This week, we’re examining the French Catholic Church and the sex abuse scandals that have shaken the institution. After years of cover-ups, the Church is finally starting to face its critics. But victims of abuse at the hands of clergy are not ready …
From the Caribbean intellectuals of the 1920s and 30s who used Paris as their base, to the modern day Senegalese textile industry in the city’s working class Goutte d’Or district, Paris’s black communities are often overlooked by visitors and resident…
French police investigating the death of a pregnant woman mauled to death by dogs while walking in the woods have carried out DNA tests on 67 dogs to try to identify those that attacked her, investigators said Thursday.
Live your very own fairy tale in Dordogne when you stay at the 500 year old Chateau de Sadillac – it’s the perfect place for to celebrate a special occasion. The Chateau, which sleeps 15, is a perfect base to discover the Dordogne from – and a great place for families and friends to get […]
A French policeman appeared in court Thursday for hurling a paving stone at protesters during a Yellow Vest rally, the first member of the security forces to face trial after numerous allegations of police brutality during the weekly protests.
A French court on Wednesday sentenced Anne Diana Clain, whose brother was a notorious propagandist for the Islamic State group, to nine years in prison for terrorist association.
As the International Congress for the Victims of Terrorism opens in the southern French city of Nice, FRANCE 24 reports from the terror-struck Riviera city. On July 14, 2016, thousands of people were celebrating Bastille Day when a Tunisian national d…
ANGLER’S MAIL is the No.1 magazine for all sorts of things – and has a Where To Fish section that is unrivalled. It’s produced by regional experts.
Urban fishing is probably not as popular as it once was. That’s despite undoubted interest generated by the cool Urban …Continue reading »
French hotel owners assailed Airbnb on Wednesday over its new partnership with the International Olympic Committee, warning they would stop working on the planning for the Paris 2024 summer Games to protest against what they call an unfair competitor.
The Sean Simms Disgorgers comes under the beady eye of Angler’s Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He’s the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week.
Description: hand-carved disgorgers. Specifications: the set of two floating disgorgers is made from oak and walnut, and comes in a …Continue reading »