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Australia needs an ICAC, but also mandatory gaol sentences

Without severe penalties, political corruption in Australia will continue to flourish, writes Alan Austin. FRANCE’S highly-decorated former Preside


Maurice Papon and the October 1961 massacre of Paris

Sixty years since the massacre of Algerians in Paris on October 17, 1961

Suspects Face Trial In 1987 Murder Of 'African Che Guevara' Thomas Sankara | News

Suspects Face Trial In 1987 Murder Of ‘African Che Guevara’ Thomas Sankara


The recent violence in the French suburbs is difficult to integrate into the general class combat, 2005

Mouvement Communiste analyze their development and the reasons behind the suburb [1] riots in France in November 2005 and develop their position and critique from their communist perspective.


In France, where Jews and Muslims share a tragic past – The Forward

Sixty years ago, in a scene reminiscent of World War II, Algerian immigrants protesting the "nameless war" were chased, beaten and shot in Paris.


Bill Clinton Leaves Hospital After Five Nights

Gaullists beg French voters to give them another chance as public's head turned by populist side-show

After two successive presidential defeats, polls suggest the country’s mainstream Right may crash out of next April’s race


Bernard-Henri Lévy: 'Cancel culture is churning out imbeciles'

The author known as BHL mulls over cross-Channel relations, the wars worth fighting and how to find hope in a world of misery


COVID-19 -- Who benefits?

In France, the Far Right is Making a Comeback

Many French pundits have speculated that in the event of a runoff, the remaining sides of the political spectrum would unite against the far-right candidate, no matter who his or her opponent is.


Marine Le Pen passes professional 'cat breeding diploma' - but insists it's not backup career

Dubbed 'cat mother,' Ms Le Pen hopes to become the first French president to bring her six cats with her to the Elysée Palace


Is Le Pen France's Goldwater? | Articles

Islamophobia and colonial brutalities will always poison Algerian-French ties

Behind the recent flare-up of tensions between France and Algeria exists a troubled past, in which causes for such tension have been lurking for decades, just awaiting some trigger such as an awkward ...


Months until presidential vote, a far-right surge jolts France

Concerns grow as polls show Eric Zemmour and Marine Le Pen with the backing of nearly a third of French voters.


Anti-British, anti-Brexit Macron has turned France into a hostile state

Ministers are furious at the French president who has brought relations to a multi-generational low


Months until presidential vote, a far-right surge jolts France – Voice Of Vienna

The French pensions strikes, 1995

A short history of the massive strike movement against welfare reform in France in 1995.


Daniel Jouanneau Reveals Protocol Secrets of the Élysée

Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities


Suspects Face Trial In 1987 Murder Of 'African Che Guevara' Thomas Sankara | News

Suspects Face Trial In 1987 Murder Of ‘African Che Guevara’ Thomas Sankara


How Éric Zemmour Is Turning French Politics Upside Down

Éric Zemmour, an anti-immigrant writer and TV commentator, is surging in opinion polls before presidential elections next year — and he is not yet a candidate.


Murder trial of Thomas Sankara to finally begin

Sankara was killed four years after taking power, when commando troops stormed the headquarters of his National Revolutionary Council and shot him dead


Murder trial of African Che Guevara Thomas Sankara to finally begin

The murder trial of Thomas Sankara, Burkina Faso’s iconic “father of the revolution”, is due to open on Monday, 34 years after


Burkina to finally begin murder trial of Thomas Sankara

Fourteen people, including the country’s ex-president, Blaise Compaoré, will stand trial.


Who assassinated Thomas Sankara?

Macron still favourite but faces mounting risks

PARIS, France (AFP) — President Emmanuel Macron remains the favourite to win France...


Macron still favourite but faces mounting risks

PARIS, France (AFP) — President Emmanuel Macron remains the favourite to win France...


'Dragon and Phoenix: Centuries of Exchange between Chinese and Islamic Worlds' exhibition opens to the public

H.E. Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi, inaugurated a href= https://www.louvreabudhabi.a


Macron still favourite in France but faces mounting risks | World

PARIS, Oct 10 — President Emmanuel Macron remains the favourite to win France’s next election but six months before the polls he faces the uncomfortable situation of not knowing the identity of his main challenger. As the countdown begins to the first round on April 10 next year the centrist...


Macron still favourite in France but faces mounting risks

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