The city of Nice, attacked on Thursday, is thought to have supplied 10% of all French nationals who have left the country to wage jihad.
On normal summer nights, downtown Nice is a hub of activity. But after Thursday's attack, it was a near-desert where cops ordered tourists to put their hands up.
Despite immigration promises by the UK's Leave campaign, France's border agreements with the UK have very little to do with the EU.
A recently opened classroom in the migrant camp has brought a sense of normalcy to dozens of children who have endured grueling journeys to Europe.
Exhibitors at the biggest defense technology fair are coming up with creative ways to defeat the threat of drones, beyond simply shooting them down.
Several exhibitors claim to have developed safer, more effective technologies to respond to the challenges of modern-day crowd control.
The new app will geolocate users to send them relevant notifications and advice in the event of an incident in their area.
A survey of European drug trends found that use is on the rise, and that competition is driving demand for higher-purity products.
The saliva tests to detect weed use will be administered by medical personnel in schools. In the case of students who are still minors, the results will be forwarded to their parents.
The country's leading police union organized a demonstration in Paris, but counter-protesters challenged an official ban to march against police brutality at the same time.
The men are alleged members of the Verviers terror cell, which has many similarities and connections with the cells that carried out the Paris and Brussels attacks, but was broken up before it had a chance to strike.
Along with UN peacekeepers, there are thousands of French soldiers fighting Islamists in Africa — and now tensions are emerging with the local population.
Police in Marseille have allegedly discovered the tracking devices affixed to the cars of several recent victims of the city's drug turf wars.
The introduction of plainclothes security guards is just one of the measures to increase rail security after recent terror attacks in Europe.
The migrants, mostly Afghans and Africans, will be rehoused by the city in emergency shelters in and around Paris.
The seven pirates charged in connection to the deadly hijacking have spent the last five years incarcerated in France, and face life imprisonment if found guilty.
Students fear the government's proposed changes will make workers more vulnerable, even as the country continues to struggle with a high unemployment rate.
In the 1960s and 1970s more than 1,600 children were taken from the Indian Ocean island of Reunion to repopulate rural France — many of them without their parents' consent.
An article by French daily Le Monde claims French special forces and intelligence operatives are currently carrying out covert operations in the country.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have described violations committed under the state of emergency, introduced following the November 13 Paris attacks, just as the French government begins to push for a three-month extension.