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French artist portrait : Sofiane Pamart, the contemporary pianist with a unique style

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4 mn read An absolute ear for music, a unique touch, a transcriber of emotions, Sofiane Pamart is a French-Moroccan pianist who moves several generations. He holds the gold medal of the National Conservatory of Lille in France. Since then, he remains the champion in his field, thanks to his disruptive personality.But how did Sofiane Pamart transform classical music?

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Fight against gender-based violence: France rises up against inequality

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3 mn read A few days before the international day of the fight against the violence made to the women (November 25), several French men and women gathered in the streets to protest. Organized by the association “#NousToutes” (“All of us” conjugated in feminine), these demonstrations allowed to gather nearly 50 000 men and women only in Paris.

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Exclusive: Will right-leaning AfD party oppose on support China? And Dexit?

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5 mn read The German federal election of 2021 ended on September 26. The Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) became the majority party with 25.7% of the vote, replacing the Union parties (Christian Democratic Union of Germany and Christian Social Union in Bavaria), which received only 24.1% of the vote. In comparison, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) received 14.7% and 11.5% of the vote, respectively, ranking third and fourth. The Alternative for Germany (AfD), a relatively right-wing party which formerly had 12.6% of the vote, received only 10.5% of the vote this time. After the election, Eat News exclusively interviewed AfD MP Jürgen Braun and asked him some tough questions.

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Flight Attendants for the New Italian National Airline Strip off their Uniforms, Declaring ‘No More’ to their Working Conditions

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3 mn read Italy’s new national airline, ITA Airways, took to the skies last week, but all is not well on the ground of Italian aviation. The government-owned carrier was formed from Air One and Alitalia, Italy’s two largest carriers, to create a more competitive airline. But a recent study by Jens Flottau and the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) shows that Italy’s new national champion will have a hard time.s