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Leaked SMS sharpens Australia-France submarine row
France on Tuesday accused Australia of using “very inelegant methods” after a text message sent by President Emmanuel Macron to Australian leader Scott Morrison was leaked in an apparent bid to imply that he knew about the collapse of a major submarine deal earlier than he maintains.
France's Macron says Australia PM lied over submarine deal
French President Emmanuel Macron said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison lied to him over the cancellation of a submarine building contract in September, and indicated more efforts were required to rebuild trust between the two allies.
UK disputes French claims about ending fishing row
The UK government on Sunday contradicted French claims that both sides had agreed to defuse a row over post-Brexit fishing rights, insisting it was up to Paris to back down.
Algeria recalls envoy, bans French military planes over Macron’s ‘inadmissible’ interference
Algiers: Crimes of colonial France in Algeria genocide, innumerable
Europe ‘must stop being naive,’ Macron says of submarine spat
Europe needs to stop being naïve when it comes to defending its interests and build its own military capacity, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday after Greece sealed a deal for French frigates worth about €3 billion ($3.51 billion).
Raeisi: World must hold US to account for supporting Daesh, new terrorism
JCPOA talks should lead to removal of sanctions
Macron pressured to apologise for nuclear tests in French Polynesia
French President Emmanuel Macron faced pressure to apologise for the devastating impact of decades of nuclear testing as he kicked off his first official trip to French Polynesia.
Rouhani to Macron: Failure to seize chances of saving Iran deal to complicate impasse
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called on the parties to the 2015 nuclear deal not to miss the remaining chances to revive the landmark agreement, warning that any “unconstructive” move at the UN nuclear watchdog’s upcoming board meeting will complicate the stalemate surrounding the accord.
Macron rules out official apology for colonial abuses in Algeria
French President Emmanuel Macron ruled out issuing an official apology for colonial abuses in Algeria, his office said on Wednesday.
Macron says UN Security Council out of 'useful solutions'
French President Emmanuel Macron said the UN Security Council no longer provides good solutions to global problems, in remarks published Monday, and called for an overhaul of international cooperation mechanisms.
Biden tells Macron he wants to cooperate on Iran
President-elect Joe Biden told France's President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday that he would like the US to once again work with its European ally on Iran nuclear policy. Meanwhile, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has appeared to express a conditional openness to restarting dialogue with the US under a new administration, Newsweek wrote.
Western politicians’ hateful speeches ‘threat to human rights’: Iran envoy
Iran’s representative at the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly warned that the recent increase in hate-mongering speeches by Western politicians is a serious threat to human rights.

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