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Philip Marey of Rabobank notes that France continues to struggle finding the economic momentum Francois Hollande is dearly looking for.
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French companies see little hope for domestic growth this year and are stepping up efforts to cut costs and fine-tune product lines to contend with stubbornly tough market conditions.
His conversations secretly recorded by a trusted adviser and investigating judges, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his singer-songwriter wife sought an emergency injunction Monday to block further publication of their private discussions.
Stephen Colbert made his second appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Friday night, and opened up about his time at the White House state dinner last month.
U.S. President Barack Obama finishes delivering a statement on the situation in Ukraine, in the press briefing room at the White House in Washington March 6, 2014.
This year is one of remembrance in Europe, where significant anniversaries of war and the births and deaths of literary and musical giants will be commemorated.
The first 300 film was a big box office success, but can lightning strike twice with the epic battle sequel? Take a look at what the critics are saying about the new release on RottenTomatoes.com.
Russia on Friday accused the European Union of taking an "extremely unconstructive position" by freezing talks on easing visa barriers that complicate travel between Russia and the EU over Ukraine.
The leader who oversaw his country's 2008 war with Russia tells Sky News that Vladimir Putin has "very clear goals" in Ukraine.
When Yugoslavia was breaking apart based upon ethnic groups, this was GOOD. But if the Ukraine breaks up based upon ethnic identity, that is BAD.
President Barack Obama is urging uninsured Latinos to sign up for health care through new exchanges before the window closes at the end of March.
The French president badly needs a fresh start to regain his zip-and that is likely to mean a new government WHEN in trouble, ditch the prime minister.
France is facing pressure to deliver on long-promised, deep budget savings in the next couple of weeks to keep the increasingly strained faith of its EU partners, bond markets and ratings agencies.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni are to file a legal complaint over secret audio recordings made of them by an adviser during the 2012 election campaign, lawyers for the couple said on Thursday.
Poland's Prime Minister Donald Tusk, France's President Francois Hollande, Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi meet ahead of a European leaders emergency summit on Ukraine in Brussels on March 6, 2014.