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Ministers talk finance, seek to bolster climate pact
Ministers talk finance, seek to bolster climate pact

Ministers and diplomats from 57 countries gathered in Paris to discuss the make-or-break issue of finance in a climate rescue deal to be sealed in the French capital in December.

Ministers talk finance, seek to bolster climate pact
France confirms wing part found on Reunion is from MH370
France confirms wing part found on Reunion is from MH370

French prosecutors confirmed Thursday that a wing part found on a remote Indian Ocean island was from ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

France confirms wing part found on Reunion is from MH370
US hero of French train attack joins 'Dancing with the Stars'
US hero of French train attack joins 'Dancing with the Stars'

National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos, one of three Americans hailed as heroes, has joined the cast of "Dancing with the Stars."

US hero of French train attack joins 'Dancing with the Stars'
Migrants fleeing war, persecution must be let in: French PM
Migrants fleeing war, persecution must be let in: French PM

People fleeing war and persecution must be welcomed into France, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said as Europe faces a mounting migrant crisis.

Migrants fleeing war, persecution must be let in: French PM
Glastonbury sends abandoned rubber boots to Calais migrants
Glastonbury sends abandoned rubber boots to Calais migrants

Hundreds of pairs of rubber boots left behind by music fans who attended Britain's Glastonbury music festival have been donated to migrants in Calais.

Glastonbury sends abandoned rubber boots to Calais migrants
France's economy minister stumbles on 35-hour-week, again
France's economy minister stumbles on 35-hour-week, again

France's divisive economy minister has once again made waves among Socialists by criticising the country's sacrosanct 35-hour week just as the ruling party gathers for its annual conference.

France's economy minister stumbles on 35-hour-week, again
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Kazakhstan proposes using nuclear energy in food and water industries

Kazakhstan and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) are considering use of nuclear energy in food and water industries.

Kazakhstan proposes using nuclear energy in food and water industries
World leaders must 'accelerate' climate talks: UN chief
World leaders must 'accelerate' climate talks: UN chief

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said that countries must "accelerate the rhythm of negotiations" on capping global warming ahead of an international climate conference in Paris in December.

World leaders must 'accelerate' climate talks: UN chief
EU ministers to hold talks Saturday in Paris after train attack
EU ministers to hold talks Saturday in Paris after train attack

Interior and transport ministers from EU countries are to hold talks in Paris to discuss security measures following last week's attack on a high-speed train that was foiled by passengers.

EU ministers to hold talks Saturday in Paris after train attack
France 'must prepare for other attacks': Hollande
France 'must prepare for other attacks': Hollande

President Francois Hollande warned that France must brace for further attacks, just days after a potential bloodbath on a train was foiled by passengers.

France 'must prepare for other attacks': Hollande
China poses risks to global economic recovery: France
China poses risks to global economic recovery: France

China's faltering growth poses a threat to a recovery in the global economy, France's economy minister Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday.

China poses risks to global economic recovery: France
US train attack hero to be nominated for Airman's Medal
US train attack hero to be nominated for Airman's Medal

The US serviceman who was wounded while foiling a gun attack on a train in Europe will be nominated for the Air Force's highest medal for non-combat bravery.

US train attack hero to be nominated for Airman's Medal
Merkel, Hollande urge 'unified' response to EU refugee crisis
Merkel, Hollande urge 'unified' response to EU refugee crisis

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande called for a "unified" response to the worst refugee crisis to hit the EU since World War II.

Merkel, Hollande urge 'unified' response to EU refugee crisis
Don't ever 'stand by', US 'heroes' plead after train attack
Don't ever 'stand by', US 'heroes' plead after train attack

Three American friends who overpowered a heavily-armed gunman in a train poured cold water on his claim that he had no intention of waging a bloody attack.

Don't ever 'stand by', US 'heroes' plead after train attack
Hollande, Merkel 'to discuss EU migrant crisis on Monday'
Hollande, Merkel 'to discuss EU migrant crisis on Monday'

The French and German leaders will meet in Berlin on Monday to give a new push to European efforts to tackle the biggest migrant crisis in 50 years.

Hollande, Merkel 'to discuss EU migrant crisis on Monday'
Police quiz gunman over French train attack
Police quiz gunman over French train attack

French investigators were interrogating a man who was overpowered by three young Americans after he opened fire with a Kalashnikov on a trainbetween Amsterdam and Paris.

Police quiz gunman over French train attack
EU ministers to hold migrant crisis talks in October: France
EU ministers to hold migrant crisis talks in October: France

Europe's interior and foreign ministers will meet in mid-October to discuss how to respond to the huge influx of migrants and refugees arriving at EU borders.

EU ministers to hold migrant crisis talks in October: France
France's Le Pen booted out of his far-right party
France's Le Pen booted out of his far-right party

Jean-Marie Le Pen, France's elderly, far-right master provocateur, was booted out of the National Front (FN) he founded after a high-profile feud with his daughter and party leader Marine.

France's Le Pen booted out of his far-right party
France and Britain to sign deal on Calais migrant crisis
France and Britain to sign deal on Calais migrant crisis

France and Britain are to sign a deal Thursday aimed at alleviating the migrant crisis in Calais, where thousands of people desperate to cross the Channel have gathered in slum-like conditions.

France and Britain to sign deal on Calais migrant crisis
France calls off search for MH370 wreckage off Reunion
France calls off search for MH370 wreckage off Reunion

France said it was calling off the hunt for wreckage from missing flight MH370 after 10 days of air and sea searches off its Indian Ocean territory of Reunion yielded no results.

France calls off search for MH370 wreckage off Reunion

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