French president Emmanuel Macron faces the first major challenge since taking office in May with protesters staging mass demonstrations in cities across the country against his labour market reforms.
It feels like the dust has only just settled on last year’s 2016 Summer Olympic games in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, whilst the International Olympic Committee has been deciding who will host the next installment of the games.
The mainstream media’s narrative: Emmanuel Macron has captured the politics of hope and swept aside far-right populism.
French voters cast their ballots yesterday in the first round of the country’s parliamentary election.
Emmanuel Macron, the financier-turned politician, became France’s youngest ever president yesterday after winning two thirds of the popular vote.
French presidential candidate, the independent centrist Emmanuel Macron was heckled by factory workers in Amiens, his hometown, following a visit by his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen.
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