Entertainment: Camille Cottin quietly takes a coffee with Jean Dujardin and George Clooney in a Nespresso

Pay-it-forward coffee at Echuca cafe lifts spirits amid Victoria's ongoing flood battle

  Pay-it-forward coffee at Echuca cafe lifts spirits amid Victoria's ongoing flood battle An anonymous act of caffeinated charity is providing the perfect pick-me-up for people in Echuca, as the Victorian town grapples with a slow-moving flood emergency.Lets Do Coffee co-owner Aileen Mackrel's Echuca cafe began a suspended coffee initiative 10 years ago.

  Camille Cottin prend tranquillement un café avec Jean Dujardin et George Clooney dans une publicité Nespresso © Nespresso

George Clooney and Jean Dujardin advertisement is back in the new advertising Nespresso and they are not alone. In the rest of the television campaign “How Far Would You Go For Nespresso”, the two cinema stars are joined by Camille Cottin , whose career has exploded since the success of the Ten percent series. After Italy, this new advertising spot, produced by Grant Heslov, was filmed in the heart of a very beautiful Parisian building with a view of the Tour Eiffel .

For eight years, Jean Dujardin and George Clooney have worked together as the wealthy of the famous coffee brand. With this very pleasant video where the two actors are fighting to find out who will consume the last capsule, Nespresso wishes to emphasize the theme of ecology by mentioning its small recyclable capsules. In a press release published by Nespresso, Jean Dujardin said he was delighted to find his game partner in Monuments Men: “It was a very dynamic shoot where laughing moments, in front and behind the camera. All, accompanied by delicious coffee that we were able to taste with friends. What more". A beautiful friendship that lasts.

Emperor Charles V's secret code cracked after five centuries .
A team of researchers has cracked a five century-old code which reveals a rumoured French plot to kill the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain Charles V. Charles was one of the most powerful men of the 16th century, presiding over a vast empire that took in much of western Europe and the Americas during a reign of more than 40 years. So much so that one nugget of information revealed was the rumour of an assassination plot against Charles V that was said to have been brewing in France, Desenclos said.She said "not much had been known" about the plot but it underlined the monarch's "fear".

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