France Candidate Selected to Lead UNESCO

A former French culture minister was selected to lead UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, on Friday, October 13, 2017.

Macron Vows To Deport Undocumented Criminal Foreigners

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French President Macron announced early Sunday that France will deport any undocumented foreigner who commits a crime.

Ohio Insurance Expert David Giertz Outlines 4 Ways Millennials Can Stretch Their Retirement Savings Further

Saving for retirement is one of the most important undertakings in life. While you may want to continue working beyond your 60s, that’s not always an option.

Emmanuel Macron to Address the Nation on Sunday

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For the past few days, Emmanuel Macron has been labelled as a president of the rich.

Protesters Sentenced for Torching Police Car

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On Wednesday, October 11, 2017, a judge in Paris handed down sente

French Republican Politician Michel Bernard Barnier Thinks The Brexit Talks Should End Due To Deadlock On The U.K. Exit Bill

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French Republican Politician Michel Bernard Barnier is the European Union’s Chief Negotiator.


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News about an 11-year-old girl and 28-year-old man having consensual sex made headlines last week in Fran has done an analysis of how and why so many British expats have come to call

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As Britain attempts to soften Brexit's economic blow, its ministers are trying to reduce payments to the European Union.

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President Emmanuel Macron has made good on his promise to reform France’s employment laws.

The trial of Abdelkader Merah, brother of terrorist Mohamed Merah, began on Monday.