Natacha Butler

Natacha Butler

Europe

Spanish police hunt for last remaining suspect linked to attacks

Spanish police have set up roabdloacks and reinforced border checks as they hunt for the last remaining suspect over the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils that killed 14 people and injured others.

Spanish police hunt for last remaining suspect linked to attacks

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Spanish police search home of imam linked to Barcelona attack

Spanish police have searched the home of a missing imam whom they say radicalised the suspects behind the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils.

Spanish police search home of imam linked to Barcelona attack

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Spain united in mourning after Barcelona attack

On Barcelona's most famous Las Ramblas avenue, people stood side by side for a moment of silence to honor those lost in an attack.

Spain united in mourning after Barcelona attack

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France: One of Europe's biggest burger consumers

According to a study last year, about three-quarters of French restaurants now sell hamburgers and 80 percent of these say it has become their top-selling meal.

France: One of Europe's biggest burger consumers

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France's bakeries under threat from competition

Faced with increasing competition and changing consumer tastes, many traditional bakeries are now struggling.

France's bakeries under threat from competition

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Macron seeks to charm Trump at Bastille parade in Paris

US President Donald Trump was the guest of honour as he joined his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron for Bastille Day celebrations in Paris.

Macron seeks to charm Trump at Bastille parade in Paris

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France goes green: Plan to ban petrol and diesel cars

France wants to phase out the sale of vehicles running on petrol and diesel by 2040. It's part of a radical clean energy plan revealed by its Environment Minister. Al Jazeera’s Natacha Butler reports from Paris.

France goes green: Plan to ban petrol and diesel cars

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Macron to deliver contested 'State of the Union' speech

French President Emmanuel Macron's decision to deliver a US-style address in Versailles has proven controversial.

Macron to deliver contested 'State of the Union' speech

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Hundreds of refugees in Calais still trying to reach UK

Refugees are still pouring into the French port of Calais, even though the camp known as the 'Jungle' has been cleared out. The government is promising it will have a plan to deal with the situation. People are running out of patience.

Hundreds of refugees in Calais still trying to reach UK

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New French parliament sees many novice MPs

Many members of France’s new parliament are political novices as part of President Emmanuel Macron’s attempts to transform the political landscape and usher in fresh faces.

New French parliament sees many novice MPs

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Macron: Door open for UK to stay in EU

France President Emmanuel Macron says the door remains open for Britain to stay in the European Union as long as Brexit negotiations continue.

Macron: Door open for UK to stay in EU

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French legislative elections: Macron seeks majority in parliament

Voters cast their ballots on Sunday for who they would like to represent them in France's National Assembly. It is the first round of voting in parliamentary elections, with President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party favoured to win a majority.

French legislative elections: Macron seeks majority in parliament