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Le Pen was speaking at a press conference with foreign journalists in her campaign headquarters at Nanterre, west of Paris. She lamented to representatives of newspapers from around the world that we no longer speak at all of the crisis, [but] of
The critical timetable for the withdrawal of Western forces from Afghanistan will come under major strain if Nicolas Sarkozy loses the presidency in the French elections, with his socialist opponent warning that his country's forces will be pulled
Since the 23 year-old decided a year ago to wear an Islamic veil, cloaking her body and head but leaving her face visible, she has been spat at, chased down the road and endured shouts of "al-Qaeda!" from gangs of youths in her Paris neighbourhood.
Breaking News French far-right leader Marine Le Pen said on Saturday US investment bank Goldman Sachs "topples governments everywhere" and the euro is "devastating" for her country as she sought to boost her flagging campaign to become president.
For months, French President Nicolas Sarkozy portrayed himself as the savior of the European Union , touting the virtues of cooperation among Europeans as he brokered a deal to save the continent from a massive piling of debt. "We must be more like
Articles Sarkozy is battling to overturn a deep disillusionment with his presidency, including among many who voted for him in 2007, that is due in part to three years of economic gloom and in part to a widespread dislike of his personal style. The
Sarkozy had already been stressing his hardline approach to crime following a killing spree by an Islamist gunman in Toulouse earlier this month that rattled the country. Voter approval of his handling of that crisis has given his campaign much
Faced with renewed allegations that Moammar Gadhafi had poured up to 50 million into his presidential campaign in 2007, French President Nicolas Sarkozy finally lost it. "If he did (finance my election), I wasn't very grateful," he snapped on prime-
Editorial As he was held in prison on Devil's Island, the only prayers that Alfred Dreyfus offered up were those to the president of the republic. Piers Paul Read points out in his new account of the most infamous miscarriage of French justice that
Articles Sarkozy won plaudits for his activist handling of France's European Union presidency in 2008 when he led the EU's response to the global financial crisis and mediated an end to a brief war between Russia and Georgia. But the conservative