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Macron’s condemnation of 1961 Paris massacre ‘not enough’, activists say
Historians and activists in France expressed disappointment that President Emmanuel Macron did not go further in his condemnation of the deadly crackdown in 1961 by Paris police on protest by Algerians, the scale of which was covered up for decades.
Mbappe winner helps France beat Spain in Nations League final
World champions France won the Nations League final with goals from Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe earning them a 2-1 win over Spain at the San Siro stadium on Sunday.
Mali accuses France of training ‘terrorists’ in country
Mali said it has evidence that France has been training “terrorist” groups operating in the West African country.
Deschamps finds the right formula again for France
There were plenty of question marks over Didier Deschamps and his France side after their disappointing Euro 2020 campaign but their performance in a 3-2 comeback win over Belgium in the Nations League semi-finals on Thursday answered many of them.
Thousands of paedophile priests active in France since 1950, commission finds
Thousands of paedophiles have operated inside the French Catholic Church since 1950, the head of an independent commission investigating the scandal told AFP, days ahead of the release of its report.
Algeria recalls envoy, bans French military planes over Macron’s ‘inadmissible’ interference
Algiers: Crimes of colonial France in Algeria genocide, innumerable
EU postpones long-planned trade talks with Australia over submarine row
A long-planned round of Australia-EU free trade talks have been postponed, a European official confirmed Friday, after fury over Canberra's decision to cancel a major French submarine contract.
In European push, France to sell artillery guns to Czech Republic
France is set to sell 52 Caesar artillery guns to the Czech Republic in a deal worth 257 million euros ($301 million) as Paris pushes for greater European defence autonomy, an Armed Forces Ministry official said on Wednesday.
France ordered officials to 'get revenge' on US, UK, Australia over submarine contract: Report
France instructed its officials to "get revenge" on Australia, the US, and the UK after being booted from a contract to build Australia's submarines, Politico reported on Thursday.
Germany warns of lost U.S. trust as France wins EU support over sub deal
Germany joined France on Tuesday in berating the United States for negotiating a security pact in secret with Australia and Britain that cost Paris a lucrative defence deal, while the European Union's top official said such behaviour was unacceptable.
France cancels defence meeting with UK over submarine row
North Korea warns U.S. risks 'dangerous nuclear arms race' over Australia deal
Australia rejects French accusations of lying over subs deal
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday rejected France’s accusations that Canberra lied about plans to cancel a contract to buy French submarines, saying he had raised concerns over the deal “some months ago”.
Iran-France film ‘Eclipse’ to participate in festival in Nice
A co-production of Iran and France, ‘Eclipse,’ directed by Raha Amirfazli and Alireza Qasemi, is to take part in the 21st Nice Film Festival in France, from October 8 to 15.
France recalls ambassadors to US, Australia in submarine row
France on Friday recalled its ambassadors to the United States and Australia in a ferocious row over the scrapping of a submarine contract, an unprecedented step that revealed the extent of French anger against its allies.

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