Tens of thousands of passengers were blocked at a Paris train station on Wednesday evening, after an incident caused train delays and cancellations into the night.
France’s top literary prize, the Goncourt, has gone to philosophy teacher Jérôme Ferrari for The Sermon on the Fall of Rome - a novel that takes place in a bar on the ...
French police arrested fans of Croatia’s Dinamo Zagreb football team in a Paris hotel on Tuesday, ahead of a match against Paris Saint Germain.
The economy and jobs are at the top of the agenda for the 2012 US presidential election. But down on the Mexican border worries over drug-cartel bloodshed add to high unemployment rates and home foreclosures.
Gynaecologist Denis Mukwege described to RFI how assailants shot at him at least seven times as they escaped in his car after breaking into his home in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
French authorities kicked a Tunisian imam out of the country on Wednesday for promoting jihadist violence, violence against women and anti-Semitism.
Violence hit the streets of Beirut, following Sunday's funeral of top Lebanese security official, General Wissam al Hassan, who was assassinated last week.
Aleppo, the historic Syrian city on Unesco's world heritage list, is a field of ruins with at least half of its residents having fled three months of fighting between rebels and the forces of ...
French President François Hollande on Wednesday paid homage to the victims of the massacre of the 1961 Algerian independence demonstrators on its 51st anniversary.
The Free Syrian Army - or FSA - currently controls a large area between Aleppo and the Turkish border.