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The naming of a baby as ‘Jihad’ has stirred controversy in France. The country has suffered a string of militant attacks in recent years, as the war in Syria has caught Europe off-guard, and the baby’s name has naturally attracted a lot of attention. The parents of the baby have been reported to the authorities in Toulouse, and France’s chief prosecutor now has to look into the matter. The judge for family issues in the country may have to rule on the case. France lays to rest priest slain by ‘jihadists’ Contrary to popular opinion ‘Jihad’ does not necessarily mean ‘holy war’ but may be translated as ‘struggle’ or ‘effort’ from the Arabic language. According to French law, parents have freedom to choose their child’s name as long as it does not harm the baby’s interest or is opposed by other members of the family on representational grounds. The term ‘Jihadists’ (an iteration of the term jihad) is commonly used to refer to militants who carry out violent attacks in the name of Islam, like the Islamic State or the Al-Qaeda. French Muslim leader calls for doubling of mosques Militants have killed more than 230 people in the country over the past few years. Ever since the horrific attacks by the Islamic State on a Paris concert in late 2014, the French government has been ruling in a state of emergency. A mother in the city of Nimes was given a suspended jail term and a $2,353 fine in 2013 after [Read More…]
Spain will host Great Britain in the first round of the 2018 Davis Cup, while this year’s finalists France and Belgium were drawn against the Netherlands and Hungary respectively on Wednesday.Australia, beaten 3-2 by Belgium in last weekend’s semi-final, will start next year’s campaign at home to Germany with the United States, the record 32-time champions, travelling to Serbia.The opening round will be held February 2-4, just a week after the conclusion of the 2018 Australian Open in Melbourne.World number one Rafael Nadal, a four-time Davis Cup champion with Spain in 2004, 2008, 2009 and 2011, could line up against Andy Murray, the man he replaced at the top of the rankings last month.Murray, who is likely to miss the rest of the season due to a nagging hip injury, helped Britain end a 79-year title drought when they beat Belgium to lift the trophy in 2015.The participation of Serbia’s Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland remains to be seen after the pair were also forced to cut short their campaigns due to injury.Roger Federer, who teamed up with Wawrinka to win the 2014 Davis Cup, last played in the event in a World Group play-off tie in September 2015.France host Belgium in this year’s final in Lille from November 24-26.2018 first round drawFrance v NetherlandsJapan v ItalySpain v Great BritainAustralia v GermanyKazakhstan v SwitzerlandCroatia v CanadaSerbia v USAHungary v Belgium Click for detailed story
MARSIELLE: A woman threw acid at four female American tourists at a train station in the French city of Marseille on Sunday, an attack police said they did not believe was terrorism-related. Two of the women, in their early twenties, were treated in hospital for burns to their faces, police said. The tourists were on their way from the southern city to Paris. At least 84 killed in France as truck plows into crowd The attacker, a woman in her 40s, was arrested at the scene. Investigators have for now ruled out a terrorist motive and said they believe the attacker may be mentally disturbed, a police official said. The post American tourists attacked with acid at French train station appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click for detailed story
PARIS: Australia edged closer to a first Davis Cup final in 14 years on Saturday when Jordan Thompson and John Peers swept past Arthur De Greef and Ruben Bemelmans 6-3, 6-4, 6-0 for a 2-1 lead in their semi-final against Belgium.Australia, the 28-time champions, look likely to face nine-time winners France who are 2-1 up on Serbia thanks to Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert clinching a 6-1, 6-2, 7-6 (7/3) win over Nenad Zimonjic and Filip Krajinovic.Lleyton Hewitt´s Australia last won the Davis Cup in 2003 when they beat Spain in the final.“We had a job to do today and we came out and did it from start to finish. Playing with Thommo and in front of this crowd and perform the way we did is just incredible,” said Peers after Saturday´s win in Brussels.Nick Kyrgios can wrap up the tie for Australia on Sunday when he takes on fellow national number one David Goffin in the first of the reverse singles.Kyrgios defeated Steve Darcis 6-3, 3-6, 6-7 (5/7), 6-1, 6-2 on Friday, while Goffin saw off John Millman 6-7 (4/7), 6-4, 6-3, 7-5.In Lille, Mahut and Herbert needed less than two hours to see off Serbia´s 41-year-old playing captain Zimonjic and Krajinovic.That Yannick Noah´s hosts have yet to book their place in the final is down to Dusan Lajovic´s shock 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (9/7), 7-6 (7/5) win in Friday´s opening rubber against Lucas Pouille, although Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had levelled the tie by beating debutant Laslo Djere 7-6 (7/2), 6-3, [Read More…]
PARIS: French police arrested a 24-year-old man Thursday in connection with an assault on French world 800 metres champion Pierre-Ambroise Bosse, sources close to the investigation said. Bosse, 25, said on his Facebook page he had suffered “multiple facial fractures” and “unspeakable psychological damage” following the attack by three individuals at the weekend in the southwest Gironde region of France. The athlete said the assault forced him to put an early end to his season.The attack occurred at around 4:00 am (0200 GMT) on Sunday in the car park of the casino at Gujan-Mestras, a small coastal resort town near Arcachon. Bosse had been a member of the local athletics club at Gujan-Mestras and was on vacation there. He had reportedly spent the night out with friends when he was approached by three people, posing for a photo alongside them before events turned sour.“When he was about to leave in his car, he received a slap in the face for no known reason. So he got out of his car then received a number of blows to the face from several individuals,” the police source said. — Click for detailed story
France´s women´s world featherweight champion Angelique Duchemin died aged 26 on Tuesday. Photo: File PERPIGNAN: France´s women´s world featherweight champion Angelique Duchemin died aged 26 on Tuesday after suffering a heart problem in training.Duchemin fell ill at her boxing club in Thuir in the Pyrenees Orientales region on Monday evening.She received a cardiac massage before being rushed to hospital in Perpignan, the head of the local boxing federation Jacques Rovira told AFP.She passed away in hospital on Tuesday morning, apparently of a pulmonary embolism, Rovira added.Duchemin, whose father, also a boxer, died of a heart attack in 2013, was a double champion of France and Europe in 2015 and won her world title in May.She was due to defend her title on October 12 in Montpellier.France´s Olympic champion, Estelle Mossely, posted on Twitter: “It´s with sadness that I heard about the death of Angelique Duchemin! We started out in the team together. So young… my condolences to her family.” Click for detailed story