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seeking to reset relations after years of Rwandan accusations that France was complicit in the 1994 atrocities, French President Emmanuel Macron has said he recognised his country's role in the ...
3 weeks ago - Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Mr Macron pledged in February to welcome McFly and Carlito, two French YouTubers followed by 6.5 million people, in the Elysee if they succeeded in garnering more than 10 million views for a video ...
4 weeks ago - The Straits Times
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TOKYO, May 21 (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron plans ... Olympics in 2024 in Paris and Macron's presence would be welcome support for the International Olympic Committee and local ...
4 weeks ago - Reuters
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At Disneyland Paris, in line with guidance from the French government and health authorities, physical distancing will be implemented throughout the resort in queues, ride vehicles, shops ...
2 weeks ago - eTurboNews
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Welcome to the (mostly ... there are no spectators for these late matches at the French Open because of coronavirus restrictions and a strict 9 p.m. local curfew. “It was kind of funny, because ...
2 weeks ago - Washington Post - Sports
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The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) said it would welcome dialogue with world number two Naomi Osaka over her decision to boycott press conferences at this year's French Open. FILE PHOTO ...
3 weeks ago - Channel NewsAsia Singapore
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Indeed, the open-concept living space at the front of the house has a charming living room to welcome guests and large ... a wood-burning fireplace and French doors leading to the upper patio.
2 weeks ago - Cleveland.com
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With a menu designed by chef Josh Mouzakes of French Laundry and Hotel del Coronado, this place is not just popular with guests but it is also becoming a hot spot with the local community as well.
3 weeks ago - Forbes
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Macron pledged in February to welcome McFly and Carlito, two French YouTubers followed by 6.5 million people, in the Elysee if they succeeded in garnering more than 10 million views for a video promoting social distancing measures during the pandemic.
4 weeks ago - Yahoo News India
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