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France may ban wolf whistling as part of measures to tackle sexual harassment

'It is a cultural struggle to bring down the tacit consensus of acceptance of violence'

Google and Facebook among tech giants Theresa May will order to remove extremist content

PM will use a UN forum to claim progress in removing terror-related posts from social media

Greater UK nail bar regulation needed to stop exploitation of Vietnamese trafficking victims

Vietnam is one of the top three source countries for modern slaves coming to Britain, new report finds

French government pledges to legalise assisted reproduction by 2018

Change to law 'a matter of social justice' says minister Marlene Schiappa in boost to LGBT couples and single women

Disabled teenage girl left mutilated after rats attack her in bed

'There was blood coming from her ears - I was terrified that she might have had a brain haemorrhage'

Kano assault charges dropped after alleged witnesses 'go on holiday'

Judge told award-winning grime artist that he was able to leave court 'without a stain on your character'

Maelys de Araujo: French police charge wedding guest over disappearance of 9-year-old girl

35-year-old charged with 'kidnapping, illegal confinement or arbitrary detention of a minor'

Toxic shipwreck could have caused chemical cloud that affected 150 beachgoers in East Sussex

In the past, chemicals have drifted across the English Channel from European industrial units

Emmanuel Macron's approval rating hits record lows four months after election landslide

French President suffered worst drop in popularity in 20 years last month following a number of significant setbacks

'Water taxi' startup frustrated by the stranglehold of French bureaucracy

A riverboat taxi service has had public backing, but speed limits on France's rivers are just of many red tapes holding SeaBubbles back

It feels so embarrassing to be an Englishman abroad after Brexit

I know Cool Britannia now looks like Cruel Britannia, especially if you have relatives here. But please believe me. We're really not all like that

Marseilles incident: Car crashes into two bus shelters killing at least one person in the southern French city

One person has been killed and another injured after a car crashed into two bus shelters in the French city of Marseille.

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