Shoppers strip down to their skivvies for free clothes and other news

In Lyon:

  • Shoppers trek to Desigual in their underwear for the chance to earn two free pieces of clothing as part of a winter sale.
  • A Muslim bride is suing the city government because they asked her to remove her veil during the marriage ceremony.
  • Interpol clarifies exactly why they want to arrest the Lyon doctor who created faulty breast implants.
  • A performance artist takes her show - centered around a box of curiousities - on the road to America.

Photo courtesy of Reuters.

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