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Referring to the speech, the left leader Jean-Luc Melenchon said: "We are convoked to admire the splendor of Macron the First." Full Story

The European Parliament is demanding seven million euros in assistant subsidies it believes was fraudulently paid by Le Pen and other National Rally lawmakers, including her father and party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen. Full Story

Like other cities across France, Nantes has several poor neighborhoods with large immigrant communities where youths often accuse police of heavy-handed tactics and racial profiling.
French rights group Sherpa, one of the plaintiffs in the case, said it was the first time that a company anywhere in the world had been charged with complicity in crimes against humanity.
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France is home to an estimated 5.7 million Muslims or almost 9 percent of the population, according to a report by US-based think-tank the Pew Research Centre at the end of last year.
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Banksy targeted France's anti-migrant policy, with nearly 40 makeshift camps razed in Paris in the last three years since President Emmanuel Macron took office, toughening even further the policies of his predecessors.
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Lloris said after winning his 100th cap: "It's very satisfying because we've reached our objective.
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Technology was never going to rid football of controversy and Australia coach Bert van Marwijk was not alone in thinking that it was not a foul.
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Successive Italian governments have accused their European partners of leaving the country to cope on its own with an influx of 700,000 migrants from Africa since 2013.
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