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FRANCE/
RTX17SV0 
January 24, 2014 
A student walks with a silver coffee tray at the Institut Paul Bocuse, in a 19th century chateau, in... 
Ecully, France 
A student walks with a silver coffee tray at the Institut Paul Bocuse, in a 19th century chateau, in... 
A student walks with a silver coffee tray at the Institut Paul Bocuse, in a 19th century chateau, in Ecully near Lyon, December 11, 2013. The Institut Paul Bocuse, created by French chef Paul Bocuse in 2004, trains students in every aspect of the culinary arts and hotel and restaurant management, on the path to Excellence. The cooking school welcomes 450 students from 37 countries each year for a unique immersion in French gastronomic heritage. Picture taken December 11, 2013. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY EDUCATION) 
FRANCE/
RTX12U32 
August 23, 2013 
Roma women prepare coffee near a wood fire shortly before they were evicted by French police from their... 
VAULX-EN-VELIN, France 
Roma women prepare coffee near a wood fire shortly before they were evicted from their illegal camp in... 
Roma women prepare coffee near a wood fire shortly before they were evicted by French police from their illegal camp in Vaulx-en-Velin, east of Lyon, August 23, 2013. According to police several hundred people were evicted from the illegal camp where a fire on August 15, 2013 partially destroyed make-shift cabins. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) 
CYCLING-TOUR/GASTRONOMY
RTX11102 
June 26, 2013 
A man in a cafe looks out of the window at a pack of riders making their way through the 230-km (143-mile)... 
Lyon, France 
File photo of a man in a cafe looking out of the window at a pack of riders participating in the Tour... 
A man in a cafe looks out of the window at a pack of riders making their way through the 230-km (143-mile) sixth stage of the Tour de France cycling race between Nevers and Lyon in this July 11, 2003 file photo. Like most things French, the Tour de France starts and ends around a lunch or a dinner table. Food is, and always has been, a vital part of the race. Decisions are made over a glass of wine at dinner or a cup of coffee at breakfast. Gastronomy is such a part of the way of life in France that a tour of the country's regions has to reflect the diversity of the cuisine. Every morning at the Village Depart, riders in their racing gear, VIPS in their best suits and journalists in shorts and tee-shirts gather around huge buffets for a taste of the local specialties and wines, from the strong cheese of Corsica to the oysters of Cancale, the foie gras of the Pyrenees or the fondue of the Alps. And every evening, when the race is over, the whole Tour crew - known as suiveurs or "followers" - stage their own race to make it to the best local restaurants before closing time. To match story CYCLING-TOUR /GASTRONOMY REUTERS/Vincent Kessler/Files (FRANCE - Tags: SPORT CYCLING FOOD SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
FRANCE/
RTR2JNYZ 
March 09, 2011 
France's Socialist Party head Martine Aubry (L) has a coffee as she campaigns for the upcoming local... 
MEYZIEU, France 
France's Socialist Party head Aubry has a coffee as she campaigns for the upcoming local French elections... 
France's Socialist Party head Martine Aubry (L) has a coffee as she campaigns for the upcoming local French elections in Meyzieu, near Lyon, March 9, 2011. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
FRANCE/
RTR2JNYW 
March 09, 2011 
France's Socialist Party head Martine Aubry (L) has a coffee as she campaigns for the upcoming local... 
MEYZIEU, France 
France's Socialist Party head Aubry has a coffee as she campaigns for the upcoming local French elections... 
France's Socialist Party head Martine Aubry (L) has a coffee as she campaigns for the upcoming local French elections in Meyzieu, near Lyon, March 9, 2011. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
MILLON
RTXIG1D 
March 30, 1998 
Charles Millon, the re-elected head of the Rhone Alpes regional council, sips coffee during a political... 
Charles Millon, the re-elected head of the Rhone Alpes regional council, sips coffee during a polit..... 
Charles Millon, the re-elected head of the Rhone Alpes regional council, sips coffee during a political meeting in Lyon March 30. Millon is one of the conservative politicians who used the National Front to hold on to power in their areas. The right-wing cut deals with the National Front after it won 15.3 per cent of the March 15 vote in regional elections, enabling it to help the right in regions where the combined left failed to win an absolute majority. 
CLINTON
RTXGOEY 
June 28, 1996 
US President Bill Clinton has a late night cup of coffee in a Lyon cafe after the first day of the G7... 
US President Bill Clinton has a late night cup of coffee in a Lyon cafe after the first day of the G..... 
US President Bill Clinton has a late night cup of coffee in a Lyon cafe after the first day of the G7 summit June 27. 
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