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Outgoing French President Nicolas Sarkozy leaves after addressing supporters in Paris So the French have got their wish: they have evicted the brash, egotistical and hyperactive President Bling-Bling from the Elysee Palace after just one term, along
23 Click to rate Rating (0) The turnout in France was 80.5%, in our elections we struggled to get over 30%...Union leaders actually showed workers how to get away with doing nothing all of the time making the works completely uncompetitive
Security was expected to be heavy across Syria as voters began casting ballots in the parliamentary elections at 7 a.m. (12 a.m...The election follows the adoption of a new constitution that allows political parties to compete with al-Assad's ruling
Hollande's election victory analysed Most of the papers lead on Francois Hollande's victory in the French presidential elections. The Daily Mail believes his victory over incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy could plunge Europe into "fresh economic chaos".
Paris, Date 6 May - The socialist Francois Hollande on Sunday stated that "the French chose to change" by giving him the victory over conservative Nicolas Sarkozy in the presidential elections in France.&
Financial markets will likely stumble this week after elections in Greece and France cast a pall of uncertainty over Europe's efforts to solve its debt crisis. On Sunday night, the euro plunged to $1.2988, a nearly five-month low.
Beneath the boorishness, the cringe-worthy comments, he transformed how France thinks of the presidency, just as he altered what America thinks of the French. Heads of France lead from a palace, and traditionally they retire to a cloud. Mr. Sarkozy's
Buoyed by his success in the first round, Socialist candidate Francois Hollande declared last Thursday: "It is not for Germany to decide for the rest of Europe." Vowing to reset Europe on a growth path, he said, "we're not just any country, we can
President Barack Obama has called France's new president-elect to congratulate him on winning Sunday's election. The White House says Obama told Francois Hollande that he looks forward to working with him on a range of shared
When Takashi Hibino took the helm of Japan's second-largest brokerage firm about a year ago, he knew it would be a tough start, with businesses across the country reeling from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Daiwa indeed had a difficult time