This Elderly French Couple Will Have to Return 271 Stolen Picasso Artworks They Kept In Their Garage
A French court sentenced a handyman and his wife a two-year suspended jail sentence as part of an investigation into a box of unknown works by the Spanish master.
IS issues audio message claiming responsibility for the attack that left 21 dead in the Tunisian capital.
Up to five gunmen stormed the Bardo art museum in central Tunis today, killing 19 people and injuring another 24. Tunisia's Prime Minister has described the attack as "heinous."
Thousands are demonstrating as the European Central Bank unveiled a very expensive new HQ in Germany and violence between police and protesters has left scores injured.
The attempted banning of five websites marks the first time French authorities have used a new counterterrorism law that allows sites to be blocked without a judge’s approval.
The officers stand stand accused of failing in their duty to assist “persons in danger” after two teens fleeing police were electrocuted in a power substation.
The International community and the country’s opposition and religious leaders are urging President Pierre Nkurunziza not to run for a third term.
France’s defense minister has announced more troops to combat Islamist insurgents in Africa's Sahel and a continued military presence on French soil, in the wake of January's terror attacks.
Opponents of the bill say the proposed law is “euthanasia in sheep’s clothing,” but for euthanasia advocates, the bill does not go far enough.
Video Shows Double Helicopter Crash That Killed 10 in Argentina, Including Three French Sports Stars
The accident in northwest Argentina happened during filming of 'Dropped,' a reality TV show, and killed two Olympic medalists and a pioneering yachtswoman.
The 22,000-mile circumnavigational flight was conceived to showcase engineering advances and raise awareness about clean energy and climate change.
A French Facebook user is suing the company for suspending his account after he inadvertently posted one of the world’s most famous paintings of a vulva.
Ongoing protests over the government’s plans to tap shale gas reserves in the Sahara turn violent.
International arrest warrants have been issued for the three men accused of killing six people 33 years ago during an attack on a famed kosher eatery in the heart of Paris.
While sea transport is seen as one of the safest methods to shift large quantities of illegal substances, the drop-and-collect method clearly remains less than foolproof.
After months of negotiating, a coalition of rebel groups has asked for more time to present a UN-brokered peace deal to their local supporters.
A Europa League match was stopped 15 minutes early after a small group of masked Dynamo Kyiv fans invaded the pitch and attacked supporters of the rival team.
The fast food giant has shaved off 1 billion euros in corporate EU taxes by routing profits through its lightly-taxed Luxembourg subsidiary, according to a new report.
Gemalto concedes US and UK spies may have hacked its computer system, but denies massive theft of encryption keys.
Police have launched an investigation into the drone flights over Paris, which follow a number of similar sightings around nuclear power stations and the presidential palace in recent months.