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26 Jun 2017
The Islamic State group is losing ground in Syria and Iraq, but as recent events in the UK and France have shown, its appeal to some young Muslims hasn't gone away.
19 Jun 2017
President Emmanuel Macron won a commanding majority in France's parliamentary election on Sunday, pollsters' estimates showed, and Socialist Party leader Jean-Christophe Cambadelis stepped down.
18 Jun 2017
A Spanish bullfighter died on Saturday after he tripped in the ring and was gored in the chest by the bull in southwestern France.
15 Jun 2017
N'Golo Kante and Hugo Lloris expressed their delight at 10 men France's 3-2 international friendly win over England in Paris on Tuesday.
10 Jun 2017
Sunday is the first round of the legislative elections in France and Emmanuel Macron and La République En Marche are set to clobber opponents with what could be an overwhelming majority.
22 May 2017
"The daring bet of pluralism".That's newspaper Le Monde's high-falluting way of headlining that France's government now boasts its broadest political spectrum since De Gaulle's first government in 1959.
14 May 2017
France's former President François Hollande on Sunday said that "it was an honour" to lead France, and that he was leaving the country "in a far better state" than how he found it when Nicolas Sarkozy left office in 2012.
14 May 2017
Emmanuel Macron is being sworn in as France's President after last week's election victory.
8 May 2017
China congratulates France's centrist politician Emmanuel Macron on his presidential election victory.
7 May 2017
President François Hollande casts his vote in Tulle, France, in the second round of France's presidential election.
5 May 2017
France heads to the polls on Sunday to elect their new president.
26 Apr 2017
Premier League club West Ham United are raided by tax fraud investigators, part of a wider investigation into fraud spanning other parts of England and France.

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