Examen de jeunes filles l'HÙtel de Ville de Paris. "Le Petit Journal", 28 juillet 1895. Gravure de MÈaulle d'aprËs Tofani. RV-323038
des Èleveurs de viande bovine organisent une dÈgustation de viande de boeuf, le 20 novembre 2000 devant le conseil gÈnÈral d'Albi, afin de demander aux pouvoirs publics de prendre des dÈcisions en faveur de la filiere bovine suite la crise de "la vache folle".
Newly designated French Premier Michel Debre (6th-L) presents on January 10, 1959, the members of his government to the President General Charles De Gaulle (C) in the Salon Murat of the Elysee Palace in Paris. 1st row, L-R: Antoine Pinay (Fin), Jean Berthoin (Int), Edmond Michelet (Just), Robert Lecourt (Min of State), Felix Houphouet-Boigny (Min of State), Michel Debre, De Gaulle, Jacques Soustelle (Min delegate to the Premier), Louis Jacquinot (Min of State), Andre Malraux (Culturale Expension), Maurice Couve de Murville (Foreign Aff), Pierre Guillaumat (Def), Andre Boulloche (Educ). 2nd row, L-R: Michel Maurice-Bokanowski (Secr for the Int), Joseph Fontanet (Secr for Tourism), Pierre Chatenet (Civil Service), Roger Frey (Inform), Raymond Triboulet (Vets Aff), Bernard Chenot (Health), Roger Houdet (Agric), Robert Buron (Public Works, Transp), Jean-Marcel Jeanneney (Ind & Comm), Paul Bacon (Labor), Pierre Sudreau (Constr), Bernard Cornut-Gentille (Poste), Miss Nafissa Sid Cara (Moslem Aff), Max Flechet (Secr for Eco Aff), Valery Giscard d'Estaing (Secr for Budget). Michel DebrÈ (15 January 1912 ñ 02 August 1996), a French Gaullist politician, is considered the "father" of the current Constitution of France, and was the first Prime Minister of the Fifth Republic. He served under President Charles de Gaulle from 1959 to 1962. AFP PHOTO
Somali Islamist parade on a road as they display some of their weapons on the outskirts of Mogadishu on Novermber 4, 2008. Islamists were ousted from southern Somalia early 2007 after battles with Ethiopian-backed Somali forces, ending their brief administration that had imposed Islamic law. They then turned to guerrilla attacks on Ethiopian, Somali and African Union peacekeepers, mainly in Mogadishu, and succeeded. When in power in 2006, the Islamists carried out executions, shut down cinemas and photo shops, banned live music, flogged drug offenders and harassed civilians, mainly women, for failing to wear appropriate dress in public. AFP PHOTO/Abdurashid Abukar
Liu Benren, right, Chairman of China Metallurgical Group Corporation and Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd., and Meng Jianmin, second left, Deputy Director of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, beat a gong during the ceremony for the listing of shares of Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd. at the Shanghai Stock Exchange in Shanghai, China, Monday, 21 September 2009.