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New York Times : France
14  juillet     19h08
Olympic Torch Reaches Paris in Elegant Style
Roger Cohen    The flame has been on a long journey since its arrival in May, but hopes that it would bring the country together have foundered on political division.
13  juillet     04h01
This Soccer Player Wanted to Wear Her Hijab on the Field. France Wouldn’t Let Her.
Sarah Hurtes and Iman Al-Dabbagh    Lina Boussaha joined a team in Saudi Arabia so she could wear her head scarf while playing the sport she calls a part of my soul.
12  juillet     18h41
France Is at a Political Impasse Ahead of 2024 Olympics
Roger Cohen    After elections produced a deadlocked Parliament, both left and right are claiming victory, while President Emmanuel Macron insists no one won. It’s a recipe for turmoil.
France’s Army Is Singing for Ukraine
Ségolène Le Stradic    The Choir of the French Army will join the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra in Paris to show support for Ukraine in its war against Russia.
How Can Europe Reduce Its Military Dependency on the United States?
Steven Erlanger    With Washington looking toward China, and the possibility of another Trump presidency, Europe should do more for its own defense. Here are four key areas to watch.
As the Tour de France Climbs Higher, It’s a Two-Man Race
Victor Mather    Tadej Pogacar and Jonas Vingegaard, who have split the past four Tour de France wins, are set for a duel in the mountains.
U.K. Government Seeks Migration Miracle Worker, Preferably in Uniform
Stephen Castle    Britain’s new center left government is moving quickly to tackle a challenge that bedeviled its predecessors: how to prevent migrants crossing the Channel and break up trafficking gangs.
11  juillet     20h34
After France’s Election, the Far Right Is at a Crossroads
Constant Méheut    The National Rally’s campaign was marred by controversies that undercut its effort to convince voters that it was ready for power. Now, leaders are asking where the party goes from here.
12  juillet     13h41
In Europe, Tactical Voting Was a Big Winner. In the U.S. It Is Harder.
Amanda Taub and Lauren Leatherby    In France and England, parties worked to limit voters’ choices to avoid splitting votes.
11  juillet     17h01
Antes de los Juegos Olà mpicos, Francia envà a a migrantes sin hogar fuera de Parà s
Sarah Hurtes and Ségolène Le Stradic    El gobierno de Macron prometi alojamiento en otro lugar. Seguimos a los autobuses y nos encontramos con una situaci n desesperada.