30/09/2013 – France – Europe France on Monday took delivery of the first Airbus A400M military transport plane to be built. The pan-European aircraft maker hopes the sale will lead to hundreds more across the world. 22/09/2013 – World news explained A New York-based think-tank has proposed a plan to ease tensions between China and Taiwan. 20/09/2013 – World news explained A year away from a referendum on Scottish independence, opinion polls show only a third of voters are in favour of splitting from the United Kingdom.The “no” camp says independence … 02/09/2013 – France – US – Syria The French government is due to present evidence to senior lawmakers that it claims proves Syrias Bashar al-Assads regime used sarin gas in a deadly attack, prompting calls for … 30/08/2013 – France – Syria – US France is still ready to take part in attacks on Syria, despite the British parliament’s vote against participation, President Francois Hollande told Le Monde newspaper on Friday. 26/08/2013 – France – Syria The West will soon decide on a response to last weeks alleged chemical attack in Syria, says French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, as western powers consider the possibility of military … 25/08/2013 – France – Syria France believes that President Bashar al-Assad’s regime used chemical weapons against Syrian civilians in the much-publicised attack this week, President Francois Hollande said Sunday. 22/08/2013 – France – India A rare Asiatic lion cub has been born in a French zoo, officials said Thursday. 20/08/2013 – World news explained
This joint venture combines the expertise of URS, AMEC, and AREVA. NMP, through Sellafield Ltd., manages and operates the site on behalf of the NDA since 2008. This scope includes reprocessing and waste storage facilities, the former nuclear power stations Calder Hall and Windscale (Cumbria), as well as the engineering design centre at Risley (Cheshire). AREVA brings its expertise in various areas including operations, engineering, and decommissioning. With a workforce of 10,000 people, Sellafield is the largest nuclear site in the United Kingdom and one of the world’s most complex nuclear sites. Over the past five years, NMP and Sellafield Ltd. have gained a better understanding of this challenging project, while achieving important objectives and efficiencies. Some of operational milestones include the retrieval of spent fuel from a legacy storage pond and the first returns of High Active Waste to their country of origin. The site also achieved its best ever industrial safety performance in 2012. MORE ABOUT AREVA AREVA supplies advanced technology solutions for power generation with less carbon. Its expertise and unwavering insistence on safety, security, transparency and ethics are setting the standard, and its responsible development is anchored in a process of continuous improvement. Ranked first in the global nuclear power industry, AREVA’s unique integrated offering to utilities covers every stage of the fuel cycle, nuclear reactor design and construction, and operating services. The group is actively developing its activities in renewable energies – wind, bioenergy, solar and energy storage – to become a European leader in this sector. With these two major offers, AREVA’s 47,000 employees are helping to supply ever safer, cleaner and more economical energy to the greatest number of people.
The British broadcaster BBC is yet to determine the method and mechanism it will use to select its 2014 Eurovision Song Contest entry and representative. Further details regarding UK’s 2014 Eurovision plans will be released in due course. In 2013 Bonnie Tyler was selected to represent the United Kingdom via an internal selection with her entry Believe in me. The United Kingdom debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957 and has won the event a total of 5 times (1967, 1969, 1976,19881 and 1997). The UK also holds the record of being the country with the most 2nd places in the contest , achieving the runner up position a total of 15 times. We must not forget that the United Kingdom also holds the record of hosting the contest a total of 8 times: London 1960, 1963, 1968, 1977, Edinburgh 1972, Brighton 1974, Harrogate 1982 and Birmingham 1998. The UK has only missed one contest since their debut in 1957, notably the 1958 Eurovision Song Contest. The Brits have been competing in Europe’s favourite television show religiously every year since 1959. Sweden, Denmark , Finland , Norway, France, Albania , Iceland, Ireland, San Marino, Georgia , Switzerland, The Netherlands, Estonia , Malta, Russia, Germany, Austria , FYR Macedonia , Montenegro, Belgium , Spain ,United Kingdom and Latvia have all confirmed their participation at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest next year in Denmark . Whilst Italy, Belarus , Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, Lithuania and Slovenia have said they will most likely be in the competition. Who will follow into Bonnie Tyler’s footsteps and represent the United Kingdom at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest? Stay tuned to Esctoday.com for the latest information.
Gardner, playing as the extra man in midfield thanks to Celustka’s inclusion at right-back, pounced, steering a good finish inside the far post to give the home side a fifth-minute lead. Jones and Vidic were the fifth central defensive partnership that Moyes had tried in as many games. Jones made a nervy start, caught in possession by Gardner in the ninth minute, only to make an excellent recovering slide tackle in the penalty area. Vidic looked unsettled throughout by Jozy Altidore’s strength. Januzaj’s selection was the most eye-catching of the visitors’ four changes. The teenager, who also qualifies to represent Albania, had been spared the long mid-week trip to play Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine because he is not registered in the Champions League. A natural number 10, he started on the left, with Nani on the right, but the fact that both players shot narrowly wide from inside the D within the first 20 minutes showed they were quite happy to come inside. Januzaj spent more time infield than along the touchline, leaving Patrice Evra to provide the width. Nani ought to have equalised when Evra’s deep cross cleared Valentin Roberge’s head, but he steered his volley wide. Bottom-of-the-table Sunderland were the equal of the away side in the first half, though, and Giaccherini their best player. David de Gea made a terrific right-handed save when the 5ft 4in (163cm) wide man found himself in a generous amount of space from Adam Johnson’s cross and the Italian also shot over in the 44th minute after Johnson spread panic in the United defence. Keiren Westwood saved Rafael da Silva’s powerful shot well in the 41st minute, but it was a rare moment of first-half action for the Sunderland goalkeeper. Januzaj blotted his copybook in the 48th minute when he flopped over the merest hint of an outstretched leg from John O’Shea. Instead of getting a penalty, he was shown a yellow card. But he soon made it up to the away fans.