Losing parties in Pakistan’s general election are claiming widespread fraud, as former Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif tries to put together a coalition government.
An extraordinary picture of a wolf, taken by an automatic camera during the night, is important evidence for the people of Cellier-du-Luc in the Ardèche region in southeastern France, who ...
Pakistan’s general election has seen a swing to the Pakistan Muslim League-N which has secured its leader Nawaz Sharif a third stint as prime minister.
Opposition MPs in France are calling for the resignation of the Paris police chief after yesterday’s violence in Trocadéro, one of the most visited parts of central Paris.
The conflict in Syria has now been going on for more than two years, and for Syrians abroad, it has been difficult watching the deadly events unfold in their homeland.
A panel of experts in France on Monday recommended imposing taxes on smartphones and tablets but rejected a call for Google to be charged for linking to media content.
Paris police said on Wednesday that they would deploy more officers at the city’s main tourist attractions in an effort to cut back on pickpockets and other petty crimes against visitors.
At the Cannes Film Festival, the first French film out of six in the main competition is by François Ozon.
Le Passé or The Past is a slow film which takes place over a few days in the lives of ordinary working people in a Paris suburb in a huis clos of tightly shot, beautifully lit ...
France is leading a drive, backed by culture ministers from 13 other EU nations, to have the audiovisual sector exempted from negotiations for an EU-US free trade deal.
The French President, François Hollande, has used a major press conference to urge the French public to be patient with his plans to reverse sluggish growth and rising unemployment.
There are a lot of mining stories on South African front pages this morning...
Tackling violence towards immigrants in South Africa and building new homes in Algeria are two of the stories in today's African papers...
Marches were organised around the world by ethnic Tamil Sri Lankans on Saturday the 18th March to mark the 4th anniversary of an attack that killed over 40,000 people in northern Sri Lanka.
The Lebanese parliament will today vote on two proposed ideas for electoral reform ahead of an election scheduled for June.
A man has shot himself dead in front of children at a nursery school near the Eiffel Tower in central Paris.
The French President, François Hollande, is giving an important press conference about his future plans for France. Follow RFI English's live blog for the latest updates.
France entered into recession in the first quarter of 2013 according to official statistics, with weakened production output, consumption and investment to blame.
Misleading labels, false country of origin, and additional sugar are all problems plaguing 10 percent of honey controlled and marketed in France according to a recent study released by the ...
French authorities say police are questioning a 48-year-old Briton arrested after allegedly slitting the throats of his two young children.