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'We will reinforce our knowledge of the situation in space, we will better protect our satellites, including in an active manner,' French President Emmanuel Macron says
Emmanuel Bonne's mission is 'to try and open the discussion space to avoid an uncontrolled escalation, or even an accident'
Emmanuel Macron is speaking in Tokyo on a visit ahead of this week's Group of 20 meeting, where climate change will be among several contentious issues on the table, along with trade and tensions with Iran
'Iran has no interest to increase tension in the region and it never seeks war with any country, including [the] US,' state news agency IRNA quotes President Hassan Rouhani as saying
The adviser, Emmanuel Bonne, holds 'high-level meetings' in Tehran, 'with the aim of contributing to the de-escalation of tensions in the region'
Relations between Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron are frayed, and the tree, a diplomatic source says this week, did not survive
Tens of thousands of French and foreign visitors, many donning WWII uniforms or driving vintage military vehicles, have converged on Normandy to honor the veterans
(UPDATED) The Battle of Normandy on June 6, 1944 led to the liberation of Europe and helped bring about the end of World War II the following year
(UPDATED) European leaders begin the work needed to determine the EU's political direction
Opinion polls predict a significant advance for nationalist and populist forces opposed to closer European Union integration and threatening mainstream reform efforts
Jacinda Arden of New Zealand and France's Emmanuel Macron are the driving force behind the 'Christchurch Call' pledge which wants to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online
(UPDATED) The 3 European signatories to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal urge Iran to stick to its commitments after it said it would stop respecting some limits imposed by the agreement
Culture Minister Franck Riester promises a 'debate and a large consultation,' though the government will have the final say on the Paris landmark
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic agree to meet again in Paris in early July
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks come after France held its first 'national day of commemoration of the Armenian genocide'
Volodymyr Zelensky, whose only political experience is playing the president in a TV show, is due to meet Macron at the Elysee palace
Her huddles with Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin and President Emmanuel Macron in Paris come on the eve of another tension-packed summit in Brussels
The commission of 8 researchers and historians 'will be tasked with consulting all France's archives relating to the genocide... in order to analyze the role and engagement of France during that period,' the presidency says in a statement
Speaking during a visit to Paris by Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, French President Emmanuel Macron says, 'Our priority must be the proper functioning of the European Union and the single market'
French President Emmanuel Macron, Germany's Angela Merkel, and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker meet with the visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping in Paris
(UPDATED) 'Of course there are differences and competition, but it's positive competition,' Xi Jinping tells a press conference in Paris with the leaders of France, Germany, and the European Commission
'But the threat remains and the fight against terrorist groups must continue,' French President Emmanuel Macron says
The government deploys soldiers from its Sentinelle anti-terror force to guard public buildings
Earth is already experiencing fallout from its fossil fuel addiction, with climate change driving more frequent droughts, floods and superstorms fuelled by warmer, rising seas
If Emmanuel Macron accepts, he will become only the second French president to visit the country since the genocide, which still poisons relations between the two nations
French President Emmanuel Macron says anti-Semitic insults Alain Finkielkraut has been subjected are the 'absolute negation of what makes France a 'great nation'
The latest spat has erupted after Italy's deputy prime minister and Five Star chief Luigi Di Maio said he had met with 'yellow vest' anti-government protesters outside Paris
A newspaper reported that the French will be asked whether they wanted to reduce the number of national lawmakers
France's Nathalie Loiseau says the government will not wage a war of words or otherwise seek to retaliate against Rome, but working meetings and visits between the two countries are largely out of the question for now
Many yellow vests have announced plans to boycott the discussions scheduled in dozens of towns and villages
Officials have warned they expect this weekend's anti-government demonstrations to be bigger and more violent than a week ago, as a movement which had shown signs of fatigue appeared to gain new momentum.
Authorities says protesters briefly entered the courtyard where they smashed up two cars, broke some windows then escaped
This is the 8th Saturday of protests called by the grassroots movement
While most French support the change, workers may feel 'poorer' as taxes are now to be deducted directly from salaries each month
As French president Emmanuel Macron speaks, demonstrators clad in high-visibility yellow vests again gather in Paris and other big cities to demand more measures in favor of the working poor and a greater say for ordinary people in the running of the country
The French capital will be on high alert after repeated clashes over the last month between security forces and the protesters
French President Emmanuel Macron's office and Alexandre Benalla clash this week over accusations Benalla may have used diplomatic passports after he was dismissed in August, which the foreign ministry says would be a crime
Despite failed attempts, some demonstrators may try to storm back into the medieval fort of Bregancon which serves as Macron's vacation retreat
'It needs harmony, unity, sincere commitment to strong collective causes and we must heal the divisions,' French President Emmanuel Macron says
There are 10 deaths related to the protests since they began on November 17
'2019 will be a pivotal year with major challenges,' says Jonathan Faull, a former senior administrator at the European Commission
Around 66,000 people turn out again on Saturday across France for a fifth round of protests which sprung up over fuel tax hikes last month before snowballing into broader opposition to Macron – half the number of the previous weekend
Veteran sociologist Herve Le Bras says protests underline the depth of dislike for French President Emmanuel Macron's personality and style of governing, which critics see as arrogant and too distant
Two polls published in the wake of President Macron's concessions suggest that France was now split broadly 50-50 on whether the protests should continue
Movement figureheads call on the people to continue the protests to pressure President Emmanuel Macron into making further tax and wage concessions
In a 15-minute televised speech, embattled French President Emmanuel Macron tells the nation, 'I accept my share of responsibility' for the crisis
More than 670 protesters are detained in the capital, many of them stopped as they arrived at train stations or meeting points carrying hammers, petanque balls and other potential missiles
Who exactly makes up the 'yellow vest' movement, and will the government be able to quell their anger after a month of increasingly fiery protests?
(UPDATED) Shouts of 'Macron, resign' mingles with the tear gas near the famous Champs-Elysees Avenue
France's interior minister Christophe Castaner vows 'zero tolerance' towards yellow vest protesters who aim to wreak further destruction in the city