Post Tagged with: "Paris"

Horsing Around: Horsemeat Found in Frozen Food Dishes

  According to a judiciary source, Europe has opened a preliminary investigation since discovering the use of horsemeat in place of beef in food dishes. The investigation was originally opened in Metz on Tuesday but has been relocated to the Public Health Center in Paris, a national organization that handles food product concerns. The reins of the investigation were given to the General Directorate for Fraud Control (DGCCRF) and to police officers of the Central[Read More…]

December 16: Same-Sex Marriage Demonstration in Images

On December 16, tens of thousands of protesters gathered around the famous Place de la Bastille to support same-sex marriage. LaJeunePolitique and its reporters were there. More news, articles and videos coming soon. All the pictures are the property of La Jeune Politique and its reporter, Pauline Proffit.

Dismissal of Paris Chief of Police: A Witch Hunt or Mere Change of Government?

PARIS – Last Tuesday, before taking off to Madrid to meet his Spanish counterpart George Fernandez Diaz, Manuel Valls, the Minister of Interior, notified Michel Gaudin, Paris Chief of Police, of his decision to dismiss him from his station in the Prefecture. Since François Hollande’s election to the Presidency of the French Republic, the retention of Michel Gaudin, 63 and close to former President Nicolas Sarkosy, as the head of Paris Police Prefecture (where he[Read More…]