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  G20 talks seek eurozone progress  Finance ministers of the G20 group of nations are meeting in Paris to continue talks on solving the eurozone debt crisis   Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles  The leaders of Europe's two most important economies meet Tuesday to try to help the battered euro Conditions improve at European airports   Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid Paris cancels half of flights Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Part of airport was evacuated due to the snow on the roof, and hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid Severe weather snarls Europe travel. London French unions stage last-ditch strikes Strikes cost hundreds of millions a day French unions call more strike days  Unions called for two more days of protests against government plans to raise the retirement age, as lawmakers try to make the proposal law Paris airport fuel running short   France's main airport, Charles de Gaulle, has enough fuel to last only a few days, amid strikes against government plans French trader Kerviel faces court French unease at telecom suicides France to relax Sunday shopping ban Air France pays $24.5K to victims' families Air France CEO disputes crash theory  Pierre-Henri Gourgeon: There should be no assumed link between on-board speed sensors and the crash of Flight 447 into the Atlantic last wee... Huge crowds join French strikes
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France cracks down on Uber service after protests  France's interior minister has ordered a ban on the low-cost car-sharing service UberPOP after a day of nationwide protests by taxi drivers Greece Finance Minister: 'Europe comes first' French police quiz tycoon Dassault Bullet train service linking Spain-France opens Fire damages Abercrombie & Fitch's Paris flagship France back into recession French 75% tax rate struck down   Continental cleared over Concorde crash  A French appeals court has cleared US airline Continental of criminal blame for the July 2000 crash of a Concorde jet shortly after take-off... Sarkozy sets out 'Robin Hood' tax France, Germany outline fiscal pact
Louvre to close as Seine rises further Map of Louvre Paris France


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  The world's most visited museum, the Louvre in Paris, is to close on Friday amid worsening flooding caused by days of torrential rain


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  Ahead of a key summit, the leaders of France and Germany agreed on a new fiscal pact that they say will help prevent another debt crisis

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  Huge crowds have taken to the streets to protest over the handling of the economic crisis, causing disruption to rail and air services.    A day of strikes dubbed 'Black Thursday' looked more like 'Gray Thursd...


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Oct.12 European banks rescue plan agreed
  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail Oct.11 EU chiefs confront markets crisis
  The 15 eurozone leaders are to meet to try to establish a common approach to the financial crisis follow up and execute upon a G7 plan
Oct.4 No banks bail-out fund for Europe   France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fund EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis  European leaders are meeting to discuss their approach to global financial crisis. Sarkozy planned to meet Brown, Merkel, and Berlusconi Jul.25   Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO allies to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the e... Mar.12 Second SocGen employee detained Jan.30 Societe Generale CEO keep jobs Jan.28 Trader 'concealed deals' Jan.27 Trader 'staked 50bn euros' Jan.24 Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn
  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros
Jan.11 Cecilia Sarkozy fails to ban book

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Nov.21 Talks fail to end strike   French commuters are facing a 9th day of travel chaos as a country-wide strike by transport workers continues Nov.20 Sarkozy defiant against strikers
Nov.13 Transport workers on strike   It's a second major showdown with President Sarkozy over his plan to reform pension

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Apr.4 More than 1 million protest jobs law   France: Protesters are hoping to kill a new law that will allow employers to more easily hire and fire young workers

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Nov.21 Railworkers begin strike


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Nov.7   Concorde back in business
  Air France Concorde, with 92 passengers took off from Paris for the flight to New York Aug.24   French Concorde makes test flight  Concorde took off from Paris and flew out over the Atlantic to verify technical systems


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C. 2015-06-25 France cracks down on Uber service after protests Paris
D. 2015-02-01 Greece Finance Minister: 'Europe comes first' Paris
E. 2013-12-15 Bullet train service linking Spain-France opens Paris
5. 2013-11-24 Fire damages Abercrombie & Fitch's Paris flagship Paris
G. 2013-05-15 France back into recession Paris
H. 2012-12-29 French 75% tax rate struck down Paris
8. 2012-11-29 Continental cleared over Concorde crash Paris



    
    

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Cecilia Sarkozy fails to ban book Greece Finance Minister: 'Europe comes first' French 75% tax rate struck down Sarkozy sets out 'Robin Hood' tax France, Germany outline fiscal pact




