Thousands of Iraqi asylum seekers are deciding they've had enough of life in Belgium.
On Friday, French President François Hollande met with Jacqueline Sauvage's daughters and lawyers, who are at the forefront of a widespread campaign petitioning him to pardon her for killing her sadistic husband.
The study, which analyzed 598 cases over a two-year period, sheds new light on the demographics of rapists and their victims in the French capital.
Pretty much every nation in the world with a Latin alphabet uses the QWERTY keyboard, but not France. And now the country is about to make some more changes to the way it types.
A photo montage featuring nine of the 10 Paris attackers identifies two of the men as Iraqi militants. It is speculated that the pair could be the two as yet unidentified suicide bombers who detonated explosive vests outside the Stade de France stadium.
Amnesty International accuses Tunisian law enforcement of abusing new counterterrorism legislation and committing human rights violations.
One year after two gunmen wiped out the magazine's editorial staff, satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo is releasing a special issue whose cover blames God for the attack.
Police let Abdeslam and his friends through, even after they admitted to smoking pot on the ride from Paris to Belgium.
The leader of France’s far-right National Front party lost a pivotal election in the northern port city, where as many as 6,000 migrants currently live in a makeshift camp known as The Jungle.
Iraq and Yemen have far more urgent problems to think about than climate change, right? Wrong. And they're in Paris to deal with it.
The poster, which is part of a larger awareness campaign, will be displayed in universities, museums, stores and public buildings.
A French prison watchdog has accused the government of abusing the rules on migrant detention in order to "unclog" the northern port city.
Paris's high concentration of top-ranking universities and low tuition fees makes it the most student-friendly city in the world.
Over 150 heads of state are gathered in the French capital for the first day of talks aimed at securing an international agreement on climate change.
In the Belgian capital, there's no one in the streets except heavily armed soldiers and a handful of civilians, as authorities keep the terror warning at the highest level.
The death toll, number of attackers, and group responsible remain unconfirmed, but chilling details about the rampage and the story of a heroic effort to rescue hostages have emerged.
VICE News spoke with psychiatrist Christian Navarre, who helped set up some of the first emergency psychological support units in the country after the attacks, to try and understand the psychological toll of the attacks on survivors.
How many years ago was the last time anyone saw Windows 3.1? Turns out it's still running key systems at a major French airport. Except when it breaks down, that is.
An independent commission alleges that high-ranking officials blackmailed doped athletes in exchange for covering up positive drug results.
Swiss prosecutors allege that the former HSBC engineer behind "the biggest banking leak in history" was hoping to get rich by selling client data about tax evasion to the highest bidder.