France has dismissed Russia's claim that the UN report on the use of chemical weapons in Syria is biased.
France and Russia are still in disagreement over the details of a UN resolution to disable Syria’s chemical weapons, the two countries foreign ministers made clear after a meeting in Moscow ...
While France publicly welcomed Russia and the United States’ landmark agreement yesterday on how to persuade Syrian president Bashar al-Assad to eliminate his cache of chemical weapons, the ...
The United States and Russia agreed Saturday on a plan for removing or destroying Syria's chemical weapons by the middle of next year.
France said on Tuesday it has prepared a UN Security Council resolution calling on Syria to put its chemical weapons beyond use or face military action.
French President François Hollande said he is waiting for the report by UN inspectors on the use of chemical weapons in Syria.
Syria and the G20 monopolize the front pages headlining with the American and French hunt for political support to their plan for military action against the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says he has not ruled out support for a strike on Syria, but has warned the West against taking action without UN Security Council backing. In an interview ...
A majority of French people polled said they were in support of putting a military intervention in Syria to a parliamentary vote.
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev founded Green Cross International, an NGO which is described as an environmental version of the humanitarian organisation, the Red Cross.