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'Nothing will stop me', says Macron after being slapped in public

  French President Emmanuel Macron was slapped on the face during an official visit to the South-east of France. The incident happened at 1:15 pm while Macron was at Tain-l'Hermitage, some 90 kil...
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Pompeo meets Macron in Paris

U.S.A.  - France:  Pompeo meets Macron in Paris The U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris.  The State Department reports this in a note.   The tw...
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Macron responds to uproar by Muslim communities

French President Emmanuel Macron gave an exclusive interview where he responded to the uproar by the French Muslim community. In the interview, he expressed his “understanding” of the “feelings of Mu...
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Paris votes in first woman mayor

Socialist Anne Hidalgo became the first woman mayor of Paris in a run-off election against Nathalie Krosciusko-Morizet in the municipal elections across France on Sunday 30 March. Despite the low t...
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Women race for Paris

With only a week before the municipal elections in France two women are battling it out to become the next mayor of the capital. The present socialist deputy mayor Anna Hidalgo is standing against Nat...
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Municipal elections in Paris.

On 9 March Parisians are called to the ballot-box to elect a total of 517 councillors in the Ville de Paris (city council) and 20 local municipalities, or arrondissements, for a six-year term. Run-off...
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Democrats Global Primary, Paris.

The Democrats Global Primary, the first time in American history for a political primary to be held abroad, will take place on
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Paris elelctions: Voting at Paris municipal elections.

European residents in the French capital have the right to vote in next year's council elections provided they have their name down on the electoral roll by 31 December 2007. To enroll, residents need...
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Nicolas Sarkozy elected president.

Nicolas Sarkozy is to be the next president of France. The conservative candidate, a former lawyer, won on the second round with 53 per cent of the vote. His opponent, socialist S


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