France will tear down the Calais 'Jungle' refugee camp that houses 7,000
The refugee camp has become a sore spot for the community, and now the French government is promising to find alternative housing for the thousands of migrants.
Everything we know so far about the Bastille Day truck attack in Nice, France
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.
French Special Forces Stage Mock Terror Attack So They Can Learn to Get Along
France's interior minister has told representatives from the country's three elite police units to bury the hatchet to better tackle the threat of terror attacks.
An Unprecedented Number of Young People in France Want to Become Cops
The number of applicants to become police officers in France has risen by 42 percent since the terror attacks in Paris in 2015 — but unemployment plays a part, too.
More Cops With Bigger Guns Will Stop Terrorists, Says French Government
Police officers will get the G36 assault rifle, a weapon commonly used in war, to patrol French cities. That's part of a government plan to stop attacks like the Paris massacre of November 2015.