French Senate overturns bill to pun...

French Senate overturns bill to punish prostitutes? clients

The French Senate, dominated by the opposition conservatives since September, has overturned a proposed law on prostitution that sought to penalise clients instead of sex workers.
Hollande joins tens of thousands of...

Hollande joins tens of thousands of Tunisians in anti-terror march

French President François Hollande marched with tens of thousands of Tunisians through the capital Tunis in a show of solidarity against Islamist militants on Sunday.
?Pop-Up? Pompidou Centre opens in S...

?Pop-Up? Pompidou Centre opens in Spain

A ?Pop-Up? version of France?s famous Pompidou Centre opened its doors in the Spanish city of Malaga on Saturday, marking the birth of a new concept the Paris museum hopes will spread around the world.
Mideast's religious minorities at r...

Mideast's religious minorities at risk of 'genocide'

Christians, Yazidis and other religious minorities in the Middle East are being targeted and some are facing a possible "genocide" by Islamic State militants, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told the UN on Friday.
Radio France paralysed by longest s...

Radio France paralysed by longest strike in 10 years

Radio France, the country?s main public radio broadcaster, has been paralysed by a strike since March 19 in what is now the longest such action to affect the company in a decade.
French rabbi told to remove kippa a...

French rabbi told to remove kippa at Toulouse polling station

A rabbi in the city of Toulouse has filed a complaint for discrimination after a polling clerk told him he would have to remove his kippa, or Jewish skullcap, before voting in local elections.

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Co-pilot told Lufthansa of ?depress...

Co-pilot told Lufthansa of ?depressive episode?

Lufthansa said Tuesday that the co-pilot who is thought to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings passenger jet in the French Alps last week informed the company six years ago that he suffered from a ?serious depressive episode?.
Turkish prosecutor dies from wounds...

Turkish prosecutor dies from wounds sustained in hostage crisis

A Turkish prosecutor has died from wounds he sustained Tuesday after being taken hostage at an Istanbul courthouse by two members of a banned leftist group. The suspects were killed in a shootout with police.
Hollande vows to pursue reform desp...

Hollande vows to pursue reform despite election losses

French President François Hollande on Tuesday vowed to press ahead with his reform drive despite the setbacks his ruling Socialist party suffered in last week?s local elections.
Turkish court acquits all military ...

Turkish court acquits all military officers in coup trial

A Turkish court on Tuesday acquitted all of the military officers accused over an alleged 2003 plot to overthrow the government of then prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a defence lawyer said.
Alps crash victims identified by we...

Alps crash victims identified by week?s end, Hollande says

French President François Hollande said Tuesday that all of the victims of the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps will likely be identified by the end of the week. Nationals from more than a dozen countries were on board the doomed flight.
Turkish prosecutor taken hostage at...

Turkish prosecutor taken hostage at Istanbul courthouse

A prosecutor was taken hostage at a courthouse in the Turkish city of Istanbul on Tuesday by suspected members of the country?s banned far-left Revolutionary People?s Liberation Party-Front.

Texas Supreme Court chief justice t...

Texas Supreme Court chief justice testifies on truancy

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) ? A Texas Senate panel is hearing testimony ? including comments from the state's Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht ? on a bill to decriminalize truancy.
Texas Crop Report

Texas Crop Report

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) ? The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of March 31:
Judge approves RadioShack sale to S...

Judge approves RadioShack sale to Standard General

DOVER, Del. (AP) ? A bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of more than 1,740 RadioShack stores to hedge fund Standard General, preserving some 7,500 jobs.
Judge: Jury can decide Alabama's Gu...

Judge: Jury can decide Alabama's Gulf-oil-spill claims

NEW ORLEANS (AP) ? A judge says Alabama's Gulf oil-spill-damage claims under the federal Oil Pollution Act can be heard by a jury.
Federal probe targets how Dallas Co...

Federal probe targets how Dallas County handles truants

DALLAS (AP) ? A federal civil rights investigation announced Tuesday targets whether Dallas County has been too tough on students who skip school and sometimes end up handcuffed and in court.
Police arrest man accused of illega...

Police arrest man accused of illegal buttocks injections

DALLAS (AP) ? Dallas police say a second person accused of recently providing illegal buttocks injections has surrendered to authorities. Sports

Saban unapologetic about signing Ta...

Saban unapologetic about signing Taylor despite his past

Alabama coach Nick Saban steadfastly defended his signing of defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor, who has now been kicked off his second Southeastern Conference team for domestic violence arrests.
Tennessee hires former Texas coach ...

Tennessee hires former Texas coach Rick Barnes

Rick Barnes has been hired as Tennessee's basketball coach two days after his split with Texas.
Flames use big 2nd period to beat h...

Flames use big 2nd period to beat host Stars 5-3

Jiri Hudler is having the best season of his 10-year career, and the Calgary Flames forward is savvy enough to know that it doesn't hurt to be a little lucky.
Andersen earns conference honors

Andersen earns conference honors

Colorado State women?s golfer Allie Andersen was named a Tri-Golfer of the Week by the Mountain West Conference the week of March 8. She had her first career top-5 finish when she placed tied for fift
Patriots owner: Aaron Hernandez tol...

Patriots owner: Aaron Hernandez told me he was innocent

New England Patriots team owner Robert Kraft testified Tuesday that his former star tight end Aaron Hernandez told him he was innocent when asked if he was involved in a June 2013 killing.
JV teams run local meets

JV teams run local meets

Last week, Red River Valley junior varsity boys track teams competed in local meets at Prairiland and Paris High Schools.


Magistrate Says Ex-Boyfriend Threat...

Magistrate Says Ex-Boyfriend Threatened Her With Sexual Photos, Videos

Magistrate Sharetta Smith told police that a former boyfriend had sent her a threatening text message with a sexual picture from the time they were dating attached.



Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860 is the first major exhibition in Britain devoted to salt prints, the earliest form of paper photography. The exhibition features some of the rarest and best early photographs in the world, depicting daily activities and historic moments of the mid 19th century.

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