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  1. Nationwide strike continues in France against pensions reform plans

    French unions turn the screws on Macron in pension reform battle

    France's trade unions called for mass protests and strikes over pension reform that have brought much of the country to a halt to carry on next ...
  2. A protester holds a portrait of French President Emmanuel Macron painted as a royalty with a sign on

    French government sticks by pension reform as strike bites

    France was on Friday preparing for a second day of travel cancellations and school closures as unions warned there would be no let-up in the ...
  3. At just 19, Australian Bianca Scudamore  is a rising star at the Paris Opera Ballet

    Paris ballet's foreign legion reaches for the stars

    Watching YouTube as a child in Australia, the idea of one day joining the ranks of the hallowed Paris Opera Ballet seemed nothing short of an ...
  4. A small spark can ignite a protest, such as metro ticket increase

    From Algeria to Hong Kong, a year of anti-establishment rage

    Angry citizens have swelled the streets of cities across the globe this year, pushing back against a disparate range of policies but often ...
  5. French strike

    Hundreds of thousands march as France paralysed by strike

  6. FILE PHOTO: Women's World Cup - Group D - Japan v England

    Club game key to development of Asian women's football: Kumagai

    Asian Player of the Year Saki Kumagai says the development of club football is crucial to the continued improvement of the women's game on the ...
  7. French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras

    Force-feeding off menu as France trials 'naturally fatty' foie gras

    In a barn in southwest France, farmer Valerie Fosserie squirts serum into a gosling's mouth as a prelude to what she says is production of the ...
  8. French police officers are seen on the Jewish cemetery where graves were desecrated with swastikas

    France to open anti-hate crime bureau after Jewish cemetery desecrated

    France is to open a national bureau to lead the fight against hate crimes after 107 graves were desecrated at a Jewish cemetery in the northeast ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: Orange logo is seen during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

    Modest Orange dividend overshadows European mobile mast plans

    Orange said it planned to carve out its mobile towers in most European countries to shore up the group's value, but the move was overshadowed by ...
  10. NATO Alliance summit in Watford

    Britain's Johnson backs digital tax despite Trump's ire

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would press ahead with new taxes on U.S internet giants like Facebook and Google, putting him at odds ...