Marseilles


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a port city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean

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In Marseilles that day there was a villainous prison.
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MARSEILLES (TAP/TAP special correspondent Soraya Ben Mustapha) - President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki, who ends, on Thursday his three-day official stay in France, visited the city of Marseilles.
Jean NoE1/2l GuE[umlaut]rini, Chairman of the General Council of Bouches-du-Rhone, and Jean Claude Gaudin, Mayor of Marseilles.
BUSINESS leaders in the southern French city of Marseilles will press Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary to open a direct link with Liverpool John Lennon airport.
One week later, the patient was admitted to the infectious diseases unit of a university hospital in Marseilles, France, with persistent fever, myalgia, and a 7-kg weight loss; she had no digestive manifestations.
The Whitechapel's Iwona Blazwick and Anthony Spira, K21's Julian Heynen, and Marseilles MAC's Nathalie Ergino join curatorial forces to keep things bowling along.
BUZZ flies to Marseilles three times per day from London Stansted.
Fry and his collaborators forged passports and mapped escape routes for Jews who were about to be rounded up by the Gestapo and Marseilles Prefecture de Police.
In September 1998, she simultaneously announced her resignation from the Paris Opera Ballet and began working in Marseilles, where she is replacing Roland Petit as the director of the Ballet de Marseille and its prestigious dance school.
In October 1998, a 65-year-old man came to the Felix Houphouet Boigny Hospital of Tropical Medicine in Marseilles, France, for evaluation of fever, nausea, vomiting, myalgias, and diarrhea.
MARSEILLES, France -- It was a melancholy day in Marseilles on December 2, 1997, when Roland Petit, the artistic director of the Ballet National de Marseille and the accompanying school, made public his decision to step down.
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And recently the town and port of Marseilles went en fete for a grand gala--televised live all over Europe--celebrating Petit's twenty-five years with his Marseilles troupe, a program, given on a massive, steel-girdered stage built over the water.