Bobigny


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Bobigny

(bôbēnyē`), city (1990 pop. 44,881), capital of Seine–Saint Denis dept., N central France, an industrial suburb of Paris. Metals, food products, and toys are among the major manufactures.
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Address : direction des Btiments et de la Logistique - rue Mathurin Renaud - immeuble Le Papillon, l~attention de Mme LENORMAND Sylvie, F-93000 Bobigny.
His family lives in Bobigny town in the suburbs of Paris.
Paris, SANA -- As part of the Syrian Sunday event, the Syrian community in France organized a concert at the town of Bobigny near Paris with the participation of the French rap group La Razia.
The Roma camp was located in the Paris suburb of Bobigny, in the department of Seine-Saint-Denis.
Also appealing at a court in Bobigny, near Paris, are slave masters Franck Franoux and Florence Carrasco.
This was disclosed today at a media conference, in Bobigny, by the UNITED SIKHS legal team, who had filed a communication on behalf of Ranjit Singh to the UNHRC in December 2008.
Three days after onset of symptoms, the patient sought care at the Avicenne Hospital, Bobigny, France.
The trial in Bobigny, north of Paris, centres on 22 babies who were sold between 2003 and 2005, mostly to couples in France's Roma communities, for between pounds 2,000 and pounds 3,500, prosecutors say.
Dinky Toys first appeared in 1934 when Meccano Ltd, based in Liverpool, introduced a new line of its modelled miniatures as accessories for train sets and production started more or less simultaneously in Bobigny, France.
Officials of the Louise Michel high school in Bobigny, north east of Paris, decided to expel the three teenagers at disciplinary hearings ordered by a court, said lawyer Felix de Belloy.
In a High Court of Bobigny (France) case, Jordan successfully defended its Advantage camouflage copyright in a lawsuit against the company Midwest France.
Robert Benamouzig of Avicenne Hospital, Bobigny, France, and his associates.