'If the Left does not get its act together it will be atomized and marginalised for 20 years'
French President Francois Hollande dismissed his claim, saying French wines were just 'more expensive'
The Jeannette de Caen factory was shut after 164 years in 2014 - but staff would not go without a fight
French Police are investigating reports that three girls, aged between 13 and 15, allegedly tortured a younger girl
Like the Indignados movement, protestors gathering in Paris feel excluded from mainstream politics. Becoming a part of the establishment won't help them meet their demands
The group have been granted permission to return to the Place de la République, as Prime Minister Manuel Valls seeks to reduce tensions
Remember a start-up called easyJet? No-frills could be the way we all travel in future
Police fired tear gas at a crowd of thousands in Paris
Nation’s self-appointed messiah makes his move for power
All too often the women involved in the trade have been trafficked, and live in a form of slavery
Under the new law, pimping and brothels remain illegal, while it is legal to offer your body for sale but illegal for someone to buy it
It comes after several stewardesses said they would defy instructions by company chiefs to wear headscarves in Tehran
We live in intolerant times, when what you wear in public can lead to uncomfortable consequences
The drones will be required to read a licence plate from 50 metres away while 30 metres up in the air
The incident is one of a catalogue of accusations against international troops in the Central African Republic
The air-traffic controllers' strike is part of a nationwide action that also includes transport workers and teachers