French Prime minister Bernard Cazeneuve gestures as he speaks during a questions to the government session at the National Assembly (Assemblee Nationale) in Paris on Dec. 13, 2016. / AFP / Patrick KOVARIK
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France's new PM Cazeneuve seeks to extend state of emergencyIn his first speech to parliament, France's new prime minister argued Tuesday for an extension of a year-old state of emergency, saying that's needed to keep France secure through its 2017 presidential election.Cazeneuve last week replaced former Prime Minister Manuel Valls, who stepped down to seek the French presidency in the nation's two-part vote in April and May.Cazeneuve also vowed to boost France's economy, fight unemployment and cut public spending.
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