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French PM poised to take caretaker role in deadlocked France

        By Jurgen HECKER   French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal was set to resign but stay on as head of a caretaker government Tuesday, officials said, with no replacement in sight as divided parliamentary groups succumb to infighting. President Emmanuel Macron is expected to accept Attal's resignation after Tuesday's cabinet meeting -- the first since his allies got roundly beaten in a snap National Assembly election called […]

todayJuly 16, 2024 6


Gabriel Attal okwa pulwa a kale mombelewa manga onga o prime minister

Omupresitend gwa France Emmanuel Macron okwa tokola oku kaleka prime minister gwe Gabriel Attal mombelewa pakathimbo. O Sky news oya lopota kutya omupresitend okwa pula Attal a thigale onga o prime minister pakathimbo,opo ku kwashilipalekwe engungumano moshilongo. Attal okwa tile ota zi miilonga,ta gwedhako kutya omanga a pyakudhukwa oku kala mombelewa onga omutakamithi,oshili komupresitend okutokola.    

todayJuly 8, 2024 8


200 candidates quit French runoff, aiming to block far right: AFP tally

        At least 200 candidates have stood down ahead of France's runoff election as President Emmanuel Macron and a left-wing coalition seek to block the far right, an AFP tally showed on Tuesday. On Sunday, France votes in the decisive final round of the snap legislative polls Macron called after his camp received a drubbing in European elections last month. The rivals are hoping that tactical withdrawals […]

todayJuly 2, 2024 20

Health / Medical

Africa races to increase vaccine manufacturing capacity, concerns rise over Europe’s control

          By Conrad Onyango, bird story agency     As Africa races to be more independent in vaccine production, Europe is seeking greater control in building and scaling of local manufacturing hubs. In June, France hosted the launch of African Vaccine Manufacturing Accelerator (AVMA) an approximately US$1 billion project geared towards making vaccines more available in Africa - away from African soil. Only 2% of vaccines […]

todayJuly 2, 2024 34


The far-right has surged to the lead in France’s elections. But forming a government remains a tall order

        By Romain Fathi, Australian National University     Exit polls after the first round of the French legislative elections indicate the far-right National Rally party leading with about 34% of the vote. The New Popular Front (a coalition of parties from the far left to the moderate left) was in second with about 28% and President Emmanuel Macron’s centrist coalition was a distant third with about […]

todayJuly 1, 2024 11


Tensions flare between far right, Macron camp ahead of France vote

          By Paul Aubriat, Tom Barfield and Stuart Williams     Tensions soared on Thursday between supporters of Emmanuel Macron and the French far-right after its longtime leader Marine Le Pen cast doubt on the president's ability to act as head of the armed forces after legislative elections. The far-right National Rally (RN) is tipped to win the election, potentially giving Le Pen's party the post […]

todayJune 27, 2024 5


France’s Macron has gambled. Can he win?

      By Clare BYRNE     In the seven years since he swept to power on a mission to rejuvenate France's jaded political landscape, President Emmanuel Macron has developed a reputation for risk-taking. But in calling snap legislative elections after a trouncing in the European elections at the hands of the far right National Rally (RN) he has taken his biggest gamble yet. And one, according to analysts […]

todayJune 20, 2024 6


French voters scramble for proxy votes

More than 550,000 proxy-vote applications have been submitted so far in the build-up to the French general election. The second round of the vote falls at the start of the French school summer holidays. Ross Cullen reports.

todayJune 19, 2024 10