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Urban Parisian Vines Produce Wine With A Drop Of History
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We knew the Honey Nut Cheerios bee liked sweet stuff. But imagine what would happen if he met green M&M? Doug Kanter/Rusty Jarrett/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Paris on Sunday, supporters of newly elected president Francois Hollande celebrated. Joel Saget /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Eleanor Beardsley, reporting on 'Morning Edition'
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Eleanor Beardsley on 'Morning Edition'
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French police officers at the scene of the siege today in Toulouse, where a suspect in recent killings is said to be holed up in an apartment. Pascal Guyot /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Young people walk away from the Ozar Hatorah Jewish school, on Monday in Toulouse, southwestern France, where at least four people (three of them children) were killed and one seriously wounded when a gunman opened fire. It was the third gun attack in a week by a man who fled on a motorbike. Remy Gabalda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In France, Politicians Make Halal Meat A Campaign Issue
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A McDonald's breakfast meal in Villeurbanne, France includes fresh baguettes and jam spreads with coffee for $4.55. Juste Philippe/Maxppp /Landov hide caption

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