Although the Dutch are once again celebrating the arrival of Saint Nicholas or Sinterklaas today, a controversy has been raging over the portrayal of his servant, Black Pete.
Bob Dylan has been charged in France with incitement to hatred, after he was quoted comparing Croats with Nazis in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, a judicial source said on Monday.
In Paris over the weekend, thousands of people gathered in the Place de la Republique to take part in an anti-racism march.
Thousands of people have marched through central Paris to demonstrate against racism nearly 30 years after the first national anti-racist movement in France.
While most of Europe gears up for Christmas, in the Netherlands the focus is on Saint Nicholas's Day, Sinterklaas as the Dutch call it.
A poll published today by the Union of Jewish Students in France (UEJF) revealed that 42 per cent of French voters could vote for a far-right candidate in their next municipal election.
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira was handed a petition signed by 100,000 people condemning racist abuse she has been subjected to on Thursday. Organisers criticised Taubira's ...
Spreading social unrest, the political woes of French President Francois Hollande and rising racism in France continue to attract most comments in the magazines for yet another week.
Trade unions and anti-racist groups have called for a day of demonstrations across France after a series of insults to Guyanese-born Justice Minister Christiane Taubira.
A French priest is abducted in Cameroon. Unions take up the cudgels for Brittany. France's economy continues to flounder. Europe's far-right eurosceptics unite (some of them, anyway).