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France warns of 'serious consequences' if US embassy moves to Jerusalem

Speaking as 70 countries gather for Mideast peace talks in Paris on Sunday, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault warned of "extremely serious consequences" if the US moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem as planned.

France to install CCTV in abattoirs after animal slaughter scandals

French lawmakers voted on Thursday to introduce surveillance cameras in abattoirs throughout France after the release of a damning report exposing animal cruelty on the facilities.

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet takes first footsteps in space

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet floated into space on his first-ever spacewalk Friday, and helped install three new, refrigerator-sized lithium-ion batteries to upgrade the power system at the International Space Station.

Candidates spar over labour law in first French left-wing presidential debate

Former French prime minister Manuel Valls on Thursday defended a controversial labour reform passed under his tenure as he squared off against other left-wing presidential hopefuls in a televised debate.

'Targeted killings necessary … just don't tell anyone', say French leftist candidates

The targeted killing of terrorists abroad is justified to protect national security, most candidates in Thursday's left-wing primary debate for the French presidency agreed. However, most also argued that the public should not be told about it.

France's Le Pen has coffee at Trump Tower ... but Trump won't see her

French far-right presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen was spotted at Trump Tower on Thursday, but a spokesman for the US president-elect said she would not be meeting him – nor any members of his transition team.

French presidential hopeful Macron shocks by speaking English

France’s Emmanuel Macron has come under fire for addressing a conference on the European Union in English, with the far right accusing the centrist presidential candidate of disrespecting both his country and the language of Molière.

A guide to France’s left-wing primary debates

A total of seven candidates from France’s main left-wing parties will take part on Thursday in the first of four televised primary debates that could make or break the ruling Socialist Party.

Belgium charges two new suspects over Paris attacks

Belgium has charged two suspects with providing false documents to a man linked to the November 2015 Paris attacks, who later blew himself up on a crowded Brussels metro, federal prosecutors said Thursday.

Hollande hails France’s engagement in major foreign policy speech

President François Hollande stressed France’s active engagement on the international stage, particularly in Syria and the rest of the Arab world, in a key foreign policy speech delivered in Paris Thursday.

French judge clears billionaire art mogul Wildenstein of tax fraud

The Franco-American patriarch of the Wildenstein art-dealing dynasty was cleared Thursday by a Paris court of massive tax fraud, in a long-running saga sparked by family battles that had gripped high society watchers.

French left mulls universal basic income ahead of primaries

The idea of giving French citizens a universal basic income has become a central issue ahead of the left wing primaries to choose a candidate for this year’s presidential election. The primaries take place on January 22 and 29.

French presidential candidate Fillon promises crackdown on immigration

France’s presidential election frontrunner Francois Fillon vowed on Wednesday to take back control of immigration including by imposing quotas on non-European Union nationals as he looks to win votes from the far-right National Front party.

Le Pen follows Trump’s lead with vow to bring car industry back to France

Far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said on Tuesday she would seek to repatriate production of French motor vehicles and other industrial goods - just as President-elect Donald Trump hopes to do in the United States.

Ex-Afghan interpreters say French army abandoned them, demand visas

Former Afghan interpreters for the French army organised parallel protests in Kabul and Paris on Tuesday, citing death threats from Islamist insurgents and demanding visas.