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Magnitude 5.8 earthquake hits France

Paris: An 5.8-magnitude earthquake hit western France at 6:38 p.m. local time (1638 GMT) on Friday, the French Central Seismological Bureau (FCSB) announced.

France: Ariane 5 carrier rocket successfully puts two satellites into orbit

Paris/UNI/Sputnik: An Ariane 5 rocket from France has launched two satellites into orbit, a commercial communications one and another for the French military, the Arianespace launch provider said.

Two killed, 20 missing as floods submerge France's SE

Paris/Xinhua: Flash floods that struck France's southeast region of Alpes-Maritimes over the weekend have so far left two people dead and 20 others missing, local authorities said on Monday.

France joins international program to reverse biodiversity loss by 2030

Moscow/Sputnik: France has joined 64 other nations for the so-called Leaders’ Pledge for Nature initiative to curb the biodiversity loss on the planet by the end of the decade, French Minister of Ecological Transition Barbara Pompili said on Tuesday.

Nearly 21,000 chickens die of suffocation in fire in central France: Reports

Moscow/Sputnik: Some 21,000 chickens have asphyxiated in a storehouse due to a fire that broke off the ventilation system in the building located in the Creuse department in central France, the France Bleu broadcaster reported on Monday.

Greenpeace activists protesting deforestation block entry to total's refinery in France

Moscow, Oct 29 (Sputnik/UNI): Greenpeace activists blocked the entry to a processing plant belonging to French multinational oil and gas company Total in southeastern France on Tuesday as part of a protest against deforestation caused by the use of palm oil for producing transport fuel.