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Second COVID wave highly likely to hit France this year, scientists say

18 hours ago   |   National Post

PARIS - A second wave of the coronavirus epidemic is highly likely to hit France in the autumn or winter, the government's top scientific body warned on Tuesday as authorities...
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Danish prince discharged after brain surgery in France

21 hours ago   |   ABC News

Prince Joachim, the younger son of Queen Margrethe of Denmark, has been discharged after undergoing emergency surgery in France last month for a blood clot in his brain
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France says it will not ratify extradition treaty with Hong Kong

1 day ago   |   National Post

PARIS - France said on Monday it would not ratify a 2017 extradition treaty with Hong Kong after China introduced a controversial national security law for the global financial...
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‘Second wave of epidemic' already in Germany, highly likely this autumn or winter in France - experts

‘Second wave of epidemic' already in Germany, highly likely this autumn or winter in France - experts

1 day ago   |   RT   |   2 articles

Germany is contending with a second wave of the coronavirus, the head of the country's doctors' union said in an interview published on Tuesday. The number of daily confirmed...
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French top scientific body sees second wave of COVID-19 in autumn or winter

1 day ago   |   National Post   |   2 articles

PARIS - France's top scientific body said a second wave of the coronavirus was "highly likely" this autumn or winter as the country grapples with a marked increase of new cases...
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France reports 3,376 new COVID-19 cases over three-day period

1 day ago   |   National Post   |   2 articles

PARIS - France has reported 3,376 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the last three days, the country's health department said on Monday, while the number of people being...
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France sees a rise in number of people in ICU units for COVID-19

1 day ago   |   National Post   |   2 articles

PARIS - France said on Monday the number of people in intensive care units for COVID-19 stood at 384 on Monday, versus 371 on Friday, the second time in a week that figure has...
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French city tells shoppers: wear masks outside or pay fine

1 day ago   |   National Post

LILLE - French Prime Minister Jean Castex urged people not to let down their guard in the fight against COVID-19 on Monday, the day one of France's biggest cities ordered...
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France won't ratify extradition treaty with Hong Kong, Foreign Ministry says

France won't ratify extradition treaty with Hong Kong, Foreign Ministry says

1 day ago   |   RT   |   2 articles

Paris has decided not to ratify an extradition agreement with Hong Kong after China's central government in Beijing imposed a new national security law on the city. “In light...
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France won't ratify Hong Kong's extradition agreement

1 day ago   |   ABC News   |   2 articles

France has decided not to ratify an extradition agreement with Hong Kong after China's central government in Beijing imposed a new national security law on the city
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