France's Éric Zemmour Tries Channeling De Gaulle to Win Votes

Éric Zemmour has adopted imagery reminiscent of Charles de Gaulle, the wartime leader. But his call for reborn glory for France is sharply at odds with the realities of the country today.

France's Éric Zemmour Tries Channeling De Gaulle to Win Votes 2021/12/05 05:59

Switzerland Backtracks on Mandatory Quarantines for Some Foreign Visitors

Reservations for the Christmas vacation season had plummeted over the Covid restrictions.

Switzerland Backtracks on Mandatory Quarantines for Some Foreign Visitors 2021/12/04 19:32

Blinken Trades Warnings With Russia’s Lavrov Over Ukraine, NATO

The secretary of state said that President Biden is ‘likely’ to speak soon with Russian President Vladimir V. Putin.

Blinken Trades Warnings With Russia’s Lavrov Over Ukraine, NATO 2021/12/04 17:40

Almudena Grandes, Novelist of Spain’s Marginalized, Dies at 61

Beginning with an acclaimed erotic novel, she became what the prime minister called “one of the most important writers of our time.”

Almudena Grandes, Novelist of Spain’s Marginalized, Dies at 61 2021/12/04 15:58

Honeybees Survived for Weeks Under Volcano Ash After Canary Islands Eruption

For roughly 50 days, thousands of honeybees sealed themselves in their hives, away from deadly gas, and feasted on honey. “It is a very empowering story,” one entomologist said.

Honeybees Survived for Weeks Under Volcano Ash After Canary Islands Eruption 2021/12/04 15:00

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