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FRANCE: Nearly 1,000 prevented from entering France since Paris attacks

0 Nearly 1,000 people have been stopped from entering Franc since border controls were reestablished following the 13 November Paris attacks, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Saturday. Nearly 2,000 premises have been searched and 34 "hate preachers" were in the process of being deported, he said. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve with police officers conducting security control at the French-German border in Strasbourg Reuters Standard

FRANCE - COP21: Cop21 pact 'within reach' but climate change marches banned in Paris

0 A world climate change pact is within reach, according to France's Laurent Fabius, who will chair the Cop21 conference that starts in Paris on Sunday. Demonstrations around the world demanded action on global warming on Saturday, although French activists were placed under house arrest to stop them defying a ban on marches in Paris. A demonstation in Manila demands action against global warming on Saturday 28 November Reuters/Erik De Castro Standard

FRANCE - BRITAIN - SPAIN - SYRIA: Hollande calls on British to join Syria air strikes despite protests in UK, Spain

0 French President François Hollande has appealed to British MPs to bomb the Islamic State (IS) armed group in Syria, ahead of protests against joining the airstrikes campaign in the UK and Spain on Saturday. Hollande's office on Friday ruled out collaboration with the Syrian army, contradicting an earlier statement by Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius. Britain's Prince Charles (R) and French President François Hollande at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Valletta, Malta, Reuters/Andrew Winning Standard

: French press review 28 November 2015

0 This morning's front pages are torn between yesterday's memorial service for those who lost their lives in the Friday 13 Paris attacks and the UN climate conference which opens in the French capital on Monday. DR Standard

BELGIUM - FRANCE: Belgium extends custody of French national over Paris attacks

0 A Belgian court on Friday announced that a Frenchman detained in connection with the 13 November Paris attacks will remain in custody for another month. French national Ali Oulkadi, 31, drove key suspect Salah Abdeslam across Brussels the day after the atrocities without knowing he had been involved, his lawyer said Friday. Belgian police patrol outside the European Council in Brussels, November 23 2015, just days before the city reduced its terror threat level from 4 to 3. Reuters/Yve Herman Standard

SWITZERLAND - FRANCE: Swissleaks whistleblower sentenced to six years in jail in absentia

0 A Swiss court has sentenced the former HSBC employee behind the Swissleaks tax evasion revelations to five years in prison. But Hervé Falciani was not present in court and has taken refuge in France, which does not extradite its citizens. Hervé Falciani in France in October Reuters/Denis Balibouse Standard

FRANCE: France to opt out of European human rights convention because of Paris attacks

0 France is to opt out of some aspects of the European Human Rights Convention while the state of emergency declared after this month's Paris attacks is in force. As well as raids on mosques and Islamic charities, police have swooped on radical environmentalists since the measure was introduced. A police officer in Paris this week Reuters Standard

SOUTH KOREA - FRANCE: South Korea bans French poultry imports after bird flu case found

0 South Korea has banned French poultry imports following the discovery of bird flu on a farm in south-west France. The French agriculture ministry says that the H5N1 virus cannot be passed on to humans through poultry products. The H5N1 virus, dyed brown Reuters Standard

FRANCE: Hollande vows to crush Islamic State at homage to Paris attacks victims

0 President François Hollande on Friday pledged to crush the Islamic State (IS) armed group at a ceremony of national homage to the victims of the 13 November Paris attacks. France will remain the same country the victims loved, he said, adding a tribute to French youth. French President Francois Hollande speaks at the ceremony at Les Invalides Reuters/Charles Platiau Standard

FRANCE: France pays tribute to Paris attacks victims

0 French President François Hollande was at Paris's Invalides monument on Friday morning for an official tribute to the victims of the 13 November terror attacks on the French capital. The "solemn, national" homage is usually reserved for members of the military fallen in combat. A building near the Invalides, showing french flags as requested by the government Reuters/Jacky Naegelen Standard

: French press review 27 November 2015

0 Today France is to pay its respects to the 130 people who died in the Friday 13 terrorist attacks. Several of the daily newspapers do no less. Others give the front-page honours to the United Nations climate conference, due to open in Paris this weekend. DR Standard

FRANCE-RUSSIA: Hollande's grand anti-IS coalition with Russia compromised by downed jet

0 French President François Hollande was set to hold talks on Thursday with Russian leader Vladimir Putin to rally his support behind global efforts to forge a grand coalition against Islamic State jihadists in the wake of the Paris attacks. The meeting takes place against a backdrop of diplomatic tensions between Russia and Turkey over a downed Russian jet by Turkish military this week. French President François Hollande meets with Russian leader Vladimir Putin at Moscow airport, December 6 2014 AFP/Alain Jocard Standard

FRANCE- OCEANIA: Hollande hosts Oceania delegation ahead of COP21

0 French President François Hollande hosted on Thursday morning a France-Oceania summit ahead of the Climate Change conference next week. He intended to reassure the small-island states in frontline of climate disruption. French President Hollande is surrounded by participants of a France-Oceania summit ahead of the Climate Change conference, Paris, 26 November 2015. Reuters/Philippe Wojazer Standard

