Early morning results show that the "No" vote in Scotland's referendum has exceeded 50% of voter turnout, making the country's rejection of independence from the United Kingdom definitive. Follow the latest news on France 24's live blog.
A 51-year-old Florida man shot dead his daughter and six grandchildren in his home before killing himself on Thursday, authorities said.
Argentina’s Congress passed a bill Thursday giving the government powers to regulate prices and production in a bid to control runaway inflation, a measure condemned by the business community.
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US President Barack Obama on Thursday praised France for its decision to join American forces in conducting air strikes against the Islamic State group in Iraq.
Five United Nations peacekeepers from Chad were killed on Thursday when their truck drove over a mine in rebel-infested northeastern Mali, a Chadian military source told AFP.
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The US will send $53 million in aid, including $46 million in military assistance, to Ukraine’s military but declined a request from President Petro Poroshenko to send lethal aid to help in the battle against Russian-backed separatists.
The polls have closed and vote counting is under way in Scotland in a historic referendum on whether to declare independence from the United Kingdom. FRANCE 24 special correspondent Sam Ball sends live updates from an Edinburgh pub.
At his biannual press conference on Thursday, French President François Hollande discussed his response to Islamist militants in Iraq, controversial plans to deliver a French warship to Russia and the Ebola crisis in West Africa.
After months of speeches, heated debates, and passionate pleas from politicians, celebrities and sports stars, the waiting is finally over.
President François Hollande is holding his biannual press conference in Paris on Thursday following turbulent weeks that included a shock cabinet reshuffle and fiery allegations published in a tell-all memoir by former partner Valérie Trierweiler.
Silicon Valley high-flyer Michael Baum has bought one of Burgundy’s most prestigious vineyards - Chateau de Pommard – management at the estate said Wednesday, the latest foreigner to snap up a leading chateau in France's famous wine-making area.
At 6pm on a mild evening in the small town of Linlithgow, just outside of Edinburgh, the streets are quiet, most of the shops are already closed and the only signs of life are from commuters making their way home from the town’s train station.
A pilots' strike at Air France stretched into its fourth day on Thursday, with the two sides still at odds in a dispute over cost cuts that has forced the airline to cancel nearly 60 percent of its flights again on Thursday.