Nov 172015
The Way French Dad Explains Good And Bad After Paris Terror Attacks Will Make You Hopeful

The world is still struggling to come to terms with the horrifying terror attacks that struck Paris last Friday. Children have an especially difficult time understanding such sad and scary events. But one dad has the Internet grinning after he explained to his son how we can ‘beat the bad guys.’ 

France magazine Le Petit Journal captured this exchange which has instantly gone viral. Dad of the year right here folks. 


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Nov 162015
Pianist Performs John Lennon’s Imagine After Paris attacks

The entire Western world has been grappling with the horrific news of the multiple terror attacks that occurred on Friday in the city of love, Paris, France. To raise people’s spirits and demonstrate that terror shall never destroy the soul of Paris, ITV News reports that one musician performed John Lennon’s world famous song of peace, Imagine, outside Bataclan concert hall in Paris, one of placed attacked on Friday.


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Aug 032015
Three French Girls Perform Gorgeous Pop Music Medley

Elijay L.E.J is made up of three French girls who have been friends since childhood. They also happen to be extremely musically talented. In honor of the summer, they put together this gorgeous medley of a slew of pop music hits from the past few months. Viewers will recognize Lean onHey mamaUptown Funk, and more! 


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Mar 292015
Monsanto Scientist Claims Roundup Is Safe To Drink, But Refuses To Taste Any

Monsanto is the giant multi-national corporation that is behind many famous agriculture products, such as Miracle Grow and Roundup. They are often attacked for peddling unsafe products. During an interview with French cable channel Canal+, Monsanto scientist Dr. Patrick Moore claimed Glyphosate, the chemical name for Roundup, was perfectly safe to drink. But when offered a glass of the weed-killer by the interviewer, he refused, and said, “No. I’m not stupid.”

Now this video has gone viral! What do you think?


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Jan 142015
Crowd Sings John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ At Charlie Hebdo Unity March

Millions of people took the streets in unity marches and rallies across France to honor the 17 victims of the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks, including many world leaders who traveled to Paris to march in solidarity.

French YouTuber Lâm Hua was in an apartment in Paris above the crowded streets and played John Lennon’s classic song Imagine. Countless people started to sing along to the inspirational song. Now, this uplifting video has gone viral with over half a million hits!


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