First train for Metro Line No.3 arrives to Haiphong

First train for Metro Line No.3 arrives to Haiphong

The first of 10 trains for Metro Line No.3 arrived to Nam Hai-Dinh Vu Port in Haiphong on October 18, marking an important milestone for this project.
Mbappe gives France Nations League victory in Croatia

Mbappe gives France Nations League victory in Croatia 1

Kylian Mbappe grabbed a late winner as France edged a 2-1 victory over Croatia in their Nations League clash in Zagreb on Wednesday.
Vietnam a bright destination for French investors

Vietnam a bright destination for French investors

Dozens of French groups and companies joined an online conference on September 28 that sought to promote French investment in Vietnam after the COVID-19.
World pledges 250 million euros for Lebanon's people: France

World pledges 250 million euros for Lebanon's people: France

World leaders on Sunday pledged more than 250 million euros for disaster-struck Lebanon, conference host France said, with the emergency aid to be delivered "directly" to a population reeling from the deadly port blast in Beirut.
Search in France for 9-year-old girl, missing since 2003

Search in France for 9-year-old girl, missing since 2003

VILLE-SUR-LUMES, France: French forensics experts began a grim search on Monday (Jun 22) for the remains of a nine-year-old girl who disappeared 17 years ago, after a serial killer recently confessed to her murder.
Spain reopens border as Latin America cases pass two million

Spain reopens border as Latin America cases pass two million

MADRID: Spain reopened its borders on Sunday (Jun 21), a significant stage in Europe's gradual reopening after its battle against the coronavirus, as infections in Latin America surged past two million.
Police fire tear gas as thousands join French healthcare protest

Police fire tear gas as thousands join French healthcare protest

PARIS: French police fired tear gas after being pelted with objects during a Paris demonstration on Tuesday (Jun 16) led by thousands of healthcare workers demanding more investment in the health system.
France won't rule out 'no deal' on UK future ties

France won't rule out 'no deal' on UK future ties

PARIS: France does not rule out Europe failing to reach a deal on its post-Brexit relationship with Britain but very much wants to avoid such an outcome, its foreign minister was quoted as saying Tuesday (Jun 16).
LPGA banks on British Open after losing first major to virus

LPGA banks on British Open after losing first major to virus

PARIS: LPGA Tour Commissioner Mike Whan said he felt "pretty sure" the Women's British Open could go ahead in August despite France's Evian Championship becoming the first women's golf major to be lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
French police fire tear gas at anti-racism demo in Lille

French police fire tear gas at anti-racism demo in Lille

LILLE, France: French police fired tear gas to disperse around 2,000 demonstrators protesting against racism and police brutality in the northern city of Lille on Thursday (Jun 4).
Plastic bubble brings joy to French nursing home amid COVID-19 lockdown

Plastic bubble brings joy to French nursing home amid COVID-19 lockdown

BOURBOURG: Nathalie Szczepaniak caresses the hand of her husband Joseph, a care home resident, as the couple reunites after weeks without a visit because of France's coronavirus lockdown.
26 people arrested in France and Belgium over UK truck deaths

26 people arrested in France and Belgium over UK truck deaths

PARIS: The French prosecutor's office said on Wednesday (May 27) that 26 people have been arrested in France and Belgium in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants found in the back of a truck near London last year.
COVID-19: Macron, Merkel agree US$545b recovery plan for Europe

COVID-19: Macron, Merkel agree US$545b recovery plan for Europe

BERLIN: France and Germany proposed on Monday (May 18) a 500-billion-euro (US$545-billion) fund to finance the recovery of the European Union's economy from the devastation wrought by the coronavirus crisis.
France death toll passes 28,000 as coronavirus hits abattoirs

France death toll passes 28,000 as coronavirus hits abattoirs

PARIS: Deaths from the new coronavirus in France passed 28,000 on Sunday (May 17), the health ministry announced, as officials tried to contain outbreaks in two abattoirs.
Amazon seeking to resume French operations from May 19

Amazon seeking to resume French operations from May 19

PARIS: Online retailing giant Amazon is seeking to resume operations from Tuesday at its six warehouses in France that were temporarily closed in a labour dispute over working conditions during the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Friday (May 15).
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