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B. 2018-03-31 French armed officers spark Italy migrant row Turin
2. 2018-03-29 Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial Paris
2018-03-21 Sarkozy charged in connection with alleged Libyan funding Paris
4. 2017-12-10 Netanyahu slams Erdogan for claiming Israel is 'terrorist state' Paris
F. 2017-12-04 Jerusalem: New warnings over US shift on city status France
G. 2017-10-13 Global powers stand by pact despite Trump threat France
H. 2017-07-16 Netanyahu in Paris to commemorate Vel d'Hiv deportation of Jews
I. 2017-07-04 EU's Juncker calls empty European Parliament 'ridiculous' European Parliament, Strasbourg, France

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Sarkozy charged in connection with alleged Libyan funding. Paris   Macron defeats Le Pen to become president


March 2018 ... more > Top ^
Mar. 31  French armed officers spark Italy migrant row
Mar. 29  Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial
Mar. 21


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June 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jun.18  Macron's party wins clear parliamentary majority


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May.7  
  Paris: Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron has decisively won the French presidential election, defeating far-right candidate Marine Le Pen
 Macron won by 66.06% to 33.94% to become, at 39, the country's youngest president and the first president from outside the two traditional main parties since the modern republic's foundation
May.5  Macron condemns 'massive' hacking attack May.3  French election: Macron 'most convincing' in final debate

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Apr.23 Macron and Le Pen 'through to run-off'. Paris

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Jan.14  Israel-Palestinian conflict: France holds world summit

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December 2016 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1  Francois Hollande decides not to run again

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Nov.27  Fillon wins conservative candidacy

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Oct.26  Jungle camp cleared

year 2015 Top ^

Dec.13 French far right National Front routed in key vote
Dec.12  COP21: Paris climate deal is 'best chance to save planet' Dec.6  National Front leads in regional polls Nov.30  Russia says Turkey 'shot down plane for IS oil' Aug.20  French National Front expels founder Jean-Marie Le Pen Jan.13  New issue Charlie Hebdo published Jan.11 Charlie Hebdo: Vast Paris rally for France unity

year 2014 Top ^

Aug.3  French and German leaders mark WW1 anniversary Jul.1  Sarkozy held over influence claims Jun.6  D-Day anniversary: Veterans mark historic invasion May.25 Eurosceptic 'earthquake' rocks EU
Mar.30  US-Russia deadlock on Ukraine crisis Jan.25  Hollande confirms Trierweiler split

year 2013 Top ^

Apr.23  France approves gay marriage law Jan.3  Depardieu 'now a Russian citizen'

year 2012 Top ^

May.6 Sarkozy concedes to Hollande
. Paris Feb.22  Two Western journalists killed in Syria

year 2011 Top ^

May.14   IMF head questioned over 'attack'
  New York: The head of the IMF, Dominique Strass-Kahn, 62, is being questioned by New York police over an alleged sex attack on a hotel maid
 He was taken off an Air France plane at JFK airport minutes before it left for Paris. The married former finance minister is considered a Socialist candidate for the presidency


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Jul.12  France hosts Mediterranean summit Apr.7  Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed' Olympic torch extinguished. Paris

year 2007 Top ^

May.6 Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election
. Paris

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Oct.12  French in Armenia 'genocide' row Mar.18  Labor law protests turn violent

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.8  Government declared state of emergency Jun.17  EU 'in crisis' over talks failure May.29  French voters reject EU charter

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.10 Arafat died
. Paris Oct.29  Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris Feb.10  MPs back headscarf ban

