Downing Street confirmed no meeting would take place with the Front National's Marine Le Pen
'It is unacceptable that there should be, through a certain number of statements by the president of the United States, pressure on what Europe should or should not be,' says Mr Hollande
Suspect Alexandre Bissonnette gave himself up after calling police
The shadow of selfishness and neglect is darkening over the world – let us spread the light of altruism and compassion instead
Russia denies supporting rebels in eastern Ukraine and blames Kiev for violating ceasefire
Survey conducted among over 3,200 people questioned online between 28 November and 3 December
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has resigned following his defeat in the country’s referendum to reform the constitution
Mr Hollande said he is stepping down to give his Socialist party a chance to win 'against conservatism and extremism'
Two years before the UK has pledged to stop burning the fossil fuel
Campaign organisers for Mr Macron say they have amassed €2.7 million of funding from 6,400 donors
The German Chancellor is facing even greater responsibility for defending democratic values in light of the increasingly fragmented geopolitical landscape, analysts argue
Failure to act against climate change will be ‘disastrous for future generations and it would be dangerous for peace,’ says French President Francois Hollande
Angela Merkel says she will work with President-elect if he offers 'respect for human beings, independently of origin, skin colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation or political views'
'New camps like this spring up all the time, we have had problems like this in Paris for months'
The French Prime Minister says he has told Theresa May British authorities must 'play their part in subsequently welcoming them to the United Kingdom'
The EU is 'considering threatening Russia with sanctions' over the bombardment of besieged Aleppo