The president’s sweeping changes to bureaucratic institutions ahead of the 2022 presidential election aim to ensure that seats of power are filled with those in line with his vision.
A bus driver's religious deed was seen as a radical act. He’s trying to prove that he’s a regular Muslim.
A $7.5 billion ( €7 billion) package is on the agenda for Air France and a $5.4 billion (€5 billion) package for Renault Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire announced.
The Eiffel Tower shut down, France’s vaunted high-speed trains stood still and teachers on the job walked off as unions launched nationwide strikes and protests over the government’s plan to overhaul the retirement system.
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The Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX jet that crashed in Indonesia is feared to have killed almost 200 people. The reason for the crash is so far unknown, but the incident has reignited concerns about safe flying.
Both airlines have cited profitability and weak demand for cancelling their Teheran flights. The airlines started flying to the Iranian capital in the wake of the Iranian nuclear deal that was signed in 2015.
Accusing Iran of not living up to "the spirit of the agreement", Trump has threatened to pull the US out of the Iran nuclear pact that the Obama administration had signed off on. That and the Venezuela crisis have driven oil prices higher.
Major disruption for 4.5 million daily train passengers as stoppages will occur for two days out of five every week. Workers are striking to stop President Macron's proposed overhaul at state rail operator SNCF.
Air France personnel are demanding a six percent salary increase but the management insists it cannot offer higher salaries without jeopardising growth in an intensely competitive sector.
Trains, flights, schools disrupted by nationwide strike of public sector workers angry at President Macron's reforms, including plans to shake up the state-owned and highly indebted SNCF rail company.
Struggling with debts of 46.6 billion euros, the government of President Emmanuel Macron believes it has no option but to push through reforms that have made the labour unions unhappy.
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