Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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France to hold presidential elections in April 2022

French government sources said that it is likely that the first round of the French presidential elections will be held on the tenth of April 2022, while the second round will take place on the 24th of the same...

Protests in France against an environmental bill

Thousands of people took to the streets in the French capital, Paris, to protest against a new bill discussed by the government in Parliament, aimed at preserving the environment and curbing climate change. Environmentalists oppose the adoption of this law...

Macron pledges to restore Notre Dame by 2024

French President Emmanuel Macron promised to complete the renovation of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, which was destroyed by fire, and that the restoration work will be completed in 2024. Macron said: "We will hold out and rebuild...

France may end emergency health measures on July 10

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe’s office said today, Wednesday, that the government is examining the possibility of lifting the emergency health measures imposed to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic on July 10. He added that the proposed July 10th date...

ANSM warns, dangerous effects of using chloroquine to treat Coronavirus

Negative reactions have increased, over recent weeks, serious side effects related to the treatment tested for the emerging coronavirus "COVID-19", reaching more than 300 cases, the French Medicines Agency (ANSM) announced, which particularly emphasizes A “wake-up signal” for hydroxychloroquine. According...

100-year old British passport will return to use after Brexit

The 27 member states backed the withdrawal agreement reached in October after more than three years of difficult negotiations and the British passport is one of the things that will affect changing the stage after Britain leaves the European...

French authorities fire 16 intelligence personnel on suspicion of extremism

A report of the French authorities said that since 2014, 16 French intelligence officials have been fired for accusing them of belonging to and promoting extremist organizations, and according to French government, there is a high possibility of these...

UNWTO: Global tourism rate fell 4 percent, slowest since 2016

UNWTO report said that the international tourism rates fell four percent last year, the slowest growth since 2016, according to the World Tourism Organization. The agency under the United Nations (UN), known as the UNWTO, said this was due to...

Malaysia ships back 150 containers of plastic waste to the exporting countries

Malaysia has shipped 150 containers of plastic waste estimated at 3,737 tonnes, to its exporting country since the third quarter last year. Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change, Yeo Bee Yin, said the repatriation of containers mostly...

France expresses solidarity with Britain,demands Tehran to abide international laws

France expressed its full solidarity with the United Kingdom, after the arrest of the British ambassador in Iran, and requested the Iranian authorities to abide by all its obligations stipulated in international law, the French Foreign Ministry said through...
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I wish Pence had the courage to reject the election result: Donald Trump

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