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French media goes crazy over rumor that President Obama and Beyonce are having an affair

Posted by Henry Peirse on February 11, 2014 at 2:55 AM

GRNlive correspondent Catherine Field is in Paris and Ed O'Keefe is in Washington

The Daily Mail: A French media firestorm has been circulating claims that Barack Obama and Beyonce are dangerously in love. It came as Francois Hollande, France’s head of state and a well-known love cheat, arrived in America on an official state visit ...

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English food, French wine - a perfect combination?

Posted by Henry Peirse on February 1, 2014 at 4:15 AM

Cameron treats Hollande to pub lunch after summit -

 

GRNlive can arrange for you to speak to the pub landlord about the visit.

BBC: After a morning discussing EU treaties and unmanned drones, Francois Hollande and David Cameron had a change of pace with a pub lunch in Oxfordshire. After the serious business of summit talks, the two men moved on to the Swan Inn in Swinbrook for what was descri...

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Cost-cutting ideas for Britain's Queen Elizabeth II

Posted by Henry Peirse on January 29, 2014 at 4:10 AM

GRNlive Royal corresponents, Christopher Lee is in London

The Washington Post: Royal family isn’t balancing the books. Buckingham Palace boiler out-of-date and utility bills sky-high. Royal household told to reduce its costs and increase income. ...

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Some sad/funny celebrity story....southern US

Posted by Henry Peirse on January 24, 2014 at 4:15 AM

GRNlive has correspondents in Miami...

If you need it, we've got it....there is product placement for some Italian car brand and city tourism angles...but cover it without paying for the junket.

Global Coverage

Posted by Henry Peirse on January 13, 2014 at 3:45 AM

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Las Vegas cabbie finds $300,000 in backseat, returns it to poker player

Posted by Henry Peirse on December 26, 2013 at 3:00 AM

GRNlive LA correspondent Ken McCoy is covering this Christmas story.

CNN via Fox 59: A Las Vegas cabbie had no second thoughts when he found $300,000 in cash in a brown paper bag in his cab this week.He made sure it was returned to the forgetful owner.

Sir Paul McCartney urges Putin leniency for Greenpeace

Posted by Henry Peirse on November 15, 2013 at 3:15 AM

GRN correspondent in Moscow, Kevin O'Flynn can help you answer the question, will this help?

BBC: Ex-Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has written to Vladimir Putin, calling for the release of a group of detainees known as the Arctic 30. In his letter to the Russian president, he expresses hope that the 28 protesters and two journalists could be home before Christmas.

The Fifth Estate - 'Cumberbatch shines but this drama disappoints'

Posted by Henry Peirse on October 12, 2013 at 3:50 AM

GRN correspondents Jens Gould and Ken McCoy are in Hollywood and can put some context into the drama.

Entertainmentwise: The 'tech biopic' has become something of a new craze in Hollywood, with most giants of the modern technological age having already been portrayed on film.

Shia LaBeouf 'beaten up' in London for filming a girl vomiting

Posted by Henry Peirse on October 12, 2013 at 2:55 AM

GRN correspondent in London, Chris Walker can discuss how this could happen in London after dark.

Yahoo News: ‘Transformers’ star Shia LaBeouf was reportedly beaten up in London after he filmed a girl vomiting on the street with his camera phone, according to The Sun. The report claims the actor, currently in the UK filming Br...

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Clashes break out in Libya's Benghazi after blasts, protests

Posted by Matthew Cooksey on July 29, 2013 at 3:40 AM

GRNlive correspondent Siliman Ali is available in Benghazi for phoners and Skypers.

Reuters: At least one person was killed in overnight fighting in Benghazi, a security official said, as an upsurge in violence in the eastern Libyan city since last week's killing of a prominent political activist showed no signs of abating.