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Latest update : 2011-10-06

Centrist leader Borloo pulls out of presidential race

Centrist politician Jean-Louis Borloo takes everyone by surprise by announcing he will not run for president after all. Meanwhile, the Socialist Party primaries are getting closer - the first round is taking place this Sunday, and François Hollande is still leading in the opinion polls.

Marc Perelman interviews Jean-Marc Gonin, Senior Writer at Le Figaro Magazine, and Mark Deen, Journalist at Bloomberg News.

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2015-01-28 France

Greek elections: A domino effect in France?

After the resounding victory of the far-left Syriza party in Greece last Sunday, French politicians of all stripes are eager to ride the coattails of Alexis Tsipras, the new...

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2015-01-20 France

Does the fight against terrorism begin at school?

In the aftermath of the Paris terrorist attacks, the French government has announced a raft of security measures, including tighter monitoring of the internet. But it also wants...

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2015-01-13 Charlie Hebdo

Paris terror attacks: François Hollande stands tall

France will never be the same after last week's terrorist attacks. Nor will President François Hollande. His dignified behaviour during those tragic days has earned him kudos...

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2015-01-06 François Hollande

François Hollande's New Year media offensive

The French president is beginning 2015 with a media blitzkrieg. In addition to the flurry of New Year's addresses which take place throughout January, François Hollande has...

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2014-12-23 France

France on alert after attacks: a case of collective hysteria?

The end-of-year celebrations are taking place in a tense climate in France as a series of violent incidents have sown fear and confusion- with the authorities calling for calm...

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