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VIKING ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL SEINE RIVER SHIP FOR 2025

Victoria Advocate 01 Feb 2023
Sailing the company's popular eight-day Paris and the Heart of Normandy itinerary, the new sister ship will join four Viking Longships that were officially named in 2022, the Viking Fjorgyn®, the Viking Kari®, the Viking Radgrid® and the Viking Skaga® ... on fuel while in port.
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Taipei Times 01 Feb 2023
... at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris on Tuesday.
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France seeks to match Hollywood with new ‘Asterix’

Taipei Times 01 Feb 2023
AFP, PARIS ... A Citroen 2CV concept interpretation created for Asterix and Obelix. The Middle Kingdom is displayed at the Classic Cars exhibition at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles on Tuesday ... Paris-based Pathe wants to be an exception, not least because it also runs a large chain of cinemas ... The strategy is likely to work at home ... That could change ... .
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Pharmapack Drug Delivery Index hits record high

Pharmiweb 01 Feb 2023
Paris, 1st February 2023. Pharmapack Europe 2023 (February 1-2) opens at Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles (Hall 7.2) with more than 5,500 attendees and over 300 companies expected as a new report and survey points to a dramatic ...
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ICS: Shipping Industry Flag State Performance Table 2022/2023

SAFETY4SEA 30 Jan 2023
Reporting on ILO labour standards is vital to improving seafarer welfare ... These include ... Of those flag states which are the lowest performing, a single flag state (Togo) is featured on the Black/Target Lists for all three of the Port State Control (PSC) Regimes assessed (Paris MOU, Tokyo MOU and USCG Annual Report) ....
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Badminton hit by wave from Korea: An Se-Young, remember the name

Indian Express 29 Jan 2023
Se-Young has lost 8 and won just 2 against Yufei ... The India Open win though, might've unwittingly witnessed the passing of the baton, though Yamahuchi's unrequited Tokyo dream might extend to her streamlining her program to reorient on solely Paris Games rather than winning at every port of call on the circuit and burning out early in the season ... .
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Ukraine’s Odesa city put on UNESCO heritage in danger list

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 28 Jan 2023
PARIS -- The United Nations' cultural agency decided Wednesday to add the historic center of Ukraine's Black Sea port city of Odesa to its list of endangered World Heritage sites, recognizing "the outstanding universal value of the site and the duty of all humanity to protect it.".
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“Things Got A Little Bit Outta Control”: Allow Pamela Anderson To Reintroduce Herself

Vogue 27 Jan 2023
Vogue caught up with her to discuss it all ... I didn’t really have any part of that ... I was talking to Simon [Porte Jacquemus] when I was in Paris just a few weeks ago, and he says, “Please tell me who styled you when you went to the MTV [VMAs].” I’m like, “Styled me? I don’t think any stylist would’ve let me walk out of the house that way ... .
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Ukraine’s Odesa Put on UNESCO Heritage in Danger List

Hamodia 26 Jan 2023
PARIS (AP) — The United Nations’ cultural agency decided on Wednesday to add the historic center of Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa to its list of endangered World Heritage sites. The decision was made at an extraordinary session of the World Heritage Committee in Paris.
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Ukraine's Odesa city put on UNESCO heritage in danger list

The Paducah Sun 26 Jan 2023
PARIS (AP) — The United Nations' cultural agency decided Wednesday to add the historic center of Ukraine’s Black Sea port city of Odesa to its list of endangered World Heritage sites, recognizing “the outstanding universal value of the site and the duty of all humanity to protect it.”.
photo: AP / Max Pshybyshevsky
Ukrainian serviceman stands near to the monument of Duke de Richelieu, covered by sandbags to protect from possible damage, in Odesa, Ukraine, Wednesday, March 9, 2022.
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Ukraine’s Odesa, the ‘pearl of the Black Sea’, added to Unesco World Heritage list

The Guardian 26 Jan 2023
The status, awarded by a Unesco panel meeting in Paris on Wednesday, is designed to help protect the ...
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Ukraine's Odesa Wins UNESCO Status Despite Russian Opposition

Beijing News 26 Jan 2023
paris - UNESCO on Wednesday added the historic center of Ukraine's port city of Odesa, often described as 'the pearl of the Black Sea,' to its World Heritage List, overcoming opposition from Russia ... 'The continuous development of Odesa as a port city dates back to the 15th century,' they said, and was known as Hadzhybei.
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Spain: Police raid home of suspect in church machete attacks

Metro USA 26 Jan 2023
The Interior Ministry said the man killed in the attack was a sacristan, an individual who prepares Mass, at the Church of Nuestra Señora de La Palma, while a priest was wounded earlier at the Paris of San Isidro church. Algeciras is a multicultural port city and the first point ...
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Spanish police raid home of suspect in church machete attacks that killed one person

The Los Angeles Times 26 Jan 2023
ALGECIRAS, Spain —  ... A priest was wounded earlier at the Paris of San Isidro church. Algeciras is a multicultural port city and the first point of arrival for many boats from North Africa, putting it at the center of debates on irregular migration ... World & Nation Migration attempts into Europe without authorization hit six-year high.
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Odesa’s historic center inscribed as World Heritage by Unesco

La Prensa Latina 25 Jan 2023
Paris, Jan 25 (EFE).- The historic center of the Ukrainian port city of Odesa has been added to Unesco’s list of World Heritage sites that are in danger, the UN said Wednesday, granting it special additional protection from the international community.

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