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post 07 July 2014
Read more on Matt's blog: Matt Frei Attack on teenager shines a light on the plight of France's Roma

The horrific beating of a Roma teenager last month in a Paris suburb has shocked all of France. But so far no-one has been arrested or charged.

article 07 July 2014 UK, France
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Eurostar delays as passengers are evacuated

Hundreds of passengers experience heavy delays as they are evacuated from a broken down train in the Channel Tunnel.

video 04 July 2014 UK, France

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Grand Départ set for Yorkshire - video

The first two stages of this year's Tour de France take the riders through the charms - and challenges - of the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District. Sports Correspondent Keme Nzerem reports.

article 04 July 2014 World, France
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The greatest - and the worst - World Cup match ever?

As France and Germany prepare for their last-eight encounter in Brazil, we look back at one of the most exciting - and notorious - matches ever, the 1982 World Cup semi-final in Spain.

article 03 July 2014 UK, France
Tour de France logo (Getty Images)
Why you should watch the Tour de France

The world's greatest cycling event comes to Britain this week - and up to 3 million spectators will watch the UK stages. But what else makes the Tour de France such a huge international occasion?

article 02 July 2014 Politics, France
Sarkozy under investigation
Sarkozy placed under formal investigation

After an overnight court hearing, former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is placed under formal investigation over suspicions he tried to stop an investigation into his 2007 election campaign.

article 01 July 2014 World, France
Nicolas Sarkozy
Former French president Sarkozy quizzed by police

Nicolas Sarkozy is quizzed by police over suspicions of "influence-peddling" - the first time that a former French president has been held by police.

video 17 June 2014 France

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'These issues are beyond left and right' - video

French economist Thomas Piketty and Ryan Bourne, of the Institute of Economic Affairs, debate the Frenchman's call for a global tax on high earners to ensure a fairer distribution of wealth.

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