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French jobless squeezed as Macron cuts benefits
Hundreds of thousands of jobless French people stand to lose some of their benefits under reforms introduced by President Emmanuel Macron’s government that took effect Friday.
Bracing for Brexit: French food companies fear cost of 'no deal'
White smoke billows from a chimney at a sugar beet factory in northern France, where a tanker truck is filling up on the region's "white gold".
French lawmakers observe minute of silence to remember Chirac
The French National Assembly interrupted a sitting on Thursday to hold a minute's silence in honor of former French president Jacques Chirac.
French economic activity stutters in September
French private sector economic activity grew more slowly than forecast in September, according to closely watched survey of executives that found the country’s manufacturing sector was hit by a fall in export business.
Trade gloom drives French, German economic divergence
A modern commercial estate converted from old warehouses and television studios in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers may hold the key to understanding why France’s economy is outperforming Germany, the eurozone’s longstanding powerhouse.
French right-wing power broker jailed in fraud trial
A French court on Friday jailed for four years a right-wing power broker who for decades along with his wife dominated politics in a wealthy suburb of Paris on charges of hiding millions of euros worth of assets from the tax authorities.
French rooster triumphs in battle over right to crow
The owner of famed French rooster Maurice has emerged victorious from a legal battle with her neighbors over his early-morning crowing, with a court upholding the bird's right to sing in the day.
Leader’s website offering French, Russian, Spanish editions unveiled
A new version of the official website of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei offering French, Russian, and Spanish editions has been unveiled.
French economy unexpectedly cools in setback for euro area
French economic growth unexpectedly slowed in the second quarter, adding to risks for a euro area already shaken by a manufacturing slump and frailties in its largest economy, Germany.
Pierre Lhomme, legendary French cinematographer, dies at 89
Pierre Lhomme, the French cinematographer behind such films as ‘Army of Shadows’, ‘Camille Claudel’ and ‘Cyrano de Bergerac’, died. He was 89.
French film festival to host Iranian ‘Alan’
Iranian short film, ‘Alan,’ directed by Mostafa Gandomkar, is scheduled to be screened at the first edition of Paris Kurdish Film Festival in France.
French tax cuts without spending cuts  endanger fiscal targets: Auditor
French President Emmanuel Macron’s government can ill afford further tax cuts without spending cuts to finance them, and is in danger of missing already watered-down fiscal targets, the public audit office said on Tuesday.
French National Assembly expected to declare 'climate emergency'
France’s National Assembly will start discussing its carbon emissions objectives this week. Under the new proposals, the country will set a 2050 target to be carbon neutral.
French services and manufacturing give output boost
France’s private sector grew more strongly than expected in June, with output expanding at the fastest pace since November.

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