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French queue to remember Chirac ahead of national mourning
Mourners lined up at France's presidential palace to pay their respects on Friday to former head of state Jacques Chirac, whose death sparked tributes to a complex but charismatic giant of French politics.
Iran, France FMs hold 2nd meeting in NY
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian held a bilateral meeting for the second time in New York.
Italy to lend Leonardo da Vinci works to France in masterpiece swap
Leonardo da Vinci’s famous drawing of a spread-eagled male figure, known as the ‘Vitruvian Man,’ will soon travel to Paris to star in a blockbuster Leonardo exhibition at the Louvre Museum. It will make the trip as part of an exchange agreement signed by the culture ministers of France and Italy, after many months of sometimes bitter negotiations.
France working to ‘reduce escalation’ after Aramco attacks: Hariri
France is working to “reduce the escalation” that ensued from the recent Yemeni drone attacks against Saudi oil facilities, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said on Friday.
Italy and France agree migrants must be distributed around the EU
The European Union must introduce a new, automatic system of taking in migrants saved from the Mediterranean, the leaders of Italy and France said on Wednesday, as they sought to patch up bruised bilateral relations.
France and Holland signal they may veto Brexit extension
In a sign of growing European exasperation with the chaotic state of affairs in Westminster, France and the Netherlands have indicated they may oppose an extension to Brexit.
France's summer heatwaves claimed 1,500 lives: minister
Two heatwaves that hit France this summer claimed more than 1,500 more lives, Health Minister Agnes Buzyn said Sunday.
France: Saving Iran deal hinges on ‘US waivers’ from bans
France says efforts aimed at saving a 2015 multilateral nuclear deal on the Iranian nuclear program hinges on the United States’ provision of waivers from the sanctions it has unilaterally and illegally re-imposed on Tehran.
One dead, eight wounded after suspected knife attack in France
A man wielding a skewer and knife went on the rampage in the French city of Lyon, leaving a 19-year-old man dead and eight others injured, three of them critically.

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