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Paris judge allows Hopi masks auction  An auction of masks originating from a native American tribe in Arizona has begun in Paris, after a legal challenge to stop the sale failed French 75% tax rate struck down  France's constitutional council has struck down a top income tax rate of 75% introduced by Socialist President Francois Hollande Pension reform bill set for final vote  National Assembly is set to take a final vote on a controversial bill, with President Sarkozy hoping it will bring an end to a series of damaging strikes Anger as France passes pension bill
  Hollande seeks tough race hate laws  French President Francois Hollande has laid out proposals to strengthen laws on anti-Semitic, racist and homophobic hate crimes French MPs approve prostitution bill  French MPs have approved a bill that will penalise anyone paying for sex. The bill was adopted by a vote of 268 to 138   Hollande to sign gay marriage bill  France's president is to sign into law a controversial bill that will make the country the eighth in Europe, and 14th globally, to legalise gay marriage France approves gay marriage law

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  France has become the 14th country to approve a law allowing gay marriage. The bil was passed by 321 votes to 225 in the French parliament

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  France's lower house of parliament has passed a controversial reform bill which will raise the minimum pension age from 60 to 62 by 2018

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  President Chirac has announced that the new law that sparked weeks violent protests will be scrapped
Apr.5 Unions press for law repeal
  Union leaders will press for a full repeal of a controversial new labor law in talks with the government

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Nov.14 Cabinet seeks to extend crisis law
  The cabinet is to ask parliament to extend by 3 months a state of emergency aimed at tackling unrest

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