Tag Archives: France

France | Macron-Libya: the Rothschild Connection

by Manlio Dinucci

“What is happening today in Libya is the nub of a destabilization programme holding a myriad of complexities”. So declared President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee, as he concluded an agreement that “paves the way for peace and national reconciliation”.

France | Jacques Morel : « Le nouveau chef d’état-major défendait les auteurs du génocide rwandais »

Le chef de l’Etat a nommé François Lecointre chef d’état-major des armées, alors que celui-ci a fait partie de l’opération Turquoise au Rwanda. Le spécialiste de la politique française en Afrique, Jacques Morel, revient sur ses missions sur le terrain.

France | French police evict thousands of migrants camped in northern Paris

French police evicted thousands of migrants living on sidewalks in an area of northern Paris as dawn broke on Friday – many of them people who fled war or strife in countries as far away as Sudan, Eritrea and Afghanistan.

Dozens of police and white police vans moved in at around 5 a.m. (0300 GMT) to clear the area where Paris City Hall official Dominique Versini said numbers have swollen to between 2,000 and 2,500 people.

France | The Extreme Center and Social Struggles in France: From the Labor Law to the Presidential Elections

France | Just one day after Emmanuel Macron’s election and Paris holds its first protest

Less than 24 hours after being elected the new president of France Emmanuel Macron faced his first street protests organised by trade unions.

The protest was organised under the name of the “Social Front” which had already staged protests before the second round to show their anger over the choice of candidates Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron.