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  • Hollande addresses very frightened nation

    French president, François Hollande has extended the country’s state of emergency by three months following the attack in Nice, on Bastille Day. NBC News London’s Matt Bradley reports.

  • Extremely busy day for French authorities

    CNBC’s Karen Tso discusses how international embassies will be communicating with the French public.

  • French embassy flags fly at half-mast over Bastille Day attack

    The French and European flag have been set to half-mast outside the French embassy in London, as a mark of respect. CNBC’s Karen Tso reports the latest on the Nice attacks.

  • The Bastille Day attack is the third terrorist attack on French soil since January 2015. CNBC’s Karen Tso reports the latest from the French Embassy in London.

  • Terror attacks kills 84 in Nice, France

    With the French government in a very difficult position right now, what is the government’s next move following the attack in Nice on Bastille Day. CNBC’s Karen Tso reports.

  • Police officers patrol and carry out checks in the centre of French Riviera town of Nice, after a van drove into a crowd watching a fireworks display on July 14, 2016.

    French President Francois Hollande said Thursday's lethal attack on the southern city of Nice was clearly a terrorist assault.

  • A truck ploughed into a crowd in the French resort of Nice on July 14, leaving at least 60 dead and scores injured in an 'attack' after a Bastille Day fireworks display, prosecutors said on July 15, 2016.

    The truck that ran into a Bastille Day celebration in Nice, France, appeared to have been a well-planned attack, NBC News reports.

  • Francois Hollande criticized former European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso's decision to take a job at Goldman Sachs.

  • PARIS, July 14- French President Francois Hollande on Thursday became the most senior critic to date of former European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso's decision to take a job at the investment bank Goldman Sachs. Hollande noted that Barroso was running the European Union's executive arm at the time of the U.S. subprime home-loans crisis, which has been...

  • LONDON, July 13- Theresa May became Britain's prime minister on Wednesday with the task of leading it out of the European Union, and quickly named leading' Brexit' supporters including former London mayor Boris Johnson to key positions in her new government. The former Conservative interior minister, 59, said after being appointed by Queen Elizabeth that she...

  • LONDON, July 13- Theresa May became Britain's prime minister on Wednesday with the task of leading it out of the European Union, and quickly named leading' Brexit' supporters including former London mayor Boris Johnson to key positions in her new government. The former Conservative interior minister, 59, said after being appointed by Queen Elizabeth that she...

  • LONDON, July 13- British Prime Minister Theresa May said she had told German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande on Wednesday that her government would need time before beginning talks on Britain's exit from the European Union. May spoke to the German and French leaders along with the Irish prime minister hours after taking over...

  • LONDON, July 13- Theresa May became Britain's prime minister on Wednesday with the task of leading it out of the European Union, and quickly named leading' Brexit' supporters including former London mayor Boris Johnson to key positions in her new government. The former Conservative interior minister, 59, said after being appointed by Queen Elizabeth that she...

  • PARIS, July 12- AccorHotels, Europe's largest hotel group, and top Chinese shareholder Shanghai Jin Jiang International are talking about their relations but a satisfactory solution has yet to be found, Accor's chief executive said on Tuesday. Accor shareholders on Tuesday approved a plan to buy the owner of luxury hotels including London's Savoy and New...

  • PARIS, July 12- France's public deficit targets are at risk in the coming years because the government may fail to rein in spending fast enough, the IMF warned on Tuesday as it trimmed its 2017 growth outlook due to Brexit concerns. In an annual in-depth review on the French economy, the International Monetary Fund stuck with a preliminary forecast for growth this...

  • *Move to reassure eastern NATO members bordering on Russia. *In Brexit's shadow, NATO summit is Obama's last Europe trip. WARSAW, July 8- NATO leaders agreed on Friday to deploy military forces to the Baltic states and eastern Poland for the first time and increase air and sea patrols to reassure allies who were once part of the Soviet bloc following Russia's...

  • *Move to reassure eastern NATO members bordering on Russia. *In Brexit's shadow, NATO summit is Obama's last Europe trip. WARSAW, July 8- NATO leaders agreed on Friday to deploy military forces to the Baltic states and eastern Poland for the first time and increase air and sea patrols to reassure allies who were once part of the Soviet bloc following Russia's...

  • *In Brexit's shadow, NATO summit is Obama's last Europe trip. President Barack Obama urged NATO leaders on Friday to stand firm against a resurgent Russia over its seizure of Crimea from Ukraine and said Britain's vote to leave the European Union should not weaken the Western defence alliance. The 28- member NATO alliance will formally agree to deploy four...

  • PARIS, July 6- The French government will outline incentives on Wednesday to make Paris a more attractive financial centre, officials said, as the French capital seeks to win finance jobs from London for a post-Brexit era. "We will do more in the future to enhance the attractiveness of the Paris financial centre: the government will do its part," Bank of France...

  • LONDON, July 5- A French president taking an interest in the arcane world of financial plumbing is a sure sign of how Britain's neighbours plan to exploit its vote to leave the European Union. Political skirmishes over clearing euro-denominated securities go to the heart of what's at stake for Britain as it prepares to negotiate new trading terms with Europe.