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Frenchman accused of amassing arsenal for Euro 2016 attacks

2016-06-07 bigstory.ap.org
In this image, provided by the Ukrainian Intelligence Agency SBU on Monday, June 6, 2016, SBU agents detain a suspect at the Yahodyn border crossing on the Ukrainian-Polish border, Ukraine. Ukraine\'s intelligence agency SBU said on Monday it has thwarted a plot to attack soccer\'s European Championships in France by arresting a Frenchman who wanted to cross from Ukraine into the European Union armed to the teeth.

French government urges end to strikes a week from Euro soccer

2016-06-03 financialexpress
France’s government, scrambling to end a wave of protests that could disrupt the Euro 2016 soccer championship, called on Friday for an end to the national rail strike and told Air France pilots their plans to stop work were “irresponsible”.

French government urges end to strikes a week from Euro soccer

2016-06-03 reuters
PARIS France's government, scrambling to end a wave of protests that could disrupt the Euro 2016 soccer championship, called on Friday for an end to the national rail strike and told Air France pilots their plans to stop work were "irresponsible".

French government urges end to strikes a week from Euro soccer

2016-06-03 channelnewsasia
PARIS: France's government, scrambling to end a wave of protests that could disrupt the Euro 2016 soccer championship, called on Friday for an end to the national rail strike and told Air France pilots their plans to stop work were "irresponsible".

Crime victim sued for Facebook video

2016-05-01 connexionfrance
A GRANDMOTHER who is accused of snatching a bag from a dentist’s office is to sue after CCTV footage of the crime was posted on Facebook. A 52-year-old has reportedly admitted taking the bag from the practice in Nancy and is due in court on May 31. But, her lawyer said, she will seek damages as her privacy was infringed when the film was published. “We understand that the person wants to see justice done,” lawyer Paul Kéré told France Bleu.