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  • Harvey Weinstein selected for French cultural honor

     
    Only five days after the French film "The Artist" walked off with a handful of Academy Awards, Harvey Weinstein, the executive responsible for bringing it to the United States and orchestraing its Oscar campaign, was announced as having been selected...
  • Two French journalists trapped in Syria escape to Lebanon

     
    Two French journalists who were trapped in Syria have made it safely to Lebanon, including Edith Bouvier, who was badly injured in the same attack that killed two other journalists in the embattled Syrian neighborhood of Baba Amr last week....
  • Case of convicted French kidnapper roils Mexico -- again

     
    Six years after French national Florence Cassez was sent off to serve decades in a Mexican prison for her alleged role in a kidnapping ring, her case is once again stirring heated debate here and abroad....
  • Gunman kills 3 children, teacher outside Jewish school in France

     
    Three schoolchildren and a teacher were reported killed Monday after a gunman opened fire outside a Jewish high school in the southern French city of Toulouse....
  • Killer may have filmed shootings at Jewish school in France

     
    Police hunting a suspected serial killer who gunned down a rabbi and three children at a Jewish school in southwestern France are investigating reports that the assassin may have filmed the shootings....
  • Gunman buried in France after Algeria reportedly rejects remains

     
    The gunman who confessed to a series of killings of French soldiers and Jewish schoolchildren was laid to rest in France on Thursday, one week after he was killed at the end of a marathon standoff with police. Mohamed Merah, the 23-year-old man believed...
  • Senegal's president concedes defeat; victory for African democracy

     
    Senegal's incumbent president concedes defeat: Incumbent Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade's move to swiftly concede defeat after Sunday's presidential run-off election was seen as big step for African democracy, in a ieighborhhod better know for...
  • 30 straight hours of performances, exhibits and boozing in Paris

     
    It was almost midnight in Paris, and a writhing mass of naked, purple-colored men and women slithered down steps as throngs of visitors meandered through the vast galleries and hidden nooks in the newly restored, and greatly enlarged, Palais de Tokyo...
  • Must Reads: Sarkozy, siege and an Indian millionaire

     
    From the struggles of the French president to the successes of an Indian "untouchable," here are the five stories you shouldn't miss from last week in global news: India woman is an 'untouchable,' with a Midas touch In Egypt, the poor make a living off...
  • Australia to mostly end Afghan mission next year

     
    As the U.S. and its allies refine plans to reduce their troop levels in Afghanistan and turn combat operations over to Afghans, Australia has announced that it will pull most of its forces out next year. Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the move...
  • Hollande, Sarkozy heading for runoff in France presidential vote

     
    Socialist Francois Hollande and incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy will advance to a runoff in France's presidential election after an initial round of balloting Sunday....