Remember Who Am I to Judge? Vatican Silent on Frances Gay Appointee
You are either damned if you do—like when he speaks his mind—or damned if you don't, as in the latest scandal rattling the Vatican, in which Pope Francis stands accused of nixing France's ambassadorial candidate to the Holy See because he is gay.
France still waiting on Vatican response to ambassador's nominationCatholic Culture
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France risks Brussels ire with reduced structural budget cuts
France has targeted lower structural budget cuts than those requested by Brussels, at the risk of reigniting tensions with the European Commission over the country's finances. Michel Sapin, finance minister, on Wednesday disclosed new pledges to narrow ...
UPDATE 1-France challenges EU structural deficit targetsReuters
France challenges EU structural deficit targetsReuters UK
France unveils multibillion euro saving plan to cut budget deficitPress TV
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French public radio has been on strike for a month. And that has only boosted ... - Washington Post (blog)
French public radio has been on strike for a month. And that has only boosted ...
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There hasn't been a lack of major news events in France last month — including important local elections and the Germanwings plane crash in Seyne-les-Alpes — but most employees of the country's main radio network opted to not cover any of those stories.
Protracted French Radio Strike Shows Challenges of ReformABC News
Month-long strike at French public broadcaster endsFRANCE 24
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UK economy overtakes France to become second largest in the EU
Britain has overtaken France to become the second biggest economy in Europe, figures showed yesterday. The UK clocked up growth of 2.8 per cent in 2014 – the strongest in the Group of Seven industrialised nations and seven times higher than France's ...
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Based on its interviews of survivors who arrived in Reggio Calabria in southern Italy, Save the Children said that 400 people may have drowned.
Cuba welcomes as "fair" a US vow to remove it from a list of state sponsors of terrorism, saying it should not have been there in the first place.
China's economic growth slowed further in the three months to March this year, expanding 7% compared to a year earlier, in line with most expectations.
US firm SpaceX fails in its third attempt to retrieve a booster rocket intact, after an otherwise successful launch.
While some families fled eastern Ukraine because of the military conflict, many of the elderly stayed behind and now face a desperate shortage of health care.
The SpaceX supply ship is on its way to the ISS with a supply of groceries and a specially designed espresso machine.
Authorities in Japan investigate after an Asiana Airlines flight skids off a runway in Hiroshima, injuring at least 20 people.
Air France Flight 6738 makes emergency landing in Halifax
An Air France cargo jet with three people on board has landed safely at Halifax's Stanfield International Airport after declaring an emergency. Flight 6738 departed from Paris on Tuesday evening and was scheduled to land in Chicago. Around 9 p.m. AT, ...
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More than 200,000 people in south-east Mexico are without water, after an oil spill caused by thieves puncturing a pipeline polluted two rivers.
Europe’s antitrust chief is expected to accuse the search giant of using its dominant position to favor its own services, a case that could force a change in its practices.
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The historic handshake between Barack Obama and Raul Castro summed up a mood of optimism at the Summit of the Americas, Vanessa Buschschluter says.
Some countries are trying to modernise their arsenals of nuclear weapons raising questions about their commitment to disarm.
The BBC's Jane Corbin travelled through Iraq and Syria to investigate the plight of Christians as hundreds of thousands flee Islamic militancy in the region.
US crime writer James Patterson increases his donation to independent UK bookshops by £250,000.
The WHO is urging recovered Ebola survivors to be even more cautious during sexual contact to make sure the virus is not passed on to partners.