'Tired of the fog? Try the frogs. Choose Paris La Defense,' says advertising campaign
Afghan woman had been working on documentary about unaccompanied children in camp
The ruling claimed the Jungle Camp closure 'does not disregard the principle of prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment'
LGBT activists are celebrating the victory, which has been widely-recognised as a progressive step for transgender rights
Theresa May has promised to trigger Article 50 of the EU treaty to begin the two-year exit process by next March
President Hollande is said to have called the judiciary a ‘cowardly institution’ in private conversations published in a new book
Excerpts of over 60 interviews with the President are published in a new 672-page book: “A President Should Not Say That: Secrets of Five Years in Office”
Official in Béziers calls for a referendum asking residents whether they want to welcome refugees
The right-winger pledged he would stand up for the 'silent majority' against the 'elite for whom everything is fine'
Jacques Toubon has expressed 'deep concern' over the 'absence of provision' in place for vulnerable camp residents following demolition
Education minister says regulations would only apply to full-face veil and rules out ban on hijab
But his campaign team claim it was an off-hand comment
Train operator SNCF wants passengers to experience 'a journey before the journey' - at no charge
Father Jacques Hamel does not need to be associated with miracles in order to be canonised as he is recognised as a martyr
'The born leader was in reality a fragile seducer subjugated by his conquests, a fake tough guy permanently dependent on affection, an unhappy soul yearning to be loved, living under the domination of an empire of women'
There are approximately 400 lone children in the camp who have the legal right to come to the UK