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France

Convey-ing Fashion CD Style

The high-tech conveyor-belt catwalk inside the black box construction added edginess to the collection.

19 Jan 2019 3:10 PM

Dior switches Paris catwalk date to avoid 'yellow vest' protests

The “yellow vest” revolt, driven by high living costs and frustration at President Emmanuel Macron’s leadership,

10 Jan 2019 12:01 PM

France shooting: Gunman kills 3 people in Strasbourg Christmas market, flees

Some two hours after the attack, elite police cornered the suspect and shots were fired, a source close to the operation said.

12 Dec 2018 9:09 AM

At least 31,000 'yellow vests' protesting across France, 700 detained

Paris was on lockdown with major monuments and department stores shut and some 8,000 police on streets following worst rioting in capital.

08 Dec 2018 7:33 PM

France to consider state of emergency to contain violent riots

'We have to think about the measures that can be taken so that these incidents don’t happen again,' spokesperson said.

02 Dec 2018 2:02 PM

French father jailed for feeding children only cakes and Coca Cola

The father, who was described as violent towards his wife and children, had spent all his welfare money on alcohol.

25 Oct 2018 2:08 PM

Was consensual sex: Islam scholar Tariq Ramadan in French rape case

Ramadan, a well-known TV commentator, has strongly denied accusations that he raped women in hotel rooms.

23 Oct 2018 11:47 AM

Khashoggi death: Don't give Saudi Arabia 'licence to kill', says RSF

Khashoggi disappearance has been shrouded in mystery and tipped Saudi Arabia into one of its worst international crises.

20 Oct 2018 3:01 PM

As Chinese assertion grows, France plans aircraft carrier in Indian Ocean

France, Australia and India had a responsibility to protect the region from 'hegemony' -- a veiled reference to Beijing's growing might.

20 Oct 2018 1:19 PM

Kim Jong Un sincere about denuclearisation, should be rewarded: S Korea

Moon said Kim was 'sincere, calm and polite' and 'felt frustrated by the international community's continuing mistrust'.

15 Oct 2018 12:16 PM