Iran General NewsIranian insults against Carla Bruni 'unacceptable': France

Iranian insults against Carla Bruni ‘unacceptable’: France

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AFP: France said Tuesday that insults in the Iranian media against first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, who has been branded an “Italian prostitute” who “deserves death”, are unacceptable.

PARIS, Aug 31, 2010 (AFP) – France said Tuesday that insults in the Iranian media against first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, who has been branded an “Italian prostitute” who “deserves death”, are unacceptable.

“The insults in the daily Kayhan and picked up by Iranian websites against several French figures, including Mrs Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, are unacceptable,” foreign ministry spokesman Bernard Valero said.

“We’re making this message known by normal diplomatic channels.”

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