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Week 28 2016
Will Dutch follow Brexit with Nexit or stick to EU? (Quote: « [the EU] is like Brussels sprouts (choux de Bruxelles), you might not like them but you eat them because you know they’re good for you
Nice truck attack
In pictures: Bastille Day lorry attack in Nice
Frenchwoman ‘faced job discrimination over headscarf’
UK, USA & Canada
Tory contender: Theresa May
Baton Rouge killing: Black Lives Matter protest photo hailed as ‘legendary’
Dallas shootings: Killer ‘prepared larger attack’
Obama reflects on role as ‘consoler-in-chief’ during Dallas speech
The highs and lows of the pound
The millennials with the most to lose from Brexit
The new divide: Hard or soft Brexit?
BUSINESS & ECONOMY
China’s aviation expansion ambitions
FGM: ‘More community funding needed’ to maintain progress
Why has an Indian state imposed a ‘fat tax’?
Brexit ‘will make NHS staff shortages worse’
Wimbledon 2016: Serena Williams beats Angelique Kerber to win 22nd Grand Slam
French Expressions Even The French Don’t Understand
EDUCATION & FAMILY
I trekked across Europe so I could go to school
SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT
Death robots: Where next after Dallas?
Facebook tests ‘secret message’ service
Woman honeymoons alone after husband denied a visa
US Holocaust museum asks Pokemon Go players to stop
Do mothers make better political leaders?
What Freudian slips (les lapsus révélateurs) really reveal about your mind
Question types (for telephone lessons)
On the title of the article: What does it mean? Do you agree with it?
On the subject of the article: What do you know about (the subject – names mentioned in the article)
Factual questions from the article; e.g. Which is Europe’s most popular airline?