Les Bleus meet Romania at the sold-out Stade de France for the first Euro 2016 encounter. The hosts did not have to qualify so they don't know how they'll perform. The team is under pressure to impress the home crowd.
Romania's ruling Social Democratic Party has withdrawn support for Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu and his cabinet. The move is likely to bring down Grindeanu's government, which has only been power since January.
Romania's parliament has dismissed Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu after his party submitted a no-confidence vote. The party has said Grindeanu lost their support for failing to implement its reform program.
Around 1,000 people have marched through Bucharest amid proposals to amend the constitution and ban gay marriage. Orthodox Church groups claim to have 3 million signatures in support of the plan.
With France ready to take on Romania in the opening game of Euro 2016 in Paris, captain Hugo Lloris says he and his teammates are ready for 'the competition of their careers'.
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