Encouraging poll numbers, a changing, more youthful image, and a fearful political and economic climate: These are the ingredients the National Front needs for a breakout moment. And it has them. BuzzFeed News’ Rosie Gray reports from Paris.
People lined up before dawn to buy a copy of the new issue, which quickly sold out around the city. Copies will go up for sale again on Thursday and until March.
It features cartoons by the artists who were killed and several that mock terrorism.
Marine Le Pen criticized Qatar, which owns the channel, leading editors to pull the interview, sources said.
Benjamin Netanyahu, facing an election in two months, made the visit after reports that his French counterpart had not wanted him to attend.
“But you understand, everything is seen from different perspectives.”
“If France doesn’t want to lose its Jews, it has to wake up.”
Demonstrators gathered in town squares and at French embassies to show their support for the 12 people who were gunned down Wednesday in Paris.
News outlets shy away from publishing the controversial images of the paper’s satirical cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
The draft-Carson movement gears up for a run.
“We feel very misled by the U.S. government.”
Hogan Lovells will lobby for a Venezuela that has been boxed out by coming sanctions and new U.S.-Cuba relations.
“I’m asking that the governments of the world, including the United States government, be coherent in their principles of democracy,” Rosa María Payá tells BuzzFeed News.
“I anticipate we’re going to have a very interesting couple of years discussing how you’re going to get an ambassador nominated and how you’ll get an embassy funded,” Rubio says.
Part of the deal were prisoner releases and exchanges. Alan Gross, who was arrested and has been imprisoned for espionage in Cuba for the past five years, is on his way back to the U.S. There will also be a swap of alleged spies.
Rabinowitz and Keyak plan to take an aggressive progressive approach to pro-Israel politics. “Jews are Democrats, and they will be again in two years, and they just are.”
The CIA chief makes no mention of some of the most shocking revelations in the Senate’s report on CIA torture programs.
The long-delayed report details the CIA’s detention and interrogation policies during the Bush administration.
The report by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence also says two secretaries of state were not informed of black site locations.
The Louisiana governor’s views seem designed to avoid displeasing anyone. John Bolton and Jim Talent are advising the likely 2016 candidate.