China launched its first Tibetan-language search engine this week -- one that bears a striking resemblance to a certain U.S. search engine blocked locally, but with considerably more limited results.
As if things couldn’t get worse for France’s President Hollande, his former opponent Nicolas Sarkozy has announced his intention to run against him; and the opposition coalition in the Democratic Republic of Congo are calling for a national strike over continued delays to elections.
PARIS (Reuters) - When Nicolas Sarkozy went fishing for votes in the electoral waters of France's far right for a second presidential term in 2012 it ended in defeat, as voters alienated by his rhetoric and disappointed by a moribund economy deserted him.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has made the announcement that he will seek to regain his old job back. He lost his reelection in 2012 to...
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, has announced that he will run again for the presidency in 2017. The lead up to next Spring's election has been dominated by France's struggle with radical Islam, and the simultaneous rise of the far-right.
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Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has officially launched his bid for the 2017 presidential elections in a move that surprised nobody and did not really cause any upheaval. Sarkozy says he has listened to the people in France and wants to do all he can for France. Show More Summary
Former leader may step down from helm of Republicans to focus on 2017 re-election bid at "turbulent moment in history".
Nicolas Sarkozy launched a bid Monday to win back the French presidency, announcing he would seek his party’s nomination to run in next year’s election. The pugnacious 61-year-old conservative, who in 2012 ended a five-year term mired in unpopularity, had made no secret of his ambition...
The former president, who was unseated in 2012, is pushing hard-line policies on immigration and security.
France's former conservative president Nicolas Sarkozy has formally announced he is running for the presidency again in next year's elections. In an excerpt of a book released on his Facebook page and Twitter account Monday, Sarkozy wrote: "I have decided to be a candidate to the 2017 presidential...
The former French President announced his intent on Monday
In what was likely the most anticipated "surprise" announcement in French politics, moments ago Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced he will run for next year's presidential election, with a statement on his facebook page. "I have decided to be a candidate for the 2017 presidential election. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will run for next year's presidential election, he announced on his Facebook account on Monday.
Following Thursday’s Bastille Day carnage in Nice, French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy came down hard on the government for its failure to tackle the terrorist threat, L’Express wrote citing television reports.
Ex-French President Nicolas Sarkozy has called for foreign nationals with links to radical Islam to be expelled from the country after criticizing the government in the wake of the Nice attack. Sarkozy, the president between 2007 and...Show More Summary
Anti-terrorism measures taken in France over the 18 months after deadly attack on the Charlie Hebdo office were insufficient, the country's former President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Sunday, as quoted by local media.
Aymeric Chauprade, who left the National Front last year and now is an independent right-wing politician, said that former French President Nicolas Sarkozy will be a better competitor for Marine Le Pen, in upcoming French presidential election than former Prime Ministers Alain Juppe.
Director of communications of the French National Front party said that Marine Le Pen has nothing to fear from a duel with Nicolas Sarkozy, who remains widely discredited by the disastrous results of his five-year term and the inconsistency of his convictions.