Frenchman to livestream death in right-to-die case
Alain Cocq, who suffers from a rare condition which causes the walls of his arteries to stick together, said he believed he had less than a week to live and would broadcast his death from Saturday morning
French President Says Defend "Right To Laugh" As Charlie Hebdo Attacks Trial Begins
The right to mock and caricature, even religion, is an essential part of being French, President Emmanuel Macron said at a naturalisation ceremony on Friday, days after the start of a trial of the accused accomplices in an attack by Islamist gunmen on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015.
Frenchman with incurable disease to livestream his death
PARIS, Sept 5 — A Frenchman suffering from a rare and incurable condition is livestreaming his death on social media as he refuses to take food, drink or medicine after President Emmanuel Macron turned down his request for euthanasia. Alain Cocq, 57, who has been suffering from a degenerative...
Facebook blocks terminally ill Frenchman from streaming his death
Facebook said Saturday it would block the livestream of a Frenchman suffering from an incurable condition who wanted to broadcast his death on the social media platform.
French police puzzled by spate of horse mutilations across the country
Police suspect the attacks could be part of 'ritual' because the animals are slashed and often their ear and genitals are removed
Frenchman to Livestream Death in Right-to-Die Case
A Frenchman who is suffering from an incurable condition said Friday he plans to livestream his death on social media as he refuses to take food, drink or medicine after President Emmanuel Macron t…
Frenchman with incurable disease to livestream his death
The man had written to Emmanuel Macron asking to be given a sedative to allow him to die in peace but the president wrote back to him explaining this was not allowed under French law.
Frenchman to livestream death in right-to-die case
A Frenchman who is suffering from an incurable condition said on Friday he plans to livestream his death on social medi
Frenchman to livestream death in right-to-die case
A Frenchman suffering from an incurable condition who plans to livestream his death on social media said Saturday he had begun refusing all food, ...
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