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French far right leader makes demands of Macron

Far-right party leader Marine Le Pen said after Sunday night's voting that ``at a minimum'' Macron must dissolve the French parliament and put in place a voting system more favorable to her party at home.

Paris: Yellow vest anger mixes with Notre Dame mourning

Security was extra-high in Paris as authorities braced for resurgent yellow vest anger, and Paris police said some 70 people were detained by mid-morning. Multiple protest events are being held around Paris and other cities Saturday for the 23rd weekend of the yellow vest movement.


Theresa May to ask Merkel and Macron for Brexit delay

May needs Labour votes in parliament to get a deal approved. But Labour's demands include keeping Britain in a customs union with the EU, something which is hard to reconcile with May's desire for Britain to have an independent trade policy.

EU leaders discuss Brexit, euro zone integration after migration deal

"We are supporting Britain and supporting Europe. We don't want one or another side to win. We would like both sides to win," said Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite.

Emmanuel Macron’s cakewalk

French president had a bromance with Trump, then attacked everything the US president stands for

Trump-Macron meeting next week: Iran deal, Syria situation on agenda

During the visit, the two presidents are expected to discuss the landmark 2015 nuclear deal signed by the US and other world powers and Iran, the official said.


French beef producers cheer chance for return to China

The ban was imposed over a decade ago as Beijing started closing off its markets to all European and later US beef imports in the wake of the "mad cow" disease scare.

French President Macron 'worried' about Iran, asks Rouhani for 'restraint'

Twenty-one people have died and hundreds have been arrested in nearly a week of protests in Iran.

Emmanuel Macron's Europe reforms in focus in German coalition talks: top SPD member

Gabriel said Macron's proposals to reform the European Union would be "very important" in the coalition talks, which are due to begin on Jan. 7 after Merkel failed to reach agreement with two smaller parties.

VIDEO: France 'first dog' interrupts President Macron meeting by peeing on fireplace

During a meeting, out of the blue, the meeting was interrupted when French President Macron's dog Nemo casually started peeing on the ornate fireplace at the Élysée Palace. The act was caught on camera by a local TV crew who were there to record the discussion.