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PARIS, FRANCE - APRIL 20: A man from Rajasthan, India is seen guiding a dromedary in front of the Chateau des Vincennes on April 20, 2024 in Paris, France. The camel parade was organized by Christian Schoettl, mayor of Janvry and a longtime "camel aficionado." Fifty camels were paraded through the Bois de Vincennes, a large park east of Paris, starting at the Chateau des Vincennes.  (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 24: Waiters and waitresses   are seen fast walking holding a tray with drinks and a croissant during the Cafe run on March 24, 2024 in Paris, France. Three hundred waiters were expected to participate in a return of the legendary cafe waiters run, which dates back to 1914 and sees waiters dressed in traditional bistro attire while fast walking - not running - for 2 kilometres while holding a full tray of drinks. The race starts and ends at the Hotel de Ville and passes through the bars-filled neighbourhood of Le Marais. The cafe run has returned to Paris after a 13-year absence.(Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - MARCH 1: Tractors are seen as farmers from the collective “Coordination Rurale” block the roads around the l'Arc de triomphe, including the entry to the Champs-Élysées with hay bales and tractors on March 1, 2024 in Paris, France. Protests have been held all over France as rising fuel bills, strict EU legislation and unfair competition have a substantial impact on farmers finances and future. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - FEBRUARY 24: Men dressed in traditional regional clothing prepare cheese from Langres during the 60th Agricultural fair on February 24, 2024 in Paris, France. An estimated 600.000 people are expected to visit Europe’s largest agricultural fair during the nine days the fair is open to the public, a thousand exhibitors from 20 countries will be present.  Protests have been held all over France as rising fuel bills, strict EU legislation and unfair competition have a substantial impact on farmers finances and future.


