Vandals on Saturday damaged the tomb of General Charles de Gaulle, leader of France’s resistance to Nazi occupation during World War Two and founder of the Fifth Republic.
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A French photojournalist held in Turkey for nearly three weeks has ended a week-long hunger strike, press freedom body Reporters Without Borders (RSF) said Saturday.
As Lynne Ramsay’s “Your Were Never Really Here” wraps up the Palme d’Or contest, we take a look at some other crucial and trivial awards from the 70th Cannes Film Festival.
As the Cannes Film Festival prepares for the all-important award ceremony on Sunday night, FRANCE 24 takes a look back at some of the highlights captured on the red carpet.
The FRANCE 24 team in Cannes took a break from the film industry frenzy in Cannes to check out the annual ultra-glamorous amfAR bash. One of the social highlights of the festival -- and the year -- the fundraiser featured a very special auction.
US President Donald Trump refused to endorse the Paris global climate change accord – saying he needed more time – but backed a pledge to fight protectionism at a meeting of the G7 in Italy on Saturday.
A suicide car bomber killed at least 13 people in the eastern Afghan city of Khost on Saturday, officials said, in the first major insurgent attack at the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
The Islamic State group on Saturday claimed responsibility for shooting dead 29 Christians on a bus in central Egypt, an attack that prompted retaliatory air strikes on jihadists in neighbouring Libya.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, made a pre-inauguration proposal to the Russian ambassador to set up a secret, bug-proof communications line with the Kremlin, the Washington Post reported Friday evening.
Britain has arrested a "large part" of the network behind Manchester's suicide bomb attack, police said Friday, while the government came under fire for cutting police budgets as election campaigning resumed.