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Italians outraged as Louvre doctors 'Mona Lisa' to celebrate French World Cup win
The Louvre museum sparked outrage among Italians after tweeting a doctored image of the 'Mona Lisa' in a French football shirt.
French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, creator of 'Shoah', dies at 92
French filmmaker, writer and commentator Claude Lanzmann, best known for his searing documentary film “Shoah”, a nine-and-a-half-hour oral history of the Holocaust, has died in Paris at the age of 92, his publishers Gallimard said on Thursday.
French prosecutors open probe into Macron’s last year presidential campaign
A preliminary inquiry has been opened in France after a complaint from right-wing French politicians denounced the role allegedly played by the city and the metropolis of Lyon in favor of Emmanuel Macron's presidential election campaign last year.
French border police regularly abused refugee children
Children as young as 12 and other vulnerable refugees and migrants have been physically and verbally abused by French border guards, international human rights organization Oxfam said.
Hostage-taker holds two people in French capital
An unstable person, reportedly a man, has taken two people hostage in the French capital in an incident that authorities presume has no connection with terrorism.
French president says no indication of Iran breaching nuclear deal
French President Emmanuel Macron has said that there is "no indication" of Iran breaching the nuclear deal.
One million French smokers quit in a year
France has seen a sharp fall in the number of people smoking daily, with one million fewer lighting up from 2016-2017, a survey suggested.
Thousands of French protest against President Macron’s reforms
Several thousand of people from unions are holding protest rallies against French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposed labor reforms.
French workers stage fresh nationwide strike over job cuts
Public services workers across France have staged a fresh round of strike to protest government plans to reform labor laws, which entails cutting tens of thousands of jobs in the upcoming years.
Thousands of French protest against Macron’s reforms
Thousands of French have joined railway strikers in the capital Paris amid heavy police presence to hold a protest against President Emmanuel Macron’s sweeping reforms, a year after he came to office.
French GDP growth slows to 0.3% in Q1
Growth of France, the eurozone second largest economy, went up by 0.3 percent, during the first three months of the year, compared to a 0.7 percent rise reported in the last quarter of 2017, the national statistics bureau, Insee, announced.
French director: Interest in Iran's cinema biggest motive for attending FIff
French Movie Director Olivier Megaton, who is attending the 36th Fajr Int'l Film Festival (FIff36), said his interest in Iran's cinema has been the biggest motive in participating in the ongoing fair.
60 percent of French voters unhappy with Macron
Nearly sixty percent of French voters are unhappy with President Emmanuel Macron, a survey said Wednesday, with strikes and protests growing as the ambitious young reformer prepares to mark a year in office.
Leader: US, UK, French attack on Syria ‘a crime’
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has condemned joint airstrikes by the US, the UK and France on Syria as “crime,” describing the leaders of the three Western states as “criminals.”
Syria condemns US, British and French aggression on the country
An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said Saturday that Syria condemns with the strongest terms the tripartite US, British and French aggression on Syria as being a flagrant violation of the international law and the principles of UN Charter.

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