Bastille Day


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a legal holiday in France celebrating the storming of the Paris bastille in 1789

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At the Bastille Day reception, Minister Mukhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar awarded these artists for their wonderful work, said Ms Veronique.
The heated Sunday protest came amid the symbolic Bastille Day national celebrations, marking the 230th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille prison during the French Revolution and the fall of the monarchy.
Reliable sources said the French embassy was informed by the DFA that no one from the department would be available for the Bastille Day celebration.
In a Bastille Day message to the French people published before the parade, Macron said he wanted to highlight France's irrevocable commitment to consolidate French and European security.
For information about the Bastille Day event or the commission, contact Doreen at (847) 818-5300.
At this juncture, the life and times of the African immigrant community must be objectively evaluated pre and post World Cup glory to deduce the effectiveness of 'Liberty,' 'Equality' and 'Fraternity' - notions that set the very foundation of Bastille Day. Is France ready?
Christopher Buluran, a retired Filipino-American US Navy sailor, remains missing in Paris, France, since Bastille Day on July 14, 2018.
RIYADH: The French Embassy in Riyadh celebrated Bastille Day with great zeal, holding a reception organized by Ambassador Francois Gouyette to honor French-Saudi friendship.
The Bastille Day depicts history, notably the beginning of French Revolution in 1789 when the main prison, the Bastille, a symbol of the king's and nobility's oppression, was stormed.
Paris: As France celebrated Bastille Day on July 14, the UAE joined it as the guest of honour at its Diplomatic Garden Party.
A quintet of Kuwaiti cadets during the French military ceremony PARIS, July 14 (KUNA) -- France on Saturday celebrated Bastille Day with a lavish military parade in the capital Paris where Kuwaiti trainees have taken part for the first time ever.
TODAY, July 14 is the National Day of France commonly known as Bastille Day, in English-speaking countries.
Bistro A Vin and Made en France are hosting Bastille Day celebrations on Saturday.