French President François Hollande called it a historical "dead end."
At least 84 people are dead after a man driving a large truck plowed through a crowd of revelers celebrating Bastille Day in the seaside French city.
France's prime minister once called Trump "a bad man." Now the president himself has a warning for the world about a possible Trump presidency
On Tuesday, one of France's largest and most hardline trade unions staged a mass demonstration in central Paris, against a labor-reform law. Things turned ugly fast.
The Republican frontrunner wasted no time in weighing in on the situation, despite officials saying repeatedly they do not know what happened yet.
Abdeslam, who was captured in Brussels on Friday after four months on the lam, reportedly plans to fight extradition to France.
It's Saturday morning at the Paris International Agricultural Show, and any minute now, French President François Hollande is supposed to engage in the fair’s presidential tour. However, things won’t be going quite as planned.
Police in Venice took on protesters by boat and jet ski on Tuesday near the site of a planned meeting between the Italian and French leaders.
Weirdly the whole circus wasn't just about the competing egos of David Cameron and Boris Johnson.