France marks a day of mourning for the deaths of 12 people in Wednesday's shooting attack on the Paris offices of a satirical magazine as a manhunt continues for the two main suspects.
January 8, 2015
French police say at least 11 people are dead after a shooting at the Paris headquarters of the satirical weekly paper Charlie Hebdo.
January 7, 2015
A Roma baby girl has been denied a burial space by a French mayor, sparking outrage among activists.
BBC: January 4, 2015
European leaders have joined forces to warn of the rise of right-wing political movements on the continent, amid fears of "unrest and political turmoil" in the region if their growth goes unchecked.
CNBC: January 2, 2015
IMF head Christine Lagarde says she has been placed under formal investigation for negligence in a French fraud case but has not been charged.
BBC: August 27, 2014
French President Francois Hollande has said the EU must reform and scale back its power, amid a surge in support for Eurosceptic and far-right parties.
BBC: May 26, 2014
Exit polls across the European Union show surprisingly strong wins for so-called Eurosceptics on the far right and far left in European Parliament elections.
May 26, 2014
Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front party is leading in the European Parliament elections in France, according to early projections. Results from across the 28-member bloc are coming in throughout the the evening.
Deutsche Welle: May 26, 2014
France and Germany led a group of countries on Tuesday in pushing for a tax on financial trading although the levy is set to fall far short of what was pledged at the height of the financial crisis and may be pared back further.
Reuters: May 6, 2014