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Egypt to buy Rafale fighter jets worth $4.5b from France
HRW condemns Paris’ decision to sell fighter jets to Cairo
France’s cinemas and cultural venues to reopen May 19
France President Emmanuel Macron said that cultural venues, including movie theaters, will be allowed to reopen on May 19, with a 35 percent seating capacity, according to reports.
Zarif slams France’s double standards on Iran defense program after ballistic missile test
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has criticized Paris for pursuing double-standard policies and its discriminatory attempts to limit Iran’s missile defense program following France’s latest test-firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile.
France 'bears significant responsibility' over Rwanda genocide: Report
France was aware that a genocide was being prepared in Rwanda ahead of the 1994 killings and the French government bore a significant responsibility for enabling it, the Rwandan government said in a report published on Monday.
France’s role in Rwandan genocide a ‘monumental failure’: Author of report
France’s role before and during the 1994 Rwandan genocide was a “monumental failure” that the country must acknowledge, the lead author of a report commissioned by President Emmanuel Macron said, as the country opens its archives from this period to the public on Wednesday.
Iran’s FM urges France to stop abiding by US illegal sanctions
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said he urged his French counterpart in a recent phone call to live up to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran and world powers and stop adherence to the illegal sanctions imposed by US against Iran.
Iran, France to hold online archeology conference
A videoconference entitled ‘Iran: Archeology and Iran-France cooperation’ will be held on March 18 with the cooperation and support of the Louvre Museum.
Paris hospitals scrambling to find ICU beds as COVID cases rise
French Health Minister Olivier Veran warned that hospitals in the Paris region are nearing breaking point amid a surge in COVID-19 cases and patients may soon need to be transferred to other regions across the country, according to France 24.
France and accomplices to Yemen carnage cannot preach ethics: Iran diplomat
An Iranian diplomat hit back at France for its meddlesome stance, saying a country deeply involved in Yemen’s carnage cannot preach morality.
Low chance for French Peugeot, Renault to return to Iranian market
French giant carmakers, Peugeot and Renault, have a low chance to return to the Iranian market because of Iran’s unwillingness and the fact that the companies have expanded their US side of the business, should the US sanctions on Iran are ceased, said a senior source at the country’s automaking industry.
France’s ‘out of control’ Nice braces for new COVID curbs
The French Riviera city of Nice is preparing to face a new set of local restrictions against COVID-19 to combat an outbreak described as out of control and spreading much faster than elsewhere in France.
France seeking to ban far-right, anti-migrant group
France began a process to ban French far-right group Generation Identitaire, which is known to be hostile to migrants, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said.
How minimum wage works in Japan, Germany, UK and France
The minimum wage, which US President Joe Biden aims to raise to $15 per hour in the United States, can take different forms in different countries. Here is how it works in Japan, Germany, Britain and France.

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