'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.
The French protest again and some Viking warriors were women
Today we take a look at how the press is covering France's national strike.
British police arrest man in hunt for London bombers
British police have made what they called a "significant" arrest in their manhunt for the perpetrators of the London Underground bombing. It was in Dover port, where ferries depart for France.
Migrant crisis: What can the UN do?
At the end of 2016, 65 million people were forcibly displaced worldwide, a figure almost equal to the population of France.
French left divided, but opposed to Macron's reforms
We take a look at divisions within France's labor unions and political parties.