French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin with Israeli Prime MInister Ehud Barak in Jerusalem
JER2000022402 - 24 FEBRUARY 2000 - JERUSALEM, ISRAEL: French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin answers questions at a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak in Jerusalem, February 24, 2000. French Prim Minister Lionel Jospin will be in the region for four days and hold meetings with high Israeli and Palestinian officials. rw/Debbie Hill UPI
UPI Almanac for Monday, June 3, 2013.
UPI Almanac for Sunday, June 3, 2012.
If momentum and popular enthusiasm can transform a country's politics, France faces a dramatic shock in Sunday's first round of presidential elections.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy will be looking over his shoulder at Francois Hollande, the man with the best chance to replace him in next year's elections.
A razor-thin victory by Martine Aubry for the leadership of the French Socialist Party has set the stage for more factionalism on the Left, analysts say.
UPI Almanac for Tuesday, June 3, 2008.
UPI almanac for Sunday, June 3, 2007.
Former French Prime Minister Lionel Jospin announced Thursday he was withdrawing as an opposition Socialist presidential candidate for next year's election.
Ségolène Royal's campaign for the Socialist nomination in the French presidential election next year has reportedly run into its first trouble in Paris.
France's former Socialist Prime Minister Lionel Jospin appears back in politics to go against the popular Segolene Royal in the party presidential primary.