Eleanor Beardsley

Eleanor Beardsley appears in the following:

Yellow Vest Protestors In Paris Mix With Notre Dame Cathedral Mourners

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Yellow Vest protestors plan their weekly demonstrations in the wake of the fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral and calls for unity from the French president.

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French President Macron Salutes Firefighters Who Saved Notre Dame

Friday, April 19, 2019

Emmanuel Macron has praised the courage and dedication of the hundreds of firefighters who helped save Notre Dame Cathedral. He gave them the medal of honor for their courage.

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Architecture Competition To Rebuild Notre Dame's Spire Is Announced

Thursday, April 18, 2019

France's president meets with firefighters who saved Notre Dame from total destruction. When it comes to rebuilding, there's a debate: Should the cathedral be modernized or rebuilt exactly as before?

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Parisians Say They Are In Great Pain Over Fire Damage To Notre Dame Cathedral

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Parisians are coming to terms with the extensive damage done to the their beloved Notre Dame cathedral by Monday's fire.

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France's President Vows To Rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Notre Dame caught fire Monday and was badly damaged. Officials are expressing hope that they can save a cathedral that's stood at the heart of France's capital for eight centuries.

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Spire Of Notre Dame Collapses In Paris As Fire Engulfs Historic Cathedral

Monday, April 15, 2019

A fire has broken out in the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. Flames and smoke were seen billowing high above the cathedral's roof on Monday as the spire collapsed.

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After Decades In Power, Algeria's Ailing President Says He Will Step Down

Monday, April 01, 2019

Faced with weeks of mounting protests, Algeria's longtime president plans to resign by the end of the month.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping Meets With European Leaders To Talk Trade

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Chinese President Xi Jinping met the leaders of France, Germany and the European Union in Paris on Tuesday. The Europeans hope a united approach will give them a stronger position in trade talks with Beijing.

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For A Healthier Planet, Eat These 50 Foods, Campaign Urges

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Global reliance on just a handful of crops for calories is hurting the environment — and wildlife, a new report says. It urges the world to diversify its diet to save plant and animal species alike.

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Protests Resume After Algerian President Delays Upcoming Elections

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

The president's decision that he wouldn't seek a fifth term brought joy to the streets. But students resumed protests after the ailing leader delayed elections, meaning he stays in power indefinitely.

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French Couple Wants To Retrieve Their Grandkids From Syria, Needs Government Approval

Tuesday, March 05, 2019

A French couple, who's daughter was killed in Syria after she joined ISIS, is hoping to bring her children to live with them in France.

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To Counter Anti-Semitism, French Women Find Strength In Diversity At Auschwitz

Thursday, February 28, 2019

With recent incidents of anti-Semitic vandalism in France, a group of women from different religious and ethnic backgrounds sought greater understanding by learning about the horrors of the Holocaust.

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Hundreds Denounce Anti-Semitism Spike In France

Friday, February 15, 2019

French authorities say there's been a 74 percent increase of anti-Semitic acts in the country since 2017. Hundreds denounced the rise in anti-Semitism at a recent memorial.

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Will Macron's 'Great National Debate' Help Defuse France's Yellow Vest Unrest?

Friday, February 08, 2019

With his government rocked by ongoing yellow vest demonstrations, French President Emmanuel Macron launched a nationwide series of community conversations. But some wonder if anything will change.

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Macron Tries To Take Steam Out Of Yellow Vest Protests With Debates

Monday, February 04, 2019

There has been a large turnout for hundreds of town hall debates across France, called by President Emmanuel Macron in an effort to diffuse social tensions amid the yellow vest protests.

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Actress Catherine Deneuve Sells Off Wardrobe Designed By Yves Saint Laurent

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

French actress Catherine Deneuve once told fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, "my most beautiful love affair is with you." Now she's auctioning off more than 100 of her YSL haute couture ensembles.

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'The Invisibles' Reveals How Some Jews Survived Nazi Germany By Hiding In Plain Sight

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

"You just had to ignore the fear in your gut and push it away, become someone else," recalls one Jewish survivor, now 94. "I had to act like a regular Berliner. And this is what saved me in the end."

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'The Invisibles' Looks At Some Of The Jews Who Survived The Holocaust In Berlin

Friday, January 25, 2019

The Invisibles looks at an under-reported aspect of the Holocaust. It's a docudrama, opening in the U.S. Friday, about Jews who survived in Berlin, a city the Nazis had proclaimed "Jew-free."

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How France's Yellow Vest Protests Damaged An Already Weakened President Macron

Thursday, January 24, 2019

"The media are all talking about us, and we actually made the government back down," says one protester at a traffic circle. "We're not about to accept the crumbs Macron has thrown us."

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Analysts: Yellow Vest Protests Sent Macron Administration Into Death Spiral

Saturday, January 19, 2019

The president promised to revolutionize France when he was elected in 2017, and his plans economic overhaul seemed on track even two months ago. But many experts say Macron is already finished.

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