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Jean-Luc Melenchon, leader of far-left opposition La France Insoumise (France Unbowed) political par

French presidential candidate: Jewish school murders part of conspiracy

Jean-Luc Melenchon, a far-left politician running for France's presidency next year has suggested that a jihadist's 2012 murder of Jews was part of an elections conspiracy.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
09/06/2021
France's Chief Rabbi Haim Korsia

France's Chief Rabbi Haim Korsia re-elected with 75% of the votes

Two other rabbis ran for the title gathering only 64 votes in total.

77th D-Day anniversary: When the Allies landed in Normandy

The Normandy landings remain the largest ever amphibious invasion and paved the way for western Europe's liberation.

French court sentences Holocaust denier to 5 years for death threats

The tribunal of Cusset, a town near Vichy in central France, handed down its guilty verdict and sentence on Thursday to Ahmed Moualek, 53.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
05/06/2021

Marc Israel Sellem: From Paris to Jerusalem

Marc Israel Sellem, chief photographer for The Jerusalem Post, was born in 1974 and grew up in the Paris suburb of Ivry sur Seine.

Police officers stand near Notre Dame church, where a knife attack took place, in Nice, France Octob

Shoot-out after policewoman stabbed in attack in western France

The attacker was on the run, the police source said, and a search operation was under way.

28/05/2021
Israel's new Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi

Ashkenazi reprimands French ambassador over FM’s Israel apartheid comment

Ashkenazi told Danon that Le Drian’s comments are “unacceptable, baseless, far from reality and Israel wholly rejects them.”

In France, Lebanese army chief pleads for help as economic crisis worsens

France, which has led aid efforts to its former colony, has sought to pressure Lebanon's squabbling politicians who have failed to agree on a new government and launch reforms to unlock foreign cash.

By REUTERS
26/05/2021

Netanyahu: French FM’s apartheid claim is ‘brazen, false’

Following remarks by France's foreign minister Jean-Yves Le Drian claiming that risk of apartheid in Israel was strong, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired back saying that it was a false claim.

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