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‘Golnesa’ nominated in French int’l festival
‘Golnesa’ directed by Sattar Chamani-Gol was placed among the nominees of the best feature film award at the third edition of the Phenician International Film Festival in Lyon, France.
Pope rejects resignation of senior French cardinal convicted of abuse cover-up
Pope Francis, the head of the Roman Catholic Church, has turned down the resignation of French Roman Catholic cardinal Philippe Barbarin, who has been convicted of child sex abuse cover-up, sparking criticism from the European country’s senior Catholic clerics and abuse victims.
Iran’s ‘Impressions of Life’ to compete at French festival
Iranian animation ‘Impressions of Life’ was selected to vie at the 9th edition of FReDD Festival – Film, Recherche et Développement Durable, in Toulouse and Occitanie Region, France.
First batch of French-made Rafael jets to arrive in India in September
India says it will induct French-made Rafale fighter jets into its air force later this year, amid heightened military tensions with Pakistan, which saw the two nuclear-armed neighbors target each other’s warplanes last week.
Learning German, French drop by half in UK schools
Language learning is at its lowest level in the UK's secondary schools since the turn of the millennium, with German and French falling most.
New French study explores risks of ultra-processed food
A major French study has found for the first time a link between the consumption of ultra-processed foods and a higher risk of death, but researchers warned more work was needed to determine which mechanisms were at play.
French economy ended 2018 on firmer footing than feared
The French economy finished 2018 on a firmer footing than expected even after violent ‘yellow vest’ protests that hit retailers especially, but growth still fell short of the government’s target for the full year.
'Yellow vests' storm French ministry as protests turn violent
"Yellow vest" protesters returned in force to the streets of France this weekend, clashing with police in several cities and smashing their way into a government ministry in Paris with the help of a forklift truck.
French National Assembly okays Macron tax concessions to yellow vest protesters
The French National Assembly has given the green light to a package of emergency concessions announced by President Emmanuel Macron to end violent protests across the country.
French festival eager to 'Watch Me'
Iran's short animated piece 'Watch Me', directed by Reza Mehranfar, found its way into the Third International Film Festival on Disability (IFFD) in France.
French art dealers angry after report urges return of African treasures
A new report has recommended that France's laws be changed, to allow African cultural treasures removed during France's colonial period to be returned to their countries of origin.
French rights group sues Abu Dhabi crown prince over war crimes in Yemen
A rights group based in France has filed a lawsuit against Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan during his visit to Paris over his complicity in war crimes committed in Yemen.
Iranian, French museums to hold joint exhibition
Iran's National Museum and France's Confluences Museum will hold a joint exhibition next year at Tehran's Golestan Palace.
French were 'learning German' before US joined world wars: Trump
US President Donald Trump has blasted French President Emmanuel Macron saying the French were "starting to learn German in Paris" before US intervention in the world wars.
New Caledonia votes to stay French in referendum
The Pacific islands of New Caledonia voted on Sunday to remain part of France in an independence referendum that showed support for Paris in one of its many far-flung but strategic outposts.

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