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Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship
Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship

Thirty years after France's deadly bomb attack on the Rainbow Warrior in New Zealand, anger still crackles in Pete Willcox's voice when he discusses the sinking of the Greenpeace flagship.

Anger still crackles 30 years after France bombed Greenpeace ship
Merkel, Hollande hold talks in Paris on Greek referendum
Merkel, Hollande hold talks in Paris on Greek referendum

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived for a meeting with French President Francois Hollande to take stock of Greece's resounding rejection of its international creditor's bailout proposals in a referendum.

Merkel, Hollande hold talks in Paris on Greek referendum
France refuses Assange's 'request' for asylum
France refuses Assange's 'request' for asylum

The French government, reacting to a letter from Julian Assange, said it would not give the WikiLeaks founder asylum, only for his lawyers to claim he had never sought it in the first place.

France refuses Assange's 'request' for asylum
French court cancels elder Le Pen's suspension from FN
French court cancels elder Le Pen's suspension from FN

A French court cancelled the suspension of Jean-Marie Le Pen from the far-right National Front after he was booted out of the party he founded in a bitter spat with his daughter.

French court cancels elder Le Pen's suspension from FN
China PM kicks off France visit with climate pledge, Airbus deal
China PM kicks off France visit with climate pledge, Airbus deal

China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang made a long-awaited pledge to curb carbon emissions during a trip to France.

China PM kicks off France visit with climate pledge, Airbus deal
Ex-French interior minister Charles Pasqua dies aged 88
Ex-French interior minister Charles Pasqua dies aged 88

Former French interior minister Charles Pasqua, a hardline politician who was a close ally of former president Jacques Chirac, died Monday aged 88.

Ex-French interior minister Charles Pasqua dies aged 88
Disney bans selfie sticks over safety fears
Disney bans selfie sticks over safety fears

Disney became the latest major tourism operator to ban selfie sticks as part of a growing backlash against the extendable devices.

Disney bans selfie sticks over safety fears
UN chief condemns 'appalling' attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait
UN chief condemns 'appalling' attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemned the "appalling" attacks in France, Kuwait and Tunisia and said those responsible should face justice.

UN chief condemns 'appalling' attacks in France, Tunisia, Kuwait
Hollande condemns violent French protests against Uber
Hollande condemns violent French protests against Uber

French President Francois Hollande on Friday condemned violent protests against ride-booking app Uber after taxi drivers set fire to vehicles and blocked highways.

Hollande condemns violent French protests against Uber
Rick Owens fashion show turns political with anti-Merkel sign
Rick Owens fashion show turns political with anti-Merkel sign

A model at a Rick Owens fashion show in Paris brandished a banner saying "Please Kill Angela Merkel - Not", prompting the designer to note he had nothing to do with the "act of protest."

Rick Owens fashion show turns political with anti-Merkel sign
Photo © Victor Magdeev
Air Astana leases 7 Airbus neos

Air Astana, the anchor airlines in Kazakhstan, has arranged for operational leasing of 7 Airbus planes from A320 neo family.

Air Astana leases 7 Airbus neos
IMF boss Lagarde says ready to 'consider' 2nd term
IMF boss Lagarde says ready to 'consider' 2nd term

Christine Lagarde has said she is ready to consider a second term as head of the International Monetary Fund in an interview with a French magazine to be published.

IMF boss Lagarde says ready to 'consider' 2nd term
US wiretapped France's presidents: media citing WikiLeaks

The United States wiretapped France's former presidents Jacques Chirac and Nicolas Sarkozy, as well as current leader Francois Hollande, French media reported, citing WikiLeaks files.

US wiretapped France's presidents: media citing WikiLeaks
'Still a lot do on Greece': French PM
'Still a lot do on Greece': French PM

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that there is "still a lot of work to do" if Greece and its creditors are to reach an agreement to avert a possible default.

'Still a lot do on Greece': French PM
Hollande already in campaign mode two years ahead of election
Hollande already in campaign mode two years ahead of election

His ratings are still in the doldrums and the economy is still stagnant, yet French President Francois Hollande looks ever more determined to run for re-election two years from now.

Hollande already in campaign mode two years ahead of election
'Brexit could be your Waterloo!' Le Monde warns Britain -- in English
'Brexit could be your Waterloo!' Le Monde warns Britain -- in English

France's Le Monde newspaper used 200th anniversary of Napoleon's defeat to issue a warning to Britain -- in English -- saying: "Beware, Brexit could be your Waterloo!"

'Brexit could be your Waterloo!' Le Monde warns Britain -- in English
US 'phenomenally thirsty' for wine: experts
US 'phenomenally thirsty' for wine: experts

The US wine market, already the world's biggest, still has "phenomenal" potential for growth if handled with care.

US 'phenomenally thirsty' for wine: experts
Europe to mark Waterloo bicentenary with call for unity
Europe to mark Waterloo bicentenary with call for unity

European royals and officials will mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo with a call for reconciliation at the site where Napoleon Bonaparte's imperial ambitions ended in carnage.

Europe to mark Waterloo bicentenary with call for unity
New Marie Curie film to shed light on women's struggles in science
New Marie Curie film to shed light on women's struggles in science

Filming is underway in Poland on a new biopic about the life of Marie Sklodowska-Curie, the first woman ever to win not one, but two, Nobel prizes.

New Marie Curie film to shed light on women's struggles in science
France's Hollande boosts ties with former foe Algeria
France's Hollande boosts ties with former foe Algeria

French President Francois Hollande arrived in Algeria for a visit aimed at tackling the "common battle" of the once bitter foes against jihadists from Mali to Libya.

France's Hollande boosts ties with former foe Algeria

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