#UPDATE French President Emmanuel Macron fires top security aide Alexandre #Benalla who was taken into custody after videos emerged showing him strike a young man during a demonstration in Paris in May https://t.co/Qem2nNfhbH
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French President Emmanuel Macrons centrist government has survived confidence votes called by both the left and right over the scandal surrounding a top security aide who was filmed manhandling demonstrators at a Paris protest https://t.co/IqiKhS0Ryy
French prosecutors have opened a new probe into the actions of a top security aide to President Emmanuel Macron who allegedly roughed up two May Day protesters hours before a violent incident for which he has already been charged https://t.co/zrYspWJBeb
French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday dismissed the scandal surrounding a top security aide who roughed up protesters as a "storm in a teacup", as furious criticism from his opponents showed no sign of abating https://t.co/WdmAbRVsB7
#UPDATE An Air China flight from Paris to Beijing turned back 30 minutes after take-off on Thursday due to a terrorism threat that subsequently turned out to be a false alarm, the French authorities said https://t.co/zmoGrCqsFS
Alexandre Benalla, der prügelnde Ex-Mitarbeiter des französischen Präsidenten äußert sich nach seiner Entlassung zum ersten Mal öffentlich: Er habe das "Gefühl, eine große Dummheit begangen zu haben". https://t.co/Y2WH0CRpnE
Frances opposition lashes out at Emmanuel Macron over his response to revelations that his top security aide roughed up protesters, accusing the president of badly mishandling the worst scandal since he took office https://t.co/Jf7pWT7CqH
French President Emmanuel Macron and his administration defended their handling of the scandal over violence by a now-fired top security aide, as Macron described Alexandre Benallas actions as a "betrayal" https://t.co/Mhe6PKpPbv
Infographic on scandal surrounding #AlexandreBenalla, the former French presidential bodyguard who was charged with assault after manhandling several protesters at a May Day rally https://t.co/NQj6wPP6i6
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