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THE CANADIAN PRESS
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In 1998, 21 sailors drowned and four were rescued from a Cypriot-registered ship, “Flare,” that broke in half and sank in the stormy North Atlantic, southwest of St. Pierre and Miquelon. In 2003, the space shuttle “Columbia” blasted off. On board was ...

FSX St Pierre And Miquelon Scenery - http://flyawaysimulation.com
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Islands Of St Pierre And Miquelon. Includes new local mesh, photoreal textures at 2m/pixel, various buildings and visual reference marks. The airport of St Pierre (LFVP) is created with a non-flat runway, as it is in reality, whith a true length profile.
Jean-Luc Mélenchons maritime Weltmacht-Träume - DIE WELT - Google News

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Jean-Luc Mélenchons maritime Weltmacht-Träume
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Mit den Inseln Saint Pierre et Miquelon liegt Frankreich vor der Ostküste Kanadas, mit Saint Barthélemy und Martinique in der Karibik, mit Französisch-Guyana an der Ostküste Südamerikas, mit Mayotte und Réunion nordwestlich und östlich Madagaskars vor ...

Scytl Online Voting Used by French Ministry of Education - spyghana.com - Google News
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The French Ministry of Education election is a worldwide reference for both best practices and technology for other countries and government agencies around the globe looking to implement online voting
Rebuilding cod in 3Ps - The Telegram - Google News
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France (in St-Pierre-Miquelon) is allocated 15.6 per cent of the TAC for 3Ps in accordance with the 1994 Canada-France Procčs-Verbal treaty.
5 really cool things about St. Pierre and Miquelon - Newfoundland and Labrador
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Just off the coast of Newfoundland is a collection of islands that are not part of the province. Indeed, they are not even Canada! St. Pierre and Miquelon are the last piece of French territory in North America.
A Corner of North America That Is Forever France - Wired News - Google News

A Corner of North America That Is Forever France
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Sixteen miles off the coast of Newfoundland and just 800 miles from Boston lie the tiny islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, the last vestiges of the colonial empire of New France. Though these islands are 3,000 miles from Paris, they're French in every ...