Pierre Longeray et Pierre-Louis Caron
The retired commander of the Foreign Legion spoke at a rally where people made Nazi salutes.
The attack on a high-speed train from Amsterdam to Paris has raised questions about rail security and Europe’s vulnerability to terror attacks on trains.
France will “fully reimburse” Russia for the aborted sale of two massive Mistral helicopter-carrying amphibious assault ships, the sale of which was suspended over the Ukraine crisis.
The man is the third worker to have died at Fukushima since the start of decommissioning work to dismantle the damaged nuclear plant.
Alexandru Visinescu's landmark trial marks a victory for the families of the 12 men who died while in his custody.
The company says the money will help tighten security around the rail tunnel that runs beneath the English Channel, and compensate for losses resulting from the migrant crisis.
Ioane Teitiota and his family face deportation from New Zealand after its highest court ruled that the environmental threat of rising sea levels does not constitute grounds for refugee status.