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California parents accused of imprisoning their 13 children in the family’s squalid home beat, starved and chained them to their beds for years, taunting them with pie, a prosecutor said on Thursday, calling it a case of “human depravity.”
A number of French women captured in Syria and Iraq after the fall of the Islamic State (IS) group want to return home as authorities scramble to handle a new challenge. FRANCE 24 interviews a specialist on female jihadism.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Thursday urged the Security Council to revive efforts to punish those responsible for chemical weapons use in Syria after Russia killed off a UN probe of the gas attacks.
Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed a new border security deal on Thursday, through which the UK will pay more to France to stop migrants trying to reach British shores.
He promised to put America first. On the first anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration, FRANCE 24 takes you to Washington and around the world to gauge US might and influence, one year on. How far will Trump go on immigration, Jerusalem and Iran? What will the Russia investigation reveal? Join us and our panel of guests for a special edition of the FRANCE 24 Debate.
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France on Wednesday kicked off a marathon round of talks designed to inform the country’s legislation on bioethics, with the government hoping to avoid a repeat of the poisonous debate that hijacked the legalisation of same-sex marriage.
Donald Trump unveiled the winners of his much-touted "Fake News Awards" late Wednesday, hours after a maverick senator from the president's own Republican party accused him of employing Stalinist language to "slur" and undermine the free press.