The Supreme Court is letting a limited version of President Donald Trump's ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries take effect, a victory for Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency.
Beginning on Monday, French TV will broadcast Oliver Stone’s conversations with Vladimir Putin. In line with their American peers, parts of the French media are blasting the director for letting the Russian president voice his opinions unchallenged.
President Emmanuel Macron said Monday France refuses to recognise Russia's "annexation" of the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea.
A Spanish court has ordered that the remains of Salvador Dalí be exhumed after a woman who claims to be the daughter of the world-famous artist filed a paternity claim.
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When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with US President Donald Trump Monday, their similarities will pose the biggest challenge as both leaders push competing nationalist agendas.
Spanish authorities were hopeful Monday that dropping temperature and favorable winds would help firefighters battling to extinguish a forest fire on the fringes of the Donana National Park.
US President Donald Trump broke a two-decade-long tradition this weekend by not hosting a White House dinner to celebrate Eid, marking the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives struck a deal Monday with the Democratic Unionist Party that will allow them to govern despite losing their majority in a general election this month.
Striker Mario Balotelli has signed a one-year contract extension with Nice, the French club said on Sunday.
The Islamic State (IS) group is using drones rigged with munitions in the battle for the eastern Syrian city of Raqqa, a FRANCE 24 team inside the jihadist group’s highly dangerous self-proclaimed capital discovers.
Japanese air bag maker Takata Corp. has filed for bankruptcy protection in Tokyo and the U.S., overwhelmed by lawsuits and recall costs related to its production of defective air bag inflators that are linked to the death of at least 16 people.
Rocking back and forth as crew members desperately tried to keep the vessel afloat.The tourist boat was carrying more than 150 passengers when it got into difficulty in a reservoir in Guat-a-pay in north-western Colombia. A major rescue operation involving the national air force and firefighters got under way - but the boat sank within minutes...SOT: 'We were with our family when we heard screams and noise. You could see the boat was sinking. All you could see was the top of it. All the other boats started heading out so they could help pull people out of the water. Some of the survivors seemed to be in a bad state. Of course, they were desperate, and they started to climb on top of one another so they could get out.'SOT: 'Truthfully, it was incredible to see all of the survivors start arriving. Evieryone pulled together and started to help. It was such a sad and tragic experience.'Authorities say almost a hundred people were rescued, and about forty others managed to make their way back to shore.It's unclear what caused the vessel to sink, but there are reports it may have been overloaded - with some passengers not having worn lifejackets.
If ever there were concerns that music festivals have forgotten their original 1960s' political roots, this year's Glastonbury laid that to rest with one of the most politically charged festivals in years.
At least six people were dead and 31 missing after a tourist boat sank in a reservoir in northwestern Colombia on Sunday, the country's president said.
Investigators have widened a corruption probe into the French assets of three African ruling families, charging the daughter and son-in-law of Congo's President Denis Sassou Nguesso, judicial sources told AFP on Sunday.