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French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is due to hold talks with his Indian counterpart Tuesday in a fresh push to finalise a deal to sell 126 French Rafale fighter jets to New Delhi after a three-year-long wait.
French President François Hollande outlined a plan to fight anti-Semitism Monday at a Jewish council event that was boycotted by Muslim leaders after the council's president said young Muslims were behind "all" the violent crime in France.
A US jury ordered the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Palestinian Authority (PA) on Monday to pay $218.5 million for supporting deadly terrorist attacks in the Jerusalem area more than a decade ago.
Greece will send its economic reform plans to euro zone finance ministers on Tuesday morning, a government official said, missing a Monday deadline for submitting the list which is a condition for extending the country’s bailout programme.
French President François Hollande outlines his government’s upcoming plan to fight anti-Semitism and racism at an annual dinner of France’s most influential Jewish organisation Monday amid mounting alarm over recent anti-Semitic attacks.
Seven weeks after two gunmen killed 12 people in an attack on the offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, the newspaper’s newest issue was released on Wednesday as it resumes normal publication.
Monitors from the OSCE, which is monitoring the ceasefire between Kiev and separatist rebels in east Ukraine, told FRANCE 24 on Monday that the truce is not being respected in critical areas nor with regard to the withdrawal of heavy weapons.
Six French citizens have had their passports confiscated after allegedly planning to travel to Syria, a security source said on Monday -- the first time the measure has been used.
Al Shabaab Islamists have called for attacks on shopping malls in the United States, Canada, France and Britain in a video posted Saturday. The Somalia-based group launched a 2013 siege on Nairobi's Westgate mall that left more than 60 people dead.
The dark comedy "Birdman" won the Academy Award for best picture on Sunday while the best actor honour went to Britain's Eddie Redmayne in "The Theory of Everything" and Julianne Moore took home the best actress statue for "Still Alice".
Ukraine said on Sunday it feared unrest could spread beyond territory held by pro-Russian separatists, after an explosion killed two people at a memorial rally in an eastern city far from the front line.
Hollywood’s awards season reaches its apogee on Sunday at the 87th Academy Awards, where “Birdman” and “Boyhood” will battle for best picture and veteran actors are likely to grasp their first golden Oscar statuettes.
The clock is ticking for Greece to submit a package of reforms ahead of a Monday deadline that Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has described as “inhuman”.
Tourists have flocked to the rugged coast of Brittany and the legendary Mont Saint-Michel to witness a month of exceptionally large spring tides.
A senior pro-Russian rebel commander said separatist forces were due to begin withdrawing heavy weapons from the frontline in east Ukraine on Sunday, a step towards implementing an internationally brokered peace deal.
Turkey launched an overnight military operation into neighbouring Syria to evacuate troops guarding an Ottoman tomb and to move the crypt to a new location, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Sunday.
Nigerian forces backed by air strikes seized the northeastern border town of Baga from Islamist group Boko Haram on Saturday, the military said, a significant victory in an offensive against an insurgency affecting four African states.
As per tradition, French President François Hollande spent several hours tasting wine, patting livestock and chatting with farmers as he opened the 52nd edition of the Paris Agricultural Fair on Saturday.
France’s Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve toured the Silicon Valley on Friday to drum up support for the fight against online terrorist propaganda.
On February 28, 1814, British General Sir Neil Campbell realised with horror that his illustrious prisoner, Napoleon Bonaparte, had slipped away from the island of Elba to go and meet his Waterloo.