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The city of Nice, attacked on Thursday, is thought to have supplied 10% of all French nationals who have left the country to wage jihad.
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
Despite immigration promises by the UK's Leave campaign, France's border agreements with the UK have very little to do with the EU.
A recently opened classroom in the migrant camp has brought a sense of normalcy to dozens of children who have endured grueling journeys to Europe.
The country has imposed a digital blackout after questions from the 2016 International Baccalaureate exam were leaked on Facebook earlier this month.
Exhibitors at the biggest defense technology fair are coming up with creative ways to defeat the threat of drones, beyond simply shooting them down.
Several exhibitors claim to have developed safer, more effective technologies to respond to the challenges of modern-day crowd control.
Officials hope the campaign will raise awareness around human trafficking and France's new anti-prostitution law, which forbids clients paying for sex.
The new app will geolocate users to send them relevant notifications and advice in the event of an incident in their area.
The Euro 2016 soccer tournament kicks off this week, and French officials are taking extensive measures to secure venues in ten cities against terrorist attacks, hooligan shenanigans, and clashing fans.
Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes as water levels continue to rise due to sustained heavy rain.
A survey of European drug trends found that use is on the rise, and that competition is driving demand for higher-purity products.