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Apr.21  Shock success for Le Pen
before year 2000
Jan. 27, 1973   Vietnam War cease-fire signed
Map of The Peninsula Paris Paris France
  Paris: The Paris Peace Accords ended direct U.S. military combat, and temporarily stopped the fighting between North and South Vietnam
Dec. 21, 1958   Charles De Gaulle elected President of Fifth French Republic
  Paris: De Gaulle oversaw tough economic measures to revitalise the country and rebuffed both the United States and the Soviet Union
Oct. 5, 1958 Constitution of Fifth French Republic
. Paris Jul. 2, 1940     Vichy Government set up in France Map of Vichy France
  Southern France: It was the pro-Axis government headed by Marshal Philippe Pétain from 1940 to 1944 during World War II
Sep. 30, 1938     Munich Agreement signed
Map of Munich  A settlement permitting Nazi Germany's annexation of portions of Czechoslovakia along the country's borders. 'Sudetenland' was coined Feb. 6, 1934 The Stavisky riots in Paris Jan. 10, 1920 Treaty of Versailles ratified in Paris Sep. 10, 1919   Treaty of St. Germain signed Map of Ch%E2teau de Saint-Germain-en-Laye France  The Treaty was signed by the victorious Allies of World War I on the one hand and by the Republic of German-Austria on the other Jun. 28, 1919     Treaty of Versailles signed Map of Palace of Versailles France  One of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers Apr. 28, 1919 League of Nations founded  Paris: It was an intergovernmental organisation founded as a result of the Paris Peace Conference that ended the First World War Nov. 11, 1918 Armistice ends World War I Map of Forest of Compi%E8gne France  The armistice between the Allies and Germany was the agreement that ended the fighting in western Europe that comprised the First World War Nov. 9, 1917   Georges Clemenceau became Premier of France  Paris: Unlike his predecessors, he discouraged internal disagreement and called for peace among the senior politicians Dec. 9, 1905 Separation of church and state in France. Paris Apr. 8, 1904   Entente Cordiale signed by England and France  London: A series of agreements between the United Kingdom and France, marking the start of the alliance against Germany and Austria-Hungary Jan. 13, 1898   Emile Zola publishes J'accuse  Paris: He was a major figure in the political liberalization of France and in the exoneration of the falsely accused and convicted officer Alfred D... Nov. 22, 1890 Charles De Gaulle born   A French general, resistant, writer and statesman. He was the leader of Free France. He founded the Fifth Republic Oct. 28, 1886   Statue of Liberty dedicated   Manhattan: The copper statue was built by Gustave Eiffel. It was a gift to the United States from the people of France Jan. 11, 1883 France and Great Britain abandon joint control of Egypt Jan. 14, 1875 Albert Schweitzer born Jan. 9, 1873  Emperor Louis Napoleon Bonaparte III died May. 10, 1871  Treaty of Frankfurt ends Franco-Prussian War Sep. 4, 1870   Third Republic proclaimed in France  Paris: The early days of the Third Republic were dominated by the Franco-Prussian War, which the Republic continued to wage Feb. 24, 1848  King Louis Philippe abdicated Dec. 11, 1848 Louis Napoleon elected President of Second Republic of France. Paris Sep. 28, 1841  George Clemenceau born Aug. 7, 1830  Louis Philippe accepted crown of France May. 5, 1821 Napoleon Bonaparte died on St. Helena. United Kingdom Sep. 26, 1815     Holy Alliance between Russia, Austria, and Prussia  Paris: A coalition created by the monarchist great powers of Russia, Austria and Prussia. It was created after the ultimate defeat of Napoleon Aug. 8, 1815  Napoleon Bonaparte leaves for St. Helena Oct. 13, 1815  Joachim Murat, King of Two Sicilies, executed Apr. 11, 1814   Napoleon Bonaparte abdicated and Treaty of Fontainebleau signed   Paris: In the Treaty of Fontainebleau, the victors exiled him to Elba, an island of 12,000 inhabitants in the Mediterranean Dec. 2, 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte crowned Emperor by the Pope. Paris Apr. 30, 1803     USA purchased Louisiana from France  The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition of the Louisiana territory. The U.S. paid fifty million francs ($11,250,000 USD) and a cancellation... Mar. 27, 1802 Treaty of Amiens Feb. 9, 1801  Peace of Luneville Mar. 9, 1796  Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine marry Jul. 28, 1794 Maximilien Mavie Isidore Robespierre guillotined. Paris Oct. 16, 1793 Marie Antoinette guillotined. Paris Jan. 21, 1793 Louis XVI guillotined   Paris: He was tried by the National Convention, found guilty of high treason, and executed by as a desacralized French citizen known as 'Citizen Louis... Aug. 26, 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man adopted. Paris May. 5, 1789 Estates General meet in France. Paris Sep. 3, 1783   Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution  By representatives between Great Britain and the nations that supported the American cause: France, Spain and the Dutch Republic Aug. 15, 1769 Napoleon Bonaparte born   Southern France: Born to Carlo Maria di Buonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino in his family's ancestral home, in Ajaccio, the capital of the island of Corsica Apr. 22, 1769  Mme. DuBarry becomes official mistress of Louis XV Feb. 10, 1763 Peace of Paris ceded Canada to Britain Aug. 23, 1754  Louis XVI born Sep. 17, 1743  Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat Condorcet born Nov. 21, 1694 Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire born. Paris Oct. 18, 1685  Edict of Nantes revoked by Louis XIV Dec. 19, 1683  King Philip V of Spain born Dec. 4, 1642  Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu died Sep. 5, 1638 King Louis XIV born. Paris Sep. 27, 1627  Bishop Bossuet born Nov. 25, 1616  Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu becomes Secretary of State May. 14, 1610  Henry IV of France assassinated Apr. 13, 1598  Edict of Nantes promulgated Dec. 23, 1588  Murder of Henry, Duke of Guise Sep. 9, 1585  Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu born Apr. 3, 1559 Peace of Cateau-Cambresis ending Habsburg-Valois Wars Aug. 3, 1529  Treaty of Cambrai Jun. 4, 1520  Henry VIII and Francis I meet on Field of Cloth of Gold Jul. 10, 1509  John Calvin born Jan. 5, 1477  Defeat and death of Charles the Bold May. 30, 1431  Jeanne of Arc, burned at the stake Jan. 6, 1412  Joan of Arc born Jan. 17, 1377  End of Papal Babylonian Captivity Jan. 6, 1367  Richard II, King of England, born Apr. 25, 1214  St. Louis (King Louis IX) born Jul. 13, 1191  Acre taken by Crusaders Aug. 20, 1153  St. Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux died May. 18, 1152  Marriage of Henry II and Eleanor Mar. 31, 1146  St. Bernard preaches Second Crusade Apr. 21, 1142  Peter Abelard died Jun. 25, 1115  Foundation of Clairvaux Nov. 27, 1095 Pope Urban II preaches First Crusade   Southern France: The First Crusade (1096–1099) was the first of a number of crusades that attempted to capture the Holy Lands called by Pope Urban II


