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  Chirac set for government shakeup  French President appeared set to replace his prime minister after voters rejected a proposed constitution for the EU Villepin named new PM  President Chirac has appointed Interior Minister to replace Jean-Pierre Raffarin as prime minister Henin-Hardenne cruises into final Pierce reach final over Likhovtseva Henin wins French Open  Justine Henin-Hardenne strolled to her second French Open crown, defeating Mary Pierce 6-1 6-1 Nadal battles to French Open win  Spanish teenager defeated Argentine Mariano Puerta 6-7 6-3 6-1 7-5 Air show opens with Airbus Paris rule out London complaint Security boost for Bastille Day   Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win
Many killed in hotel fire  20 people have died and about 50 people have been injured in a fire in central Paris   Chirac makes case for EU treaty  President has taken part in a live TV debate to persuade to vote in favour of the proposed EU constitution Hotel fire toll tops 20 Champion Myskina beaten in opener French voters reject EU charter


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  By 56% voters have overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's proposed constitution in a key referendum
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  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title


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  A massive fire has swept through a 7-story building shortly after midnight
Aug.27 Fire survivors hold march Aug.29   Immigrants die in new fire  A building was housing African immigrants in the central Marais area

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Sep.3 Apartment fire near Paris kills 12
Sep.8 Report deepens Arafat death mystery

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Oct.26   Boys' electrocution starts riots
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  Reports say the boys were trying to evade police in Clichy-sous-Bois. The crowds blamed police for the deaths of the 2 boys
 The riots and violent clashes in October and November were involving mainly the burning of cars and public buildings by groups of youths. Events spread to poor housing projects in parts of France. The state of emergency was declared on November 8, and things went back to normal on November 17


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Nov.1   Sixth night of riots  In the troubled suburbs police is firing rubber bullets and tear gas as they faced down gangs of youths Nov.2     Chirac urges calm as riots spread  French President has warned of a 'dangerous situation' following a 6th night of violence in poor Paris suburbs Seventh night of violence
Nov.3 Gunfire as riots intensify   Rioters shoot at police  Youths shot at police and firefighters and attacked trains despite more than 1,000 riot police patrolling the streets Nov.5 Crisis talks over riots   Riots rage a 10th angry night  Arson fires burned in the central and southern parts of the nation. 2 schools in Grigny were set ablaze Nov.6 Unrest reaches French capital Chirac in crisis talks on riots     Chirac vows to punish rioters
  French President: The absolute priority is to reestablish security and public order Police shot by rioting mob Nov.7   Riots claim first victim  Jean-Jacques Le Chenadec, 61, who was beaten by an attacker as he tried to put out a trash can fire has died Nov.8 Anti-riot powers extended     Government declared state of emergency
  Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin: the republic 'at an hour of truth'
Nov.11   Paris bans weekend gatherings
  Police banned any gathering that might provoke disorder in city this weekend Nov.12 Paris on guard to prevent unrest Nov.14 Cabinet seeks to extend crisis law   Chirac vows firm action on unrest  French government decided to ask Parliament to extend emergency powers for 3 months to quell unrest Nov.15   Lawmakers back new powers  a draft law is extending emergency powers by 3 months to quell urban unrest Nov.16 Senate extends emergency Nov.21   Railworkers begin strike  The rail authority predicted major disruptions to national lines and Paris area commuter trains Nov.23     Chirac welcomes Merkel  Angela was making her first foreign trip as a new chancellor. Chirac thanked Merkel for making Paris her first stop Nov.29 PM: 'Urgent' reform needed

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Dec.1 6 cleared over child sex





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Unrest reaches French capital Many killed in hotel fire  20 people have died and about 50 people have been injured in a fire in central Paris Hotel fire toll tops 20   Apartment fire kills 16




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  A massive fire has swept through a 7-story building shortly after midnight
Aug.27 Fire survivors hold march
Aug.29 Immigrants die in new fire  A building was housing African immigrants in the central Marais area Sep.3 Apartment fire near Paris kills 12



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2005 Jun.13 Air show opens with Airbus
Nov.21 Railworkers begin strike  The rail authority predicted major disruptions to national lines and Paris area commuter trains



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2005 May.23 Champion Myskina beaten in opener
Jun.2 Henin-Hardenne cruises into final Jun.2 Pierce reach final over Likhovtseva Jun.4 Henin wins French Open  Justine Henin-Hardenne strolled to her second French Open crown, defeating Mary Pierce 6-1 6-1 Jun.5 Nadal battles to French Open win  Spanish teenager defeated Argentine Mariano Puerta 6-7 6-3 6-1 7-5 Jul.3 Paris rule out London complaint Jul.24   Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win
  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title




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2005 Oct.26 Boys' electrocution starts riots Map of Clichy-sous-Bois France
  Reports say the boys were trying to evade police in Clichy-sous-Bois. The crowds blamed police for the deaths of the 2 boys
 The riots and violent clashes in October and November were involving mainly the burning of cars and public buildings by groups of youths. Events spread to poor housing projects in parts of France. The state of emergency was declared on November 8, and things went back to normal on November 17
Nov.1 Sixth night of riots  In the troubled suburbs police is firing rubber bullets and tear gas as they faced down gangs of youths Nov.2 Seventh night of violence Nov.3 Gunfire as riots intensify Nov.3 Rioters shoot at police  Youths shot at police and firefighters and attacked trains despite more than 1,000 riot police patrolling the streets Nov.5 Riots rage a 10th angry night
  Arson fires burned in the central and southern parts of the nation. 2 schools in Grigny were set ablaze Nov.6 Police shot by rioting mob Nov.7 Riots claim first victim  Jean-Jacques Le Chenadec, 61, who was beaten by an attacker as he tried to put out a trash can fire has died Nov.8 Anti-riot powers extended Nov.11 Paris bans weekend gatherings  Police banned any gathering that might provoke disorder in city this weekend Nov.12 Paris on guard to prevent unrest Dec.1 6 cleared over child sex



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2005 Apr.14   Chirac makes case for EU treaty  President has taken part in a live TV debate to persuade to vote in favour of the proposed EU constitution May.29 French voters reject EU charter
  By 56% voters have overwhelmingly rejected the European Union's proposed constitution in a key referendum
May.30   Chirac set for government shakeup  French President appeared set to replace his prime minister after voters rejected a proposed constitution for the EU May.31 Villepin named new PM  President Chirac has appointed Interior Minister to replace Jean-Pierre Raffarin as prime minister Jul.13 Security boost for Bastille Day
Aug.27 Fire survivors hold march Sep.8 Report deepens Arafat death mystery Nov.2   Chirac urges calm as riots spread  French President has warned of a 'dangerous situation' following a 6th night of violence in poor Paris suburbs Nov.5 Crisis talks over riots Nov.6 Chirac in crisis talks on riots Nov.6   Chirac vows to punish rioters  French President: The absolute priority is to reestablish security and public order Nov.8 Anti-riot powers extended Nov.8   Government declared state of emergency
  Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin: the republic 'at an hour of truth'
Nov.14 Cabinet seeks to extend crisis law Nov.14 Chirac vows firm action on unrest  French government decided to ask Parliament to extend emergency powers for 3 months to quell unrest Nov.15 Lawmakers back new powers  a draft law is extending emergency powers by 3 months to quell urban unrest Nov.16 Senate extends emergency Nov.23   Chirac welcomes Merkel  Angela was making her first foreign trip as a new chancellor. Chirac thanked Merkel for making Paris her first stop Nov.29 PM: 'Urgent' reform needed