FRANCE-MAURITIUS: Mauritius releases French woman in drug smuggling case

0 The Mauritian justice overturned on Wednesday the conviction of a French woman sentenced to 20 years imprisonment over drug smuggling. Aurore Gros-Coissy escorted by police as she arrives at the Supreme Court in Port Louis, 30 January 2015. AFP/Nicholas Larche Standard

: French press review 26 November 2015

0 President Hollande's diplomatic marathon to build an anti-Daech coalition in rocky terrain as he flies to Russia. Despite national unity rally, blame game erupts over systemic intelligence failures that eased the designs of the terrorists. And populist National Front posts strong gains in run up to December's regional elections as insecurity becomes the key issue in France. DR Standard

Paris climate summit: how to make it a success

The leaders of 147 countries start gathering in Paris on Sunday for a 12-day diplomatic marathon aimed at producing a global agreement that can stave off catastrophic climate change.

Hollande says France 'will not give in to hatred' at Paris attacks ceremony

France paid homage Friday morning to the 130 victims of the November 13 terrorist attacks in Paris with a solemn ceremony at the Invalides monument in the centre of the city. Follow the event as it happened on FRANCE 24's live blog.

Paris attacks guns 'traced to German arms dealer'

German prosecutors said Friday they were investigating whether an illegal arms dealer had sold four assault rifles to a person in the French capital and whether there were "possible links to the attacks in Paris".

France to 'adopt' children of Paris attack victims

Some 50 children lost one or both parents in the deadly November 13 Paris attacks. As a result of a law dating back to the First World War, these orphans can now become “wards of France”.

Rallying around the French flag... or not

For every French patriot who hung the tricolour from their balconies during Friday's memorial ceremony for the victims of the Paris attacks, countless others didn't. Flag-waving patriotism of the US kind is a turn-off for many French people.

France ‘could work with Assad's forces’ against IS group

French foreign minister Laurent Fabius suggested Friday that troops loyal to Bashar al-Assad could be used to fight the Islamic State group, but only in the framework of a political transition without the Syrian President.

#FiersdelaFrance: French flag photos flood social media

Twitter was flooded by images of the French national flag on Friday morning after the government called on the public to hang the Tricolour outside of their homes in homage to the 130 victims of the November 13 Paris attacks.

French defence minister urges UK to help 'win this war' against IS group

In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks, France’s defence minister has publicly appealed to British MPs to vote in favour of the UK joining French air strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria.

Hollande calls on French to fly the tricolour flag to honour Paris victims

French President François Hollande has called on his countrymen and women to display the country’s national flag outside their homes for Friday’s day of national mourning for the 130 victims of this month’s terror attacks in Paris.

French unemployment rises by highest rate since 2013

The number of unemployed in France rose by 42,000 in October from September to reach 3,589,800, the biggest monthly rise in two years, the Labour Ministry said Thursday.

Organisers hope Paris attacks don't overshadow COP21 climate summit

One of France’s leading environmental activists expressed hope that the recent terrorist attacks would urge world leaders to "reinforce their focus on the planet" and strike an international deal on climate change.

French PM Valls says ‘no room for more refugees’ in Europe

European countries are stretched to their limits in the refugee crisis and cannot take in any more new arrivals, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was quoted as saying in a German newspaper on Wednesday.

Hollande calls on Germany to do more to battle IS group

French President François Hollande urged Germany to do more to combat the Islamic State (IS) group as he welcomed Chancellor Angela Merkel for talks in Paris on Wednesday.

Paris attacks organiser 'targeted business district' in bomb plot

The suspected coordinator of the November 13 Paris attacks planned to blow himself up in a suicide attack in the city's La Defense business district, the chief prosecutor said on Tuesday.

Daily Mail sparks fury in France with shocking Paris attacks video

British tabloid the Daily Mail has said there was “nothing controversial” about a shocking video it published of the Paris attacks that it has been accused of paying €50,000 to acquire, something that has sparked anger and criticism in France.

INFO M6 - Paris : une mannequin dépose plainte pour viol - Yahoo Actualités

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Attentats de Paris : malaise chez les gros bras de la RATP après un retrait de port d'armes - Francetv info

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Territoriales : l'immigration, un sujet de campagne mis à l'épreuve par l'actualité - Francetv info

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EN DIRECT - Attentats de Paris : plusieurs perquisitions meneés pendant la nuit - Le Figaro

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COP21 : des milliers de personnes marchent en Asie pour le climat - Les Échos

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Beaucoup de clichés, un peu d'info : sur Snapchat, Paris a sa «story» - Le Figaro

Le FigaroBeaucoup de clichés, un peu d'info : sur Snapchat, Paris a sa «story»Le FigaroDepuis le mardi 17 novembre, Paris bénéficie d'un traitement de faveur. Une story «en continu» est ainsi réservée aux Parisiens, grâce à la géolocalisation. Les habitants de la capitale envoient leurs «snaps» qui, s'ils sont chanceux, sont sélectionnés ...

Attentats de Paris : une semaine après, la France "debout" - Yahoo Actualités

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Foot - L1 - Les claques manquées du PSG - L'É

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Cazeneuve assume "totalement" les mesures de sécurité prises à l'encontre des écologistes - Les Échos

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Attentats : L'histoire avec un # - L'Obs

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