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Split looms in French far right as Marine Le Pen?s key aide quits

Florian Philippot, for many years the closest aide of French far-right politician Marine Le Pen, said on Thursday he was quitting the National Front party, opening up a likely split in the country?s far-right ranks.
Paris's Montparnasse Tower to get d...

Paris's Montparnasse Tower to get dazzling ?300mn revamp

Montparnasse Tower has long been derided as the ugliest building in Paris. But the 1970s skyscraper is set to undergo a total revamp, costing ?300mn, to become a stunning, ecological landmark for when Paris hosts the 2024 Olympic Games.
Inspired by Bastille Day visit, Tru...

Inspired by Bastille Day visit, Trump considers July 4th military parade

US President Donald Trump on Monday revealed plans to transform America's Independence Day celebrations next July 4 into a vast military parade, styled on France's Bastille Day.
French journalist Loup Bureau arriv...

French journalist Loup Bureau arrives home after being released from Turkish jail

The young French reporter Loup Bureau arrived back in Paris on Sunday, "tired but relieved", after being detained for more than seven weeks in a Turkish jail on terror charges.
US tourists hurt in acid attack in ...

US tourists hurt in acid attack in French city of Marseille

Two young female American tourists were sprayed with hydrochloric acid in the French city of Marseille on Sunday by a woman who appeared to have psychological problems, a police source said.
France beats Serbia to reach Davis ...

France beats Serbia to reach Davis Cup tennis final

France punched their ticket to the Davis Cup final when Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Dusan Lajovic 2-6 6-2 7-6(5) 6-2 to give the hosts an unassailable 3-1 lead against Serbia on Sunday.

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Teenager is sixth person arrested i...

Teenager is sixth person arrested in London Tube attack

British police have arrested a sixth person in connection with last week's attack on a London subway train.
Catalan leader accuses Spain of imp...

Catalan leader accuses Spain of imposing 'de facto' state of emergency

The head of the Catalan administration has accused Spain's central government of imposing a "de facto" state of emergency in the region in order to prevent an independence referendum from taking place.
Police make third arrest in London ...

Police make third arrest in London Tube bombing

British police on Tuesday arrested a third suspect over the bombing of a packed London Underground train which injured 30 people last week.
French Cardinal Barbarin to face tr...

French Cardinal Barbarin to face trial for covering up clerical sex abuse

French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin will go on trial in April on charges of covering up for a priest accused of abusing children in his Lyon diocese over 25 years ago, a court ruled Tuesday.
Polish foreign minister: Macron's c...

Polish foreign minister: Macron's comments on Poland 'were not necessary'

Poland's foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski spoke to FRANCE 24's Marc Perelman on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York. He discussed the ongoing stand-off between Poland and the European Commission, Warsaw's strained relations with Paris following President Macron's recent comments, and Russia's war games.
Spain to expel North Korean ambassa...

Spain to expel North Korean ambassador over nuclear stance

Spain on Monday ordered North Korea's ambassador to leave the country by September 30 in protest over Pyongyang's nuclear tests, which it has criticised as "a serious threat to peace".

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Correction: Oil Patch Fatal-ID stor...

Correction: Oil Patch Fatal-ID story

NEW ENGLAND, N.D. (AP) ? In a story Sept. 20 about a fatal semitrailer crash in North Dakota, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Highway Patrol, misidentified the trucker who died.
No. 3 Oklahoma takes 13-game winnin...

No. 3 Oklahoma takes 13-game winning streak to Baylor

No. 3 Oklahoma (3-0, 0-0 Big 12) at Baylor (0-3, 0-0), Saturday, 6:30 p.m. ET (FS1)
For insurers, accounting for meteor...

For insurers, accounting for meteorological violence begins

NEW YORK (AP) ? Allstate expects insurance losses of about $593 million in August after Hurricane Harvey left a path of destruction along the Gulf Coast.
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RRV spikers play Tuesday

RRV spikers play Tuesday

The Rivercrest Lady Rebels volleyball team won for the 12th time in a row, and again in straight sets. Rivercrest (23-6, 3-0) defeated district rival Clarksville 25-8, 25-10 and 25-14.
Rangers win 3-1 at M?s

Rangers win 3-1 at M?s

Carlos Gomez had not seen live pitching in more than a week due to a sprained ankle, but he kept asking Texas manager Jeff Banister for an opportunity as a pinch-hitter.
NL seeks homecoming win

NL seeks homecoming win

Coming off a pair four-point losses, the North Lamar Panthers are looking for a big win at homecoming to get back on track. North Lamar (1-2) will need the team?s overall health, specifically the heal
Elliot accused of quitting; to talk...

Elliot accused of quitting; to talk with Garrett

Ezekiel Elliott was accused of quitting by Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson in Dallas? 42-17 loss to Denver.
?Boys worth $4.8 bil

?Boys worth $4.8 bil

The Dallas Cowboys not only are the NFL?s most valuable franchise for the 11th straight year, they are the top-valued team in the world.
RRV volleyball in sixth week

RRV volleyball in sixth week

The Red River Valley enters week six of volleyball as most teams are at or are near district competition.

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August 24, 1572 a " Saint Bartholom...

August 24, 1572 a " Saint Bartholomewa s Day Massacre

King Charles IX of France, under the sway of his mother, Catherine de Medici, orders the assassination of Huguenot Protestant leaders in Paris, setting off an orgy of killing that results in the massacre of tens of thousands of Huguenots all across France. Two days earlier, Catherine had ordered the murder of Admiral Gaspard de Coligny, a Huguenot leader whom she felt was leading her son into war with Spain.

Police evict thousands of migrants ...

Police evict thousands of migrants from Paris sidewalks for second time since July

PARIS: French police evicted thousands of migrants living on sidewalks in an area of northern Paris on Friday and Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said the latest action proved the system for handling migrants is "dysfunctional". Dozens of police and white police vans moved in at around 5 a.m. local time to clear the area where the regional police said numbers have swollen to almost 2,500.

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