European judiciary condemns Marin Le Pen in the case of delusional jobs

The European Union (EU) Court in Luxembourg has rejected the request of France's former National Front Party leader Marin Le Pen to rescind a decision by the European Parliament at the end of 2016 to pay 300,000 euros in the fake jobs case.

The European Parliament filed a complaint with the French judiciary in March 2015 after the European elections of 2014 won by the "National Front" in France.

Investigators have been working on whether the French far right has set up a system to make the European Parliament, through parliamentary aides' contracts, pay salaries to cadres or party employees in France.

Saudi Arabia threatens to intervene militarily in Qatar and requests French mediation

Saudi king, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, requested the mediation of French President Emmanuel Macaron, before the military intervention in Qatar if it got the system "S-400" Russian missile.

The French newspaper Le Monde said that Salman sent a letter to the French president expressing his concern about Qatar's approach to a deal with Russia for the S-400 air defense missile system, which Saudi Arabia sees as threatening the safety of its airspace and warning escalation in the region. .

Video, lightning strikes the Eiffel Tower in Paris

A lightning strike struck the Eiffel Tower in the French capital of Paris on Monday evening (May 28th).

According to the newspaper "The Washington Post" America; Paris has seen an unstable ritual over the past days; where it was accompanied by storms accompanied by lightning, thunder and heavy rain; caused the closure of several metro stations.

Evacuation of the Melnère camp on the banks of the Canal Saint-Denis in Paris

French police early on Wednesday evacuated the Melnère camp, which was set up on the banks of Paris's Saint-Denis channel, after weeks of wrangling between the Paris municipality and the government.

The French authorities intend to resettle more than 1,500 immigrants before starting to study the status of each individual immigrant, while evacuating more than 1,700 immigrants.

Macron receives "Spider-Man" Mamudu Gassama who saved a child from death

French President Emmanuel Macaron, Mamudu Gassama, who was named the leader of social networking sites, received the nickname "Spider-Man" after saving a child from death.

Mamudou Gassama, 22, a Malian who lives in France illegally, was granted French citizenship by the French president.

Not only did the French president do so; he also ordered, as the same source told the Elysee Palace, to bring Gasama to the fire department, based on the skills he had uncovered during the rescue of the child.

Libyan parties meet in Elysee with McCron in preparation for the elections

Libyan parties, Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj and his rival, Marshal Khalifa Hafer, meet with French President Emmanuel Makron at the Elysee Palace to prepare for elections in Libya.

This meeting, sponsored by the United Nations, will be attended by the Speaker of the House of Representatives Aqila Saleh Issa and the Prime Minister Khaled al-Mashri.

American-British-French aggression on Syria, awaiting the Iranian-Russian response

Waiting for Russia, an American, British and French aggression on Syria took place at dawn, as the trio bombed several Syrian sites, while huge explosions were heard in Damascus.

The next few hours may see a response from Russia, where Moscow has vowed to bring down US airliner over Russia.

Will Syria be a military post between Russia, America, France and Britain?

American Wars, As the largest US naval and air fleet since the invasion of Iraq heads to Syria, while Moscow is trying to avoid war, US President Donald Trump said the decision on action in Syria would be taken "very soon."

Trump told reporters that his team was "seriously considering" the situation, following an alleged chemical attack on the town of Douma, in the eastern Ghouta near Damascus.

Western powers are believed to be preparing for military strikes against President Bashar al-Assad's forces, but Damascus, a Damascus ally, opposes such action.

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