The bitterly contested bill to criminalise prostitutes’ clients is heading for legislative limbo
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but this is a signature method used by militant groups linked to or inspired by al-Qaida
City remains on high alert with the population picturing lone attacker stalking its streets looking for further victims
MPs from Greece’s far-right party say cases against them are ‘built on rumours’
Ex-Prime Minister says he will now support the government having failed to gain the backing of his own party
Ministers were reportedly briefed on 'increasing threat of terrorism and of plans to launch simultaneous attacks'
The overwhelming public show of unity appears to be waning
The 52-year-old had been in hospital since the crash under police guard
Mayor alleges comments have been distorted and threatens to sue newspaper
Twenty cars were burned and four people arrested early today in a second night of violence in a Paris suburb after allegedly heavy-handed police action to enforce France’s ban on the full-face Islamic veil.
Five people were injured and six arrested during a protest over enforcement of France's ban on Islamic face veils.
The soldier was wounded in the incident which happened as he patrolled the French capital's La Defense business district with two comrades
The former Interior Minister, Claude Guéant, denies money laundering
Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Paris today in a final attempt to block a vote in parliament tomorrow that is set to legalise gay marriage.
The retrial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak collapsed today when the presiding judge withdrew from the case and referred it to another court, causing an indefinite adjournment that sparked anger in the courtroom.