Ukraine war: EU leaders beat a path to Xi's door seeking China's help
The Europeans want Xi's help. They want him to talk to Ukraine's president as well as Russia's, but they don't see him as the key mediator.
Macron signs France pension reform into law despite protests
The alterations became law after the text was published overnight in France's official journal.
Macron visits Notre-Dame to mark fire anniversary
Its 80-tonne wooden base, resting on stone arches 30 metres above the heart of the cathedral, is due to be completed on Saturday -- four years to the day since the fire that shocked the world.
One of Macron's favourite restaurants in France set on fire by protesters over pension age hike
Staff at La Rotonde in the Montparnasse area of the city were forced to put out flames on the awning of the restaurant where Macron held a victory party during his successful 2017 election bid.
Emmanuel Macron says China has 'major role' to play in path to Ukraine peace
The conversation showed the "common will of France and the United States to engage the Chinese to accelerate with us the end of the war in Ukraine and build a lasting peace", Macron's office said.
French protests: White House supports right 'to demonstrate peacefully'
French police have been strongly criticized by rights groups for heavy-handed reaction to anti-Macron protests over the past month.
France sees new pension protests, police brace for violence
Violence has since flared and thousands of tons of stinking garbage have piled up on Paris' streets as sanitation workers strike.
457 arrested, 441 police injured in France unrest: Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin
Darmanin also said that there had been 903 fires lit in the streets of Paris during by far the most violent day of protests since they began in January.
Anger at Macron mounts as French unions hold protests
Violence has intensified in recent days since the government forced the pension bill through parliament last week for lack of enough support.
French President Emmanuel Macron to speak as anger smoulders over pension reform
Police arrested 234 people in Paris alone on Monday night during tense standoffs between protesters and security forces, with several groups burning trash bins, bikes and other objects.
New pension protests in France ahead of crucial votes
More than 80 people were arrested at a 4,000-strong Paris demonstration Saturday where some set rubbish bins on fire, destroyed bus stops and erected improvised barricades.
France's Macron pushes economic ties in Angola
In the Angolan capital Luanda, Macron chaired an economic forum, attended by more than 50 French companies, and focused on agriculture.
Timeline: The 30-year battle to reform France's pension system
Successive governments of both the left and right have done battle with the country's famously militant trade unions over how to keep the debt-laden pension system afloat.
France gears up for 'hellish' day as pension protests rage across capital
Opinion polls show that around two-thirds of French people oppose raising the retirement age, a move that comes amid high inflation and with the country still recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 30-year battle to reform France's pension system
Taking a look back at the 30-year battle by various French governments of the left and right to keep one of Europe's most generous pension systems afloat.
France gives FIFA World Cup winners a heroes' welcome home
Crowds began converging early Monday on the Champs-Elysees, the gathering point for all national celebrations.
Emmanuel Macron basks in France's World Cup glow, hoping to capture feel-good factor
The 4-2 defeat of Croatia in Moscow on Sunday by the young French team starring Kylian Mbappe was celebrated by 40-year-old Macron in person, who jumped and pumped his fists with each goal.
FIFA World Cup 2018: No refuge from politics but France victory a fitting climax
This year's World Cup was never going to be a refuge from politics when it was being staged in Putin's Russia, but the players did their best to keep the tournament for themselves.
Iran uranium enrichment plan aims to destroy Israel: PM Benjamin Netanyahu
Netanyahu was visiting European leaders to discuss Iran's regional involvement and nuclear programme, both seen by the Jewish state as grave threats.
Saudi warns of military action if Qatar gets Russian missiles: Report
There was no immediate official reaction from the president's office or the French foreign ministry to the report.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test