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Topic - Jean-Marc Ayrault
Stephane Hessel of France was a man of many talents.
A French newspaper is quoting actor Gerard Depardieu as saying he is turning in his passport after insults from France's Socialist prime minister for taking up residence in tax-friendly Belgium.
Gerard Depardieu, one of France's best-known actors, has chastised his country's Socialist prime minister for insulting remarks over his decision to move to tax-friendly Belgium and said in an open letter published Sunday that he's turning in his passport.
The Church of England says that a decision to select the new archbishop of Canterbury — the spiritual leader of the 80-million-strong global Anglican communion — could still be months away.
During his speech, he mentioned his condolence of former South African President, late Nelson Mandela.
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said Hessel had succeeded in that goal.