Éric Zemmour has gone from peddling far-right rhetoric on the French version of Fox News to serious political contender.
Younger French activists have embraced political correctness, but older members of the establishment have reservations.
France lost a multi-billion dollar contract to sell diesel-electric submarines to Australia when the U.S. and Britain inked a deal to sell nuclear-powered submarines to the Oceanian nation instead.
The two leaders spoke for the first time since the U.S. announced its submarine deal with Australia—an agreement France called a "knife to the back."
A joint statement from the Elysee and White House said that France's ambassador will "have intensive work with senior U.S. officials" upon his return.
The AUKUS deal is "not something that anybody needs to worry about, and particularly not our French friends," U.K. Prime Minster Boris Johnson said.
French President Emmanuel Macron shared a tribute to the late Catholic priest in a tweet noting his "generosity" and "love for others" on Monday.
NSO Group has denied that it held "a list of potential, past or existing targets," including Macron and other members of the French government.
Forty percent of France's population is vaccinated, but COVID-19 infections have increased in the past two weeks.
"France doesn't have the vocation or the will to stay eternally in the Sahel," French President Emmanuel Macron said as France prepares to reduce its forces.
United States President Joe Biden is on his first overseas trip since taking office in January, but where does he stand on the world stage?
As world leaders gather in Cornwall, England this week, one issue will be at the forefront of their plans: Defeat the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled the world the past year and prevent it from happening again.
The Group of Seven met Friday in Cornwall, England for the first in-person gathering in two years. The day also included a reception with Queen Elizabeth II, her son Prince Charles and her grandson Prince William.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants the European Union to match the U.S.' ambitions of donating 500 million vaccines. He has insisted on helping Africa in particular.
"When I saw his friendly, lying look, I felt disgust, and I had a violent reaction," Damion Tarel told the court. "It was an impulsive reaction."
An aide to the French president has told AFP Agency that Macron was slapped as video emerged of the incident.
The French president visited Rwanda in an attempt to rebuild relationships after the 1994 genocide, acknowledging France's role but not offering an apology.
France's highest court ruled earlier this month that a man who beat and murdered a Jewish woman in Paris could not be tried for murder because he had no "discernment or control" due to a large consumption of marijuana.
As France reached a grim milestone in COVID-19 deaths, some believe the total number is leaving out victims who died in their homes earlier last year.
Two years after a massive fire tore through Paris' Notre Dame cathedral, officials are hopeful that worshippers and Olympic guests will be welcomed inside the cathedral by 2024.
"We're going to close nursery, elementary and high schools for three weeks," French President Emmanuel Macron said in a televised address to the country, according to the Associated Press.
The sooner Macron and Kurz confront political Islam, the better.
A 13-year-old student in France accused her teacher of Islamophobia last year, prompting her father to launch a social media campaign against him, which ultimately led to his brutal murder.
A newly proposed bill says people who refuse to get a COVID vaccine or test could be limited from gaining access to public transportation or certain activities in France.
Macron is among a number of world leaders who've tested positive for the virus since the pandemic began.
The 42-year-old tested positive having displayed symptoms, and is now beginning a seven-day isolation period.
The fallout from a clip of French officers beating a Black man has intensified as President Macron's government pushes a new bill that critics say would make it illegal to publish images or footage of police activity.
The three police officers involved in the incident were questioned in custody and have been suspended.