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Baby panda snuggles with mother in video documenting its 1st month
Video released by a French zoo shows how a panda born last month has grown. Officials at Beauval Zoo say the panda, nicknamed Mini Yuan Zi, is drinking without a bottle, according to The Associated Press. In the video, the baby, who now weighs more than 2 pounds, can be seen snuggling with its
Emmanuel Macron's wife on 25-year age gap: 'We have breakfast together, me and my wrinkles'
French first lady Brigitte Macron is speaking out about the 25-year age difference between her and husband Emmanuel Macron , France's 39-year-old president. "There are times in your life where you need to make vital choices," Brigitte, 64, tells Elle France's September issue of her relationship
Rihanna visits President Macron in France to support education
Rihanna is actively campaigning around the world as ambassador for the Global Partnership for Education -- this time in France. The "Work" singer met with French president Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron , on Wednesday in support of the education advocacy group and providing more
Trump told French first lady, 'You're in such good shape'
President Donald Trump today complimented the French first lady's physical appearance during a tour of the historic Parisian site Les Invalides. "You know, you're in such good shape," President Trump said to Brigitte Macron in a video the French government posted to its official Facebook page. The
Emmanuel Macron sworn in as new French president
France officially has a new leader: Independent centrist Emmanuel Macron was inaugurated Sunday morning as the country's new president. Macron, 39, is the youngest president in France's history. He was elected on May 7, beating his far-right rival, Marine Le Pen . The official result of the vote
Everything you need to know about France's new president
When Emmanuel Macron is sworn in as the president of France on Sunday, he will be the youngest person ever to hold that position. In his resounding electoral victory yesterday, Macron, 39, showed that France wants an alternative to established politics. But although he was relatively unknown in
The 5 sharpest insults from Wednesday night's French election debate
Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen faced off Wednesday night in a live TV debate one last time before Sunday’s second-round runoff in the French election. The two presidential candidates sat on opposite sides of a round table and exchanged insults for more than two hours