British kingpin drug smuggler Robert Dawes on trial in Paris
Englishman Robert Dawes is being tried in France for allegedly bringing in 30 suitcases filled with 1.3 tons of cocaine on an Air France flight from Venezuela in 2013. He is accused of being an international drugs lord.
Iran confirms test of ballistic missiles
An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander said: "Iran needs no permission from foreign countries" to test missiles. The US, Britain and France claim the tests flout restrictions on Tehran's military program.
Foreign doctors in France face insecure prospects
Foreign doctors in France face insecure prospects.
France suspends fuel tax hike for 6 months to quell protests
France has suspended a planned fuel tax hike which has sparked violent protests. In a televised address, the prime minister called for an end to violent protests, saying "no tax deserves to risk unity of the nation."
France, Germany said to warn EU not to let U.K. claim victory
Germany and France have privately warned the European Union to do more to prevent the U.K. from being able to claim victory in Brexit talks, according to EU diplomats. They have expressed fears the bloc is giving too much away in the charge to get a deal.
Man City defender Mendy ruled out after knee surgery
Manchester City's France full back Benjamin Mendy has undergone surgery on his left knee, the Premier League champions said on Wednesday.
Unrest breaks out in New Caledonia after referendum on independence from France
Unrest breaks out in New Caledonia after a referendum on independence from France.
Genoa bridge disaster likely to have major repercussions
The highway using the Morandi bridge not only connected Genoa's port and airport to the region, it linked the city with southern France.
Paris fan zone goes wild at final whistle as France wins World Cup
Fans in Paris went wild at the final whistle in the World Cup final on Sunday (July 15) as France won the competition for the second time in its history, beating Croatia 4-2.