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Macron to backpedal on creating First Lady status

Paris - French President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to backpedal on the issue of creating an official First Lady position for his wife in the face of attacks from left-wing opponents and a petition against the move, officials and reports said.

Petition against French First Lady garners 160,000 signatures

Paris - More than 160,000 people have signed an online petition against the wife of French President Emmanuel Macron being given a formal position as the country's First Lady.The petition on change.

Obama praises Nancy Reagan's Alzheimer's work

Washington - US President Barack Obama on Saturday praised Nancy Reagan's efforts to raise awareness about Alzheimer's and stem cell research, one day after the former first lady was buried in California next to her husband.

Stars past and present bid farewell to Nancy Reagan

Simi Valley - Hollywood stars and political powerbrokers past and present gathered to hear glowing tributes to former first lady Nancy Reagan before her burial beside her husband at the Reagan presidential library Friday.

President Obama orders flags at half-staff for Nancy Reagan

Washington - US President Barack Obama ordered flags lowered to half-staff Monday at the White House and all federal buildings in honor of late former first lady Nancy Reagan.

Former first lady Nancy Reagan dies at 94

Los Angeles - Nancy Reagan, devoted wife and trusted confidante to late president Ronald Reagan who became the most ardent guardian of his legacy, died on Sunday, aged 94.

Michelle Obama tours Beijing's Forbidden City

Beijing - US First Lady Michelle Obama took her daughters and mother to Beijing's former imperial palace Friday, on a China tour the White House emphasises will be light on politics and heavy on personal diplomacy.Obama, her daughters Malia and Sasha, and her mo...
 

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