French President Emmanuel Macron has called a bloody crackdown on Algerian protesters by police in Paris 60 years ago an "unforgivable crime". On 17 October 1961, French police turned on Algerian demonstrators. Some were shot, others were drowned. The precise number of victims is not known, but some say several hundred could have lost their lives.
Merkel gone; Macron facing elections; Shares still lagging behind US: Now could be the perfect time to go into Europe (as an investor, that is)
With gaps in food shelves, an energy crisis and rising inflation, it has been hard to look away from UK news in recent weeks. But those who have also kept an eye on our Continental neighbours will realise that the political landscape in Europe is being dramatically reshaped.
EMMANUEL MACRON's "obsession" with Brexit fatally ignores Germany's increasing financial dominance of the EU, a historian has warned. Gavin Mortimer claimed that Chancellor Angela Merkel’s nation has been “cruelly exploiting” France’s “neediness” for years. This has only increased as Germany’s financial clout has become ever greater.
WREXHAM AFC women's team players enjoyed being models for the day to launch the new womens-fit home and away shirts. The TikTok sponsored red home kit - and the green away kit inspired by It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - are now available in women's fit from the club shop and online.
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EMMANUEL MACRON'S condescended the UK and attempted to prove it was "not a big competitor" on the global stage with a sly political gesture, claimed a French politics expert. Mr Macron has been at the centre of European politics in recent months since the impending departure of German chancellor Angela Merkel, who has been dubbed ‘Queen Europe’.
FRANCE and the European Union have come under brutal attack over the latest Brexit threats directed at Britain as the row over fishing licenses threatens to completely derail diplomatic relations. The French Government was left red-faced last month after the UK said it had approved just 12 of the 47 applications it had received from small boats in France.
Emmanuel Macron's football: Bright start, drifting to the right and no lasting impact - sound familiar?
Political leaders and football rarely make comfortable bedfellows, so how did President Macron fare alongside France footballing greats? On Thursday, the French President Emmanuel Macron turned out in a charity football match – a potentially terrifying, or hilarious, prospect depending on your sensibilities. Helping to raise funds for Les Pièces Jaunes (Small Changes), the medical charity run by his wife Brigitte, he donned the sky blue shirt of his favourite team Marseille and lined up alongside, among others, Arsène Wenger, Alain Giresse and Marcel Desailly.
Emmanuel Macron's Europe minister Clément Beaune is fast gaining a reputation for bashing all things British. 'Stop telling us you do not need us anymore, stop being obsessed with us, stop believing we will solve your problems,' he raged recently. 'They made a mess of Brexit.
EMMANUEL MACRON showed his football skills off during a charity football game before unveiling a multimillion-euro plan for the 2024 Olympics in Paris. After a keynote speech on innovation in front of students and entrepreneurs earlier this week, the French president donned football gear for a charity match on Thursday in Poissy (Parisian suburb).
Playing central midfield, Macron drew cheers from the crowd with his first touch French President Emmanuel Macron, who has his eye firmly on the goal of elections next year, donned his football boots and marshalled the midfield at a charity match on Thursday. After a kiss from his wife Brigitte, the 43-year-old was all smiles as he took to the pitch in Poissy outside Paris alongside former international defender Marcel Desailly and ex-Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
He was playing midfield as part of a team of celebrities including Arsene Wenger The game was held to raise money for the Paris and France Hospitals Foundation . Macron, playing in midfield and wearing the number 3 on his back, was handed the ball and invited to take the spot kick after an opposing player brought down one of Macron's team-mates in the penalty box.
EMMANUEL MACRON has been labelled "anti-British and anti-Brexit" amid the eruption of fishing rows. The French president was brought under fire and accused of “turning France into a hostile state” by journalist Allister Heath. Macron himself has been described as the “real stumbling block to renewed post-EU friendship” by the journalist.
French President Emmanuel Macron says the government will help fund 5,000 local facilities to allow more people to practice sports, especially in the country’s poorest areas, ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympics French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday that the government will help fund 5,000 local facilities to allow more people to practice sports, especially in the country’s poorest areas, ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympics.
EMMANUEL MACRON is "desperate" to avoid the legacies of Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande as unpopular, low-rated and quickly forgotten ‘one term' Presidents, according to a commentator. Globalists will 'find use' for Macron says Dr Niall McCrae The President, who plays a decisive role in the relationship between Britain and France, is also accused of being "arrogant" by Allister Heath, writing in The Telegraph.
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THE EUROPEAN UNION's future is nothing but bleak according to a Brexiteer who blames it all on Macron's latest speech. French President Emmanuel Macron unveiled a full plan to reindustrialise the country last Tuesday at the Elysée Palace in front of an audience of entrepreneurs and students.