UN chief warns new US leader Donald Trump any move to pull out of historic climate deal would be unacceptable.
Human Rights30 Jun 2016 08:35 GMT
The current deadlock is the very cause of the subpar economic results in France over the past 30 years.
France15 Jun 2016 05:15 GMT
At least 40 people have been injured and 73 arrested in Paris as thousands rally against labour reforms.
War & Conflict02 Jun 2016 09:41 GMT
Why Israel rejects the French and other international peace initiatives.
France12 May 2016 17:49 GMT
Protests across the country coincide with voting in parliament with 246 politicians in favour of no-confidence vote.
Egypt17 Apr 2016 19:19 GMT
French president meets Egypt's leader to boost military ties between the two countries.
Counting the Cost27 Mar 2016 14:41 GMT
We take a look at France's high unemployment rate and explore who will benefit from the proposed labour law reforms.
Politics16 Dec 2015 14:28 GMT
Since the Charlie Hebdo massacre, the scope of state repression has drastically increased.
Politics13 Dec 2015 07:17 GMT
Second round of elections to show whether far-right National Front can win control of a region for the first time.
Elections07 Dec 2015 04:31 GMT
Marine Le Pen's National Front wins at least 30 percent of the vote nationwide, three weeks after deadly Paris attacks.
Politics06 Dec 2015 21:15 GMT
Estimates show Marine Le Pen's National Front coming first, followed by Sarkozy's Republicans and Hollande's Socialists.
War & Conflict05 Dec 2015 04:46 GMT
Turkey provides more smoke and mirrors for the press to occupy themselves with.
Environment28 Nov 2015 20:46 GMT
Protesters in multiple countries demand leaders craft pact to avert climate catastrophe ahead of Paris climate summit.
Politics24 Nov 2015 09:36 GMT
The anti-ISIL coalition can only succeed if member states set aside their differences.
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