Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and French President Emmanuel Macron.

Coronavirus: Seven out of Ten French People Support a Government of National Unity, According to a Poll

EPIDEMIC: Among the parties currently in opposition that could be called to a government of National Unity, the people interviewed would mostly vote for environmentalists before Les Républicains About seven in ten French (71%) would favour the formation of a government of national unity to confront the crisis of the coronavirus and its consequences, according to an Ifop poll for La […]

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The plane is scheduled to depart this Thursday. from Ecuador

Flight Repatriting 300 Europeans Blocked in Guayaquil, Epicentre of the Pandemic in Ecuador

Some 300 Europeans, including more than half French, remained stranded Wednesday 8th April in Guayaquil, the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in Ecuador and the most affected city in Latin America Some 300 Europeans, including more than half French, remained stranded Wednesday 8th April in Guayaquil, the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic in Ecuador and […]

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Euro volleyball: Serbs Break French Dream in Semi-Final 1

Euro volleyball: Serbs Break French Dream in Semi-Final

The French failed in their career during the semifinal of the Volleyball Euro against the Serbs in Paris-Bercy. “I do not know how to explain it,” regretted the coach. The French volleyball players saw their title dream come to an end in the semi-finals of the Euro-2019 against Serbia on Friday night at Paris-Bercy , and will have to settle […]

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Members of the search team mobilised in Malaysia to meet young Franco-Irish Nora Quoirin on August 13, 2019 in Seremban

The Body Found in the Malaysian Jungle is that of Nora Quoirin

The young French-Irish teenager, Nora Quoirin had disappeared in the night of August 3 to 4, 2019, from a resort south of Kuala Lumpur. The search has mobilized hundreds of people. The alleged body of Nora Quoirin, young Franco-Irish missing in Malaysia, was discovered Tuesday 13th August 2019, bare, deep in a ravine in the jungle, after ten days of […]

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After a gloomy start to the year, tourists return to France

Tourism in France: Attendance Up After a Gloomy Start to the Year due to “Yellow Vests”

REBOUND: Tourist attendance across France has increased, all types of accommodation combined, both thanks to foreign customers and that of the French Tourist attendance rebounded in the second quarter in France, all types of accommodation combined, after a decline early in the year related to the social movement of ” yellow vests  “, which had particularly affected the Ile-de-France, according to the […]

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For 85% of French people, being lesbian, gay or bi is like being straight

For 85% of French People, being Lesbian, Gay or Bi is like being Straight

RIGHTS: Yet a third of French people have already felt uncomfortable in the presence of an LGBT person The acceptance of lesbians, gays and bisexuals and their presence in the public space is growing among French and French, but they retain clichés towards LGBT people according to an Ifop study published Wednesday. In 2019, 85% of those surveyed consider that homosexuality is “one way of living […]

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Three out of Four support a Referendum in France

Almost Three Out of Four French People Support a Referendum

73% of respondents favour a referendum in France in the coming months. Nearly three quarters of French people are in favour of holding a referendum in the coming months, but are divided on the idea that it will be held on May 26th, day of the European elections, according to an Ifop poll for the […]

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The association France Assos Health challenges the public authorities and implicates manufacturers on drug shortages. (© AdobeStock / Illustration)

Drugs: One in Four French People has Already Faced a Shortage

According to a study unveiled by France Assos Santé, 25% of French people have already been refused the delivery of drugs or a vaccine, with sometimes serious consequences. It is a ”  potential threat to public health, ” denounces France Assos Santé . The body representing users of the health system reveals Thursday, January 17 that one in four French […]

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For Four out of Five French, they prefer the life of the countryside

For Four in Five French, the Ideal Way of Life is in the Countryside

The rural world first refers to the socio-economic difficulties of all French people, whereas the rural people themselves associate it as a priority with the quality of life. If, for 46% of the French respondents, rurality is primarily synonymous with “socio-economic difficulties and nuisances”, it evokes on the contrary well-being and “quality of life” for 62% of rural , […]

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Chocolatine is now defended until the National Assembly

At the National Assembly, Deputies Table Amendment to Defend the Chocolatine

Under the Agriculture and Food Bill, ten Republican MPs tabled an amendment to defend chocolatine and other popular expressions. The chocolatine perhaps just won a major battle against the “Pain au Chocolat”. In the National Assembly , ten deputies of the party The Republicans have tabled an amendment in the draft law Agriculture and Food. Objective: promote the word chocolate,  says Le Parisien . MEPs make a wish; namely that […]

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