The good news is, there neither is, nor was, a war between France and Mexico. A French lady had been in jail in Mexico for 7 years, she was fred and could fly back to Paris and meet President François Hollande for a debriefing, and the French TV’s talked a lot about her 36 hours without knowing much about the story behind. Viva Mexico, and vive la France, that’s it. Read more about it here : http://renaudfavier.com/2013/01/24/viva-mexico-et-que-vive-la-france-quant-a-florence-cassez-il-ny-a-pas-eu-mort-dhomme-si-basta-cosi-non/
Renaud Favier – January 26th, 2013 – http://bonneannee2013.wordpress.com/
Bonus : nothing like good police and fair justice !
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Many French people enjoy a May Day off, or even another 4-day week-end “à la française”. Cinema lovers may have decided to go to Cannes with a view to see or meet global stars at the “Festival”. Some normal people #InRealLife just work in Paris.
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