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Emmanuel Macron in row with Israel security in Jerusalem
President reprimands officer for trying to enter French-owned church Emmanuel Macron reprimanded an Israeli security officer who apparently attempted to enter a French-owned church during a tour of
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France's Macron Slams Antisemitism on Jerusalem Visit
French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday rallied against antisemitism, saying it "haunts our present time", during a visit to Jerusalem to commemorate Holocaust victims.
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Trump Takes Suddenly Sunny View on European Trade From Davos
President Donald Trump came to Davos espousing his economic and trade policies as models for the world, sending some warm and some mixed messages to European nations that have endured his tariff
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Trump: After Devastating Fire, Great Bells of Notre Dame Will Ring Again, 'Giving Glory to God'
Donald Trump has expressed faith in Notre Dame, stating its completion would give "glory to God" and fill millions of people with wonder.
A Rogue French Labor Union Just Shut Off the Power in Paris
France's massive transport strike is mostly over, but some members of a Paris union are not going quietly.
La protesta flaquea en Francia sin haber frenado la reforma de las pensiones
París regresa a la normalidad tras un mes y medio de huelga y manifestaciones contra el plan de Macron
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Iran Flip-Flops on Nuclear Deal: 'Tehran Still Remains in the Deal'
The Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Monday that claims of nuclear deal violations by European participants in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) are groundless and Tehran still respects
Macron, Trump May Have Tariff Truce in 2020 Digital Tax Fight
Presidents Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump agreed to a truce in their dispute over digital taxes that will mean neither France nor the U.S. will impose punitive tariffs this year, a French diplomat
Guaido Meets Pompeo in Renewed Push to Oust Venezuela’s Maduro
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido met with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Bogota and will later head to the World Economic Forum in Davos, as he rallies international backing for his
EU Agonizes Over Troop Deployment With Libyan Oil Flows Blocked
Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, arrives for a Bloomberg Television interview ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. World
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What Do World Powers Really Want in Libya?
After failure in Moscow, peace talks now move to Berlin. Here’s a look at who’s coming and why.
Police fire teargas as gilets jaunes protests return to Paris
Clashes come on 45th day of strike with 59 arrests and claims police beat protesterFrench police fired teargas under a rain of projectiles, used stun grenades and arrested dozens of people on Saturday
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German Tech Needs Politicians to Step Up, GetYourGuide COO Says
A lack of political will and understanding is hindering German sovereign wealth and pension funds from investing in the country’s startup and tech scene, the co-founder of GetYourGuide said.
Libyan Oil Exports Blocked Ahead of Berlin Peace Conference
Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar blocked oil exports at ports under his control, slashing output by more than half and posing a potential setback for an international conference on Sunday that aims to
Protests Close Louvre Museum in Paris on 44th Day of Pension Strikes
Dozens of protesters blocked the entrance to the Louvre museum and forced the famous Paris landmark to close Friday while they denounced the French government’s plans to overhaul the pension system.
Marine Le Pen to Run in 2022 French Presidential Election: Report
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen plans to make a third bid to become president in the 2022 election, Le Figaro newspaper reported on Thursday.
Trump Uses Trade Wins as Shelter From Impeachment Storm
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The European Union Is Going to Miss the U.K. When It’s Gone
British officials played an important role—never highlighted at home—in helping the alliance function.