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'France Will Always Be France': Hollande Fires Back at Trump
Wall Street Journal
PARIS?French President François Hollande on Thursday countered Donald Trump's contention that ?France is no longer France? after the terrorist attacks in Nice and Normandy this month. ?France will always be France,? Mr. Hollande said in a speech in ...
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Johnson hails France in Paris (while speaking French)
"We wish to be as close as possible to our allies, most particularly France, throughout the forthcoming years. We have already started to develop a close and co-operative relationship and I hope it may continue while we face many challenges ahead ...
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France church attack: Killers 'pledged allegiance to IS' in video
The so-called Islamic State (IS) has released a video it says shows two men who murdered a priest in France, pledging allegiance to the group. The two men are filmed speaking in Arabic and referring to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. One holds a piece ...
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France church attack: Second Normandy priest killer named
The second attacker who cut the throat of a village priest in an attack claimed by Islamic State of Iraq and Levant named on Wednesday as Abdel Malik P., a 19-year-old from Savoie, south-eastern France. A source close to the police investigation told ...
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