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France details yellow vest protests’ impact on economy
The French government said it has provided 38 million euros ($43 million) in financial aid for workers who have been put on reduced work hours as businesses struggle with anti-government protests.
France recalls Rome envoy after Italian leader meets Yellow Vest protesters
France has recalled its ambassador from Rome after an Italian leader held a meeting with French ‘Yellow Vest’ protesters.
EU to veto rail merger in defiance of France, Germany
The EU's powerful antitrust sheriff, Margrethe Vestager, is set to veto the merger of the Siemens-Alstom rail businesses on Wednesday, in defiance of France and Germany.
Legrand, Oscar-winning composer, dies at 86
Michel Legrand, three-time Oscar winner and composer of such classic film songs as 'The Windmills of Your Mind', 'I Will Wait for You', 'You Must Believe in Spring' and 'What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? ', along with the groundbreaking musical score for 'The Umbrellas of Cherbourg', died. He was 86.
Iran vows to reconsider cooperation with Europe in case of new sanctions
Iran strongly criticized France for threatening to impose new sanctions against the Islamic Republic over its missile program, vowing to reconsider its relations with European countries in case such bans are imposed.
France would back as Venezuela president whoever wins democratic vote: official
France would recognize as president of Venezuela whoever wins a democratic vote, an official said, after President Emmanuel Macron hailed the courage of Venezuelans marching for freedom but stopped short of backing opposition leader Juan Guaido.
Italy again accuses France of exploiting Africa
Italy has once again accused France of continuing to exploit Africa, saying French policies are creating poverty and causing mass migration in the impoverished continent.
'Yellow Vest' protesters rally in France despite Macron's outreach
Hundreds of “Yellow Vest” demonstrators have convened in the French capital, Paris, and several other cities for the tenth consecutive weekend of anti-government protests despite a national debate launched this week by President Emmanuel Macron aimed at relieving the discontent.
Thousands of yellow vests protest in France for 10th weekend
Thousands of yellow vest protesters rallied in several French cities for a tenth consecutive weekend on Saturday, despite a national debate launched this week by President Emmanuel Macron aimed at assuaging their anger.
Minister: Italy aims for decision on rail link with France by May
The Italian government aims to decide by the end of May whether to complete a deeply divisive high-speed rail link between the French city of Lyon and the northern Italian city of Turin, Transport Minister Danilo Toninelli told Reuters.
Danish Danske Bank says may be investigated again in France
Danske Bank (DANSKE.CO), which is embroiled in a major money laundering case linked to its Estonian branch, may come under formal investigation for a second time in France, it said on Friday.
France: Sanctions not to affect Iran diplomatic missions
New sanctions of Europe on Iran will not affect the country's diplomatic mission, French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs spokesperson said on Wednesday.
France to ban unauthorized protests, wearing of masks
France plans to ban participation in unsanctioned protests after about two months of anti-government “yellow vest” protests, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe says.
France to crack down on unsanctioned protests
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced plans to punish people who hold unsanctioned protests after seven weeks of anti-government unrest.

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