Damascus research lab targeted by air strikes sustains major damage
Buildings said to be part of a scientific research centre in the Damascus district of Barzeh were severely damaged following air strikes carried out by the U.S., France and Britain on Saturday (April 14).
Bidding adieu to a French hero
It's been a day of mourning in France. The country paid a national tribute to Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, the gendarme officer who gave his life to save a hostage during last week's terror attack.
‘We are erased from the public sphere’
Franco Lollia has been living in France since he was two years old. But like many other black people in the country, he feels excluded from society. In 2005 he founded an organization to battle what he describes as implicit and pervasive racism.
Plastic: Does France have a recycling problem?
When it comes to sorting and recycling plastic waste, France has some catching up to do. Less than 25% of plastic packaging is recycled, while the rest is incinerated or put in landfills.
'Mine is bigger': Trump taunts Kim Jong-un about size... of nuclear button
France looks to install landlines in prisons to combat illicit cell phone trafficking. And the famous opera Carmen gets a feminist revamp in its latest Italian version!
What has become of the May '68 student movement that changed France?
In 2018, France marks the 50th anniversary of a defining moment in its collective history: The 1968 student protests.
French women speak out about sexual harassment, but what happens next?
The #MeToo campaign has become a global rallying cry, including here in France. One month ago, tens of thousands of women across France went public with their stories of harassment at home, at work, and in the streets. It sparked a national dialogue and calls for new legislation to better address the issue.
France formally investigating Russian billionaire and senator over tax fraud
A Russian billionaire and senator is arrested in France over tax fraud money laundering allegations.