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  • Kabila says Congo won't bow to foreign 'injunctions'

    The president of Democratic Republic of Congo told foreign nations on Monday to respect his country's sovereignty after several urged him to comply with the constitution and not to run for re-election. Though Joseph Kabila has yet to publicly declare his...
  • Paris, Berlin urge Poroshenko to press ahead with reforms

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande urged Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko on Sunday to press ahead with reforms to facilitate an economic recovery and access to foreign aid. Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said...
  • French voters like Merkel, back German reform example: poll

    A majority of French voters view Germany's Angela Merkel positively and want their government to emulate her reforms, according to a poll published on Sunday, revealing a sharp contrast to President Francois Hollande's own dismal ratings. Some 72 percent...
  • The Millenaire mall: coping in low-growth France

    In the middle of 2008, construction began on France's biggest mall project in a decade. Weeks later the U.S. credit and housing crisis slammed into Europe, and "Le Millenaire"'s promoters braced for a big hit to their hopes. Reality was even harsher.   ...
  • Bundesbank chief critical of EU stance on French budget: report

    Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann said the European Commission's decision to give France longer to prove it is serious about economic reform and fixing its excessive public deficit risks damaging the credibility of the bloc's budget rules. "I would have...
  • French core inflation turns negative, points to deflation risk

    French core inflation turned negative in November, with the first drop in the indicator since records started in 1990 pointing to a growing risk of deflation in the euro zone's second-largest economy. That risk has become a major headache for France...
  • France revises 2016, 2017 deficit targets after 2015 savings

    The French government revised its public deficit targets for 2016 and 2017 slightly down on Thursday following extra savings announced for 2015 to respond to EU requests for more efforts. Its budget deficit will drop to 3.6 percent of GDP in 2016 and 2.7...
  • What's New In Paris? The Louis Vuitton Arts Center

    What's New In Paris? The Louis Vuitton Arts Center
    PARIS — Paris could absolutely rest on her laurels. Even if the whole city ceased creating new and beautiful things to awe guests tomorrow, it would still be one of the most popular places to visit. Lord knows, producing those little Eiffel Tower...
  • Last French hostage freed in North Africa, France says

    A French hostage being held by Al Qaeda’s North African branch for three years has been released, French President Francois Hollande confirmed Tuesday. Serge Lazaravic, who was abducted while on a business trip to Mali, was in “reasonably...
  • No torture report violence; Europe bemoans delay in detailing CIA program

    BERLIN President Barack Obama's administration sought Tuesday to reassure its allies around the globe that the United States no longer engages in the brutal interrogation tactics outlined in a scathing Senate committee report. President Barack Obama,...
  • France seeks to keep EU 'Robin Hood tax' plan despite missed deadline

    France sought on Tuesday to keep alive a disputed financial transactions tax after 18 months of talks failed to produce a deal that would force banks blamed for causing the financial crisis to help pay for the clean-up. Having missed a self-imposed year-...