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Two years on, Notre-Dame awaits long path to pre-fire glory
On the evening of April 15 2019, France and the world watched transfixed in horror as flames ravaged Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, fearful that the heritage landmark could be lost to humanity forever.
France grants New Caledonia third and final independence referendum
Paris has granted its Pacific territory of New Caledonia a third referendum on independence after two earlier votes narrowly chose to remain part of France, officials said.
Macron to abolish elite French college
French President Emmanuel Macron is on Thursday to abolish the top university he attended along with four of the last six presidents in a move portrayed as a blow against elitism and in favour of greater diversity.
Eyimofe selected for Cinémas d’Afrique festival in France
Weeks, after it was announced for this year’s MOOOV Film Festival in Belgium, the Nigerian feature film, Eyimofe (This is my desire), has been selected for the 2021 edition
Paris prosecutors probe 'gang robbery' of France's Tapie
Paris prosecutors said on Monday they have opened an investigation into gang robbery after former French minister and scandal-ridden tycoon Bernard Tapie, once the owner of Adidas
France urges Iran to be 'constructive' at nuclear talks
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian on Saturday called on Tehran to be "constructive" during talks with world powers next week in Vienna.
Macron announces school closures and defends strategy
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday announced nationwide school closures and a limited lockdown while defending his controversial strategy to confront soaring Covid-19 infections.
France reopens Libya embassy after 7-year closure
France on Monday reopened its embassy in Libya after a seven-year closure as insecurity swept the country following its 2011 revolution, in another sign of a gradual return of stability.
Dembele scores, Mbappe misses penalty as France beat Kazakhstan
Ousmane Dembele scored the opening goal as holders France beat Kazakhstan 2-0 away on Sunday to claim the first victory in their campaign to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Macron to be given report over French role in Rwanda genocide
A commission of historians will after two years of work on Friday submit to President Emmanuel Macron a potentially explosive report scrutinising the role played by France over Rwanda's 1994 genocide, sources said.
France accuses Britain of 'blackmail' over vaccine deliveries
France's foreign minister on Friday accused Britain of "blackmail" against the European Union over Covid-19 vaccine deliveries, saying the UK was under pressure because it lacked doses for second vaccine shots.
UK could add France to 'red list' over variants: PM
Britain could shortly place France on a travel "red list" and tighten Channel border controls due to the risk of new coronavirus variants, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Wednesday.