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France probes use of Pegasus spyware with Emmanuel Macron a possible target
The Paris prosecutor’s office is investigating the suspected use of spyware to target journalists, human rights activists and politicians in multiple countries.
French newspaper apologises for Hitleresque image of Macron on front page
The paper’s weekly magazine was accused of being reminiscent of the Nazi leader.
"Foes must become allies": Here's how the world has been reporting on our election
Most are agreed that it’s time for Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael to set aside a century of civil-war politics and form a government together.
Father of suicide attacker travelled to Syria last year to try and bring him home
Mohamed Aminour spoke to Le Monde last December about his efforts to convince his son to leave Islamic State.
Real Madrid to sue Fuentes over debt claim
Fuentes is currently on trial on charges of endangering public health by performing blood transfusions on cyclists.
LeMond ready to challenge for UCI top job
He is a figurehead of Change Cycling Now, which calls for a more robust drive to root out drug cheats from the sport.
'The worst team but the best fans': here's what the rest of the world thought of Ireland v Spain
Roy Keane will not approve of the international media’s verdict of last night’s match.
Julian Assange plans to run for Australian Senate
The 40-year-old founder of Wikileaks will have to overcome the obstacle of being under virtual house arrest in England and facing sex crime allegations in Sweden.