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Lofty ambitions blamed for France's missed emission targets Lofty ambitions blamed for France's missed emission targets
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The head of France's new climate council Corinne Le Quéré insists the government needs to "step up" its fight against climate change after revealing that Paris is way off its emission targets. The stark warning comes as President Emmanuel Macron visited Japan on Wednesday, and urged his partners not to cross the "red line" on climate change.  (RFI)
Egypt and Nigeria advance to Africa Cup of Nations knockout stages Egypt and Nigeria advance to Africa Cup of Nations knockout stages
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Egypt and Nigeria advanced to the last 16 at the Africa Cup of Nations on Wednesday night following wins over Guinea and Democratic Republic of Congo respectively.  (RFI)
Eye on France: How religiously radical are French public servants? Eye on France: How religiously radical are French public servants?
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Centrist Le Monde and right-wing Le Figaro both devote prime space today to a report prepared for the National Assembly on how the French public services are dealing with the threat of the Islamic radicalisation of their staff.  (RFI)
Saudi Arabia “completely rejects” UN Khashoggi killing report Saudi Arabia “completely rejects” UN Khashoggi killing report
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On Wednesday the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights published an Investigation into what the watchdog calls the “the unlawful death of Mr Jamal Khashoggi.” Saudi Arabia has dismissed the highly critical report.  (RFI)
Cigarette, electric fault among possible causes of Notre-Dame fire Cigarette, electric fault among possible causes of Notre-Dame fire
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A badly stubbed-out cigarette or an electrical fault could have started the devastating fire that ripped through Notre-Dame cathedral in April, Paris prosecutors said on Wednesday, ruling out any criminal intent.  (RFI)
Paris streets, squares named in honour of LGBT+ figures Paris streets, squares named in honour of LGBT+ figures
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Fifty years after New York City’s Stonewall riots laid the foundation for modern gay rights, Paris is carrying on that legacy by naming an array of streets and squares after historically important LGBT+ figures.  (RFI)
Senegal to Paris suburbs and dressing PSG stars, Correa has done it all
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Designer and entrepreneur Dwen Correa was struggling to make a living when he got a call from a Paris Saint-Germain executive in 2015 asking if he would design a collection for the club. Now he is sought after by football stars in France and beyond.  (RFI)
Focus on Africa: Zimbabwe puts trust in old dollar Focus on Africa: Zimbabwe puts trust in old dollar
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Zimbabwe declares an end to the multi-currency regime and restricts domestic transaction in its renamed Zimbabwe dollar, in an effort to enhance the affordability of goods and services by the majority.  (RFI)
French consumer group sues Google for data privacy breach French consumer group sues Google for data privacy breach
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A French consumer group said Wednesday it is suing tech company Google for illegally farming personal data in breach of EU data privacy laws.  (RFI)
Paris curbs traffic as pollution peaks and temperatures soar Paris curbs traffic as pollution peaks and temperatures soar
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Paris banned the most polluting cars from the French capital and surrounding areas on Wednesday after warnings from the government’s air quality information service that pollution could peak. The traffic ban will also be rolled out to Lyon and Marseille. The smog comes as France, as much of Europe, battles a blazing heatwave.  (RFI)