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Manslaughter is only an initial description, based on the data revealed so far, until the analysis of the two black boxes is complete, says Egypt’s prosecution
Marc Wilmot’s men secured their first quarterfinal place at the Euros since 1980 with one of the most impressive displays in France. They will take on Gareth Bale’s Wales on Friday evening for a place in the last-four.
France kept alive their hopes of a Euro triumph on home soil with a battling 2-1 win over plucky Ireland. A quickfire Antoine Griezmann double canceled out an early Irish penalty and sent Les Bleus into the last eight.
Germany’s top diplomat Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged Brexit talks to start “as soon as possible” after meeting representatives of the EU’s founding nations. His colleagues also put pressure on London to hurry talks up.
Once repaired, the black boxes will be returned to Egypt for data extraction
A goalless draw means France and Switzerland finish one-two in Group A. In the other match, Albania keep their Euro campaign alive for the moment with a 1-0 win over Romania. The Romanians are headed home.
France’s government is trying to imitate Germany – and is facing a lot of resistance for doing so, as evidenced by the current strikes and demonstrations. But maybe Germany isn’t the shining example it’s set up to be.
The EURO 2016 celebrated three football matches on 15 June
Vimont will hold meetings with Egyptian officials and the Arab League Secretary General Nabil El-Araby to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process
Germany are set to face what is widely regarded as their toughest opponent in Group C of Euro 2016 in France. A victory over Poland would see “Die Mannschaft” take a big step towards the knockout stage.
Against the backdrop of Euro 2016, nationwide strikes are washing over France as workers protest labor market reforms making it easier to hire and fire employees. Even the Eiffel Tower was closed because of the walkouts.
France left it late against Romania, but it was worth the wait for the home fans as Dimitri Payet produced a stunning late winner in the Euro 2016 opener in Paris.
The wait is almost over. The first-ever 24-team European football championships will get underway this evening as hosts France face Romania. Here’s what to expect from this proverbial David v Goliath clash.
With France ready to take on Romania in the opening game of Euro 2016 in Paris, captain Hugo Lloris says he and his teammates are ready for ‘the competition of their careers’.
A French court has convicted and fined the US company and two of its executives for deceptive commercial practices and illegal business activity, while a court in Germany maintained a ban of the firm’s UberPop app
The president met on Monday with Defence Minister Sedki Sobhi, who briefed him on receiving the Mistral-class warship
The 2002 Arab initiative ‘still has all elements for a comprehensive settlement’, says Saudi foreign minister
In two separate reports, the central banks of Germany and France are seeing Europe’s two biggest economies on a firm footing over the next few years, although cutting their growth forecasts slightly.
The new warships will enable Egypt to perform crucial military operations, says head of naval forces
The EgyptAir flight crashed into the Mediterranean last Thursday, killing all 66 people onboard
The government is negotiating with American companies to purchase the device, and is also in talks to buy a new submarine able to reach a depth of 4,000 metres
France’s economy is recovering at a pace insufficient to combat high unemployment – and the government may need to extend its already unpopular labor reforms, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned.
The European Commission has revised downward its expectations for economic expansion in the 19-member eurozone. Its spring outlook revealed particular concerns about developments in Spain and France.
French Development Agency will provide €100m to finance new wind farms and the Delta Electricity Control Centre
Sixty French businessmen will accompany the president during his visit, says Parant
Panama’s president initially took a hostile position to French demands of cooperation over the ‘Panama Papers.’ But a phone call has changed the tone, with the prospect of talks.
Foreign fighters are motivated by “excitement” and “social exclusion felt in Europe,” a report commissioned for the EU presidency says. Germany has ranked in the top four origin countries for those fighting abroad.
New contract agrees to purchase of 60,000 tonnes of wheat from France at $189.2 per tonne, in comparison to $185.4 per tonne agreement last month
Google has decried demands to expand the reach of the European Court of Justice’s “right to be forgotten” ruling. France’s data protection agency said citizens have the right to privacy as enshrined in international law.
France’s agriculture ministry has said a cow in the Ardennes region tested positive for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), also known as mad cow disease. It’s the third confirmed case in Europe since 2015.