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Latest Nicolas Sarkozy Items
France's president has proposed a sweeping new law to criminalize visits to extremist web sites, one of several measures floated in the wake of a murderous shooting spree by an Islamist extremist.
French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen says her anti-Islam agenda has been vindicated: A French Muslim claiming ties to al Qaeda has taken responsibility for the country's worst killing spree in years.
France's president proposed a sweeping new law Thursday that would see repeat visitors to extremist web sites put behind bars _ one of several tough measures floated in the wake of a murderous shooting spree.
After a pre-dawn raid erupted into a firefight, French riot police pressed Wednesday for the surrender of a holed-up gunman who is suspected in seven killings and claiming allegiance to al Qaeda. A prosecutor said the gunman was planning to kill another soldier imminently.
Hundreds of police blanketed southern France on Tuesday, searching for a gunman — possibly a racist, anti-Semitic serial killer — who killed four people at a Jewish school and may have filmed his attack.
A motorcycle assailant opened fire with two handguns Monday in front of a Jewish school in the southwestern French city of Toulouse, killing a rabbi, his two young sons and a schoolgirl.
Pierre Schoendoerffer, an Oscar-winning French filmmaker who was held prisoner in Indochina and chronicled the pain of war on screen and on the page, has died. He was 83.
President Nicolas Sarkozy heard his first welcome news in a while Tuesday in his battle for re-election.
President Nicolas Sarkozy threatened Sunday to pull France out of the European Union's coveted visa-free Schengen zone unless the bloc makes progress on protecting EU borders from illegal immigration.