Politicians have joined a growing debate after a right-wing MEP posted a photo of a veiled woman on a French beach on social networks, accompanied by a commentary about sex equality.
For the second part in our series Clean Break in Jamaica, RFI reports on a former criminal who turned evangelic pastor.
Hundreds of thousands walk to Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain every year. Mostly forgotten since the Middle Ages, the pilgrimage now draws more people than ever before.
French prosecutors are investigating the Church of Scientology for alleged harassment of the employees of a company whose boss had joined the organisation.
President Hollande is to hold talks on Tuesday with a senior representative of the Jewish community in France, after pro-Palestinian demonstrators tried to storm two Paris synagogues on Sunday.
The European rights court on Tuesday rejected arguments that French outlawing full-face veils breaches religion freedom.
Two of Turkey's largest opposition parties have declared a joint candidate to stand against the country’s prime minister who is expected to make a bid for the presidency in August.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered France to keep a man who has been in a vegetative state for six years on life support, overruling France’s highest court.
An group of muslim religious leaders in south eastern France met in Avignon on Wednesday to discuss ways of stopping young people from turning towards violent extremism.
Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan is as full of biblical references as its title suggests. The Russian film is a loose adaptation of the Old Testament story of Job.