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Air France pilots suspended for fighting each other in cockpit

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Two Air France pilots have been suspended from duty after an argument in the cockpit turned into a fight during a passenger-carrying flight from Paris to Geneva, according to media reports.

Paul Pogba says he is victim of extortion and threats from gang

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Footballer Paul Pogba, who plays in the French national team and who rejoined Juventus from Manchester United this summer, said he has been threatened by a gang demanding 13 million euros in an extortion attempt involving his brother Mathias Pogba.

Macron warns of 'serious problems' over jibe by UK's would-be PM

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Reacting to comments by Liz Truss, the favourite in the two-horse race to become the UK's next prime minister, who when asked at a public debate if Emmanuel Macron was a "friend or foe" replied that "the jury is still out", said that if France and Britain "aren't able to say if we're friends or foes - the term isn't neutral - we're heading towards serious problems".

British conman hunted after 'running over French police officers'

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Convicted British conman Robert Hendy-Freegard, 51, whose criminal past is the subject of a Netflix series, is being hunted by French police after he reportedly drove his car at two gendarmes, injuring both, as he fled his property in central France.

Macron arrives in Algeria in bid to 'rebuild' relationship

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French President Emmanuel Macron began a three-day visit to Algeria on Thursday, which his office said was to 'lay a foundation to rebuild and develop' the often frought relations between the two countries, while analysts say that Macron will press for an increase in Algerian gas exports.

Macron warns of difficult winter ahead and 'end of abundance'

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French President Emmanuel Macron, citing notably the effects of climate change and the war in Ukraine, warned of difficult times ahead this winter and announced the end of an 'era of abundance', causing angry comments from among his opponents who retorted that many in France are jobless and poor. 

French MEPs call for action over UK raw sewage spills into Channel

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Three French Members of the European Parliament, all from President Macron's party, have published a joint letter to the European Commission calling for action over recent incidents in Britain of raw sewage spills into the Channel and North Sea which they said 'seriously' endangers public health and the marine environment in France.

France bans adverts for fossil fuels

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A French law banning advertising for the sale of fossil fuels, one of several measures in legislation to combat climate change, came into effect this week, with a temporary exemption on publicity for natural gas.

Migrant crossings of Channel reach new daily record

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A total of 1,295 migrants in 27 small boats crossed the Channel from France to England on Monday according to the UK defence ministry, marking the highest number ever recorded in a single day, while the more than 22,500 people who have made the perilous crossing so far this year is almost double the numbers recorded over the same period in 2021. 

Macron to return to Algeria in bid to reset ties

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French head of state will visit Algeria from Thursday, August 25th, to Saturday, the Élysée Palace said in a statement.

France's Macron assails Putin's 'brutal attack' on Ukraine

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French president accused the Russian leader of launching a “brutal attack” on Ukraine in an imperialist, revanchist violation of national borders.

France's deadly 'urban rodeo' bikers prompt crackdown

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Interior minister Gérald Darmanin says 2,200 arrests have been made this year and has promised that every police station will carry out at least three "anti-rodeo" operations every day.

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Le premier article de notre série d’été « Cinq leçons à tirer de la pandémie » a suscité un riche et vif débat parmi nos lecteurs et sur les réseaux sociaux. Nous apportons ici quelques précisions et réponses.

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Pour s’évader au calme, au bord de l’eau ou à l’heure d’une sieste à l’ombre, Mediapart vous propose tout l’été un grand bol d’air frais pour rester conscientisé à l’heure de l’apéro. On y décryptera la Russie, on dépliera la crise climatique, on déploiera l’histoire politique, celle du Parti des travailleurs brésilien ou des idées de gauche oubliées, mais aussi celle des films de zombies.

Dimanche 19 juin, 19h30 : le second tour des législatives en direct sur Mediapart

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Majorité absolue ou pas pour Emmanuel Macron ? Quels rapports de force à l’Assemblée nationale ? Quel nouveau paysage politique ? Dimanche 19 juin, Mediapart fait sa soirée électorale pour le second tour des élections législatives.

Dimanche 12 juin, 19h30 : le 1er tour des législatives en direct sur Mediapart

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Quelle dynamique pour la gauche unie ? Emmanuel Macron est-il sur la voie d'une majorité absolue à l'Assemblée nationale ? L'extrême droite aura-t-elle de nombreux députés ? Dès 19h30, dimanche 12 juin, Mediapart se mobilise pour le premier tour des élections législatives.