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The last time a Pope addressed the parliament in Strasbourg was in 1988 when an Iron Curtain still divided the continent.
Anti-immigration and anti-euro currency, she has set her sights on blocking the controversial EU-U.S. trade pact in Strasbourg.
Polls nevertheless have put UKIP in first place in the UK, with estimates it could virtually double its seats in Strasbourg.
He came to Strasbourg, France, to witness the free speech argument in Harry Evans's landmark thalidomide case.
Finally, in a town-hall meeting in Strasbourg, France, President Obama discussed anti-American sentiment in Europe.
That evening Graham found himself in the coupe of the express train to Strasbourg.The Parisians, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
It informs us as to the last inward struggles of the Reformer on the eve of quitting Strasbourg to return to Geneva.Letters of John Calvin, Volume I (of 4)|Jules Bonnet
"We will go by Strasbourg, then," said Mr. Palliser, gallantly.Can You Forgive Her?|Anthony Trollope
Cagliostro, whose real name is said to have been Giuseppe Balsamo, came to Strasbourg in 1780.
Fritz betook himself on foot to Strasbourg, and there found what the prodigal son of the Bible failed to find—to wit, a friend.Cousin Pons|Honore de Balzac