Russia blames US for generating tensions in Ukraine

Kremlin denies having any plan to invade, and Ukraine’s president snubbed a feeling abroad that war has already begun, rejecting unnecessary “panic.”

Respect Human Rights and we work with you, says EU to Taliban

The European Union (EU) said that they will only cooperate with the Taliban if they respect fundamental rights, including those of women, and prevent...

European leaders continue to be the champions of globalization!

Apart from occasional arguments, the leaders of the group of 7 stood firm to their belief in a more global and inclusive community, taking on all and every challenge coming their way.

French submarine patrols South China Sea, likely angering Beijing

A French nuclear attack submarine was among two navy ships that recently conducted a patrol through the South China Sea, its defence minister announced,...

France, Germany ‘moving forward’ on future combat jet

France and Germany aim to take the next step in the development of Europe's next-generation combat jet in the coming weeks by confirming contracts...

France & Germany threaten AstraZeneca with legal action if they favored UK over EU when distributing Covid-19 vaccine

Tensions in a row between AstraZeneca and the EU over vaccine shortages have heightened further as Paris and Berlin said the company should face...

France debates bill against ‘disease’ of Islamist extremism

French lawmakers on Monday began debating a controversial bill against what the interior minister described as the "disease" of Islamist extremism eating away at...

France’s Le Pen, neck to neck with Macron, proposes hijab ban

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen proposed a ban on Muslim headscarves in all public places on Friday, seeking to build on a record...

China accuses EU lawmakers of ‘gross interference’ in its crackdown on Hong Kong

China on Friday hit back at an EU resolution condemning its crackdown on Hong Kong democracy activists, accusing European lawmakers of "gross interference" in...

France’s ‘James Bond’ stuntman Remy Julienne lost his battle to Covid-19

One of the world's leading stuntmen, Remy Julienne, who worked on six James Bond films as well as the 1969 classic "The Italian Job",...

Meghan privacy battle: Duchess of Sussex hopes to stop case going to trial

Meghan Markle's high-profile lawsuit against a British newspaper group for privacy and copyright breaches returns to court in London on Tuesday, with the duchess...

French Muslim council agrees on a “charter of principles” requested by Macron to end extremism

France's Muslim federations agreed Sunday on a "charter of principles" requested by President Emmanuel Macron in his bid to eradicate sectarianism and extremism. Macron urged...