Macron faces mass protests in several sectors over reforms
Macron's statement on Balkans being an area of rivalry for EU, Turkey and Russia is not 'constructive', says spokesman
The 40-year-old leader is facing the biggest test of his nearly 12-month presidency as train drivers, public sector workers and students protest against his economic reforms.
French President Emmanuel Macron says strikes were conducted for 'honor of the international community'
The energetic young French leader wants big changes in the face of growing skepticism about the European project, but there has been a marked lack of enthusiasm from Berlin to Budapest.
More strikes to come if 'red lines' are crossed again: Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian
'We refuse any possibility of military escalation', says French Defense Minister Florence Parly
Allies 'have marshaled their righteous power against barbarism and brutality,' Trump says
It is unclear what the strikers’ demands are, or when the Iron Lady will reopen its doors to visitors
UK Cabinet says an international response should 'deter the further use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime'
Turkish economy minister says France agrees with Turkey over Customs Union
The European Court of Justice ruled in favour of France's ban of the UberPop service, which links amateur drivers with customers, comparing it to a December decision backing traditional taxi firms in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
2,500 riot police and gendarmes fired tear gas after clashes erupted with hundreds of activists
Countries underline urgent need to probe Douma incident
Prince Mohammed bin Salman will hold meetings with President Emmanuel Macron during his two-day official visit starting Monday -- his first trip to France as the heir to the Saudi throne.
Air France cancels flights as transport sector strikes over pay
Le Pen said he was now a member of the Alliance for Peace and Freedom (APF), a grouping of European far-right parties, which said the octogenarian had joined on March 22.
Prince Salman, the 32-year-old de facto Saudi leader, "will be on an official visit Monday and Tuesday, mainly to discuss culture, tourism, investment and new technologies," a source close to the Saudi delegation said.
France introduced border controls after the Islamic State group attacks that killed 130 people in Paris on November 13, 2015 and has renewed them every six months since then amid new attacks.
Joint statement on use of chemical weapon comes on first anniversary of deadly Khan Sheikhoun attack by Assad regime
French state railway operator SNCF announces rolling strikes starting April 3, which will spread over 3 months