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Donald Trump is to meet with retired US General David Petraeus on Monday as the president-elect considers him to serve as US secretary of state, reports Bloomberg, citing a source inside Trump’s transition team.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls dismissed speculation of a possible rift with President François Hollande on Monday, a day after he raised the prospect of challenging his boss in the country’s upcoming left-wing presidential primaries.
Thousands of Cubans, some carrying portraits of Fidel Castro and flowers, began lining up early near Havana's Plaza of the Revolution Monday for the start of week-long services bidding farewell to the man who ruled the country for nearly 50 years.
Britain’s anti-European Union UK Independence Party elected its former chairman Paul Nuttall as its new leader on Monday, as it seeks to overcome months of internal turmoil and capitalise on its successful Brexit campaign.
François Fillon has finally clinched the conservative candidacy in the 2017 French presidential race. But while domestic policies have so far dominated the discourse, FRANCE 24’s Leela Jacinto checks out what’s at stake for French foreign policy.
Almost nothing in Havana Saturday night disclosed that the country was mourning the passing of a historic leader. And just a few days earlier, a tour guide had told tourists that it was hard to imagine exactly how the event would play out.
By overwhelmingly backing former prime minister François Fillon, voters in the primary held by France's centre-right on Sunday opted for an economically liberal, socially conservative candidate whose vision for France leaves little ambiguity.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said in a tweet on Sunday that he won the popular vote in the Nov. 8 election "if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally", though he provided no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
Swiss voted in a referendum on Sunday to reject a speedy exit from the nation’s five nuclear power plants, as concerns over losing energy independence outweighed safety worries raised by the measure’s proponents.
François Fillon on Sunday declared victory in France’s conservative presidential primary after beating his more moderate rival Alain Juppé. Check out the events of the election contest as they happened with FRANCE 24’s blog below.
Israeli aircraft struck a machine gun-mounted vehicle inside Syria Sunday, killing four Islamic State-affiliated militants inside after they had opened fire on a military patrol on the Israeli side of the Golan Heights, the Israeli military said.