West Africa's new role as a transit hub for drugs headed to Europe means illegal narcotics are more readily available on the continent, a top UN official says.
The European Commission unveiled new measures to deal with the migrant crisis, but the UK and others are pushing back against some parts of the plan.
A lightning-quick heist by a team of masked robbers has befuddled investigators a week ahead of the prestigious film festival in the French Riviera city.
Thousands of migrants in the French port town of Calais are waiting for their chance to escape EU laws requiring their asylum requests be processed elsewhere.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is accused of lying about Germany’s collaboration with the US.
The Frenchman, who has spent the last 10 years in jail, was removed from Indonesia’s execution list this week pending a legal appeal.
National Front party founder Jean-Marie Le Pen allegedly squirreled away a small fortune, including $1.87 million worth of gold bars and coins.
After six people were killed during large protests Sunday in Burundi’s capital over the president’s plan to seek a third term in office, police and protesters squared off again Monday.
The company, set to launch later this year, will recreate the smell of people's boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands, wives, and children.
Rwandan authorities immediately denied the allegation, while the country's deputy representative to the UN described the charge as "baloney" on Twitter.
Demonstrators have been protesting president Pierre Nkurunziza's anticipated bid for re-election, which will defy the two-term limit imposed by the country’s constitution.
In an interview airing on French public television, Assad says that French and Syrian intelligence agencies are “in contact” despite the lack of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Pro-Roma advocates have been fighting to keep five Roma families in the northern town of Haubourdin so that the children can finish the school year locally.
France’s nuclear regulator detected a flaw in the steel of the state-of-the art reactor at a project in Flamanville, where construction has been stalled by repeated delays and safety concerns.
Many of the world’s leading space researchers are currently at a conference in Italy discussing how to protect Earth from impacts by asteroids and comets.
A Family Affair in France's Far-Right Party as National Front Founder Backs Granddaughter in Upcoming Elections
Controversial National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen has agreed to step down following a growing feud with his daughter, party leader Marine Le Pen.
France’s Annual Report on Racism Says That France Is Slightly More Tolerant — Despite More Racist Incidents
The surge of national unity in the wake of the "Charlie Hebdo" attacks is overshadowed by enduring prejudice against minorites, including the Jewish, Muslim and Roma communities.
Marine Le Pen believes her father's incendiary remarks—anti-Semitic and anti-immigrant—are destroying the party.
A new report by Amnesty International alleges that over 1,000 Roma are living in squalid conditions in and around Belgrade, as local authorities hold onto millions of Euros earmarked for their resettlement.
Leaked Messages Allegedly Show Kremlin Paid for French Far Right Leader to Endorse Crimea Annexation
Hackers obtained nearly 40,000 messages from a high-ranking Russian official that allegedly reference a deal between the Kremlin and Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's far-right National Front party.