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
Schools across France were paralyzed and traffic was disrupted as students and workers went on strike. VICE News is there and broadcasting on Facebook.
As investigations into the Belgian attacks continue, police are still on the hunt for a third man filmed with two suicide bombers at Brussels airport on Tuesday.
Some people, including French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, believe that waves of immigration are going to destabilize the EU. We asked an expert if that was a likely possibility.
The high school student, who is a week shy of his 16th birthday, was not known to French intelligence services. Authorities said that he claimed that French Muslims were "dishonoring Islam" and that the French army was "protecting Jews."
On the first anniversary of the bloody assault on the satirical magazine's offices, here is a review of how the events unfolded that day and over the following days, as shootings persisted and authorities moved quickly to respond.
Aid organizations say what Serbia, Croatia and Macedonia are doing is just wrong.
France, which insists that it is not targeting individual jihadists but rather the Islamic State, seems eager to avoid the controversy surrounding extrajudicial executions, the legality and morality of which has been hotly disputed.
The man accused of decapitating his boss and causing an explosion last Friday near Lyon reportedly told investigators he "wanted to commit suicide as part of a media stunt."
French Prime Minister Swears Proposed Spying Law Won’t Lead to 'Widespread Surveillance of Civilians'
France is considering a sweeping overhaul of its domestic surveillance policies that critics fear could threaten civil liberties in the country.
Valls described the party as "an immense and obvious danger."