Rwanda will continue to observe the trial of Pascal Simbikangwa, as it enter its fourth consecutive week today in Paris.
Two French NGO leaders were given suspended jail sentences for trying to to smuggle 103 Chadian children to France in 2007 on Friday.
France's Council of State said Friday it will rule "before the summer" on the case of Vincent Lambert, a tetraplegic who has been in a vegetative state for six years. Lambert's wife ...
A French court has ordered controversial comedian Dieudonné to remove two sections of a video posted on YouTube.
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira has been accused of trying to squeeze out a top Paris prosecutor on political grounds as she boasts about her plan to bring increase the neutrality of ...
The trial in France of a former Rwandan army captain, charged with complicity in the 1994 genocide, has been welcomed by the Rwandan government.
After 38 years behind bars, France’s longest-serving prisoner, Philippe El Shennawy, is to be released tomorrow following a court decision on Wednesday.
Liberia's supreme court has barred the justice minister from practising law because she briefly released a jailed journalist on compassionate grounds last year.
Jean-Marie Le Pen, the founder of France's Front National (FN) has been fined 5,000 euros for accusing the Roma population of being habitual thieves.
A lawyer representing a young woman arrested for wearing a full-face veil is trying to get France's burka ban ruled unconstitutional.