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  • Germany summons U.S. ambassador over spying reports

    Germany summons U.S. ambassador over spying reports
    LONDON -- In the latest show of anger from close allies over mass electronic surveillance by the U.S., Germany summoned the American ambassador Thursday over reports that U.S. intelligence agencies might have tapped Chancellor Angela Merkel’s...
  • Merkel says trust must be restored after reports of U.S. spying

    Merkel says trust must be restored after reports of U.S. spying
    LONDON — Declaring that “spying among friends is absolutely not OK,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that trust between her government and the Obama administration would need to be rebuilt after reports that U.S....
  • Europe's anger grows over alleged U.S. spying

    LONDON — European leaders united in outrage Thursday over reported U.S. spying, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel declaring that trust between her government and the Obama administration would need to be rebuilt after reports that U.S....
  • EU leaders seek answers from U.S. on spying reports

    EU leaders seek answers from U.S. on spying reports
    LONDON -- Distilling their anger over reports of U.S. spying on European citizens and governments, including heads of state, European Union leaders are calling for a meeting with U.S. officials on the matter before the end of the year. In a statement...
  • Rachel Marsden: Coverage of Hollande displays media's misplaced priorities

    The most disappointing thing about the news that French President Francois Hollande allegedly has been rendezvousing with an actress in the privacy of her apartment is that it's a testament to how pathetic and petty some segments of French society are...
  • Edouard Molinaro, 'La Cage aux Folles' Director, Dies

    Edouard Molinaro, nominated for an Oscar for directing "La Cage aux Folles," a French farce about a gay couple that struck a chord with a broad range of audiences, has died at 85. French President Francois Hollande's office confirmed the death in a...
  • Edouard Molinaro, director of 'La Cage Aux Folles,' dies at 85

    Edouard Molinaro, director of 'La Cage Aux Folles,' dies at 85
    French filmmaker Edouard Molinaro, who earned an Academy Award nomination for directing “La Cage aux Folles,” died Saturday at age 85. According to the BBC, the cause of death was lung failure. Molinaro's career spanned six decades and...
  • Two French journalists abducted and killed in Mali

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa--Two French journalists were kidnapped and killed in northern Mali on Saturday, just days after four French hostages were freed in Niger. The French Foreign Ministry confirmed the deaths of Ghislaine Dupont, 51, and Claude...
  • French parents are undergoing a midweek crisis

    French parents are undergoing a midweek crisis
    PARIS — If you think Wednesday's child is full of woe, as the old nursery rhyme has it, try Wednesday's parents. Parents like Eric and Isabelle Nizard, who are angry over a sinister social experiment being conducted on their 9-year-old son, Sacha....
  • Al Qaeda-linked militia says it killed two French journalists in Mali

    Al Qaeda-linked militia says it killed two French journalists in Mali
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- An Al Qaeda-linked militia in northern Mali has claimed responsibility for the killing of two French journalists in the northern town of Kidal. The Radio France International journalists, Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon,...
  • France's role in scuttling Iran nuclear deal prompts speculation

    France's role in scuttling Iran nuclear deal prompts speculation
    WASHINGTON — France's role in the unraveling of an international deal to curb Iran's nuclear program brought angry reactions Sunday from Tehran, glowing praise from Iran's detractors and a whirl of speculation about what the French motive might be....
  • Pirates Gain as Film Biz Burns in France

    It's been six months since former Canal Plus CEO Pierre Lescure, charged by the French government to conduct a study that would result in a new antipiracy strategy, released his report outlining the recommendations. But lawmakers, under President Francois...