When five young London-based musicians went to Kenya on a charitable interactive music project in 2009, they scarcely imagined some four years later they would be playing support to Atoms of ...
Paris gunman Abdelhakim Dekhar was refusing to speak to investigators on Friday as the deadline for opening a formal case against him approached.
Algeria weaves World Cup magic. In Uganda Besigye dodges the cops but Lukwago doesn't. The US beefs up its east African bases. Kenya says no to ICC video links and falls out with the UK.
British author Alan Hollinghurst has won the French publishing world's best foreign book prize for his fifth novel, The Stranger's Child.
A French court has found a German company guilty of failing to carry out quality control on the fake breast implants sold by French company PIP.
A coalition of NGOs are calling on European governments to take legal action against companies that are suspected of having looted gold in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
French police investigating the shooting of a family in the Alps last year have released an identikit image of a mysterious motorcyclist said to have been at the scene of the crime.
Fourteen Caribbean countries have hired a London law form to win reparations for the slave trade. They have targeted France, Britain and The Netherlands as the main beneficiaries of slavery.
French energy giant EDF has clinched a deal worth 18.9 billion euros to build Britain's first new nuclear plant for a generation, with Chinese backing.
This week we reflect on yet another racism row in English football. England manager Roy Hodgson has been the centre of attention this week.