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The move by French lawmakers came as the U.K. moved forward with a similar tax plan announced last year
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The Iranian foreign minister accused the Trump administration of "economic...
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A picture taken on July 5, 2019 shows the installation "Everything is fine" depicting the half submerged head of US President Donald Trump by Jacques Rival, architect, displayed in the Moselle river as part of the digital art festival "Constellations de Metz" in Metz, eastern France.
"The idea was to gag Trump, to silence him, but he continues to speak."


It's impossible not to be moved by the spectacle of over three million people flooding Paris to reject fear and defend freedom. Sparked by the spilling of senseless blood, Sunday's march personified a multi-layered wave of support for Charlie Hebdo ranging from the grossly hypocritical - cue Netanyahu and other "predators" - to the truly brave and grieving.