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The European Commission's new president-elect has laid out an ambitious vision for the bloc's future. A challenging economic and political environment, however, will likely keep most of her proposals from ever seeing daylight.
French President Emmanuel Macron has accused Iran of signaling a willingness to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal, calling Tehran's decision to inject uranium hexafluoride gas into centrifuges at the Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant a "profound shift," Reuters reported Nov. 6.
Abdullah al-Thani, the prime minister of Libya's parallel government in Benghazi, has accused the country's central bank of restricting public salary payments to the eastern half of the country, AP reported Oct. 16.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has unveiled a proposal to increase countries' ability to tax digital companies for sales on their territory independently from the location of a firm's headquarters, the Financial Times reported Oct. 9.
France is asking other European countries to send special forces to the Sahel region for operations against jihadist groups and insurgents with the ultimate goal of establishing a task force under French command, AFP reported Oct. 3.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had agreed to a French-proposed four-point plan that would have seen talks between the two leaders on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly in September, but the meeting did not happen because Rouhani insisted Trump lift sanctions first, Politico reported Oct. 2.
French President Emmanual Macron announced that France will organize a conference with private and public international creditors to address Sudan’s debt issues, should the United States remove the country from its list of state sponsors of terrorism, Reuters reported Oct. 1.
France, Germany and the United Kingdom have declared Iran responsible for last week's attack on Saudi oil facilities and called on Tehran to join wide-ranging talks over its nuclear and missile programs, the French Embassy in London said Sept. 23.