French Court Allows Auction of American Indian Artifacts
A judge rejected a challenge by the Hopi tribe of northeastern Arizona, despite the group’s contention that the artifacts were sacred, communally owned objects.
French auction firm faces court test over sale of Hopi tribal masks
PHOENIX (Reuters) - A Paris auction house is facing a court hearing aimed at halting the controversial sale of a trove of antique tribal masks revered as sacred ritual artifacts by a Native American...
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Rape, Kidnap of Tourists Feed Rio Safety Fears
A late night outing turned into a six-hour-long nightmare after an American woman was gang raped and beaten aboard a public transit van while her handcuffed French boyfriend looked on helplessly, in an incident that's shocked this resort city as it gears up to host next year's World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
India Ink: Quel Brouhaha! A Diatribe on Unions Irks the French
American executive threatens French with cheap labor from India or China.
American Executive Lashes Out at French Unions, Touching Off Uproar
The broadside by Maurice Taylor Jr. of Titan International came as he rejected France’s plea to take over a closed Goodyear plant.