Opposition slams Macron's proposed reforms pred 3 urami in 3 minutami
The day after President Macron delivered his long-awaited address to appease France's disgruntled classes, opposition parties claim a lot is left to be desired. The environment was a key divisive issue.
Does France have a problem with its president or its presidency? pred 1 dnevom in 51 minutami
French President Emmanuel Macron is set to unveil proposals on Thursday evening to address the issues raised by Yellow Vest protestswhich have lasted five months. He will have to address protestors’ calls for more representation in government. One analyst sees this as a necessary move forward for France.
Inquiry launched into leaked classified 'French weaponry in Yemen' note pred 1 dnevom, 1 uro in 6 minutami
French authorities have opened an investigation into the leaking of a classified military note which reveals French weapons are being used by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in Yemen, sources have told AFP. Three journalists are to be questioned for "compromise of national defence secrecy".
French cinema mourns its last 'Grand Duc': Jean-Pierre Marielle pred 1 dnevom, 2 urama in 16 minutami
Jean-Pierre Marielle, one of France’s best loved actors, died on Wednesday, aged 87, after a long illness. He starred in more than 100 comedies and dramas, and was the last of the "Grand Ducs" - the film by Patrice Leconte in which he starred alongside Philippe Noiret and Jean Rochefort.
Is it the end of the road France's ENA elite training school? pred 1 dnevom, 5 urami in 16 minutami
Both admired and loathed as the training ground for France's political leaders, the Ecole Nationale d'Administration will learn Thursday whether it is to be scrapped by President Emmanuel Macron for being a symbol of out-dated elitism.
Were human organs stolen in 20-year conflict between Beijing and Falun Gong? pred 1 dnevom, 5 urami in 48 minutami
Twenty years ago today, Falun Gong, a meditation movement, organised a major demonstration in the Chinese capital. More than 10,000 adherents surrounded the centre of government in Beijing. The protest lead to persecution and an on-going propaganda war involving claims of human organ harvesting.