Immigration to France
France received immigrants in successive waves during the 19th and 20th centuries. They were rapidly assimilated into French culture. Seeing itself as an inclusive nation with universal values, France...
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TRUMP "Paris Is No Longer Paris" - Here's Why!
When President Donald Trump said "Paris is no longer Paris" at CPAC 2017, it generated outrage from the media and French politicians. After all, what was he ...
Spaniards in France
Spaniards in France comprise people from Spain residing in France and their descendants. They may be French citizens or non-citizen immigrants or expatriates.Spanish immigration to France began from a...
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Polish minority in France
Poles in France form one of the oldest Polish diaspora communities in Europe.About one million people of Polish descent live in France, concentrated in the Nord-Pas de Calais region, in the metropolit...
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Uruguayans in France
Uruguayans in France are people born in Uruguay who emigrated to France.
French culture has long had a strong influence in Uruguay, with its secondary education and University tailored to the Fre...
Romanians in France
Romanian French is the term for a French citizen of Romanian heritage and origins, born in Romania and living as an emigrant in France or being born in France from a Romanian immigrant family, that ca...
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Bissau-Guineans in France
Bissau-Guineans in France consist of migrants from Bissau-Guinea and their descendants living and working in France.
The first Bissau-Guineans immigrants came in the early 20th century. There were...
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Koreans in France
Koreans in France numbered 12,684 individuals as of 2011, making them the 3rd-largest Korean diaspora community in Western Europe, according to South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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Direction centrale de la police aux frontières
The Direction centrale de la police aux frontières (DCPAF) (English: Central Directorate of Border Police) is a directorate of the French National Police that is responsible for carrying out immig...
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Cambodians in France
Cambodians in France consist ethnic Khmer people who were born in or immigrated to France. The population as of 2011 is estimated to be about 80,000, making the community one of the largest in the Cam...
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Massacre of Italians at Aigues-Mortes
The Massacre of the Italians at Aigues-Mortes was a series of events on 16 and 17 August 1893, in Aigues-Mortes, France, which resulted in the deaths of immigrant Italian workers of the Compagnie des ...
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Indian diaspora in France
The Indian diaspora in France includes expatriate residents of France from India, as well as people of Indian ancestry. As of 2000, there were an estimated 65,000 Indians living in (metropolitan) Fran...
Indian diaspora in France - Wikipedia