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  Ahead of a key summit, the leaders of France and Germany agreed on a new fiscal pact that they say will help prevent another debt crisis
Oct.14   G20 talks seek eurozone progress  Finance ministers of the G20 group of nations are meeting in Paris to continue talks on solving the eurozone debt crisis Aug.16   Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles  The leaders of Europe's two most important economies meet Tuesday to try to help the battered euro 2008 Oct.12 European banks rescue plan agreed
  European leaders meeting have agreed a plan to tackle the banking crisis, saying no big institution will be allowed to fail Oct.11 EU chiefs confront markets crisis
  The 15 eurozone leaders are to meet to try to establish a common approach to the financial crisis follow up and execute upon a G7 plan
Oct.4 No banks bail-out fund for Europe
  France, Britain, Germany and Italy have agreed to work together to support financial institutions - but without forming a joint bail-out fund Oct.4 EU leaders meet to discuss credit crisis  European leaders are meeting to discuss their approach to global financial crisis. Sarkozy planned to meet Brown, Merkel, and Berlusconi Jul.25   Obama links NATO troops to U.S. tax cuts  Barack Obama said that persuading NATO allies to contribute more troops to Afghanistan could lead to U.S. troops cuts and help improve the e... Mar.12 Second SocGen employee detained Jan.28 Trader 'concealed deals' Jan.27 Trader 'staked 50bn euros' Jan.24 Rogue trader to cost SocGen $7bn
  Bank Societe Generale as uncovered 'massive' fraud by a trader which resulted in a loss of 4.9bn euros




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2012 Nov.29   Continental cleared over Concorde crash  A French appeals court has cleared US airline Continental of criminal blame for the July 2000 crash of a Concorde jet shortly after take-off... 2010 Dec.25 Conditions improve at European airports   Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid Dec.24 Paris cancels half of flights
Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Part of airport was evacuated due to the snow on the roof, and hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid Dec.19 Severe weather snarls Europe travel. London Oct.16 Paris airport fuel running short   France's main airport, Charles de Gaulle, has enough fuel to last only a few days, amid strikes against government plans 2009 Jun.20 Air France pays $24.5K to victims' families Jun.11 Air France CEO disputes crash theory  Pierre-Henri Gourgeon: There should be no assumed link between on-board speed sensors and the crash of Flight 447 into the Atlantic last wee... 2001 Nov.7   Concorde back in business  Air France Concorde, with 92 passengers took off from Paris for the flight to New York Aug.24   French Concorde makes test flight  Concorde took off from Paris and flew out over the Atlantic to verify technical systems



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2013 Nov.24 Fire damages Abercrombie & Fitch's Paris flagship
2009 Jul.23 France to relax Sunday shopping ban



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2013 Dec.15 Bullet train service linking Spain-France opens




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2014 Feb.19 French police quiz tycoon Dassault
2008 Jan.30 Societe Generale CEO keep jobs



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2015 Jun.25 France cracks down on Uber service after protests  France's interior minister has ordered a ban on the low-cost car-sharing service UberPOP after a day of nationwide protests by taxi drivers



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2013 May.15 France back into recession




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2010 Jun.7 French trader Kerviel faces court




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2010 Oct.28 French unions stage last-ditch strikes
Oct.25 Strikes cost hundreds of millions a day Oct.21 French unions call more strike days  Unions called for two more days of protests against government plans to raise the retirement age, as lawmakers try to make the proposal law 2009 Sep.12 French unease at telecom suicides Jan.29 Huge crowds join French strikes
  Huge crowds have taken to the streets to protest over the handling of the economic crisis, causing disruption to rail and air services.    A day of strikes dubbed 'Black Thursday' looked more like 'Gray Thursd...
2007 Nov.21 Talks fail to end strike   French commuters are facing a 9th day of travel chaos as a country-wide strike by transport workers continues Nov.20 Sarkozy defiant against strikers
Nov.13 Transport workers on strike   It's a second major showdown with President Sarkozy over his plan to reform pension 2006 Apr.4 More than 1 million protest jobs law   France: Protesters are hoping to kill a new law that will allow employers to more easily hire and fire young workers 2005 Nov.21 Railworkers begin strike



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2016 Jun.2 Louvre to close as Seine rises further
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  The world's most visited museum, the Louvre in Paris, is to close on Friday amid worsening flooding caused by days of torrential rain