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No. 1 seed Hewitt ousted  Top-seeded was knocked out of the French Open by Guillermo Canas in a 6-7 (1), 7-6 (13), 6-4, 6-3 loss Serena wins French Open over sister  (3) Serena Williams bt (2) Venus Williams 7-5 6-3. It was the second time that the two sisters had met in a Grand Slam final   Centre-right 'heading for victory'  President Jacques Chirac's coalition government has made a strong showing in the first round of the parliamentary elections Costa beats Ferrero for French Open title  Costa won using steady tennis and benefitting from the error-filled play of Juan Carlos Ferrero for a 6-1, 6-0, 4-6, 6-3 victory   Chirac to begin assembling government  President has promised to deliver tax cuts, streamline the civil service, reform pensions and combat crime Chirac gunman 'is neo-Nazi'
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Thousands demonstrate against Le Pen  Country has been convulsed by the unexpected success of the far-right politician in the first round of the presidential election Fury at Le Pen intensifies  Police in Paris have fired tear gas after 100,000 people demonstrated across France against the success of far-right politician   Chirac wins elections by a landslide
8 dead in shooting  A gunman opened fire with an automatic weapon at Nanterre town hall as people were leaving a local council meeting   Shock success for Le Pen

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  Early results suggest Jean Marie Le Pen is through to the second round to face the incumbent President Chirac on 5 May

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  Voters surged to the polls to keep out far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen. The incumbent has won about 80% of the vote

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  The man pulled out a rifle at Bastille Day parade just after President passed by. One shot was fired
Jul.28     Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event

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Oct.5   Paris mayor stabbed
  An attacker stabbed Bertrand Delanoe in the abdomen at city hall, where a late-night concert had been organized

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Dec.29   Weapons find sparks Paris airport arrest
  Police have arrested a baggage handler after automatic weapons, plastic explosives and a detonator were found

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