  Vichy Government set up in France Map of Vichy France




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Jul. 2, 1940
  Southern France: It was the pro-Axis government headed by Marshal Philippe Pétain from 1940 to 1944 during World War II




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2017 Jun.18  Macron's party wins clear parliamentary majority May.7   Macron defeats Le Pen to become president
  Paris: Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron has decisively won the French presidential election, defeating far-right candidate Marine Le Pen
 Macron won by 66.06% to 33.94% to become, at 39, the country's youngest president and the first president from outside the two traditional main parties since the modern republic's foundation
May.5  Macron condemns 'massive' hacking attack May.3  French election: Macron 'most convincing' in final debate Apr.23 Macron and Le Pen 'through to run-off'
. Paris 2016 Dec.1  Francois Hollande decides not to run again Nov.27  Fillon wins conservative candidacy 2015 Dec.13 French far right National Front routed in key vote Dec.6  National Front leads in regional polls 2014 May.25 Eurosceptic 'earthquake' rocks EU 2012 May.6 Sarkozy concedes to Hollande. Paris 2007 May.6 Nicolas Sarkozy wins presidential election. Paris 2005 May.29  French voters reject EU charter 2002 Apr.21  Shock success for Le Pen 1958 Dec. 21, 1958 Charles De Gaulle elected President of Fifth French Republic
  Paris: De Gaulle oversaw tough economic measures to revitalise the country and rebuffed both the United States and the Soviet Union
1848 Dec. 11, 1848 Louis Napoleon elected President of Second Republic of France
. Paris



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2018 Mar. 31  French armed officers spark Italy migrant row



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2005 Nov.8  Government declared state of emergency 1958 Oct. 5, 1958 Constitution of Fifth French Republic
. Paris 1870 Sep. 4, 1870 Third Republic proclaimed in France  Paris: The early days of the Third Republic were dominated by the Franco-Prussian War, which the Republic continued to wage 1803 Apr. 30, 1803   USA purchased Louisiana from France  The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition of the Louisiana territory. The U.S. paid fifty million francs ($11,250,000 USD) and a cancellation...



