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French rescuers search for bodies in debris of Indonesian quake disaster
A team of French rescue experts began hunting through a huge expanse of debris on the outskirts of the Indonesian city of Palu on Saturday, looking for hands, feet or any body parts of earthquake victims sticking out of the mud.
Israel re-arrests Palestinian-French activist minutes after release
Israeli authorities have ordered the re-arrest of a French-Palestinian attorney who has been held behind bars for more than a year without trial or charge, less than an hour after he was released.
Iran rejects French ‘concern’, vows to keep fighting terror
Iran dismissed France's "concern" about its recent retaliatory missile strikes against terrorists based in Iraq's semiautonomous Kurdistan Region, pledging to keep neutralizing terror groups that pose a threat to its sovereignty.
Daesh to lose all territory in Syria by 2019: French army chief
The French military chief says the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group will have been flushed out from all the territory it once controlled in Syria under a self-proclaimed “caliphate” before the end of this year.
Back to school for French kids... without their phones
Texting under the table should be a thing of the past when French children return to class Monday following a nationwide ban on mobile phones in schools.
Tehran says no French restrictions for diplomats to travel to Iran
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has dismissed media reports that France has told its diplomats to postpone all non-essential trips to Iran, warning about attempts aimed at undermining relations between the Islamic Republic and Europe, especially France.
France environment minister quits in major blow to Macron
France's Environment Minister Nicolas Hulot, one of the most popular members of the government, announced his resignation on Tuesday, in a major blow for President Emmanuel Macron.
French police on Mont Blanc duty try to keep climbers in line
Standing outside their yellow hut on a ridge 3,200 meters (10,500 feet) above sea level, two French gendarmes peer through binoculars at a group of foreign climbers making their way across a scree-littered stretch on what has become one of the deadliest routes to the top of Mont Blanc.
Iraqi court jails French, German Daesh members for life
An Iraqi court has sentenced a French man and a German woman to life in prison for their membership in the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, some seven months after Baghdad announced that the terror outfit lost all of its urban bastions in the war-ravaged Arab country.
French vacationers facing train cancellations
Thousands of people hoping to hit beaches along France's Atlantic coast are still facing train cancellations and delays, as workers struggle to restore electricity to Paris's Gare Montparnasse after a fire on Friday.
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.

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