Marseille is an upcoming French television series created by Dan Franck starring Gérard Depardieu. The series is the first French original production for Netflix, who ordered the project to series on July 10, 2015. All episodes of the first season, containing 8 episodes, are set to air on Netflix 5 May 2016.
Robert Taro, Marseilles mayor for 25 years, is set up face-to-face with his former protégé in the next elections.
Marseille formed in Liverpool in early 1976, and released their debut album, Red, White and Slightly Blue on the Mountain Records label in 1978. Original members were Paul Dale (vocals), Neil Buchanan (guitar), Andy Charters (guitar), Keith Knowles (drums) and Steve Dinwoodie (bass). Marseille were the first band to win "UK Battle of the Bands" with the finals judged by Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen at Wembley Arena on 31 October 1977.
Marseille gathered a small fan base while promoting their first album as support for other groups such as Judas Priest, Nazareth, Whitesnake and UFO.
Their debut album contained very raunchy lyrics but suffered somewhat from lack of promotion and limitation of release. The single "Kiss Like Rock 'n' Roll" was produced by Nazareth guitarist Manny Charlton.
MAASTRICHT ... “The pandemic hit right at the moment when we were peaking in terms of mobilization,” said Nicolas Haeringer from the environmental group 350.org ... In September, the global congress of the InternationalUnion for Conservation of Nature is set to take place in the French port city of Marseille, Covid permitting ... .
In 2019, millions of people, led by student and youth organisations, flooded the world's streets to demand that governments act to stave off the worst effects of global warming ... In September, the global congress of the InternationalUnion for Conservation of Nature is set to take place in the French port city of Marseille, Covid permitting ... ....
In 2019, millions of people, led by student and youth organisations, flooded the world's streets to demand that governments act to stave off the worst effects of global warming ... In September, the global congress of the InternationalUnion for Conservation of Nature is set to take place in the French port city of Marseille, Covid permitting ... COVID-19.
Historical sites risk being swallowed up, among them gems such as the Cosquer Cave near the port city of Marseille...The state has long built hundreds of thousands of homes, ports, businesses and infrastructure on the southern coast in areas "which happened to be fragile, low and sandy", Brun, the geographer, said.
For the assembly, some hundred-plus activists had come together from the Criée, in a former fish auction house on the waterfront of the Marseilles’ Old Port, and the Merlan theatre, created some 40 years ago in one of the city’s densely packed neighbourhoods of concrete flats after the police killing of a local man.
In 1377, according to Paine, “the GreatCouncil of Ragusa (Dubrovnik) held ships for thirty days if their port of origin was experiencing an outbreak of the plague. In 1383, the port of Marseilles started to keep ships for forty days (quarantina giorni).” ... The practice was replicated in other places and became universal ... .
Shipowners, exporters and importers are now racing to secure berths and containers at ports, while warning of delays and higher costs for cargoes that are slowly starting to move toward their destinations again ... “A floodgate is going to open, and it will be a fight to get into the ports," said Bjorn O.
Gases from steel processing can be used to make materials for products like insulation boards and wood coatings, concludes an EU-funded project ... Dr ... Such a collaboration was evaluated by the Carbon4PUR project at the port of Marseille-Fos, France, where an ArcelorMittal steel mill is located in immediate proximity to a Covestro production plant ... Dr.
In the FrenchMediterranean port city of Marseille, roughly 6,500 people -- mostly young and mostly without masks -- took part in a carnival parade, flouting a ban on public gatherings. "Nothing justifies that we undermine our collective efforts to keep the virus at bay," said Marseille mayor Benoit Payan, adding that he was "outraged" by the event.