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France grants $70m loan to renovate Iran's transport system
The French government has granted a $70-million loan to Iran to renovate the Middle East state's transport system, announced the minister of roads and urban development.
France defends Iran nuclear deal, which Trump calls deeply flawed
France made a new plea on Monday for the United States to preserve the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and suggested its provisions expiring after a decade could be strengthened, as US President Donald Trump again criticized the agreement as “deeply flawed.”
French unions plan 10 days of action to rattle Macron
Labor unions in France have warned President Emmanuel Macron about his plans to proceed with the implementation of economic and labor reforms, promising 10 days of protests to block the measure.
France opens door to strengthen Iran nuclear deal for post-2025
France on Monday gave a staunch defense of the Iran nuclear deal, suggesting there could be talks to strengthen the pact for the post-2025 period but that allowing it to collapse could lead Iran’s neighbors to seek atomic weapons.
Iran edges France to collect first world volleyball medal
Iran narrowed France 3-2 (38-36, 25-23, 22-25, 25-27, 15-11) to finish with a bronze medal in the FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Grand Champions Cup at the Osaka Municipal Central Gymnasium on Sunday.
France and Italy open  to German ECB chief
France and Italy have signaled to Germany that they are open to a German becoming president of the European Central Bank but not if it is Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann, Der Spiegel reported.
French PM shrugs off labor protests, truckers call strike
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has shrugged off nationwide protests against planned reforms to France’s strict labor regulations, saying on Wednesday he was “listening” but would nonetheless press ahead with the bill.
France hit by first Macron-era labor protests
Another wave of labor protests has begun to engulf France in the first such public display of discontent with President Emmanuel Macron’s policies since he came into office in May.
Labor protests hit France in key challenge for Macron
French unions launched a day of strikes and protests Tuesday against Emmanuel Macron's flagship labor reforms, a key test as he stakes his presidency on overhauling the sluggish economy.
Iran nuclear deal to benefit all parties: French official
Fulfillment of Iran nuclear deal commitments by the signatories to the agreement is going to benefit all the parties, former French foreign minister said.
Macron faces first major street protests of his presidency
Emmanuel Macron faces the first major protests of his presidency on Tuesday as one of the country’s biggest trade unions prepares to lead demonstrations against his planned labor reforms. More than 180 protests are planned nationwide.
France must scrap own nuclear arsenal instead of criticizing Pyongyang: North Korea
A senior North Korean official has lashed out at France over its criticism of Pyongyang’s atomic program, urging Paris to scrap its own nuclear arsenal.
Russia, France agree on political resolution of Syria crisis
Russian foreign minister said he and his French counterpart have agreed on the necessity to urge forward political settlement of Syria crisis.
EU sources: France wants right to veto euro clearing in UK after Brexit
France wants European Union regulators to have a veto over how Britain supervises UK-based clearing houses of euro denominated transactions after Brexit, EU sources said.
NIOC signs flaring deal with French Sofregaz
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) signed a €42-million contract with France's Sofregaz on Wednesday for the recovery of flare gas at a refinery in South Pars — the world's largest gas field.

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