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Actus Quartier - Manif anti-nucléaire à Bastille View Series

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France

Did you know that France is the most nuclear-dependent country in the world? These protesters are trying to change that statistic in their demonstration against nuclear energy in Paris's Place de la Bastille.

Actus Quartier - Repair Café View Series

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France

People flock to the Repair Café to have their broken devices repaired. The concept was introduced in Holland by a journalist who decided it was much better to fix things rather than throw them away. In a convivial atmosphere, volunteers fix items while you watch or you can fix it yourself with some assistance.

France 24 - Découvrez le parcours du médicament : Du laboratoire à la pharmacie View Series

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France

In this video you will learn about the process of developing and marketing new medications in France. After numerous trials on animals, then humans, a drug is finally put on the market once the price is set by the European Medicines Agency.

Grand Lille TV - L'huile de friture transformée en carburant View Series

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France

This news report explores the possibilities of new biofuels. The company Gecco is testing biofuels made from coffee grounds and cooking oil on service vehicles and a school bus in hopes of converting waste from schools and other institutions.

Le Journal - La grippe aviaire - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

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France

Five of the nine districts of Lyon, the second largest French city, are being monitored for the H5N1 virus, better known as “Bird Flu”.

Le Journal - La grippe aviaire - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

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France

Birds aren't the only ones who might feel their lifestyle's been a bit restricted lately. France’s rural cats enjoy a good hunt. But the avian flu has put the lid on sporting felines living in affected areas.

Le Journal - L'âge et la fertilité View Series

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France

It’s common to see photos of celebrities aged forty and up happily pregnant or pushing a pram. But according to most doctors, a woman’s chances of conceiving drop dramatically after age thirty-eight or so. Of course there are exceptions. Modern medical fertility treatments allowed a sixty-six-year-old Romanian woman to give birth to twins in 2005. But unless we’re willing and able to procure such treatments, which can be financially, emotionally, and physically draining, those who want to wait until their forties to have kids will have to take their chances.

Télévision Bretagne Ouest - Abbaye du Relec : Immersion dans un potager du Moyen Âge View Series

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France

Have you ever eaten an orache or a cardoon? Though popular in the Middle Ages, these vegetables are rarely harvested nowadays. But you'll find them in the garden of the Abbaye du Relec (Relec Abbey), which contains vegetables from many different time periods and countries.

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