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Le Pen Wants French Gold Repatriation

``Marine Le Pen, leader of the populist National Front political party in France and likely France's next president if the country should last until another election, has picked up the gold repatriation issue by writing to the governor of the central bank, the Banque de France''

French side loses 20-0 after keeper leaves game to birth his cow, replaced by 61-year-old president

A whacky story from the French amateur scene has focused attention for be a collection of crazy facts all rolled into one game. Located in northern France, Marly-Gomont are a particularly awful ragtag side, and a couple of weeks ago they surpassed their usual crapness by losing a match 20-0 to Tupigny. Aside from the scoreline, the […]

France Indefinitely Suspends Russian Mistral Delivery

The French government is suspending a deal to deliver two Mistral-class warships to the Russian Navy “until further notice” citing the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, according to a Tuesday statement from the office of President François...Show More Summary

Hollande Puts Delivery Of The Mistral Warship To Russia On Hold

Russian state-owned news service Sputnik News is reporting that French President François Hollande has postponed the sale of Mistral-class helicopter carriers to Moscow. Here's the tweet: BREAKING: Hollande puts delivery of first #Mistral...Show More Summary

President Francois Hollande pictured with Julie Gayet

He famously cheated on his lover, the French First Lady and took up with Julie Gayet.

Drogba and Nasri deal fears as Marseille face transfer probe

Alt Text: Didier Drogba Three former presidents of the French league leaders detained as part of police investigation First Reaction Bill Mann Thursday, November 20, 2014 - 9:35am Was it a dodgy deal that took Didier Drogba to Chelsea?...Show More Summary

France, Australia to help bring home Aboriginal remains held in French public collections

last weekArts : Artdaily

France and Australia agreed Wednesday to work together to help repatriate the remains of Aboriginal people held in French public collections. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott and French President Francois Hollande said their nations would open a consultation on how to return the human remains. Show More Summary

'Austerity kills': Thousands rally against French President Hollande in Paris

``They gathered to say ‘no' to austerity and budget cuts, as well as Hollande's policies which have been dictated by EU authorities in Brussels... "These austerity policies consist of massive cuts in social spending and huge tax breaks for big corporations. That's precisely what Hollande promised not to do," a demonstrator told RT.''

Algerian President Hospitalized as Strike Points to Power Struggle

Abdelaziz Bouteflika is released from a French hospital as cracks appear in his country's secretive regime.

French Club Suspected Of Bribing Opponents With Cases Of Wine Mid-Match

last weekSports : Deadspin

French officials have arrested the club presidents of newly promoted Ligue 1 side Caen and Ligue 2 club Nîmes for their suspected involvement in fixing a match at the end of last year's Ligue 2 season. What did the Caen players receive for their services? According to one report, cases of wine delivered at halftime. Read more...

France Set to Vote on Palestinian State

A French Socialist Party proposal to recognize Palestine as a state will be voted on in the French National Assembly on November 28, reports AFP. Because France’s president holds the ultimate prerogative to recognize states, the vote would be nonbinding. Show More Summary

Total Says Can Withstand Oil At $80, To Continue Projects

ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Big oil companies such as Total can withstand oil prices at $80 a barrel and the French firm will continue its current investment projects, Total's president for exploration and production said on Monday. "$100Show More Summary

French President Francois Hollande Might Give Up

French President Francois Hollande conducted a rare, 90-minute interview on prime-time television Thursday night. During it, he strongly hinted he wouldn't pursue a second term if unemployment persists in his country, the New York Times reports. Show More Summary

France Stinks... Literally

Having promised that he would not run again if unemployment rates remain high, French President Francois Hollande faces not just record low approval ratings but feces-flinging-farmers. In a show of protest against expressing their anger...Show More Summary

French President Hollande says he won't seek re-election if unemployment remains high

If he's not able to reduce unemployment by the end of his five-year term, French President François Hollande says he won't run for re-election. Hollande, whose approval rating has dipped down to 12 percent, also promised not to introduce any new taxes during his term. Show More Summary

French President Hollande Says He Won't Stand Again If Unemployment Doesn't Drop

Francois Hollande vowed Thursday he would not stand again for the French presidency in 2017 if he had not managed to live up to his promise to bring down unemployment by then. Referring to a failed pledge to "invert the trend" of unemployment,...Show More Summary

French President François Hollande May Not Stand for Re-election

He cites his failure to temper the nation's spiraling unemployment during his term in office

TMZ Live: 'Love & Hip Hop' -- Surprise, Surprise! Another Star Busted

ON TODAY'S SHOW Video Proof Khloe K is Back with French Montana Target Has No Idea How Their Hunky Employee Became a Star The Ritziest, Star-Studded Bar Mitzvah Ever President Obama Fires Back against Michael Jordan's Insults SKYPE US TMZTVSHOW…

Woman Sets Herself On Fire In Front Of Presidency Of Europe's Poorest Country

With French youth revolting, Spanish regions seeking secession, and GREXIT back on the cards, Europe's social unrest concerns are starting to rise once again to troubling levels. However, it is in Europe's poorest nation, Bulgaria that the message of dissatisfaction is loudest. Show More Summary

Now Dominique Strauss-Kahn's Finance Career May Be Blowing Up

Ex-IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn's new life in finance following his scandalous retreat from his bid for the French presidency isn't working out so well. He left his role as chairman of Luxembourg-based Leyne Strauss-Kahn & Partners on October 20 for reasons that aren't totally clear (officially "to dedicate himself to other activities"). Show More Summary

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