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Charges dropped against Air France, Airbus over fatal 2009 crash

French court didn't find enough ground for prosecution for crash which killed 228 people - France Info.

by Bernama
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One dead, nine wounded in France after suspected knife attack

A man believed to be an Afghan national was arrested after the attack in Villeurbanne.

by Reuters
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France thanks Malaysia for Nora Anne's search operation

French, Irish and British police assisted the M'sian police in the investigation into the case.

by Bernama
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France opens criminal probe into death of Nora Anne

The Paris prosecutor's office is investigating the case for kidnapping.

by Simon Carraud & Liz Lee, Reuters
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Trump accuses France's Macron of sending 'mixed signals' to Iran

He says that no one is authorised to speak to Tehran on behalf of the United States.

by Reuters
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French right-wingers to shun Greta Thunberg at parliament

'We don't need gurus of the apocalypse', one lawmaker says of teenage Swedish activist, who is visiting French parliament. 

by Marine Pennetier & Geert De Clercq, Reuters
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France roasts in record heatwave, two die in Spain

World Meteorological Organization says this is 'absolutely consistent' with greenhouse gas emissions.

by Inti Landauro & Emma Pinedo, Reuters
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French police hunt suitcase bomber after blast in Lyon

The explosion in the central city of Lyon injured 13 people.

by Reuters
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Explainer: How the EU will vote and why it matters

More than 400 million people in EU’s 28 member states will vote on May 23-26. Here's why the vote matters.

by Reuters
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Ex-French presidential candidate to face trial over fake jobs scandal

His 2017 campaign took a plunge when it was reported that his wife and kids were paid by the senator for work as assistant, lawyers.

by Reuters
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EU to agree further Brexit delay but France pushes for conditions

May has asked the EU for a Brexit delay to June 30 but the draft left the end-date blank.

by Reuters
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Wan Azizah begins five-day working trip to France

A busy programme lined up for the deputy prime minister's visit.

by Bernama
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M'sia ready to cooperate with France in Scorpene probe: Minister

UPDATED 3PM | PARLIAMENT | Mat Sabu says it is the government's stand to always cooperate with foreign investigating authorities.

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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Gov't keen to dive into Scorpene case, says Chin Tong

In meeting with Scorpene lawyers, he says M'sia wants to offer assistance to the French court cases.

by Alyaa Alhadjri
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French 'yellow vests' march through Paris denouncing police violence

Protesters denounce use of flash ball riot control guns banned in much of Europe.

by Johnny Cotton, Reuters
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'Red scarves' march in Paris in riposte to 'yellow vests'

About 10,000 turn out for counter-demonstration against 11th week of gilet jaunes protests.

by Reuters
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