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France's Hollande says Brexit won't change channel migrant deal

French President François Hollande said Wednesday that Britain's vote to leave the EU should not change a deal to stop migrants crossing the Channel, which led to many being stuck at camps in Calais.

A guide to becoming a French citizen in a post-Brexit world

With Britons living across the EU now wondering what Brexit will mean for their legal status abroad, many in France are looking to become citizens – a protracted process that mainly involves collecting a vast array of documentation.

How Brexit will affect French industry

French industries are worried that last week’s Brexit vote threatens to undermine business dealings between the UK and France, with London ranked as one of Paris’s top trading partners.

Thousands march in Paris in protest at labour reforms

Thousands of protesters marched Tuesday in Paris as France's Senate approved a hotly debated government bill reforming labor laws. The march was mostly peaceful but police used tear gas to counter some demonstrators throwing projectiles.

Paris, London mayors pledge to work 'closer than ever' despite Brexit

The mayors of Paris and London have penned a joint letter published Monday in Le Parisien and the Financial Times calling on the two “global cities” to “work more closely together than ever” despite Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.

Paris court charges Assad uncle with corruption

Prosecutors in Paris charged Rifaat al-Assad, the uncle of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, with corruption earlier this month, an anti-corruption group said Tuesday.

No informal talks before UK invokes Article 50 on EU withdrawal, Merkel says

The leaders of Germany, France and Italy vowed Monday "a new impulse" for the EU as it reels from Brexit and told London that the bloc would make no deals before Britain formally decides to leave.

Paris prosecutor opens manslaughter probe into EgyptAir crash

The Paris prosecutor’s office on Monday opened a manslaughter investigation into the crash of EgyptAir flight MS804, as the doomed jet’s black box memory chips were sent to France for repair.

Video: One year on, US soldiers recall foiled Thalys train attack

Almost one year after they foiled what French police say would have likely been a deadly terrorist attack on a Paris-bound train, US servicemen Spencer Stone and Alek Skarlatos spoke to FRANCE 24 about the dramatic incident.

France and Germany seek joint response at Brexit crisis talks

The leaders of Germany, France and Italy meet in Berlin on Monday as they scramble to contain the fallout from British voters’ shocking decision to quit the EU in a referendum last week.

Griezmann double sends France into Euro 2016 last eight

Hosts France came from behind to beat 10-man Republic of Ireland 2-1 and reach the Euro 2016 quarter-finals after two second-half strikes from forward Antoine Griezmann at Parc OL on Sunday.

French prime minister opposes transatlantic trade deal

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Sunday blasted a planned EU-US trade treaty, saying the ambitious deal was against “EU interests”.

French, Dutch far-right call for EU membership referendums after Brexit

France's far right National Front party and Dutch anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders called for referendums in their own countries on European Union membership Friday in the wake of the UK vote to leave the bloc.

Grudges over tickets, handballs form backdrop for Ireland-France ‘revenge’ match

Don't call it revenge, but a Thierry Henry handball in 2009 means there will be more than a Euro 2016 quarter-final place at stake when France take on the Republic of Ireland on Sunday.

Belgian judge extends detention of Abrini, five other Paris attacks suspects

A Belgian judge ruled to extend by one month the detention of six suspects being held in connection with the November 13 attacks in and around Paris, which claimed the lives of 130 people.