With even President Macron moved to shame over a video of French police beating a Black man, tens of thousands take to the streets to protest a bill that would criminalize many such videos of police operations.
Is there anything more French than a scene in which a president and his main political rival discuss a European summit while chopping parsley and onions to make a late night omelet?
French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday said video images showing police officers beating up a Black man “shame us,” and condemned violence both by and against the police
US-president elect Joe Biden's appointment of French speakers to top positions has cheered Paris but France knows it will take more than mother tongue chats to overcome transatlantic strains, even after the departure of Donald Trump
French President Emmanuel Macron has described as "unacceptable" a video showing police officers beating a man
“They express it with cartoons and we express through the economy.” Staff at a shopping mall in Jordan removed French products from shelves in response to President Macron's recent comments on Islam. Read more:
With Trump seated before him, French President Macron says: “Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism. Nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism. By saying “our interests first”... we erase what a nation holds dearest... its moral values.”