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France to officially punish pro-Palestine voices for criticizing Israel
Last Tuesday, December 3, the French parliament adopted a resolution which it claims helps protect Jews from anti-Semitism, but instead adopted a piece of legislation which delegitimizes Palestinian voices and has implemented a categorically racist law against them.
Iran issues travel advisory to citizens over protest-hit France
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has “seriously advised” citizens intending to visit France to rearrange their trips as the European country is grappling with a hardening nationwide strike and transport standstill over the Paris government’s planned pension reforms.
France's unions bring pensions battle back onto streets
Public sector workers marched peacefully through cities across France on Tuesday, heeding a call by trade unions to stage one of the biggest protests in decades in a revolt against President Emmanuel Macron’s pension reform.
French gov’t says determined on pension reform as strikes continue
The French government said it would see through planned pension reforms but said the new system that has sparked nationwide strikes would be introduced gradually and public concerns would be addressed.
Minister: France ready to take Trump's tariff threat to WTO
France is ready to go to the World Trade Organization to challenge US President Donald Trump’s threat to put tariffs on French goods in a row over a planned French tax on Internet companies, the finance minister said on Sunday.
No let-up in French strikes as fresh turmoil hits weekend
The most serious nationwide strike to hit France in years caused new weekend travel turmoil on Saturday, with unions warning the walkouts would last well into next week.
Lebanon appeals for import aid
Lebanon said on Friday it had asked friendly states to help finance imports of essential goods, as sources said France is planning an international meeting to mobilize support for its former colony’s deep economic crisis.
France hit by second day of massive strike over pension reform
Travelers across France endured a second day of chaos on Friday as unions vowed to keep up their strike until President Emmanuel Macron backs down on controversial pension overhauls.
Nationwide strike to paralyze France in Macron showdown with unions
France is set to be paralyzed on Thursday by a nationwide strike by transport workers, teachers, and other professionals in a showdown between unions and President Emmanuel Macron over his planned pension reforms.
Britain, France, Germany claim in letter to UN chief Iran has ‘nuclear-capable missiles’
Having failed to fulfill their commitments to Iran under a 2015 nuclear deal, the European signatories are now accusing Tehran of possessing “nuclear-capable ballistic missiles,” claiming its latest missile activities are “inconsistent” with a UN resolution that endorsed the accord.
France says primed to retaliate with EU over US tariff threat against Paris
France and the European Union are ready to retaliate if US President Donald Trump acts on a threat to impose duties of up to 100% on $2.4 billion in imports of champagne, handbags and other French products, the French government said on Tuesday.
France slams US for forcing own weapons on NATO allies
France’s defense chief blasted the US for trying to force its NATO allies into purchasing American arms and equipment above anything else, days after President Emmanuel Macron held Washington to blame for the Western military bloc’s “brain death.”
Portugal, France, Germany drawn together at Euro 2020 as England gets Croatia
Reigning European champion Portugal will come up against World Cup winner France and Germany in the standout group at Euro 2020 following Saturday's draw for the tournament in Bucharest, as England came out alongside Croatia.

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