Voir le réponse du gouvernement au sondage

France

France-outline-map-credit-Matt-Rosenberg-About.com-geography

Souscrire au flux RSS de cette rubrique

Histoire et composants dans cette catégorie

Article
1 December 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Michael J. Bazyler, Professor of Law at Whittier Law School, in ACLU International Civil Liberties Report 2001 [American Civil Liberties Union]

An Update [includes updates on human rights-related lawsuits against Credit Suisse, Union Bank of Switzerland, Swiss Bank Corporation, German & Austrian banks, French banks, Barclays Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, J.P. Morgan, European insurance...

Lire la suite

Article
19 November 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Gerald Nadler, Associated Press

A key U.N. committee backed a resolution Monday calling for a global treaty to ban human cloning. The initiative by France and Germany for an international pact to outlaw the procedure, which they say is unacceptable and incompatible with human dignity...

Lire la suite

Histoire
7 November 2001
+ English - Cacher
Article
7 November 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Union Network International

A trans-Atlantic campaign to win union rights for workers in the US subsidiary of French retailer PinaultPrintempsRedoute (PPR) was launched today... The company has been accused of union-busting tactics in PPR-Brylane distribution centres in Indiana.

Lire la suite

Article
5 November 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: UN Wire

Amid ongoing controversy over how to proceed in seeking international measures on the traceability of small arms, Michel Rocard, a former French prime minister and the senior co-chairman of the Eminent Persons Group on small arms, is set to resign from...

Lire la suite

Article
18 October 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Reuters

French oil company TotalFinaElf is to be placed under judicial investigation over the sinking of its oil tanker Erika, which caused huge marine and coastal pollution in 1999, the company said this week. TotalFinaElf said French judge Dominique de...

Lire la suite

Article
16 October 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Reuters

France is planning to ban sodium arsenite, a fungicide used for the treatment of vines, because of the risks it poses to public health and the environment, farm minister Jean Glavany said yesterday.

Lire la suite

Article
2 October 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Reuters

The blast at a French petrochemicals plant last week that killed 29 people has heightened the need for new laws to separate hazardous industrial factories from residential areas, the European Commission said yesterday.

Lire la suite

Article
2 October 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Greg Frost, Reuters

French Farm Minister Jean Glavany last week ordered the withdrawal of atrazine and related weedkillers, saying the chemicals were building up in water supplies and threatening human health. Switzerland's Syngenta AG, and privately held Makteshim of...

Lire la suite

Article
1 October 2001
+ English - Cacher

Auteur: Reuters

More than 15,000 people demonstrated in the southern French city of Toulouse on the weekend to condemn a blast at a petrochemicals factory that killed 29 people and injured thousands.

Lire la suite