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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.
Rights group launch legal action against French gov’t over police racism
In a first for France, six nongovernmental organizations launched a class-action lawsuit on Wednesday against the French government for alleged systemic discrimination by police officers carrying out identity checks.
France threatens to shut down far-right Generation Identity group
The French government threatened to shut down Generation Identity (GI), a far-right group exposed in an Al Jazeera undercover investigation that seeks to expel Muslims and migrants from Europe.
Zarif reacts to Elysee Palace position on Iran's return to JCPOA
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reacted to a claim made by a French presidential official on Iran's return to the JCPOA prior to the return of the United States to the nuclear deal.
Tackle French ‘abuse’ of Muslims, civil society groups tell UN
A group of lawyers, NGOs and religious bodies from 13 countries have submitted formal complaints to the United Nations Human Rights Council (OHCHR), calling for action against France’s “breadth of state abuse against Muslims” stretching back more than two decades.
Zarif urges French counterpart to stop ‘nonsense about Iran’
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reacted on Sunday to latest remarks made by his French counterpart in a recent interview, urging Jean-Yves Le Drian to “avoid absurd nonsense about Iran.”
France’s theaters, other cultural venues to stay closed until end of January
Theaters, museums and other cultural venues will remain closed in France until the end of January, France’s Prime Minister Jean Castex confirmed during a televised address.
EU begins coronavirus vaccine rollout as new strain spreads
The European Union began a vaccine rollout Saturday, even as countries in the bloc were forced back into lockdown by a new strain of the virus, believed to be more infectious, that continues to spread from Britain.
France lets some UK cargo, people in; huge backlog remains
Freight from Britain and passengers with a negative virus test began arriving on French shores on Wednesday, after France relaxed a two-day blockade over a new virus variant that had isolated the UK, stranded thousands of truck drivers and raised fears of food shortages.
Iranian documentary ‘Wave or Particle?’ wins in France
Iranian documentary ‘Wave or Particle?,’ directed by Alireza Rahman-Talab, received an Honorable Mention at the 5th edition of the Mediterranean Film Festival Cannes (MFFC) in France.

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