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TAKE A LOOK-FCA, Renault look to revive deal, but Nissan tensions rise

June 10 (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and Renault SA

are looking for ways to resuscitate their collapsed merger plan and secure the approval of the French carmaker's alliance partner Nissan Motor Co

Ltd , according to several sources close to the companies.

Following are Reuters top stories on the news:

> Renault rift with Nissan widens over governance

> EXCLUSIVE-FCA-Renault revival may hinge on Nissan stake cut

> Renault-FCA merger remains good opportunity -France's Le Maire

> France seeks to fend off blame for FCA-Renault deal collapse

> FCA withdraws merger offer for Renault, blames French politics

> FCA-Renault deal talks navigate French political hurdles

> Activist hedge fund CIAM will strongly oppose FCA-Renault deal

> French demands challenge FCA-Renault deal push

> Italy's League criticises France, EU over handling of merger

> Rome backs merger if good for Italian industry - Salvini

> Nissan optimistic on FCA plan, wants right terms, source says

> EXCLUSIVE-FCA discusses improved bid to win French backing

> Tria sees no reason for Italy to take state in merger

> Nissan CEO sees no big downside to FCA-Renault merger

> France wants FCA-Renault job guarantees and Nissan on board

> FCA, Renault pursue $35 bln merger to tackle sector challenges

> FCA, Renault deal could take more than a year to finalise -CEO

> Boutique bank run by Macron donor could help Fiat/Renault deal


> Nissan's technology could pay in Renault-FCA deal - sources

> FCA, Renault face tall odds delivering on cost-cut promises

> Fraught Franco-Italian relations a roadblock risk for deal

> Blindsided by FCA-Renault plan, Nissan risks being left behind

> FCA's Italian headaches show challenges of global tie-up


> BREAKINGVIEWS-Renault-Nissan clash exposes flaws in Fiat deal

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Fiat-Renault deadlock is opportunity for Peugeot

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Losers all around in Fiat-Renault M&A collapse

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Fiats French appeasement is means to an end

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Renault-Fiat savings matter more than price

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Viewsroom: A new game of carmaker matchmaker

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Fiat gets motors revving on auto consolidation

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Car sector second-stringers lock arms to compete


> NEWSMAKER-Elkann enlists Renault to drive Fiat family fortunes

> FACTBOX-The road to Fiat Chrysler, Renault merger talks

> FACTBOX-Car industry consolidation: mega-mergers and alliances

(Compiled by Mark Potter)