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Macron says French fisherman accept situation will change after Brexit

16 Oct 2020

PARIS French fishermen know they won't get the same access to British fishing waters after Brexit, President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday, a sign of a softening stance on one of the main issues blocking an EU-Britain trade deal.

Macron says French fisherman accept situation will change after Brexit

16 Oct 2020

PARIS French fishermen know they won't get the same access to British fishing waters after Brexit, President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday, a sign of a softening stance on one of the main issues blocking an EU-Britain trade deal.

Head of EU Parliament fisheries committee takes tough line on Brexit deal

07 Oct 2020

BRUSSELS/PARIS A French EU lawmaker who chairs the European Parliament's fisheries committee told Reuters there could be no annual quota negotiation in a trade deal with Britain, sticking to a tough line from Paris that could make a Brexit deal more difficult.

Head of EU Parliament fisheries committee takes tough line on Brexit deal

07 Oct 2020

BRUSSELS/PARIS, Oct 7 A French EU lawmaker who chairs the European Parliament's fisheries committee told Reuters there could be no annual quota negotiation in a trade deal with Britain, sticking to a tough line from Paris that could make a Brexit deal more difficult.

Macron launches crackdown on 'Islamist separatism' in Muslim communities

02 Oct 2020

PARIS French President Emmanuel Macron pledged on Friday to fight "Islamist separatism", which he said was threatening to take control in some Muslim communities around France.

France accuses Turkey of sending Syrian jihadists to Nagorno-Karabakh

01 Oct 2020

PARIS French President Emmanuel Macron accused Turkey on Thursday of sending Syrian jihadists to fight in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, a move that he said changed the situation.

France accuses Turkey of sending Syrian jihadists to Nagorno-Karabakh

01 Oct 2020

PARIS French President Emmanuel Macron accused Turkey on Thursday of sending Syrian jihadists to fight in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, a move that he said changed the situation.

France tightens virus measures, unveils new 'danger zones' map

23 Sep 2020

PARIS France's health minister unveiled a map of coronavirus "danger zones" around the country on Wednesday and gave the hardest-hit local authorities, including that of Marseille, days to tighten restrictions or risk having a state of health emergency declared there.

French presidential palace requested LVMH letter: sources

22 Sep 2020

PARIS France's presidential palace asked the country's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian to write to LVMH advising the luxury goods company to defer its purchase of U.S. jeweller Tiffany, two sources familiar with the letter's origins told Reuters.

'Not yet too late': France says Lebanon must act to deliver new cabinet

16 Sep 2020

BEIRUT/PARIS France said on Wednesday it was not too late for Lebanon's politicians to form a government to save the nation from a crippling economic crisis, after they missed a deadline this week to create a cabinet.

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