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Army experts blew up a suspect device at Old Trafford on Sunday after tens of thousands of fans were evacuated ahead of Manchester United's final English Premier League game of the season.
The race for the Palme d’Or stumbles with a French tale of sexual urge and unhappy marriage starring the ever-suffering Marion Cotillard, and a visually bold but indulgent non-story of a road movie presented by British director Andrea Arnold.
An Egyptian court on Sunday handed down seven-year prison sentences to six men convicted of beating to death jailed Frenchman Eric Lang in 2013.
The 120,000-tonne “Harmony of the Seas” on Sunday sailed out of the western French port city of Saint-Nazaire, where it was built following 32 months of construction at the STX France shipyard.
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's new documentary on Hissène Habré's grim legacy, which premieres at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday, is a sober and sobering account of the enduring suffering the Chadian dictator inflicted on his people.
A suicide bomber killed at least 25 new recruits inside a police compound in the southern Yemeni city of Mukalla on Sunday in an attack claimed by Islamic State, medical and security sources said.
A group of 17 former French ministers denounced the systemic sexism and sexual harassment in society, calling for an end to impunity for offenders in a letter published in a weekly newspaper Sunday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday he told the French foreign minister that Paris's support of a UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem cast doubt on the impartiality of a peace initiative it is promoting.
Boris Johnson, who is leading the “Out” campaign ahead of Britain’s European Union membership referendum, said in an interview that the bloc was following the path of Adolf Hitler and Napoleon by trying to create a European superstate.
President Nicolas Maduro threatened Saturday to take over idle factories and jail their owners following a decree granting him expanded powers to act in the face of a deep economic crisis.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic headed home a minute from time to break Paris Saint-Germain's single-season Ligue 1 scoring record in a 4-0 rout of Nantes on Saturday.
Ukraine’s Jamala struck a surprise gold in the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday with a song “1944” about war-time deportations of Crimean Tatars by the Soviet Union in one of the most controversial winners in the competition’s history.
Blake Lively first shot to international fame thanks to the international TV hit “Gossip Girl”. Her career has exploded since then, spiced up by her movie star glamour and her Hollywood romance with actor-husband Ryan Reynolds. The actress told us more about her new shark film “The Shallows” and being a working mother.
Regional and Western powers were on Saturday urged to do more to stop the threat from Boko Haram, as the UN voiced concern about the militants' ties to the Islamic State group and threat to African security.
Barcelona sealed their 24th La Liga title as Luis Suarez took his tally for the season to 59 goals with a hat-trick in a 3-0 win at Granada to hold off Real Madrid’s late-season surge.
Maren Ade has a first shot at the Palme d’Or with a funny and deeply moving father-daughter story in her acclaimed film “Toni Edermann”, while a walk through the Cannes film market reveals a new batch of outrageous horror comedies.
Boko Haram remains a threat despite "impressive" military gains against it, French President François Hollande said on Saturday, as regional and Western leaders gathered in Nigeria for talks on the Islamist terror group.
FIFA audit and compliance chairman Domenico Scala has resigned in protest against a power grab by President Gianni Infantino over control of independent panels that monitor the scandal-hit soccer body.
A strike by prison guards in parts of Belgium has led to inmates being “treated like wild animals” as conditions inside jails rapidly deteriorate, a group of intellectuals have warned in an appeal for the authorities to take urgent action.
French authorities have pulled the plug on a popular rap star’s show during war commemorations in the town of Verdun after a clamour of criticism, notably from far-rightists who said the singer’s presence was inappropriate.