Vladimir Putin’s forces swept into the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula of Crimea in February 2014
From 1 January, workers have ‘right to disconnect’ from work emails as the scale of ‘burn-out’ among employees draws government concern
A string of high-stakes elections in France, Germany and the Netherlands could bring even greater uncertainty to the bloc in the year to come
'2016 will probably come to be thought of as the year the 20th century ended'
One of six hidden camps in the Calais region is seeing ‘several dozen’ new arrivals each week as former ‘Jungle’ residents return to northern France
The 1km road cost about €5 million to build
Chief of French military's general staff says 'peace no longer happens by itself'
'All of these amazing responses have encouraged me to be proud of myself again. Talking is the best way to fully free yourself from pain,' she says
'There is double-talk and a sort of permanent lie,' says the country's foreign minister
IMF chief goes on trial accused of negligence after approving settlement for Bernard Tapie - she denies any wrongdoing
Far-right candidate warns of 'no more playtime' during speech in Paris
Regulator says companies have already conducted due diligence to move operations to the French capital
Britain comes fifth among 12 countries polled
Former interior minister charged with forming new government after taking post as Prime Minister
Even where courses are not completely free, they're often markedly cheaper than those at UK universities
Socialist Prime Minister declares he will step down to pursue presidency