IN THE FRENCH PAPERS
'France is losing one of its industrial jewels'FRENCH PAPERS - Weds. 15.04.15: Papers react to the news that Finnish network equipment maker Nokia is going to buy its French rival Alcatel-Lucent. Le Figaro says France is once…
Nokia, Alcatel CEOs to meet with France's HollandeThe chief executives of Finnish telecom giant Nokia and the French Alcatel-Lucent group are set to meet French President François Hollande Tuesday, according to news reports. The…
Germany’s role in the EU: An uncompromising partner?With a population of over 80 million people, a booming export-driven economy and the EU's lowest unemployment rate, Germany remains the undisputed powerhouse of Europe. But to…
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Le Figaro: Hollande buried fracking reportFRENCH PAPERS - Tues. 07.04.15: French papers focus on Lampedusa's migrant crisis, a government report on fracking that Le Figaro says got buried and dating practices in China.
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Hollande visits WWII Jewish orphanage raided by NazisFrench President François Hollande on Monday visited the site of a World War II orphanage for Jewish children that was raided by the Nazi Gestapo on April 6, 1944.
2017 presidential election: a three-horse race?A victory for the opposition conservatives, a serious setback for the ruling socialists and a confirmation for the far-right National Front party. Last Sunday's elections were…
Alps crash victims identified by week’s end, Hollande saysFrench President François Hollande said Tuesday that all of the victims of the Germanwings plane crash in the French Alps will likely be identified by the end of the week.…
Hollande vows to pursue reform despite election lossesFrench President François Hollande on Tuesday vowed to press ahead with his reform drive despite the setbacks his ruling Socialist party suffered in last week’s local elections.
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Hollande: 'Lost in election'FRENCH PAPERS - Tues. 31.03.15: French papers continue to react to the second round of local departmental elections on Sunday. Seen as an “electoral slap in the face” for the…
Hollande joins Tunis march in wake of terror attackFrench President François Hollande marched with tens of thousands of Tunisians through the capital Tunis in a show of solidarity against Islamist militants on Sunday.
Hollande to join Tunis march in wake of terror attackFrench President François Hollande is on Sunday set to join several other Western leaders in an anti-extremism march in Tunisia, following a jihadist attack on the country’s…