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Demonstration against Kosovo’s ban on cars registered in Serbia

Published on: 09/20/2021 – 19:50Amended: 09/20/2021 – 19:48 Jarinje (Kosovo) (AFP) Hundreds of ethnic Serbs on Monday blocked roads in northern Kosovo leading to its only two border crossings with Serbia to protest Pristina’s ban on entering cars with Serbian license plates. The feud has arisen over Kosovo’s use of plates with RKS (Republic of Kosovo) on them, implying its ...

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UKUS snob against France is a stern warning to the rest of Europe

The home of the French Ambassador to the United States, Philippe Etienne, is seen in Washington, DC, United States, on September 17, 2021. / CFP The home of the French Ambassador to the United States, Philippe Etienne, is seen in Washington, DC, United States, on September 17, 2021. / CFP Editor’s Note: Adriel Kasonta is a London-based foreign affairs analyst ...

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Afghanistan, France, India, Japan: learn not to trust the USA

Abhishek Banerjee “If we’re going to attack, I’ll call you ahead. It won’t be a surprise. It would seem that these are the words of General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the top official in the US military, in October 2020. He was speaking to General Li, his Chinese counterpart. Who authorized this phone call and ...

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France recalls its ambassadors to the United States and Australia for a sub-agreement

PARIS (AP) – The United States’ longest-serving ally, France, recalled its ambassador to the United States on Friday in an unprecedented outburst of anger that has eclipsed decades of previous divisions. Loading error The relationship conceived in the 18th-century revolutions came at a turning point after the United States, Australia, and Britain avoided France by creating a new Indo-Pacific security ...

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France recalls US, Australian ambassadors over submarine deal

France has taken the extraordinary step of recalling its ambassadors to the United States and Australia after the two countries blinded their French allies with a new military pact and a submarine contract, the French foreign ministry said on Friday. The backstory: While sealing a deal with the US and UK for the acquisition of nuclear submarines, Australia tore up ...

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France lashes out at Australia, US after ‘slashing the backs’ of submarines

Published on September 17, 2021 08:56 France accused Australia of stabbing back and Washington on Thursday of behavior during the Donald Trump era. PARIS (AFP) – France on Thursday accused Australia of stabbing back in the back and Washington of behavior during Donald Trump’s time after Canberra canceled a huge submarine contract with Paris for submarines American-made nuclear weapons. “It’s ...

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France rages against Biden’s snub on US-UK-Australia sub-pact

The French government rants over President Biden’s decision to exclude the NATO ally from a three-country security pact called AUKUS that will provide Australia with nuclear submarines, likening the snub to a coup. knife in the back. French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian told France Info radio: “It’s really a stab in the back. We have built a relationship of ...

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embassy marks a series of Vietnamese events in France | Politics

At the event (Photo: VNA) Paris (VNA) – The Vietnamese Embassy in France on September 15, a ceremony was held to mark the 76th anniversary of the August revolution in Vietnam (August 19), the national holiday (September 2) and the creation of the diplomatic sector. Speaking at the event, Vietnam’s Ambassador to France Dinh Toan Thang stressed that Vietnam is ...

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French abortion film wins Women’s Night at Venice Film Festival

A topical film about illegal abortions in the 1960s, France won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday, closing a strong evening for women including Penelope Cruz and Jane Campion. Audrey Diwan’s “Happening” comes as the abortion debate rages once again over new restrictions in Texas and its decriminalization in Mexico. “I made this film with anger, ...

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After Afghanistan, Europe wonders if France was right about America

Sep 4, 2021 TIT ANNUAL The July 14 ritual is an opportunity for the French to display banners, drink champagne and celebrate the founding myths of the republic. On July 14, however, when the French Ambassador to Kabul, David Martinon, recorded a message to his fellow citizens, gravity crushed the party. “My dear compatriots“, he began, “the situation in Afghanistan ...

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