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Eiffel Tower evacuated after threat  A bomb threat that led authorities to use sniffer dogs to inspect the tower and surrounding areas turned out to have been a hoax Anger as France passes pension bill  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 Ex-hostage Betancourt's book on sale Chirac to face trial by early next year Netanyahu meet with Abbas next month France seeks extradition of al Qaeda man Paris airport fuel running short Map of Charles de Gaulle France  France's main airport, Charles de Gaulle, has enough fuel to last only a few days, amid strikes against government plans   Sarkozy defies French protesters   French President Nicolas Sarkozy has insisted he will press ahead with pension reforms despite a gathering momentum of strike action French unions call more strike days
Lawmakers move toward partial burqa ban No more combat troops to Afghanistan   Concorde crash trial set to begin   The US airline Continental and five individuals are set to go on trial over the crash of an Air France Concorde jet nearly 10 years ago West pushes for sanctions against Iran Landis accused of hacking in warrant  A judge has issued an arrest warrant for U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis for allegedly hacking into the computer system of the French anti-doping agency's... France declares storms 'national disaster'  France has declared a national disaster after violent storms battered parts of the country leaving death and destruction in their wake Sarkozy party trails in French vote Sahil Saeed freed after cash paid in Paris Sarkozy's party loses regional election Sarkozy agrees with Merkel on finance Henin crashes out to Stosur   Soderling ends Federer reign  Sweden's Robin Soderling ended world #1 Roger Federer's defense of his French Open crown after a rain-affected four-set victory Nadal beats Almagro to reach semis   Nadal to play Soderling in Open final  Soderling came through a five-set semifinal against Tomas Berdych while Nadal swept aside Juergen Melzer in straight sets Nadal wins fifth French Open  Rafael Nadal blew Robin Soderling away to regain his French Open crown and reclaim his status as the game's number one ranked player Italian makes history in Paris  Francesca Schiavone became the first Italian woman to win a Grand Slam title when she overpowered fellow Samantha Stosur at the French Open French trader Kerviel faces court France soccer head resigns Tour de France dope test 'flawed' Sarkozy rejects donation claims Soccer stars quizzed over prostitution ring Contador claims third Tour de France title  Alberto Contador was crowned champion for the third time as Mark Cavendish won the final stage of cycling's premier event Armstrong team honors cancer survivors Tough return to work for Sarkozy Protests over French Roma policy   Thousands of people have been attending rallies in Paris and 130 other towns to protest at the government's policy of deporting Roma people Castro remark on Roma condemned French senate approves burqa ban


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  Unions called for two more days of protests against government plans to raise the retirement age, as lawmakers try to make the proposal law
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  The Senate defied tens of thousands of protesters and approved its version of a controversial pension reform measure with a vote of 177-153
Oct.25 Strikes cost hundreds of millions a day Oct.26 Pension reform bill set for final vote Oct.27   French Parliament OKs pension reform
  The lower house approved a controversial pension reform bill, despite protests that brought millions of demonstrators into the streets
Oct.28     Bin Laden tape authentic, French say  Bin Laden warned France to get its troops out of Afghanistan and not to oppress Muslims at home in a tape broadcast by the Al-Jazeera French unions stage last-ditch strikes

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Nov.1 UK and France plan nuclear tests
Nov.13 SNCF 'sorrow' over Holocaust role Nov.14 Soderling claims Paris Masters title Nov.26   Search to resume for Air France 447  A new operation will begin next year to find the debris of the flight, which mysteriously crashed into the southern Atlantic Ocean last year

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Dec.6     Airlines, mechanic guilty in Concorde crash  The fiery crash in 2000 was caused by the criminal negligence of Continental Airlines and it's who works for the company, a French court ru... Dec.19   Severe weather snarls Europe travel   Heathrow might allow three planes to land. Charles de Gaulle airport told travelers to expect two-hour delays and cancellation of a quarter of... Dec.24   Paris cancels half of flights
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  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.25   Conditions improve at European airports
Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid





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No more combat troops to Afghanistan UK and France plan nuclear tests SNCF 'sorrow' over Holocaust role   Concorde crash trial set to begin   The US airline Continental and five individuals are set to go on trial over the crash of an Air France Concorde jet nearly 10 years ago France declares storms 'national disaster'  France has declared a national disaster after violent storms battered parts of the country leaving death and destruction in their wake Search to resume for Air France 447  A new operation will begin next year to find the debris of the flight, which mysteriously crashed into the southern Atlantic Ocean last year   Airlines, mechanic guilty in Concorde crash  The fiery crash in 2000 was caused by the criminal negligence of Continental Airlines and it's who works for the company, a French court ru... Severe weather snarls Europe travel   Heathrow might allow three planes to land. Charles de Gaulle airport told travelers to expect two-hour delays and cancellation of a quarter of... Paris cancels half of flights Map of Charles de Gaulle France




