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Iran to present economic potentials at Euromoney 2018 in Paris
France will run its second Euromoney Iran Conference in Paris on February 8, 2018, co-organized by Central Bank of Iran.
Paris demo ahead of 'reforms' to unemployment system (Video)
Streets of Paris on Saturday saw thousands of people who were demanding the government of French President Emanuel Macron to tackle unemployment. As the government is preparing to embark on controversial reforms to the national unemployment system, there are fears that new laws could drop the government’s low approval ratings even further, presstv.com reported.
Obama to meet French presidents, past and present, on Paris trip
The former US president is expected to meet French President Emmanuel Macron and his predecessor, François Hollande, on Saturday as he wraps up a five-day global tour with a speech to elite opinion-makers in Paris.
News of Libya ‘slave market’ stirs controversy
News of black men being put on sale at a Libyan ‘slave market’ has drawn outrage from the African Union (AU) and triggered violent protests in Paris.
Paris suburb tries to stop Muslim street prayers (Video)
Tensions have erupted as residents and the mayor of a Paris suburb on Friday tried to block Muslims from praying in the street, in a dispute that reflects nationwide problems with mosque shortages.
Trump not invited to Paris climate summit 'for now,' French official says
US President Donald Trump is not among the around 100 heads of state and government invited to next month's climate summit in Paris, a French presidential aide said Tuesday.
Two career milestones await Nadal in Paris
Rafael Nadal starts the penultimate week of the ATP World Tour season focused on two more career milestones in what has already been a resurgent 2017 for the Spaniard.
Supporters of French far-left opposition hold anti-Macron rally in Paris
Supporters of France’s far-left opposition party have staged a protest rally in Paris to voice their discontent with sweeping labor reforms by President Emmanuel Macron, who has suffered a sharp decline in popularity ratings.
Leaders meet to tackle migrant crisis
Leaders from Europe’s ‘big four’ continental powers and three African nations met in Paris on Monday to tackle the European migrant crisis
Paris considers eSport for 2024 Olympics
Video gamers could be competing for Olympic medals by 2024, according to Tony Estanguet, co-president of the Paris bid committee.
Paris attack: Hunt for car driven at soldiers injuring six
A car has struck a group of soldiers in Paris, injuring six, two seriously, police said.
Man carrying knife arrested at Paris's Eiffel Tower, sparks evacuation
A man carrying a knife was arrested as he tried to force his way into the Eiffel Tower, the company that runs the Paris landmark said Sunday.
US notifies UN of Paris climate deal pullout
The Trump administration has issued its first written notification that the US intends to withdraw from the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
Minister: Withdrawal from Paris Agreement not to benefit Iran
Pulling out of the Paris Agreement would not be in Iran’s interest, said Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian.

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