French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed Saad Hariri for talks Saturday, an AFP reporter said, hours after the Lebanese premier arrived from Saudi Arabia in the midst of a political crisis. Hariri, who made a shock resignation announcement...Show More Summary
French President Emmanuel Macron was meeting with officials in the Elysee Palace in Paris when his dog, Nemo, responded to the call of nature and cracked everyone up.
He's still a very good dog, but French President Emmanuel Macron's pooch Nemo drew laughs when he relieved himself in the Elysée Palace, interrupting a meeting his master was holding with three aides, the BBC reports. "I wondered what that noise was," chuckles junior ecology minister Brune Poirson. "Does that...
French President Emmanuel Macron's dog Nemo interrupted a meeting his master was having with members of his government when he urinated against a fireplace in the Elysee Palace. French TV … Click to Continue »
President Emmanuel Macron's dog Nemo has been filmed casually peeing on an ornate fireplace at the Elysee Palace as the French leader met with members of his government.
The French president's two-year-old dog Nemo has been filmed cocking his leg against an ornate fireplace in his gilded office during a meeting with junior ministers. In the video, Nemo is seen relieving himself behind them as they discuss inner-city investment. Show More Summary
French President Emmanuel Macron unveiled a plan to bolster France's domestic security on Wednesday during a speech to police forces at the presidential Elysée Palace.
The Elysée Palace has asked the Grand Chancellery of the Legion of Honor – the body that decides who should be given the prestigious award - to examine the possibility of stripping producer Harvey Weinstein of the award after he was accused of rape and sexual harassment.
French president signs set of controversial executive orders in the style of US leader during televised ceremony in Élysée Palace The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has signed a controversial set of executive orders making sweeping...Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron invited cameras into his Elysee Palace office on Friday as he signed into law new legislation, making him the first French president to wield his constitutional power in public view.
French President Emmanuel Macron welcomes new canine friend 'Nemo' to the Elysee Palace in Paris. Rough cut (no reporter narration) Video provided by Reuters
This about sums up French politics: During [French President Emmanuel Macron’s] first three months in office, the 39-year-old leader’s personal makeup artist, Natacha M., has billed the Elysée Palace 26,000
The preening young French president’s beauty budget will scandalise those on the minimum wage – and do nothing for his collapsing ratings Emmanuel Macron’s legendary luck has fallen foul of his “look”. The Elysée Palace admitted yesterday...Show More Summary
Former French president Francois Hollande said Wednesday he has not turned his back on politics, after criticising his successor and former protege in the Elysee Palace, Emmanuel Macron. "Even when I decided... not to stand (for re-election) I had said I would not retire from political life," the Socialist Hollande, 63, told TV5 Monde television. Show More Summary
Brigitte Macron has become the first French president's wife with a clear official role after the Elysée Palace published a "transparency charter" outlining her function. However, the charter stopped short of granting presidentShow More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron will visit Greece from Sept. 7-8, a source in the Elysee Palace said, as he seeks to build momentum behind a drive to deepen European integration.
French president’s wife tells Elle magazine her position ‘will be determined not by law but by transparency charter’ Brigitte Macron has said she will have a clear role at the Élysée Palace despite public opposition to her taking the official title of France’s first lady. Show More Summary
Reports suggest French President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to backpedal on the issue of creating an official First Lady position for his wife in the face of opposition to the move, although the Élysée Palace rejects that characterisation.