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  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.25 Conditions improve at European airports
Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid



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2010 May.20 Sarkozy agrees with Merkel on finance
Jun.7 French trader Kerviel faces court Oct.16 Paris airport fuel running short Map of Charles de Gaulle France  France's main airport, Charles de Gaulle, has enough fuel to last only a few days, amid strikes against government plans 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
Oct.25 Strikes cost hundreds of millions a day
Oct.28 French unions stage last-ditch strikes Dec.19 Severe weather snarls Europe travel   Heathrow might allow three planes to land. Charles de Gaulle airport told travelers to expect two-hour delays and cancellation of a quarter of... 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.25 Conditions improve at European airports Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid



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2010 Feb.16 Landis accused of hacking in warrant  A judge has issued an arrest warrant for U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis for allegedly hacking into the computer system of the French anti-doping agency's... May.27  Roddick survives 'brutal' day May.28  Sharapova, Henin easily advance May.28  Holder Kuznetsova goes out May.29  Nadal battles past Hewitt May.30  Venus Williams upset by Petrova May.31 Henin crashes out to Stosur
Jun.1   Soderling ends Federer reign  Sweden's Robin Soderling ended world #1 Roger Federer's defense of his French Open crown after a rain-affected four-set victory Jun.2 Nadal beats Almagro to reach semis Jun.4   Nadal to play Soderling in Open final  Soderling came through a five-set semifinal against Tomas Berdych while Nadal swept aside Juergen Melzer in straight sets Jun.6 Nadal wins fifth French Open  Rafael Nadal blew Robin Soderling away to regain his French Open crown and reclaim his status as the game's number one ranked player Jun.6 Italian makes history in Paris  Francesca Schiavone became the first Italian woman to win a Grand Slam title when she overpowered fellow Samantha Stosur at the French Open Jun.28 France soccer head resigns Jul.1 Tour de France dope test 'flawed' Jul.20 Soccer stars quizzed over prostitution ring Jul.25 Contador claims third Tour de France title  Alberto Contador was crowned champion for the third time as Mark Cavendish won the final stage of cycling's premier event Jul.25 Armstrong team honors cancer survivors Nov.14 Soderling claims Paris Masters title



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2010 Feb.1   Concorde crash trial set to begin   The US airline Continental and five individuals are set to go on trial over the crash of an Air France Concorde jet nearly 10 years ago Feb.16 Landis accused of hacking in warrant  A judge has issued an arrest warrant for U.S. cyclist Floyd Landis for allegedly hacking into the computer system of the French anti-doping agency's... Mar.17 Sahil Saeed freed after cash paid in Paris
Jun.7 French trader Kerviel faces court Jul.20 Soccer stars quizzed over prostitution ring Sep.14 Eiffel Tower evacuated after threat  A bomb threat that led authorities to use sniffer dogs to inspect the tower and surrounding areas turned out to have been a hoax Sep.20 Ex-hostage Betancourt's book on sale Sep.21 Chirac to face trial by early next year Oct.4 France seeks extradition of al Qaeda man Oct.28   Bin Laden tape authentic, French say  Bin Laden warned France to get its troops out of Afghanistan and not to oppress Muslims at home in a tape broadcast by the Al-Jazeera Dec.6   Airlines, mechanic guilty in Concorde crash  The fiery crash in 2000 was caused by the criminal negligence of Continental Airlines and it's who works for the company, a French court ru...



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2010 Jan.26 Lawmakers move toward partial burqa ban
Feb.8 West pushes for sanctions against Iran Mar.14 Sarkozy party trails in French vote Mar.21 Sarkozy's party loses regional election May.20 Sarkozy agrees with Merkel on finance Jun.28 France soccer head resigns Jul.12 Sarkozy rejects donation claims Aug.24 Tough return to work for Sarkozy Sep.4 Protests over French Roma policy   Thousands of people have been attending rallies in Paris and 130 other towns to protest at the government's policy of deporting Roma people Sep.11 Castro remark on Roma condemned Sep.14 French senate approves burqa ban
  The senate approved a law banning any veils that cover the face -- including the burqa, the full-body covering worn by some Muslim women
Sep.15 Anger as France passes pension bill  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 Sep.21 Chirac to face trial by early next year
Sep.28 Netanyahu meet with Abbas next month Oct.18   Sarkozy defies French protesters   French President Nicolas Sarkozy has insisted he will press ahead with pension reforms despite a gathering momentum of strike action 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
Oct.22 French Senate OKs pension changes
  The Senate defied tens of thousands of protesters and approved its version of a controversial pension reform measure with a vote of 177-153
Oct.26 Pension reform bill set for final vote
Oct.27 French Parliament OKs pension reform
  The lower house approved a controversial pension reform bill, despite protests that brought millions of demonstrators into the streets
Nov.1 UK and France plan nuclear tests