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Talks on Paris climate deal underway in Bonn amid US threat to withdraw
Climate negotiators have gathered in the German city of Bonn to draft an executive guide for the landmark Paris Climate Agreement, which is hailed by many as the framework for action against global warming.
Flights resume at Paris airport after attempted attack
Flights have resumed at Paris’ Orly Airport one day after a man was shot and killed while attempting to stage a shooting attack.
Trump’s proposal to alter Paris pact shows he’s ‘master manipulator’
US President Donald Trump’s proposal to amend the Paris climate change agreement in order to promote the coal industry reaffirms that he is “a master manipulator,” according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
French police gun down man who seized soldier’s weapon at Paris airport
A man has been shot dead at an airport in the French capital of Paris after grabbing a soldier’s gun at the site.
Several Paris-style terror attacks thwarted: UK security services
Several terrorist plots on the scale of those carried out in Paris and Brussels have been foiled in Britain in the past four years, according to the UK’s most senior counter-terrorism officer.
Pro- and anti-Fillon rallies held in Paris amid ‘fake jobs’ scandal
France's presidential campaign could be at a potential turning point as opponents and supporters of conservative candidate François Fillon, who faces corruption charges over a "fake jobs" scandal, staged separate Sunday rallies in Paris.
New chapter in Tehran-Paris ties: Envoy
Iran’s Ambassador to France Ali Ahani says that Tehran-Paris relations have entered a new chapter.
Paris police stealing homeless refugees’ blankets in freezing conditions: Report
French police are stealing blankets and sleeping bags from refugees who are forced to sleep in freezing conditions in Paris, says a report.
RICHT: 80% of artifacts in Arab World Museum in Paris belong to Iran
Eighty percent of the objects in the Arab World Museum in Paris belong to Iran, head of the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tourism (RICHT) said.
Police detain 26 protesters in Paris suburb clashes
French police said Tuesday they detained 26 protesters overnight during an eruption of violence against police in the Paris suburbs in which a police car was torched.
Paris suburbs burn in protests after police rape
Clashes have erupted between protesters and police in a suburban Paris neighborhood as hundreds rallied to protest police brutality after a black youth was allegedly sodomized with a baton after his arrest.
Machete attacker shot at Louvre museum in Paris
A French soldier patrolling at the Louvre museum in Paris shot and seriously injured a machete-wielding man on Friday as he attacked security forces, police said.
Paris tries something different in fight against smog
Last week, Paris suffered its fourth smog of the winter and tried a new idea to protect its residents from the worst effects. Like many European cities, the Paris region has a well-established system of emergency actions that escalate if smog persists. Initial steps include health warnings, reduced speed limits and restrictions on lorries in the city center. Final steps include cheaper public (€3.80 for a day pass), and bans on half of cars, using an odd/even number plate system, The Guardian wrote.
Paris firefighters condole Iranian counterparts
Deputy Commander of Paris Firefighters, General Jean Claude Gaulle, attended Iran’s Embassy to the capital to sign memorial book for the Iranian firefighters, martyred in Pasco fire and collapse
Tens of thousands protest against abortion in Paris
People in the French capital Paris have taken to the streets in their tens of thousands to protest against abortion and imminent restrictions on pro-life activities.

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