In pictures: Public flocks back to Paris Zoo after six-year breakThe Paris Zoological Park, the French capital's largest zoo, has re-opened its doors to the public following a six year closure and major renovations.
RWANDA - FRANCE
Can France and Rwanda ever reconcile over role in genocide?President Paul Kagame has infuriated French leaders by repeating old accusations that France participated in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, suggesting neither country is ready to find...
Anelka blames French PM’s Jewish wife for Dieudonné banFrench footballer Nicolas Anelka has courted fresh controversy in France, saying Prime Minister Manuel Valls moved to ban shows by the inflammatory comic Dieudonné in January under...
France’s ‘Republican Front’ in tatters as FN surgesThe decades-old unwritten agreement between France’s right- and left-wing parties to keep the far-right National Front out of power appears to have come to an end.
FRANCE - ART
Van Gogh’s legacy gets new treatment in ParisA new exhibition in Paris dedicated to Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh puts forth two daring questions: Was he crazy? And who was responsible for his suicide at the age of 37?
Sun-drenched yet hazardous days come to ParisResidents and visitors to the French capital are basking in an unseasonal streak of sunshine. But as the T-shirts and sunglasses appear, so have the dire warnings of air pollution.
Both candidates claim victory in El Salvador presidential runoffCompeting presidential candidates in El Salvador’s presidential runoff both claimed victory on Sunday after a surprisingly close electoral contest.
FRANCE - EXHIBITION
In pictures: Young and old revel at Star Wars landing in FranceA young teen with a mop of brown hair peeking out of his grey hoodie slices the air with an invisible lightsaber.
Paris denies French school is teaching sharia law in QatarFrance’s Foreign Ministry has denied media reports that a French international school in Qatar has agreed to teach Islamic sharia law and separate boys and girls into different cla...
Is a new Tea Party brewing in France?The growing visibility of a staunchly conservative movement in France has prompted comparisons with the Tea Party of the United States.
EL SALVADOR - COSTA RICA
Central America's left-wing candidates on the riseLeft-leaning candidates dominated presidential elections in Central America on Sunday, with polls showing El Salvador’s Salvador Sanchez Ceren and Costa Rica’s Luis Guillermo Solis...
Former guerrillero tipped for presidency in El SalvadorAn ex-guerrilla fighter turned presidential hopeful is the frontrunner in El Salvador’s elections on Sunday. While a left-leaning government is in power, picking a onetime insurgen...