France’s Macron Hunts For Way To Salvage A Ruling Majority

PARIS, France – President Emmanuel Macon on Monday was faced with trying to salvage a ruling majority and with it his economic reform agenda after voters punished his centrist ‘Ensemble’ alliance in France’s parliamentary election. While Ensemble secured the largest number of lawmakers in the 577 – seat National Assembly, it fell comfortably short of … More France’s Macron Hunts For Way To Salvage A Ruling Majority

IAEA Warns Of ‘Fatal Blow’ Tp Nuclear Deal As Iran Removes Its Camera

PARIS, France – Iran on Thursday dealt a near – fatal blow to chances of reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal as it began removing essentially all the International Atomic Energy Agency monitoring equipment installed under the deal, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said. Iran has warned of retaliation if IAE’s 35 – nation Board of … More IAEA Warns Of ‘Fatal Blow’ Tp Nuclear Deal As Iran Removes Its Camera

Swiss Lower House Backs Power To Independently Impose Sanctions

ZURICH – Switzerland’s lower house on Thursday backed legal changes that will allow the usually country to impose sanctions independently of other nations or international group on people or entities that have violated international humanitarian law. The lower chamber of Switzerland’s parliament voted in favour of change to the so – called embargo law in … More Swiss Lower House Backs Power To Independently Impose Sanctions

France To Sign U.S. – Led Moon Exploration Agreement – Sources

PARIS, France – France is set to sign a U.S. – led multilateral agreement aiming to govern how countries behave in space and on the moon, according to two people familiar with the plans. France’s signing of the pact, called the Artemis Accords, will mark one of the most significant endorsements yet of Washington’s effort … More France To Sign U.S. – Led Moon Exploration Agreement – Sources

French Opened Crowd Provides Unmatched Atmosphere

PARIS, France – The roar that greeted Alize Cornet’s second – round victory against Jelena Ostapenko at the French Open on Thursday was so deafening that the Latvian former Roland Garros champion literally had to cover her ears after being overwhelmed by the support her French opponent received on court Philippe Chatrier. The Roland Garros … More French Opened Crowd Provides Unmatched Atmosphere

U.S. Senate Confirms Caroline Kennedy To Be Ambassador To Australia

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed Caroline Kennedy, a former ambassador to Japan and daughter of the late President John F. Kennedy, as the U.S. ambassador to Australia, an important ally to the United States. Kennedy, 64, is an author and attorney. Her father was the 35th president of the United States, who … More U.S. Senate Confirms Caroline Kennedy To Be Ambassador To Australia

U.K. Donates Armoured Vehicles To Help Ukraine Evacuation Effort

PARIS, France – Britain will donate 13 armoured vehicles to help evacuate civilians from besieged areas in the east of Ukraine, the government said on Tuesday. ‘This latest donation of armoured vehicles will help protect innocent Ukrainians attempting to flee Russian shelling and support Ukrainian officials carrying out vital work’, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said … More U.K. Donates Armoured Vehicles To Help Ukraine Evacuation Effort

May Day Marchers In France Put Pressure On Re- Elected Macron

PARIS, France – Thousands of people joined May Day protests across France on Sunday to demand social justice and salary increases and to push newly re- elected President Emmanuel Macron to drop his plan to raise the retirement age. Most rallies were peaceful but in Paris police intervened after black – clad ‘Black Bloc’ anarchists … More May Day Marchers In France Put Pressure On Re- Elected Macron

French Police To Investigate Vandalism Behind Internet Outage

PARIS, France – The Paris prosecutor’s office said it has opened a probe into the causes of a major internet outage which affected France’s telecommunications network on Wednesday following reports of coordinated acts of vandalism. The French Telecoms Federation said attacks of vandalism had impacted telecoms network in several regions, including the Ile – de … More French Police To Investigate Vandalism Behind Internet Outage