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French police shoot dead two people in separate incidents

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A woman aged 22 was killed in Rennes in western France and a a man was shot dead by police in the southern city of Nice.

France's PSG face backlash for mocking eco-friendly travel plea

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Head coach Christophe Galtier and star player Kylian Mbappé had been asked about the French champions' recent jet trip to the western city of Nantes., and Gaultier joked they might now use a 'sand yacht'. 

Macron urges French to save energy

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French president calls for a sharp 10% reduction in the country’s energy use in coming months to avoid risk of rationing and cuts this winter.

Delays of up to six hours for travellers returning to UK from Calais

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In  a repeat of long delays in July for British holidaymakers travelling to France from Dover, apparently triggered by post-Brexit border control checks, travellers returning to the UK from Calais this weekend queued for up to six hours beyond schedule before boarding cross-Channel ferries.

British conman wanted for injuring French police arrested in Belgium

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Robert Hendy-Freegard, 51, a convicted conman who is wanted in France on suspicion of 'attempted murder' after driving at and injuring two French police officers last week, has been arrested in Belgium.

All French nuclear reactors to be back on line by the winter

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In an effort to lessen the energy supply crisis, utilities giant EDF has committed itself to bringing back into service by this coming winter all 32 of its 56 reactors in France that have been shut down for maintenance and repairs, energy transition minister Agnès Pannier-Runacher said on Friday. 

French police 'talking to hackers' who hit hospital IT system: report

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An elite gendarmerie group has entered into contact with hackers who have paralysed the computer systems of a large hospital close to Paris and negotiated a reduction of their ransom demand from 10 million euros to 1 million euros, according to French press reports.

Russian soldier who spoke of Ukraine 'chaos' seeks asylum in France

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Russian paratrooper Pavel Filatiev, 34, who took part in the invasion of Ukraine, last weekend requested asylum in France after fleeing his regiment in face of what he said were threats of years in prison for having denounced the war and the poor state of Russia's military.

Trump 'bragged he had intelligence on Macron's sex life'

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Former US president Donald Trump boasted that he had secret details about French President Emmanuel Macron's love life, according to Rolling Stone magazine, which reports, citing sources, that the existence of a document entitled 'info re: President of France' seized by FBI officers at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate earlier this month caused 'a trans-Atlantic freakout'.

French rugby world cup boss removed over staff abuse claims

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Former rugbyman Claude Atcher has been suspended from his post as head of the 2023 Rugby World Cup organising committee following what sports minister Amélie Oudéa-Castera called 'alarming managerial practices' and 'infringements of financial probity'.

French MP says 'virility' symbol of barbecued meat must end

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Sandrine Rousseau, a Member of Parliament with France's EELV Green party and a self-declared “eco-feminist”, prompted criticism from the Right when, arguing for less meat consumption, she said that the country had 'to change mentality so that eating steak cooked on a barbecue is not a symbol of virility'.

AI helps French tax inspectors hunt undeclared pools and buildings

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The French tax authorities are extending the use of a system developed by Google and Capgemini which can identify swimming pools on aerial images and cross-check them with land registry databases to see if they were officially declared.    

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