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Iranian, French Navy chiefs meet on Reunion Island
The Iranian and French Navy commanders held talks on the sidelines of a meeting of the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) on Reunion Island, a department and region of France in the Indian Ocean.
Djokovic reaches French Open final with epic win over Nadal
For the second time in eight months, Rafael Nadal welcomed his greatest rival into his Parisian lair.
MP slams French envoy for meddling in Iran affairs
An Iranian lawmaker lashed out at the French ambassador in Tehran for interfering in the Islamic Republic’s internal affairs and comments about the purpose of the negotiations on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
French publisher releases book on Abbas Kiarostami
A new book on Abbas Kiarostami’s artistic career was published in France.
‘Bye Bye Morons’ wins French César for best film
Albert Dupontel’s dark comedy, ‘Bye Bye Morons,’ was the big winner at the 2021 César Awards, France’s top film honor.
Former French president Sarkozy sentenced to jail in corruption trial
A French court found former president Nicolas Sarkozy guilty on Monday of trying to bribe a judge and influence peddling, making him the second head of state in modern-day France to be convicted of corruption.
French boats rescue 36 migrants 'in difficulty' in Channel
French patrol boat rescued 36 migrants aboard two boats "in difficulty" in the Channel, seeking to cross to Britain, maritime authorities said on Saturday.
Closure of an iconic Paris bookshop alarms French bibliophiles
Paris, a great literary city, is losing one of its most celebrated bookshops. Gibert Jeune, a popular chain, announced it will be closing its flagship shop in the Latin Quarter in March – the latest in a series of closures and appeals for help that threaten the future of the city’s booksellers.
French woman ruled dead in 2017 fights to be declared alive
Frenchwoman Jeanne Pouchain has an unusual problem. She’s officially dead. She has been trying for three years to prove that she is alive.
French study finds 5G increases risk to climate
France’s rollout of 5G technology could cause a large increase in carbon emissions, a report published by the Haut Conseil pour le Climat (HCC) has found.

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