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Source: French pizzeria crash driver under influence of medication
The driver who rammed his car into a pizzeria near Paris, killing a girl and injuring 13 people, had consumed large quantities of medication before setting off, a legal source said.
French envoy to US backs Iran-Renault deal
French Ambassador to the United States supported the $780m between Iran and the French carmaker Renault tweeting on Wednesday that thee deal is legal and in line with the Iran-G5+1 nuclear deal.
Wildfires prompt major evacuations near French Riviera
At least 10,000 people, including thousands of holidaymakers, were evacuated overnight after a new wildfire broke out in southern France, which was already battling massive blazes, authorities said Wednesday.
Silk Way Rally: Loeb crashes in stage 9, loses overall lead
French driver Sebastien Loeb has lost the top spot in the Silk Way Rally after suffering a setback during the 9th stage of the rac, presstv.com reported.
French gov't aims spending cut of €4.5b
France was working to generate €4.5 billion ($5.12 billion) in spending cuts in 2017 as it wants to tame the public deficit to three percent of economic output by the end of this year, Gerald Darmanin, minister of action and public accounts said.
Murray to build on record against French players
The second week of the Wimbledon 2017 gets underway today and two of the so-called ‘Big Four’, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal, go into action in the fourth round of the third Grand Slam of the year.
French parliament votes to extend state of emergency
French lawmakers have voted to further prolong the country's state of emergency, despite growing criticism from the United Nations as well as major NGOs. This is expected to be final extension, as the new French government is seeking to make emergency police powers common legal practice. Press TV correspondent Ramin Mazaheri reports from Paris.
Total seeks long-term coop. with Iran
Total plans to boost long-term cooperation with Iran in the fields of gas, oil and petrochemicals, the French energy giant CEO Patrick Pouyanne said in a meeting with Pres. Rouhani in Tehran on Monday.
French Q1 growth figures upgraded
France’s economy expanded by even more than previously thought in the first three months of this year, with a second upgrade to estimates in under a month underscoring the strength of the eurozone’s recent recovery.
French government outlines tough anti-terror law
The government of French President Emmanuel Macron has proposed the outlines of a controversial anti-terrorism law that would end the state of emergency in France but incorporate several of the tough measures under the emergency into permanent law.
French defense minister quits over fake jobs claims
French Defense Minister Sylvie Goulard announced her resignation on Tuesday over a fake jobs scandal that has hit her small centrist MoDem party, which has allied itself with President Emmanuel Macron's party.
French heading to polls to elect parliament members
People in France are heading to the polls to cast their ballots in the first round of parliamentary elections, with new President Emmanuel Macron projected to win a strong majority to implement pledged reforms.
French industrial production unexpectedly drops
France’s industrial sector unexpectedly contracted in April, after a particularly severe drop in manufacturing output, highlighting the challenges still facing new president Emmanuel Macron despite the recent economic pickup across the eurozone.
German, French finance ministers vow to strengthen eurozone
Germany and France, two leading economic powers in the European Union, have vowed to double their efforts to strengthen the eurozone.
Sharapova resolute after wildcard denial
Maria Sharapova’s reaction to learning on Tuesday night that she has no chance of playing in the French Open, was to say: “If this is what it takes to rise up again, then I am in it all the way.”

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