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This Day, That Year – May 30

The Brew News Team   Tue 30 May 2023    

This day in history we feature the European Space Agency. An intergovernmental organization dedicated to space exploration and research was established on this day in 1975. Trivia – European Space Agency The European Space Agency is an organisation of 22 […]


This Day, That Year – March 31

The Brew News Team   Fri 31 Mar 2023    

This day in history we feature the Eiffel Tower. A wrought-iron lattice tower on the Champ de Mars in Paris was officially inaugurated on this day in 1889. Trivia – Eiffel Tower Eiffel Tower is named after the engineer Gustave […]


UNESCO global conference to tackle online disinformation and hate speech

The Brew News Team   Sun 26 Feb 2023    

Paris: The Internet For Trust Conference, which is organised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), has brought together 4,300 participants to discuss regulatory solutions to the ongoing crisis of online information – the first ever such […]


This Day, That Year – August 10

Brew Admin   Wed 10 Aug 2022    

This day in history we feature the Louvre Museum. The Louvre or the Louvre Museum, is the world’s most-visited museum, and a historic landmark in Paris, France opened on this day in 1793. Trivia – Louvre Museum The museum is […]


The world’s largest dinosaur skeleton could be yours!

Brew Admin   Thu 09 Sep 2021    

If you’re into dinosaurs, you too could own a 66-million-year-old giant Triceratops fossil if you have an estimated 1.2 million euros (AED5million).  The fossil who has been named Big John’s skull is 2.62 meters (8 feet 7 inches) long and […]


Paris streets set aflame as anti ‘police security’ protests take a violent turn

Brew Admin   Sun 06 Dec 2020    

 Violence erupted in Paris on Saturday for the second consecutive weekend at a mass protest against a new security law, with demonstrators clashing with police, vehicles set alight and shop windows smashed. Thousands of people had began marching peacefully in […]


‘Break free’: Hundreds romp at secret rave in France amid strict lockdowns

Brew Admin   Mon 23 Nov 2020    

On a darkened residential street in Paris, a gate left partly open signals the entrance to an abandoned train tunnel — and an illegal rave party for 300 people looking for an escape from France’s Covid-19 lockdown. The attendees poured […]


Four behind foiled Paris train terror that inspired movie head to trial

Brew Admin   Tue 17 Nov 2020    

A Moroccan man and three alleged accomplices went on trial in France Monday for an attempted terror attack on an Amsterdam-Paris train five years ago that was foiled by passengers whose heroic actions were turned into a Hollywood film. Hollywood […]


Dark, silent streets in France as COVID curfew takes effect

Brew Admin   Sun 18 Oct 2020    

Some 20 million French people prepared to spend their first evening under curfew on Saturday, a measure taken by the government after an alarming surge in new coronavirus cases. The 9:00 pm to 6:00 am curfew came into force at […]


Seven detained after Paris knife attack

Brew Admin   Sat 26 Sep 2020    

Seven people have been detained in connection with an attack outside the former offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, according to reports. A man armed with a meat cleaver wounded two people in the attack on Friday. The […]