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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 EU summit 'will be decisive' on crisis   Hollande elected to face Sarkozy
Clijsters gets No. 1 ranking Kvitova stuns Clijsters in Paris final Chirac goes on trial in France   Summit set to decide Libya action   Leaders from Britain, the US, France, and Arab countries are due to meet in Paris to discuss military action in Libya under a new UN resolut... Mystery jet crash data recovered France's finance minister wants IMF job Clijsters crashes out in Paris Air France crash pilots lost speed data  The flight from Rio de Janeiro in 2009 plummeted because pilots lost vital speed data, France's Bureau of Investigation and Analysis No. 1 Wozniacki falls at French Open Djokovic pushes winning streak to 42 Federer reaches quarterfinal, sets record Nadal wins; Djokovic reaches semis Federer advances to semis Nadal, Murray reach French Open semis History-maker Li reaches final   Federer ends Djokovic's run  Federer, the 2009 winner in Paris, triumphed 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7-5) ending Novak Djokovic's 43-match unbeaten run China's Li wins French Open title  Li Na becomes the first Chinese player to win a Grand Slam singles title with a straight-sets win over defending champion Francesca Schiavone Nadal secures sixth French crown  World #1 won a record-equalling sixth French Open title with a dramatic win over Roger Federer, 7-5 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 6-1 TV, radio slapped w/ soc. media restriction Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case   Evans Wins Tour de France  Cadel Evans won the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Australian to capture cycling's most prestigious title Aircraft's recorders give insight into crash   IMF head faces tycoon deal probe  A French court is to investigate Christine Lagarde for abuse of authority as French finance minister   Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles  The leaders of Europe's two most important economies meet Tuesday to try to help the battered euro   Leaders demand 'euro governance'  The French and German leaders have called for 'true economic governance' for the eurozone in response to the euro debt crisis   Strauss-Kahn arrives in France Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife Anne Sinclair landed at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport from the US Chirac trial due to open   Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated'   The former head of the IMF, arrested on sexual assault charges and then released, acknowledged 'moral weakness' in an interview   Strauss-Kahn sex case is dropped


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  A French inquiry into attempted rape claims against ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been dropped
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  Francois Hollande has been elected the Socialist Party's candidate for the 2012 presidential vote when he is expected to challenge Sarkozy
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  UNESCO voted Monday to accept a Palestinian bid for full membership, in the first vote on the matter by U.N. agency


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Nov.2     Office burns as Islam issue hits stands  The offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo burned, the day it was due to publish an issue with a cover appearing to make fun of Islamic law Nov.7   'Carlos the Jackal' on trial for bombings  62-year-old Ilich Ramirez Sanchez is on trial for his role in the attacks on two trains, a train station and a newspaper office in France in... Nov.8   153 bodies identified from 2009 crash  The Airbus A330 had 228 people on board. 103 bodies have been identified since the end of 2009. Fifty had been identified in 2009 Nov.13 Maiden Paris win for Federer

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Dec.5     German, French leaders meet
  Sarkozy and Merkel were meeting in Paris to discuss ways to safeguard the euro by increasing economic and political "convergence   France, Germany outline fiscal pact
  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
Dec.15     Chirac found guilty on corruption charges
  Former President Jacques Chirac was found guilty on charges stemming from his time as mayor of Paris and given a 2 year suspended sentence
Dec.22     Parliament passes Armenian genocide bill  Turkey is fuming over French legislation that would criminalize any public denial of what the bill calls the Armenian genocide in Ottoman Tu... Dec.30 Ancelotti named as PSG coach





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  Parliament passes Armenian genocide bill  Turkey is fuming over French legislation that would criminalize any public denial of what the bill calls the Armenian genocide in Ottoman Tu... Mystery jet crash data recovered Air France crash pilots lost speed data  The flight from Rio de Janeiro in 2009 plummeted because pilots lost vital speed data, France's Bureau of Investigation and Analysis Aircraft's recorders give insight into crash 153 bodies identified from 2009 crash  The Airbus A330 had 228 people on board. 103 bodies have been identified since the end of 2009. Fifty had been identified in 2009 France's finance minister wants IMF job   Merkel, Sarkozy huddle as euro struggles  The leaders of Europe's two most important economies meet Tuesday to try to help the battered euro   Leaders demand 'euro governance'  The French and German leaders have called for 'true economic governance' for the eurozone in response to the euro debt crisis   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 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




