner, Clarke Gayford, are expecting in June. Continue reading...
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Health agency creates conscience and religious freedom divisionTrump administration move may affect abortion and LGBT rightsThe Trump administration is creating an office to protect the religious rights of medical providers, including those who may oppose abortion or transgender rights, in a decision that is likely to be a lightning rod for controversy.The new “division for conscience and religious freedom” in the US Health and Human Services Agency will defend healthcare workers who, on religious grounds, refuse to treat patients or take part in procedures. The division will be part of the agency’s Office for Civil Rights. Continue reading...
In April this year student Ione Wells published a powerful open letter to the teenager who sexually assaulted her as she walked home in Camden, north London. Waiving her right to anonymity, Ms Wells, 20, who is studying at the University of Oxford, described the impact of the attack, directly addressing her assailant in the letter.
Labour risks putting off a generation of women from getting involved with the party because of its sexist and abusive activists who troll them online, Yvette Cooper will warn.
When Rodney Leach was a young classics tutor at Oxford, he started the Oxford-Hungarian relief fund, helping refugees oppressed by the Russian invasion of 1956.
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Stand by, Rotherham. Watch out, Walsall. By venturing as far afield as the north-west city of Urumqi on his trip to China this week, George Osborne hopes that Chinese dignitaries jetting into London next month will follow his lead and venture off the track normally beaten on state visits.
The chief executive of HSS, the UK’s largest tool-hire company, quit yesterday after a torrid six months marked  by a string of profit warnings and 70 per cent collapse in the share price.
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Jeremy Corbyn is set to use his first conference speech as Labour leader to apologise on behalf of his party for taking Britain into war in Iraq.
A rare confluence of a lunar eclipse and a supermoon set to happen this weekend has prompted such widespread fear of an impending apocalypse that the Mormon Church was compelled to issue a statement cautioning its members to not believe the end of the world is near.
The director of TV drama Wolf Hall, Peter Kosminsky, has revealed he had “a row” with the Culture Secretary on Thursday over the future of the BBC.



Tango argentin… et maternité!


Dieu que c’est beau une femme qui danse, et les rondeurs de maternités visibles à l’œil, n’enlèvent rien à la grâce des mouvements et des corps, peut-être même qu’elles rajoutent une sorte de sensualité à la beauté, et l’on va jusqu’à oublier devant les jeux de jambes et les hanches qui bougent, que ces femmes qui dansent le tango comme des amoureuses, sont enceintes de plusieurs mois parfois.

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Les femmes sont magnifiques et la grâce insoumise !

Par Louise Gaggini


Je devrais vous parler politique et économie, Corée du Nord, Poutine, Hollande, mais je n’ai qu’une envie c’est de parler des femmes, qui en ce mois de mars sont mises à l’honneur, un jour, un seul pour dire ce qu’il en est de nous, de nos filles, de nos grand-mères, de nos sœurs…

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Dan Brown mêle avec brio l’histoire, l’art, les codes et les symboles. En retrouvant ses thèmes favoris, Dan Brown a certainement construit l’un de ses romans les plus stupéfiants, au cœur des grands enjeux de notre époque.

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