Britain's decision to impose a 14-day quarantine on all arrivals from France will lead to a reciprocal measure, French junior minister for European affairs Clément Beaune said late on Thursday (13 August).
The government’s aid programs are winding down, and officials are so far resisting pressure to extend them. But what if the virus resurges?
For more than 60 years, the premier home for improv comedy was a bastion of whiteness where performers of color were consistently demeaned. Now it is trying to remake itself entirely.
The British immigration minister said Tuesday that the U.K. and France have agreed to a plan to stop a wave of illegal immigration that has seen hundreds of migrants making their way across the English Channel into Britain this month.
France's data privacy watchdog CNIL said on Tuesday (11 August) that it has opened a preliminary investigation into Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok after it received a complaint.
British border agents brought ashore migrants in the port of Dover on Monday (10 August) after picking them up from an inflatable boat as they crossed the Channel, the latest in a surge of crossings that is causing political tensions with France.
Britain's armed forces have been asked to help deal with boats carrying migrants across the Channel from France, the Defence Ministry said on Saturday (8 August) after a spate of arrivals on the southern English coast.
For the many women who allege to have been abused by the famed French modeling agent and Jeffrey Epstein associate, Jean Luc Brunel, justice has been non-existent.
A man who authorities believe has ties to radical Islam entered a bank armed with a revolver and took at least six people hostage.
As outraged protesters gathered in central Beirut on Thursday, French President Emmanuel Macron assured that foreign aid dollars would not fall into corrupt hands on the second day since a massive explosion devastated the Lebanese capital, leaving so far at least 157 dead and 5,000 injured.
Lebanon mourned on Thursday (6 August) the victims of the most powerful blast to hit a country that has already been struck down by an economic crisis, as rescuers searched for those missing since the explosion flattened Beirut port and devastated the city.
A critic’s tour deciphers the signs and symbols of the street art adorning boarded-up storefronts. What it tells us about our shared political realities and the ways our stories are connected.
Bees can act as tiny pollution detectors, say researchers, who found higher but still safe lead levels in honey gathered downwind of the cathedral.
The European Commission on Friday (31 July) signed off on a merger between French trainmaker Alstom and the rail arm of Canadian firm Bombardier, setting a number of competition criteria in the process.
Since the arrival of Vincent Bolloré at the helm of the premium broadcaster, the group has been short €40m for the years 2017 and 2018.
The French media regulator CSA has to deal with this dispute between the Canal Plus group and the film industry.
Canal Plus is one of the biggest financial supporters of French cinema. By law, each year, the Canal+ Group (and not the channel) must pay 12.5% of its total revenues to European cinema, including 9.5% to French cinema.
The problem, according to the weekly, is that since the arrival of Bolloré, there is a shortfall of €40m for the years 2017 and 2018. Behind the scenes, the CSA is trying as best it can to get everything back in order, but without being too abrupt with Canal+, the satirical newspaper ironically points out.
For its part, the Canal Plus group is trying to justify itself, claiming that its revenues have been falling for several years. But Le Canard Enchaîné claims that Canal+ has decided, on its own initiative, to take into account only its channel’s TV turnover for 2017 and 2018, and no longer the turnover of the whole group.
The kingdom’s investment has made it the latest Gulf country to try to improve its nation’s image by attaching it to a European soccer club.