Reason for crash that killed 66 is still unclear
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Exclusive: Belgian raids fail to locate cache hidden after Brussels atrocity
'Kill them, kill them,' Larossi Abballa said, calling for Euro 2016 to be turned into 'a graveyard'
Some of us in Britain may be inclined to look on the recent French strikes as quaint and admirably familiar behaviour from our closest European neighbours. In fact, it is symptomatic of an almost permanently sclerotic economy, with high unemployment, low growth, and low productivity
The company was accused of fraudulent commercial practices
As Uefa Euro 2016 kicks off this week, The Independent has compiled concise guides to each of the host cities
It comes after a French man was arrested in Ukraine over a plot to target the tournament
'Cuisine has the power to bring together people who do not know each other and don't have the same cultural reference points'
Two of the world’s greatest art museums take emergency action to protect their collections as the level of the River Seine rises to a threatening level
Experts warn of unpredictable flood levels less than a week before the Euro 2016 football tournament
British Airways has cancelled around 40 flights due to fly to, from or over France on the instructions of the French government
A spokesman for the Paris fire service said 11 people, including eight children, were hit by lightning
'I wanted to do something which continued the theme of all my work – bringing people together by inviting them to look at the world in a different way,' JR says
Famous white tickets have been used on the Métro and buses since the opening of the first train lines in 1900
Kevin Philippy has been promoted from trainee to full police officer despite having just failed his exams