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2015 Dec.12  COP21: Paris climate deal is 'best chance to save planet'



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1905 tr> Dec. 9, 1905 Separation of church and state in France
. Paris 1875 Jan. 14, 1875 Albert Schweitzer born 1879 Oct. 18, 1685  Edict of Nantes revoked by Louis XIV 1873 Sep. 27, 1627  Bishop Bossuet born 1869 Sep. 9, 1585  Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu born 1861 Jul. 10, 1509  John Calvin born 1848 Jan. 17, 1377  End of Papal Babylonian Captivity 1830 Jul. 13, 1191  Acre taken by Crusaders 1825 Mar. 31, 1146  St. Bernard preaches Second Crusade 1822 Jun. 25, 1115  Foundation of Clairvaux 1820 Nov. 27, 1095 Pope Urban II preaches First Crusade   Southern France: The First Crusade (1096–1099) was the first of a number of crusades that attempted to capture the Holy Lands called by Pope Urban II



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2015 Jan.13  New issue Charlie Hebdo published 2012 Feb.22  Two Western journalists killed in Syria



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2014 Aug.3  French and German leaders mark WW1 anniversary Jun.6  D-Day anniversary: Veterans mark historic invasion



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2008 Jul.12  France hosts Mediterranean summit



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2016 Oct.26  Jungle camp cleared 2013 Jan.3  Depardieu 'now a Russian citizen'



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1973 Jan. 27, 1973   Vietnam War cease-fire signed
Map of The Peninsula Paris Paris France
  Paris: The Paris Peace Accords ended direct U.S. military combat, and temporarily stopped the fighting between North and South Vietnam
1938 Sep. 30, 1938   Munich Agreement signed Map of Munich  A settlement permitting Nazi Germany's annexation of portions of Czechoslovakia along the country's borders. 'Sudetenland' was coined 1920 Jan. 10, 1920 Treaty of Versailles ratified in Paris 1919 Sep. 10, 1919   Treaty of St. Germain signed Map of Ch%E2teau de Saint-Germain-en-Laye France  The Treaty was signed by the victorious Allies of World War I on the one hand and by the Republic of German-Austria on the other Jun. 28, 1919   Treaty of Versailles signed Map of Palace of Versailles France  One of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers 1918 Nov. 11, 1918 Armistice ends World War I Map of Forest of Compi%E8gne France  The armistice between the Allies and Germany was the agreement that ended the fighting in western Europe that comprised the First World War 1904 tr> Apr. 8, 1904 Entente Cordiale signed by England and France  London: A series of agreements between the United Kingdom and France, marking the start of the alliance against Germany and Austria-Hungary 1871 May. 10, 1871  Treaty of Frankfurt ends Franco-Prussian War 1815 Sep. 26, 1815   Holy Alliance between Russia, Austria, and Prussia  Paris: A coalition created by the monarchist great powers of Russia, Austria and Prussia. It was created after the ultimate defeat of Napoleon 1802 Mar. 27, 1802 Treaty of Amiens 1801 Feb. 9, 1801  Peace of Luneville 1889 Sep. 3, 1783   Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution  By representatives between Great Britain and the nations that supported the American cause: France, Spain and the Dutch Republic 1887 Feb. 10, 1763 Peace of Paris ceded Canada to Britain 1866 Apr. 3, 1559 Peace of Cateau-Cambresis ending Habsburg-Valois Wars 1863 Aug. 3, 1529  Treaty of Cambrai



France, Politics Visit Timeline ... See World Visit timeline Top ^
2004 Oct.29  Ailing Arafat arrives in Paris



France, Politics Human Rights Timeline ... See World Human Rights timeline Top ^
1898 Jan. 13, 1898 Emile Zola publishes J'accuse  Paris: He was a major figure in the political liberalization of France and in the exoneration of the falsely accused and convicted officer Alfred D... 1886 Oct. 28, 1886 Statue of Liberty dedicated   Manhattan: The copper statue was built by Gustave Eiffel. It was a gift to the United States from the people of France 1889 Aug. 26, 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man adopted
. Paris 1880 Nov. 21, 1694 Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire born. Paris 1870 Apr. 13, 1598  Edict of Nantes promulgated



France, Politics Talks Timeline ... See World Talks timeline Top ^
2017 Jan.14  Israel-Palestinian conflict: France holds world summit 2014 Mar.30  US-Russia deadlock on Ukraine crisis 2005 Jun.17  EU 'in crisis' over talks failure 1862 Jun. 4, 1520  Henry VIII and Francis I meet on Field of Cloth of Gold



