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Madonna's ex fined for this selfie with sleeping Le Pen
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Madonna's ex fined for this selfie with sleeping Le Pen
16 hours ago

But only one euro.

Revealed: The huge cost of France's ex-presidents
Sarkozy, Giscard, and Chirac. France's three living former presidents bag €6.2 million a year between them. Photo: AFP

Revealed: The huge cost of France's ex-presidents
22 hours ago

The salaries of France's former presidents have been revealed - and they're enormous.

From blood scandal to climate deal: Laurent Fabius bows out
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From blood scandal to climate deal: Laurent Fabius bows out
22 hours ago

He's a very, very rich man, has a very naughty son was no stranger to a scandal, and famously slapped down David Cameron's attempts to reform the EU. Laurent Fabius has left the building.

French MPs vote through post attacks constitution changes
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French MPs vote through post attacks constitution changes
17 hours ago

UPDATED: French lawmakers have voted in favour of changing the constitution following the terror attacks on Paris in November.

(Hardly any) French MPs back emergency powers reform
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(Hardly any) French MPs back emergency powers reform
1 day ago

French MPs backed enshrining state of emergency powers in the constitution, but 411 of them didn't bother to turn up.

France unlikely to force UK to move border home?
British border police in Calais. Photo: AFP

France unlikely to force UK to move border home?
2 days ago

British PM David Cameron fears Calais-like migrant camps being set up in the UK if France decides to shift border checks back across the Channel in the light of a Brexit. But is Paris likely to do it?

Isis makes far-right National Front demos its 'prime target'
Supporters of France's far-right National Front (FN) wave French flags during a May Day rally in Paris on May 1st, 2014. Photo: AFP

Isis makes far-right National Front demos its 'prime target'
3 days ago

For the first time Isis has threatened to target public demos by France's anti-immigration National.

Ex-French army commander faces jail over anti-Islam rally
General Christian Piquemal, with the megaphone, right. Photo: AFP

Ex-French army commander faces jail over anti-Islam rally
3 days ago

The former head of the French Foreign Legion is facing a possible sentence of a year behind bars after leading a banned anti-Islam rally in Calais.

And the 'Liar of the year' award goes to Marine Le Pen
Marine Le Pen. Photo: AFP

And the 'Liar of the year' award goes to Marine Le Pen
February 05, 2016

National Front leader Marine Le Pen has been voted as the "biggest liar" of 2015. But why?

State of Emergency
Emergency powers 'helped foil a terror attack': French PM
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Emergency powers 'helped foil a terror attack': French PM
February 05, 2016

The French PM defended the ongoing state of emergency in France on Friday claiming that the sweeping powers helped them foil a terror attack.

Paris mayor to wipe three arrondissements off the map
Mayor Anne Hidalgo wants to shift the boundaries of Paris's arrondissements or group them together. Photo: AFP/Brad Cerenzia/Flickr

Paris mayor to wipe three arrondissements off the map
January 29, 2016

The mayor of Paris wants to merge four Paris arrondissements together. Here's how.

French companies jump to sign deals with Iran
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French companies jump to sign deals with Iran
January 29, 2016

Companies including Peugeot, Airbus, and Total signed deals in Paris on Thursday to mark "a new relationship" with Iran.

The speech that marked Christiane Taubira's finest moment and a defining one for France
The speech that marked Christiane Taubira's finest moment. Photo: AFP

The speech that marked Christiane Taubira's finest moment and a defining one for France
January 27, 2016

Former justice minister Christiane Taubira's emotional speech shortly after French MPs had voted to legalize gay marriage was seen as a defining moment for both her and for France. Read it here.

Terror row sees France's justice minister Taubira quit
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira quits in terror row. Photo: AFP

Terror row sees France's justice minister Taubira quit
January 27, 2016

French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira quit the government on Wednesday in protest saying "sometimes resisting means leaving".

Did this selfie cost Le Pen's party poll victory?
Photo: Brahim Zaibat/Brahim Zaibat

Did this selfie cost Le Pen's party poll victory?
January 11, 2016

Jean-Marie Le Pen the former leader of the National Front is furious over a selfie taken while he was asleep on plane, which he believes cost the National Front victories in the regional elections.

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