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Hachette Filipacchi Médias print that page

Télé 7 Jours , Top Famille Magazine and TV Hebdo . It also publishes dailies La Provence , Nice Matin or Corse Presse . HFM also owns 25% of Éditions Philippe Amaury , which publishes Le Parisien , L'Equipe and other sport magazines. [ edit ] Global publishing Hachette Filipacchi

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Pierre-Antoine Cousteau print that pageTimeline of Pierre-Antoine Cousteau

well as contributing to Henry Coston 's Lectures Françaises , Jeune Nation , Charivari , Dimanche Matin and others. He was also associated with the minor Union des Intellectuels Indépendants movement. [ 1 ] He died age 52 in Paris . [ edit ] Publications L'Amérique juive . Les ditions

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Delcourt (publisher) print that page

It was founded in 1986 through the fusion of the magazines Charlie Mensuel and Pilote . Guy Delcourt, chief editor of the later, named the new publishing house Guy Delcourt Productions . Delcourt is the third largest publisher of Franco-Belgian comics , behind Média-Participations and Gléna

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Mohamed Abdelaziz print that pageTimeline of Mohamed Abdelaziz

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Abdelaziz was born in Marrakesh , Morocco [ 2 ] [ 1 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ] or in Smara , Spanish Sahara [ 5 ] [ unreliable source? ] [ 6 ] [ unreliable source? ] [ 7 ] [ unreliable source? ] comes from a Sahrawi family of an eastern Reguibat subtribe, migrating between Western Sahara, Mauritania

Media of Morocco print that page

additional Arabic daily newspaper, Assahra Al Maghribia , and one French-language daily newspaper, Le Matin , are semi-official organs of the government. ECONOMIC FRAMEWORK In the past the majority of Moroccan newspapers did not represent actual commercial ventures or profit-making corporations

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Simone Signoret print that pageTimeline of Simone Signoret

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Signoret was born Simone Henriette Charlotte Kaminker in Wiesbaden , Germany to André and Georgette (Signoret) Kaminker as the eldest of three children, with two younger brothers. Her father, a pioneering interpreter who worked in the League of Nations , was a French-born Jewish army officer

Patrice de Plunkett print that pageTimeline of Patrice de Plunkett

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XXIe siècle ?, Paris, Éd. 1, "Les grandes conférences du Figaro", 1998. L'Evangile face aux médias , Paris, Edifa, 2000. Benoît XVI et le plan de Dieu, Paris, Presses de la Renaissance, 2005. L'Opus Dei : enquête sur le "monstre", Paris, Presses de la Renaissance, 2006. Nous sommes

Freddy Eytan print that page

Fredeytan

Freddy Eytan's family originated in Livorno , Italy , from the early 19th century. His father, Ouzy, was an active Zionist. In November 1942, at the beginning of the invasion of Tunisia by the German army, Ouzy was arrested by the Gestapo. After four months he escaped from a camp localized

Muhammad al-Durrah incident print that page

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The Muhammad al-Durrah incident took place in the Gaza Strip on September 30, 2000, on the second day of the Second Intifada , amid widespread rioting throughout the Palestinian territories . Jamal al-Durrah and his 12-year-old son, Muhammad, were filmed by Talal Abu Rahma, a Palestinian

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In December 1983, Jerôme Dahan and Laurent Boutonnat, two friends, composed a song called "Maman a tort", about lesbian love between a girl committed to a mental hospital and her nurse. To find a performer, they held a casting . [ 1 ] A girl aged 15–16 was initially chosen to perform the