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2018 Mar. 29  Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial Mar. 21 Sarkozy charged in connection with alleged Libyan funding
. Paris 2015 Aug.20  French National Front expels founder Jean-Marie Le Pen 2014 Jul.1  Sarkozy held over influence claims Jan.25  Hollande confirms Trierweiler split 2011 May.14   IMF head questioned over 'attack'
  New York: The head of the IMF, Dominique Strass-Kahn, 62, is being questioned by New York police over an alleged sex attack on a hotel maid
 He was taken off an Air France plane at JFK airport minutes before it left for Paris. The married former finance minister is considered a Socialist candidate for the presidency
1917 Nov. 9, 1917 Georges Clemenceau became Premier of France  Paris: Unlike his predecessors, he discouraged internal disagreement and called for peace among the senior politicians 1890 Nov. 22, 1890 Charles De Gaulle born   A French general, resistant, writer and statesman. He was the leader of Free France. He founded the Fifth Republic 1841 Sep. 28, 1841  George Clemenceau born 1890 Mar. 9, 1796  Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine marry Jul. 28, 1794 Maximilien Mavie Isidore Robespierre guillotined
. Paris 1887 Aug. 15, 1769 Napoleon Bonaparte born   Southern France: Born to Carlo Maria di Buonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino in his family's ancestral home, in Ajaccio, the capital of the island of Corsica 1885 Sep. 17, 1743  Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat Condorcet born 1872 Nov. 25, 1616  Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu becomes Secretary of State 1852 Jan. 6, 1412  Joan of Arc born



France, Politics Royal Timeline ... See World Royal timeline Top ^
2008 Apr.7  Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed' 1848 Feb. 24, 1848  King Louis Philippe abdicated 1830 Aug. 7, 1830  Louis Philippe accepted crown of France 1821 May. 5, 1821 Napoleon Bonaparte died on St. Helena
. United Kingdom 1815 Aug. 8, 1815  Napoleon Bonaparte leaves for St. Helena Oct. 13, 1815  Joachim Murat, King of Two Sicilies, executed 1814 Apr. 11, 1814 Napoleon Bonaparte abdicated and Treaty of Fontainebleau signed   Paris: In the Treaty of Fontainebleau, the victors exiled him to Elba, an island of 12,000 inhabitants in the Mediterranean 1804 Dec. 2, 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte crowned Emperor by the Pope. Paris 1890 Oct. 16, 1793 Marie Antoinette guillotined. Paris Jan. 21, 1793 Louis XVI guillotined   Paris: He was tried by the National Convention, found guilty of high treason, and executed by as a desacralized French citizen known as 'Citizen Louis... 1887 Apr. 22, 1769  Mme. DuBarry becomes official mistress of Louis XV 1886 Aug. 23, 1754  Louis XVI born 1879 Dec. 19, 1683  King Philip V of Spain born 1874 Sep. 5, 1638 King Louis XIV born. Paris 1871 May. 14, 1610  Henry IV of France assassinated 1869 Dec. 23, 1588  Murder of Henry, Duke of Guise 1847 Jan. 6, 1367  Richard II, King of England, born 1832 Apr. 25, 1214  St. Louis (King Louis IX) born 1826 May. 18, 1152  Marriage of Henry II and Eleanor



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2015 Jan.11 Charlie Hebdo: Vast Paris rally for France unity
2008 Apr.7 Olympic torch extinguished. Paris 2006 Mar.18  Labor law protests turn violent 1934 Feb. 6, 1934 The Stavisky riots in Paris



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2013 Apr.23  France approves gay marriage law



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2004 Nov.10 Arafat died
. Paris 1873 Jan. 9, 1873  Emperor Louis Napoleon Bonaparte III died 1875 Dec. 4, 1642  Armand Jean du Plessis Richelieu died 1858 Jan. 5, 1477  Defeat and death of Charles the Bold 1854 May. 30, 1431  Jeanne of Arc, burned at the stake 1826 Aug. 20, 1153  St. Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux died 1825 Apr. 21, 1142  Peter Abelard died



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2006 Oct.12  French in Armenia 'genocide' row 2004 Feb.10  MPs back headscarf ban 1889 May. 5, 1789 Estates General meet in France
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