The world was left shocked and horrified when terrorists claiming to be from the ISIS organization hit various venues around France, killing 129 people and injuring 352. Countries worldwide have donned the Paris colours on their major landmarks as a way of showing their support to France and we send our thoughts and best wishes to them as well.
Charlie Hebdo is a French satirical magazine that was attacked by three masked men who stormed their office in Paris earlier this week. It was an apparent terrorist attack that left 12 people dead and 11 injured. Artists from around the world have responded to this terrorist act by creating these powerful images to honor the people involved and show that freedom of speech will prevail.
He says it took him over 400 hours of work.
The part where he zooms up to the Arc de Triomphe is simply awesome.
Luc Arbogast is a French musician and singer with an amazing talent. He can sing with a woman/angel voice (countertenor) like only few men can.
The driver of the Smart left his car in the middle of the street while visiting a coffee shop, then an unhappy truck driver comes and tells it like it is...
Fyi: the woman yelling like a chimpanzee is his mother.
This was caught during the filming of a TV show called 'the best Bakery in France' and strangely, this was left in the show..
A student offers free kisses (through the window) to other students walking across the hall ‘til he stumbles upon a hater…
This happened in France. For unknown reasons, the woman was blocking the train doors, preventing the train to get back on its way and annoying all passengers…
Baumettes prison in Marseille, France is possibly the foulest in all of Europe. The prison, which is currently overcrowded and filthy, is set to be renovated to bring it up to modern health and safety standards.
There is nothing special in this auto repair shop in French province Île-de-France if you look from the outside. However, the seemingly unremarkable garage of l’Écurie Europe contains the collection of the coolest racing cars from the ‘60s to the ‘80s, preserved and repaired by skillful automobile mechanics.