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PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 11: Women from the feminist movement “Femen” join a rally bare breasted and branding metoo signs on a bitter cold evening on January 11, 2024 in Paris, France. Dozens of organisations have called to gather to protest against sexist and sexual violence in Paris on January 11 2024. The rally comes after the actor Gerard Depardieu, who has been accused of rape and sexual intimidation by several women, and whose crude behaviour towards women was shown in a recent documentary. French president Emmanuel Macron has angered many when he defended the actor by saying that "he is a great actor and that he does not believe in a man hunt". (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 19: Air pollution is clearly visible as seen from the Sacre Coeur looking south on January 19, 2024 in Paris, France. Air quality in Paris and its close suburbs is qualified bad today as the cold weather spell and weak winds contribute to the poor elimination of car exhaust and home heating particles. The authorities have asked people to limit or refrain their car use, drive more slowly or use electric means of transportation. They also advise people to refrain from burning wood for heating.  (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 14: A man and a woman have their arms and necks in chains during a rally denouncing the newly introduced Darmanin law on January 14, 2024 in Paris, France. The Darmanin Law, named after Interior Minister Gerard Darmanin, toughens conditions for migrants and immigrants to stay in France and apply for social benefits by imposing stricter criteria. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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French riot police stand guard as ten of thousands of people march in the centre of Paris against pension reform plans. The plans by the Emmanuel Macron’s government, to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64, have been met with anger and protests. The trade union, the communist CGT and the radical left wing opposition party NUPES, have called the unlimited March strikes a make or break moment for the law and have vowed to block France entirely and as long as necessary despite potentially costly consequences on the French economy.
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PARIS, FRANCE - DECEMBER 1: A protester waves a flare during a rally organised by “Les Natifs” or the natives, an extreme right wing mouvement, for Thomas, a 16 year old boy killed 2 weeks ago in Crepole on December 1, 2023 in Paris, France. Nine people were arrested on November 21 and placed in police custody, suspected of being involved in the death of the 16-year-old teenager on Nov. 25 during a party at a community recreational centre in central France. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 25: A woman aims a machine gun during a war simulation exercise with virtual reality during the Forum Innovation Defence on November 25, 2023 in Paris, France. Organised by the French Ministry of Defence, the 4th edition of the Defence Innovation Forum, Forum Innovation Defense (FID) will be held from November 23 to 25, 2023, Porte de Versailles in Paris. Researchers, industrialists, small and medium size businesses, the public sector and investors will meet to exchange and prepare the armies of tomorrow. The objective of the event: to discover the innovative projects of actors in the sector reflect on the major challenges of Defence innovation such as artificial intelligence, quantum and energy sobriety. In total, about a hundred innovation projects will be present. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 23: People walk around illuminated animals and plants on display in the Jardins des Plantes on November 23, 2023 in Paris, France. From November 22, 2023 to January 21, 2024 the Jardin des Plantes offers a trip around the globe to discover the extraordinary biodiversity of tropical rainforests. Spread over four continents - Asia, Oceania, South America, Africa - they are home to more than half of the known animal and plant species in the world. At nightfall, the museum, turns into a real jungle with felines, amazing frogs, giant flowers and other wonders all lit up. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - NOVEMBER 12: Speaker of the French parliament, Yaël Braun-Pivet (left) and speaker of the Senate, Gérard Larcher (middle) and Prime minister Elisabeth Borne, (right) sing the national anthem during a march against anti-Semitism on November 12, 2023 in Paris, France. The march is the initiative of the speaker the French senate, Gerard Larcher and the president of the parliament, Yael Braun-Pivet. All main political parties will attend but the leader of extreme left wing party, La France Insoumise, or France Unbowed, Jean-Luc Melenchon, has ruled out participating calling those who attend "friends of unconditional support for the massacre". Some are also calling for the Rassemblement National, the right wing political party led by Marine Le Pen, to not participate as they see the past of the party and former political stance an impediment to join the march. France has seen a significant increase in anti-Semitic incidents since the war in Gaza started over four weeks ago.  (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 12: Police push Pro Palestine supporters back after the gathering they visited was deemed illegal by French police because of serious trouble to public security on October 12, 2023 in Paris, France. On October 7, the Palestinian militant group Hamas launched the largest surprise attack from Gaza in a generation, sending thousands of missiles and an unknown number of fighters by land, who shot and kidnapped Israelis in communities near the Gaza border. The attack prompted retaliatory strikes on Gaza and a declaration of war by the Israeli prime minister. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 9: Aldo Massaglia from a company called Doggybug guides a sniffer dog through a cinema to look for the presence of bedbugs on October 9, 2023 in Paris, France. France has seen a resurgence of bedbug sightings in places such as schools, trains and cinemas, sparking a frenzy of activity to detect them and get a grip on the situation.  The blood-sucking insect, cimex lectularius, is increasingly difficult to exterminate because of heightened resistance to products that are used to eradicate them. Officials are equally worried about the impact this might have on the Olympic Games 2024, that Paris hosts in 10-months time, with hundreds of thousands of visitors staying in hotels and other lodgings in and around the city. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - OCTOBER 9: The Eiffel tower is lit up in the colours of the Israeli flag and the star of David on October 9, 2023 in Paris, France. On October 7, the Palestinian militant group Hamas launched the largest surprise attack from Gaza in a generation, sending thousands of missiles and an unknown number of fighters by land, who shot and kidnapped Israelis in communities near the Gaza border. The attack prompted retaliatory strikes on Gaza and a declaration of war by the Israeli prime minister. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 23: A man waves a homemade sign with the text “racism” and the image of the French interior minister, Gérald Darmanin, during a march denouncing police behaviour on September 23, 2023 in Paris, France. Nearly one hundred parties, unions and associations organised a "unitary march" against "police violence" and "systemic racism" on Saturday September 23 in the French capital. (Photo by Remon Haazen/Getty Images)
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A veiled woman holds a sign with the text “Justice for Nahel” during a white march in Nanterre. Thousands of people joined a "marche blanche” in Nanterre after the death of Nahel, 17, who was killed at close range by a policeman after refusing to stop. The death of the young man on June 27th 2023 sparked nights of rioting in Nanterre but also other cities near Paris and other parts of France.


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A man stands as fires rage in Nanterre. The death of Nahel, 17, who was killed at close range by a policeman after refusing to stop on June 27th 2023 sparked nights of rioting in Nanterre but also other cities near Paris and other parts of France in one of the worst episodes of urban violence in recent French history.


