The country's independent prison authority warned that isolating radicalized inmates could be dangerous and increase the likelihood of radicalization.
The man accused of decapitating his boss and causing an explosion last Friday near Lyon reportedly told investigators he "wanted to commit suicide as part of a media stunt."
Taxi drivers reportedly began pursuing suspected Uber drivers during the demonstrations, and confrontations on the roadways grew heated and dangerous, stranding passengers.
Indignant French officials demanded answers from their American counterparts on Wednesday after learning that the NSA eavesdropped on the last three French presidents.
Criminal charges could be filed after a lamb from France's "Green Sheep" program was mistakenly sent to the slaughterhouse and likely ended up on somebody’s plate.
Serge Atlaoui, 51, had contested Indonesian President Joko Widodo's refusal to pardon him after he was sentenced to death for working at an ecstasy lab.
The head of an NGO in Burundi announced the death toll and said 1,000 people have been arrested and dozens tortured since the demonstrations began in April.
As many as 200 migrants live in the so-called Austerlitz slum, near the banks of the Seine and below the popular club Wanderlust.
Marine Le Pen along with several other right and far-right political leaders announced the creation of a new European Parliamentary party, “Europe of Nations and Freedoms” on Tuesday.
Former IMF head and French presidential hopeful Strauss-Kahn had described the sex parties as much-needed "recreational sessions" to relieve pressure during the global financial crisis.
Former Official in Far-Right French Party Accused of Torching Cars to Drum Up Fears Ahead of Election
A 25-year-old member of France’s National Front party allegedly torched 13 cars in a Paris suburb in an attempt to make insecurity a campaign issue.
The center will provide temporary accomodation for migrants to consider whether or not they want to file an asylum claim in France.
Dresden mayoral candidate Tatjana Festerling, who had called for a "renaissance" of German culture and said asylum seekers are seeking to live off government handouts, came in fourth.
Vincent Lambert, left severely brain damaged by a traffic accident in 2008, has been at the center of an emotional family legal battle.
The European Commission has commended the initiative but said animal testing should continue for lack of suitable alternatives.
The world's biggest particle collider has restarted today after a two-year hiatus, and it's almost twice as powerful.
Health authorities ordered the sprawling camp be dismantled to prevent a feared outbreak of dysentery and scabies.
More than 20 people were injured after fighting broke out at a makeshift camp for migrants in the northern French port town of Calais.
Thirty-five UN peacekeepers have been killed in the line of duty since the start of the MINUSMA mission in Mali, making it one of the UN's deadliest peacekeeping missions.
Almost 20 percent of the population has signed the petitions, but Kagame's strong-arm tactics lead many to question their authenticity