PKK leader urges fighters to lay down arms against TurkeyThe jailed leader of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) on Saturday urged the separatists to take a "historic" decision to lay down arms, a key step in efforts to end Turkey's…
Anti-Semitism spreading across Europe, says studyJews were the target of harassment in more countries across the globe in 2013 than at any time in past seven years, a study released Friday showed, with hostility towards the…
Nemtsov: the Yeltsin reformer turned Putin foeBoris Nemtsov, who was murdered Friday just metres from the Kremlin walls, served as a deputy prime minister under Boris Yeltsin before becoming one of the most prominent…
Terrible France down and out against WalesFrance suffered their second defeat in three in this season’s Six Nations as Wales rekindled their title hopes with a 20-13 win in Paris on Saturday.
US-led coalition launches air strikes on IS groupA US-led coalition launched 11 air strikes in Iraq and nine in Syria since early Friday against Islamic State militants, the Combined Joint Task Force said.
Bouygues denies death of chief executiveReports that French billionaire industrialist Martin Bouygues died Saturday have been denied by his media group TFI.
Rwandan president claims 'no problem with France'Rwanda has “no particular problem with France”, the country’s President Paul Kagame said in an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24 Friday, despite a long-running dispute over…
Kurdish fighters rout IS group militants from town near IraqKurdish fighters Friday fought their way into a northeastern Syrian town that was a key stronghold of Islamic State militants, only days after the group abducted dozens of…