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Paris, Brussels call for car-free day in Europe
Europe should hold an annual car-free day in a bid to ease air pollution, the mayors of Paris and Brussels said.
Paris knife attack: Seven injured, four seriously
Seven people have been injured, four seriously, in an attack by a man wielding a knife and an iron bar in the French capital, Paris, police say.
Australia will honor Paris climate agreement
Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham, has claimed the country will honor its Paris climate agreement commitments but failed to name a mechanism for emissions reduction in government policy.
One killed in knife attack in Paris suburb, says police
The knife attacker was “neutralised” by police, according to a source.
Pieces displayed at ‘Louvre in Tehran’ return to Paris
Invaluable pieces which were on display at 'Louvre in Tehran' exhibition were packed and returned to its original home in Paris on Tuesday, said the director of the National Museum of Iran.
Paris to screen Iran's 'Rendez-Vous at City Park'
Iranian film 'Rendez-Vous at City Park' by Felora Sam is scheduled to be screened at Club de l'Etoile Cinema in Paris, France on July 22 with its crew attending.
Paris to continue upholding its JCPOA commitments
Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations François Delattre described Iran deal as outcome of multilateralism, saying France will continue upholding its commitment as long as Iran complies with the accord.
Italian minister postpones Paris meeting over refugee row
Italy's new economy minister Giovanni Tria postponed a meeting with his French counterpart in Paris on Wednesday as a diplomatic row spiraled over Rome's refusal to take in an overcrowded migrant ship.
Paris beats London as Europe’s favorite investment destination
An Ernst and Young survey showed Paris has overtaken London as Europe’s most attractive destination for foreign investors for the first time since EY began such reports 15 years ago.
Knife attacker kills one in Paris terrorist attack
The Daesh terrorist group has claimed responsibility for a deadly knife attack in Paris in which one person was killed and at least four more were injured.
Air France shares nosedive as widening strike continues
Air France has seen its shares in the Paris stock exchange lose around 10 percent of their value as a massive strike in the company is putting its survival at risk.
Iran, France hold energy talks in Paris
French Business Confederation of MEDEF International held a meeting on Friday and reviewed ways to widen energy cooperation with Iran.
UniFrance Founde: FIFF great opportunity to introduce Iranian cinema
A French cinematic activist said Tehran and Paris enjoy cordial relations, adding that the good co-productions of the two nations have verified that they share common interests concerning art and cinema.
Paris conference raises over $11 billion to help Lebanon
International donors pledged $11 billion in loans and grants to help debt-ridden Lebanon at a conference in Paris that also sought to ensure the money is well spent in a counry hit hard by the Syrian war next door.

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