Map. History of France conflict

1 June 2020
Three sailors on board the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle are evacuated as a precaution before the ship completes its journey to the port of Toulon in southern France
The French Ministry of Defense confirms 50 cases of Coronavirus infection on board the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle
French Economy Minister announces that France has doubled the value of the emergency plan to 100 billion euros to face the repercussions of the spread of the Coronavirus
Possible cases of Covid_19 have been reported inside France's aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle
1 month ago
The first plane arrives at Beirut International Airport from France, carrying 121 passengers, as part of the Lebanese government's measures to evacuate its citizens.
1 month ago
Coalition withdrew a detachment of French advisers from Abu Ghraib area in west Baghdad
The Iraqi army announced the handover of the headquarters of French advisers in the capital, Baghdad, from the international coalition against ISIS
France could experience its worst recession since 1945 in 2020, says the Minister of Economy
Agence France-Presse: a third Sudanese arrested after the attack with a knife near the French city of Lyon yesterday
1 month ago
Two dead in France stabbing rampage, police suspect terrorist motive
EU's Johansson tells EU Parliament's Home Affairs Committee that in the next two weeks will start a relocation of unaccompanied minor refugees from Greece to other "willing" EU member states
French Air Force is currently conducting the POKER exercise on the skies of France. The objective is to simulate a nuclear offensive air operation2 month ago
French Air Force is currently conducting the POKER exercise on the skies of France. The objective is to simulate a nuclear offensive air operation
France records record 499 deaths from coronavirus in 24 hours
Macron: By the end of April, we will produce 15 million medical masks a week
France reports its worst day from coronavirus- 418 new deaths. It's also the 4th country to cross 3,000 COVID19 deaths toll- after China, Italy, & Spain- with a total of 3,024. But like the U.K. the total only counts those who die in hospital. Total cases up 11% to 44,550
Paris says to Beijing and Moscow that solidarity against the Coronavirus cannot be used as a political "tool"
Coronavirus in France: 32,964 confirmed cases including 3,787 people in intensive care and 1,995 deaths
COVID19: Édouard Philippe extends the confinement period until Wednesday April 15. This date is only provisional and may be later postponed
France announces 365 new deaths from the Coronavirus within 24 hours, including a 16-year-old girl
France: 25,233 reported cases, 2,827 seriously ill, 1,331 deaths, 1,331 people cured of covid19.2 month ago
France: 25,233 reported cases, 2,827 seriously ill, 1,331 deaths, 1,331 people cured of covid19.
2 month ago
France announces the withdrawal of its forces from Iraq until further notice to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus
2 month ago
The airport of Orly in the French capital, Paris, has been closed as part of the measures to limit the spread of Coronavirus
French coronavirus lockdown should last "at least six weeks," say government advisors
Prominent Lebanese journalist May Chidiac says she tested positive for coronavirus after returning from France. She lost an arm and a leg in an assassination attempt in 2005. She says she is not in critical condition, is receiving treatment
Prime Minister of France: the restrictions imposed may be extended for the following weeks
Congo Brazzaville confirm 4th Coronavirus case- A Congolese National who recently travelled to France
France coronavirus death toll jumps 112 to 674: official
2 month ago
Switzerland, Germany and Luxembourg will be hosting some of our French patients in a serious condition in their hospitals (DG Health)
US Department of State: The U.S. deeply regrets France's decision to release Iranian national Jalal Rohollahnejad from its custody. He was the subject of a U.S. extradition request due to multiple charges for the illegal export of equipment with military applications in violation of U.S. sanctions
Boris Johnson initiated a partial shutdown only after Macron threatened to close the border, warning that the rest of Europe would follow suit. "We clearly had to threaten him so that he would finally move."
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