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Google hit with €150m French fine for cookie breaches
France’s data privacy watchdog CNIL said it had fined Alphabet’s Google a record 150 million euros ($169 million) for making it difficult for internet users to refuse online trackers known as cookies.
France, Germany ‘agree to disagree’ on nuclear power
Germany and France “agreed to disagree” on the EU’s move to label nuclear energy as green, German Europe Minister Anna Luehrmann said Friday, denying any conflict between the two European giants on the issue.
World powers vow to prevent spread of nuclear weapons
Five global nuclear powers pledged Monday to prevent atomic weapons spreading and to avoid nuclear conflict, in a rare joint statement ahead of a review of a key nuclear treaty later this year.
EU flag removed from Arc de Triomphe after right-wing outrage
A large European Union flag attached to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Friday to mark the start of France's six-month presidency of the bloc was removed on Sunday after it drew outrage from far-right and right-wing leaders.
Iran calls on France to revise anti-Muslim laws
A senior Iranian rights official called on France to revise laws targeting the Muslim minority across the European country after the French government ordered the closure of nearly two dozen more mosques in a fresh assault on freedom of religion.
'Portraits de France' exhibition traces immigrant contribution to France
From an aviator born in Vietnam to singer and resistance figure Josephine Baker, the exhibition 'Portraits de France' at the Musée de l'Homme in Paris highlights the life of 58 women and men, who all played a part in France's "great national narrative".
France strengthens ties with Indonesia after AUKUS setback
France and Indonesia strengthened a strategic partnership agreement on Wednesday that includes bolstering defence ties as Paris regroups in the Indo-Pacific after the collapse of a multibillion-dollar submarine deal with Australia.
France says no ‘retreat’ on UK fishing demands: Minister
France is not backing down on its demand that the British crown dependency of Jersey grant all outstanding requests for post-Brexit licenses to French fishermen, its Europe Minister Clement Beaune told AFP on Friday.
France tells UK to stop 'giving lessons' on migrants
France told Britain on Monday to stop "giving lessons" on migrants amid an increasingly acrimonious row between London and Paris over the numbers crossing the Channel.
France formally returns looted Benin artworks
French President Emmanuel Macron hosted his counterpart from Benin, President Patrice Talon, on Tuesday to formally seal an agreement to return 26 artworks taken from the former French colony’s Palace of Abomey – today a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Shortages hit French, German industrial output
Industrial output fell in September in both France and Germany as delays in receiving materials hampered production, data released Friday showed.
Iranian Cinema Festival of Chantilly in France to open
Iranian Cinema Festival of Chantilly (Festival du Cinéma Iranien de Chantilly) will start on November 4 with the participation of the city’s officials, the Iranian director of the event said.

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