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Mark Benioff, Chair, CEO and co-founder SALES FORCE at Viva Tech. VivaTech is Europe’s biggest start-up and tech event. It connects start-ups and investors and show cases the newest technology. It is the 7th edition of the Paris based tech fair and boasts the presence of 2200 exhibitors, including renowned industry leaders. Ten thousand business representatives wil be attending the 3 day event with prices for entry tickets skyrocketing to € 620. This years VivaTech, Viva Technology, has a strong focus on AI or artificial intelligence.


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Patrice Caine, president directeur general de THALES
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Thales shareholders meeting Paris.
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The air is thick with teargas near the Place de la Republique in Paris on April 17, 2023. After the french president, Emmanuel Macron, went on television to defend the freshly adopted and controversial pension age reform, thousands of people took to the streets to show their disagreement concerning the law.
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French riot police surround a group of people who wanted to protest near the commercial shopping center of Les Halles in the center of Paris.  Paris has seen protests since the governement of Emmanuel Macron pushed the highly contested pension reform through the French parliament without the need for a majority vote, in effect bypassing them. Prime minister Elisabeth Borne has decided to bypass the lower house as the government thought it might not have a guaranteed majority, putting in doubt adopting the controversial law.
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Garbage burns during protests against pension reform in Paris. Hundreds of thousands of people protest against the pension reform law that is now officially adopted in the French parliament. The government of Emmanuel Macron has decided to use the so called 49.3 decree to push the highly contested pension reform through the French parliament without the need for a majority vote, in effect bypassing them. Prime minister Elisabeth Borne has decided to bypass the lower house as the government thought it might not have a guaranteed majority, putting in doubt adopting the controversial law.
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Ten of thousands of people march in the centre of Paris against pension reform plans. The plans by the Emmanuel Macron’s government, to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64, have been met with anger and protests. The trade union, the communist CGT and the radical left wing opposition party NUPES, have called the unlimited March strikes a make or break moment for the law and have vowed to block France entirely and as long as necessary despite potentially costly consequences on the French economy.  The French government might use a special decree, the so called 49.3, to force the law through parliament if it thinks it does not have enough votes to pass the bill.
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Members of the communist trade union, the CGT, use flares as ten of thousands of people march in the centre of Paris against pension reform plans. The plans by the Emmanuel Macron’s government, to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64, have been met with anger and protests. The trade union, the communist CGT and the radical left wing opposition party NUPES, have called the unlimited March strikes a make or break moment for the law and have vowed to block France entirely and as long as necessary despite potentially costly consequences on the French economy.  The French government might use a special decree, the so called 49.3, to force the law through parliament if it thinks it does not have enough votes to pass the bill.
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French riot police charge during violence as ten of thousands of people march in the centre of Paris against pension reform plans. The plans by the Emmanuel Macron’s government, to increase the retirement age from 62 to 64, have been met with anger and protests. The trade union, the communist CGT and the radical left wing opposition party NUPES, have called the unlimited March strikes a make or break moment for the law and have vowed to block France entirely and as long as necessary despite potentially costly consequences on the French economy.
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A woman shaves her hair in Paris, France, in protest of the islamic regime in Iran that imposes the hijab headscarf. Hundreds of people, mainly Iranians living in France, gathered in the center of Paris to show their support of Mahsa Amini, who died under suspicious circumstances in hospital after having been arrested for wrongly wearing the hijab headscarf in Iran.
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A worker cuts plants in an undergound urban farm in Sartrouville. Champereche is an urban underground farm in Sartrouville, a suburb 15 kilometers from Paris where herbs and vegetables are grown with artificial light and the use of hydroponics.  Hydroponics is a method where the roots of the plants are not grown in soil but in closed circuit pipes. Water combined with an organic nutrient solution is passed through these cylinders, reducing water spillage to a minimum and recycling up to 90% of it.
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Indigenous tribal leaders from the Brazilian Amazon rain forest gather in Paris to denounce the constant destruction of the world's largest forest.
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A woman waves the Iranian flag sitting on a trafifc light during a march in Paris to denounce the Islamic regime in Iran. Mohsen Shekari was the first Iranian to be excecuted on Thursday, december 8th 2022 by the increasingly repressive Iranian regime for participating in protests with more facing the death penalty on similar charges.

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