The 73-year-old suspect fired over 30 shots with a hunting rifle, killing three members of a family — including a six-month old baby — and a police officer who tried to stop him.
This summer, for one day only, organizers recreated the beaches of Tel Aviv. Palestine supporters in Paris were not amused.
The president claimed that Boko Haram has a new leader, and said the fight against the Nigerian militant group would be over "before the end of the year."
Two different Islamist militant groups have laid claim to the recent attack on a hotel in central Mali that left 13 people dead, including five UN peacekeepers.
French police boarded a train that had just crossed into the country from Italy and detained around 100 migrants, a move that sparked a protest where activists were arrested.
The European Commission has received complaints that the popular theme park charges visitors from countries like Germany and the UK more for ticket packages than it does French visitors.
The opening ceremony for the 14th European Maccabi Games, which features Israeli and Jewish athletes, was held at the site of the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany.
Angry French farmers have blocked several routes into their country from Germany and Spain, turning back hundreds of trucks transporting foreign produce.
Doctors in France have made an unexpected u-turn on plans to end a man’s life support and have handed the case back to the courts.
Three men, including a former marine, were planning to storm the base and film the execution on a GoPro.
Mali’s capital Bamako used to be considered safe, but a recent wave of attacks has led to a redoubling of counter-terrorism efforts in the country's south.
After centuries of peaceful cohabitation, violence has erupted between the region’s rival Arab and Berber communities.
The thieves cut through two rows of fencing surrounding the compound and broke into nine warehouses used to stockpile ammunition for France’s foreign missions.
President and his aides discuss a possible delay to the presidential election as Burundi’s electoral commission confirms the ruling party secured 77 percent of the vote in recent parliamentary polls.
Over the course of the last decade, witness statements and various investigations by journalists from both sides of the Mediterranean have sparked different theories on the killings.
Authorities have tightened security at tourist sites in an attempt to reassure visitors in the wake of the Tunisian beach resort attack.
According to a local police source, the authorities were alerted by the father of a five-year-old girl who was reportedly molested by one of the soldiers.
The latest rescue operations in the Mediterranean brought the number of migrants to have landed in Italy since 2015 to a record 69,000, as the Italian navy begins to recover the bodies of 800 migrants who died at sea in April.
Two weeks after twin Boko Haram attacks left 34 dead in Chad's capital N'Djamena, a terror suspect detonated a suicide belt during a police raid.
The stockpile was set to be distributed across the country for sale in supermarkets and restaurants, and some of it might already have entered the food supply.