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Trial begins in France of retired surgeon suspected of abusing 349 children
A retired surgeon suspected of raping or sexually abusing as many as 349 children over nearly three decades went on trial behind closed doors in France on Friday in what could be the country’s biggest-ever pedophilia scandal.
France considers postponing local elections over virus concern: JDD
The French government is considering postponing nationwide mayoral elections set for Sunday over worries about coronavirus infection, the weekly Journal du Dimanche (JDD) said on its website.
Hosseini dedicates France’s Legion of Honor to Iranian people
Multiple award-winning actor Shahab Hosseini who received France’s Chevalier of Legion of Honor dedicated his award to the people of his country, Iran.
President Emmanuel Macron says France facing coronavirus ‘epidemic’
“We know that we’re only at the beginning... we’re going to try with all our caretakers to make the right decisions,” Macron said alongside Health Minister Olivier Veran.
France begins shutting down oldest nuclear plant
French state-owned energy giant EDF on Saturday began shutting down the country's oldest nuclear power plant after 43 years in operation.
First coronavirus fatality outside Asia as China death toll tops 1,500
The death toll from the new coronavirus outbreak jumped past 1,500 in China on Saturday as France reported the first fatality outside Asia, fueling global concerns about the epidemic.
Macron invites Libyan rebel commander to France
French President Emmanuel Macron has officially invited the commander of Libya’s rebels to France, despite the fact that rebel militia groups have for months been undermining peace in the North African country.
France’s Macron warns of potential US-Russia arms race on Europe’s soil
French President Emmanuel Macron has warned European nations of a heightened arms race between the United States and Russia playing out on European territory, amid threats by Washington to quit the last remaining bilateral arms control agreement with Moscow.
Iran overtakes France, Italy in steel, copper production
Iranian Minster of Industry, Mine and Trade Reza Rahmani announced on Thursday that the country has stood at the tenth place in the world in terms of producing copper and steel.
EU to unveil reforms in accession system to appease France
The European Commission is to propose changes to the European Union (EU)’s accession system to accommodate French concerns and end France’s opposition to the membership of certain new countries.
Iranian films to go on screen at Vesoul festival in France
Eight Iranian films will go on screen at the various sections of the 26th Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema in France.
The day Europe told the US to cut out threats over Iran
UK, Germany, France told US its tactics were unacceptable
By Patrick Donahue and Ania Nussbaum
France threatens to block Chinese firm's rescue of British Steel
Hopes that British Steel will be saved by Chinese industrial firm Jingye have suffered a blow after the French government said it could intervene to stop the deal.
France condemns Turkey for ‘violating Berlin agreement on Libya’
French President Emmanuel Macron has lambasted his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for sending warships and “mercenaries” to crisis-hit Libya, stressing that Ankara is breaching an agreement reached at a summit in Berlin earlier this month to halt foreign interference in the North African country.
Finland confirms its first coronavirus case; France announces fifth case
The director of Finland's National Institute for Health and Welfare announces the first confirmed case of the new coronavirus in Finland.

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