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A political row over revelations that French investigators had tapped the phone of ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy took a new turn on Wednesday after Francois Hollande's government acknowledged it knew of the surveillance.
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A French court on Tuesday threw out a plea by Nicolas Sarkozy against the seizure of his diaries by judges probing a corruption case, in what has the potential to harm his chances of a political comeback.
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Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy delivers a speech during the inauguration of the Foundation Claude Pompidou, Centre teaching and research on Alzheimer's disease, Monday, March 10, 2014.
France's right-wing opposition is reeling after the publication of secret tapes made at the Elysee palace during the presidency of Nicolas Sarkozy.
Nicolas Sarkozy is suspected of attempting to pervert the court of justice on the basis of phone taps ordered by judges investigating his links with Muammar Gaddafi, it emerged on Friday.
Secret recordings made by a former top aide to Nicolas Sarkozy in 2011 have been leaked to French media outlets.
One of France's top centre-right politicians has backed British Prime Minister David Cameron's call for limits on the free movement of workers across Europe.
France's conservative opposition was thrown into disarray Wednesday after it emerged that an aide to former President Nicolas Sarkozy had secretly recorded hours of sensitive meetings at the A Excerpts of the recordings, which were seized by investigators as part of a judicial probe, have leaked in the press, igniting...
AS IN most wars, the first casualty is the truth and that couldn't be, well, closer to the truth than in the crisis engulfing the Ukraine.
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THE European Union prepared $15 billion in aid to Ukraine as top diplomats met in Paris to try and resolve the crisis.