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2011 Feb.11 Clijsters gets No. 1 ranking
Feb.13 Kvitova stuns Clijsters in Paris final May.26 Clijsters crashes out in Paris May.27 No. 1 Wozniacki falls at French Open May.28 Djokovic pushes winning streak to 42 May.29 Federer reaches quarterfinal, sets record May.30 Nadal wins; Djokovic reaches semis May.31 Federer advances to semis Jun.1 Nadal, Murray reach French Open semis Jun.2 History-maker Li reaches final Jun.3   Federer ends Djokovic's run  Federer, the 2009 winner in Paris, triumphed 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 3-6 7-6 (7-5) ending Novak Djokovic's 43-match unbeaten run Jun.4 China's Li wins French Open title  Li Na becomes the first Chinese player to win a Grand Slam singles title with a straight-sets win over defending champion Francesca Schiavone Jun.5 Nadal secures sixth French crown  World #1 won a record-equalling sixth French Open title with a dramatic win over Roger Federer, 7-5 7-6 (7-3) 5-7 6-1 Jul.24   Evans Wins Tour de France  Cadel Evans won the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Australian to capture cycling's most prestigious title Nov.13 Maiden Paris win for Federer Dec.30 Ancelotti named as PSG coach



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2011 Mar.7 Chirac goes on trial in France
Jul.4 Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case Sep.4 Chirac trial due to open Oct.13   Strauss-Kahn sex case is dropped
  A French inquiry into attempted rape claims against ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been dropped
Nov.2   Office burns as Islam issue hits stands  The offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo burned, the day it was due to publish an issue with a cover appearing to make fun of Islamic law Nov.7 'Carlos the Jackal' on trial for bombings  62-year-old Ilich Ramirez Sanchez is on trial for his role in the attacks on two trains, a train station and a newspaper office in France in... Dec.15   Chirac found guilty on corruption charges
  Former President Jacques Chirac was found guilty on charges stemming from his time as mayor of Paris and given a 2 year suspended sentence




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2011 Mar.18   Summit set to decide Libya action   Leaders from Britain, the US, France, and Arab countries are due to meet in Paris to discuss military action in Libya under a new UN resolut... May.25 France's finance minister wants IMF job Jun.6 TV, radio slapped w/ soc. media restriction Jul.4 Strauss-Kahn faces Paris sex case Aug.4   IMF head faces tycoon deal probe  A French court is to investigate Christine Lagarde for abuse of authority as French finance minister 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 Aug.16   Leaders demand 'euro governance'  The French and German leaders have called for 'true economic governance' for the eurozone in response to the euro debt crisis Sep.3   Strauss-Kahn arrives in France Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn and his wife Anne Sinclair landed at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport from the US Sep.4 Chirac trial due to open Sep.18   Strauss-Kahn: I felt 'trapped, humiliated'   The former head of the IMF, arrested on sexual assault charges and then released, acknowledged 'moral weakness' in an interview 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 Oct.15 EU summit 'will be decisive' on crisis Oct.16   Hollande elected to face Sarkozy
  Francois Hollande has been elected the Socialist Party's candidate for the 2012 presidential vote when he is expected to challenge Sarkozy
Oct.19   Carla Bruni 'gives birth to girl'  The wife of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, has given birth to a girl at a Paris clinic where crowds had gathered Oct.31   UNESCO OKs Palestinian membership
  UNESCO voted Monday to accept a Palestinian bid for full membership, in the first vote on the matter by U.N. agency
Nov.2   Office burns as Islam issue hits stands  The offices of the satirical Charlie Hebdo burned, the day it was due to publish an issue with a cover appearing to make fun of Islamic law Dec.5   German, French leaders meet  Sarkozy and Merkel were meeting in Paris to discuss ways to safeguard the euro by increasing economic and political "convergence Dec.5 France, Germany outline fiscal pact
  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
Dec.15   Chirac found guilty on corruption charges
  Former President Jacques Chirac was found guilty on charges stemming from his time as mayor of Paris and given a 2 year suspended sentence
Dec.22   Parliament passes Armenian genocide bill  Turkey is fuming over French legislation that would criminalize any public denial of what the bill calls the Armenian genocide in Ottoman Tu...