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Emmanuel Macron thinks Donald Trump will withdraw from Iran deal

French President Emmanuel Macron said he thinks US President Donald Trump will withdraw from the Iran nuclear accord, dealing a blow to the agreement reached in 2015 and endorsed by world powers.

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    Fears Britain could be frozen out of new European fighter project

    Fears are growing that British defence giant BAE Systems will be frozen out of a programme to develop a new warplane after Airbus and Dassault teamed up to build aerial combat system to replace the current Eurofighter and Rafale jets.

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      European citrus crops threatened by devastating greening disease

      A disease that has ravaged American citrus crops now threatens southern European countries including Spain, which produces much of the fruit imported into Britain.

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        France to boost security on Alps border with Italy after far-Right 'block' migrant route

        France's interior minister has pledged to beef up security on the country’s Alpine borders with Italy after a far-Right "commando" blocked access to migrants seeking to cross a key snowy pass, and pro-migrant groups stormed

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          French police recover priceless gold relic that contained the embalmed heart of Queen Anne de Bretagne

          Police have miraculously recovered a 16th century gold case containing the heart of the only woman to have twice been crowned queen of France a week after it was stolen.

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            Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam sentenced to 20 years for attempted murder in Belgium

            Salah Abdeslam, once Europe’s most wanted man and the sole surviving suspect of the Paris terror attacks, was sentenced on Monday to 20 years for terrorism-related attempted murder for a shootout with Belgian police.

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              Emmanuel Macron, the 'Trump Whisperer', says there is no Plan B on Iran as he travels to Washington

              Emmanuel Macron will meet Donald Trump on Monday carrying a message that the US must remain committed to a flawed nuclear deal with Iran because there is no “plan B”.

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                McDolus vs McDonald's: French mayor launches fresh broadside in fast food war that has split island town

                A mayor on an island off western France has intensified his Asterix-style war against McDonald’s by creating a "sustainable food zone" to counter the arrival of the American fast-food chain’s first eatery.

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                  Nicolas Sarkozy among personalities to condemn 'ethnic-purging' in wave of 'new anti-Semitism' in France

                  More than 300 French dignitaries and stars, including ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy, have signed a manifesto denouncing a "new anti-Semitism" marked by "Islamist radicalisation" after a string of killings of Jews.

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                    Former French PM Manuel Valls considering standing for mayor of Barcelona

                    Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says he is considering running in Barcelona's mayoral election next year as a candidate for a Spanish pro-business party that opposes Catalan independence.

                      Travel

                      Europe's best beach holiday hotels for summer

                      The best beach holiday hotel in destinations including Italy, Spain, Greece, France and Croatia

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                        First man with three faces after transplants says he is getting used to new identity

                        Jerome Hamon is getting used to his new soubriquet "the man with three faces".

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                          Macron warns of European 'civil war' over growing East-West divide

                          The European Union risks being torn apart by a “civil war” between its liberal and authoritarian democracies, Emmanuel Macron, the president of France has warned.

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                            The best restaurants in Paris

                            Read our insider’s guide to the best restaurants in Paris, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Find expert reviews, different cuisines, great photos and prices.

                              Travel

                              The cheapest, fastest and most frequent ferry services to Europe

                              There was a time when we all travelled by cross-Channel ferry. Maybe we should reacquaint ourselves with the art of sailing to Europe, says Nick Trend

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                                Britain pushes for Syrian ceasefire alongside US and France

                                The UK will join the US and France in a push for a peaceful path forward to the Syrian crisis, proposing a new United Nations-backed ceasefire.

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                                  Queen's 'heart of gold' stolen from French museum

                                  It narrowly escaped being melted down after the French Revolution, but a 16th century gold case containing the heart of the only woman to have twice been crowned queen of France has now been stolen.

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                                    French ski resort sees two avalanches in quick succession as end of season approaches 

                                    This video from French commune of Passy caught two avalanches in succession.

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                                      Syrian strikes help Emmanuel Macron cement position as key Trump ally ahead of Washington visit

                                      The Syria strikes have given Emmanuel Macron, the French president, a chance to promote France as the leading American ally in Europe days before he becomes the first foreign leader to be hosted by Donald Trump on a state visit.

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                                        Evidence shows Syria 'attacked own people with chemical weapons', say US, UK and France

                                        The Syrian regime used barrel bombs dropped by helicopter in a chemical weapon attack on its own people in the city of Douma, according to the US, France and Britain yesterday.

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                                          French court rejects plea from luxury wine label to stop cheap blends being sold under 'Petrus' name

                                          It is the ultimate status symbol for wine buffs and commands astronomical prices, but Petrus risks losing its cachet after a French court rejected its plea to retain exclusive rights to the hallowed name.

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                                            Russia claims its ally Syria shot down 71 of the 103 missiles launched by the US, Britain and France

                                            Russia has claimed its Syria's Cold War era air defence system shot down 71 of the 103 missiles launched by the US, Britain and France to target three chemical weapons sites.

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                                              'An unequivocal message': How the world reacted to the Syrian airstrikes

                                              Air strikes carried out by the US, UK and France against the Syrian regime have been welcomed by their Western allies.

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                                                Syria airstrikes: Donald Trump announces military action against Assad regime with UK and France

                                                America, Britain and France have launched airstrikes against the Syrian regime to punish its chemical attack that killed more than 70 people.

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                                                  Court freezes assets of late French rocker Johnny Hallyday in €100m inheritance battle

                                                  The two eldest children of French rock singer Johnny Hallyday have won a legal bid to freeze his assets in France in a bitter family feud over an inheritance estimated at up to €100 million (£86m).

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                                                    Russia warns the US that Syrian airstrikes could spark war

                                                    Moscow on Thursday night warned against any US move that could trigger a conflict between the nuclear-armed rivals.

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                                                      Emmanuel Macron returns to the classroom to tell France and protesters it's full speed ahead for reforms

                                                      President Emmanuel Macron took France back to school for a rare interview in a primary classroom in which he sought to reassure provincial viewers about his frenetic reform programme.

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