French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the recent deadly attacks in the French city of Nice and in Munich, Germany, the Elysee Palace said in a statement on Saturday.
French President Francois Hollande has sent a message of support to German Chancellor Angela Merkel after the deadly Munich shooting.
Looks like the French are taking a haircut regarding the return on their massive investment in Big Government: The investigative and satirical newspaper Le Canard Enchaîné reported [last week] that
On Saturday, Cuba's Vice President Miguel Diaz-Canel bid farewell to the country's Olympic delegation — 120 athletes are heading to Rio de Janeiro, and with more than their typical flag-emblazoned uniforms. French luxury footwear designer Christian Louboutin and Henry Tai, a former... Continue reading
Francois Guennoc, the vice president of local charity L’Auberge des Migrants said that the population of a refugee camp in the French town of Calais increases by about a thousand people per month and it is expected to be 10,000 people in September.
French president announces plan to send artillery, but no ground troops, to combat ISIL in Iraq in August.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Francois Hollande have agreed that the special arrangement for border controls at Calais - where thousands of migrants have camped out for years, hoping to make it to Britain - will remain in place post Brexit.
French President Francois Hollande said that 12 people who were victims of the truck attack in the Bastille Day truck ramming in the French resort of Nice are still fighting for their lives.
France will send artillery to Iraq and its Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier to assist the US-led coalition’s efforts in Syria and Iraq in the coming months, but will not deploy its troops in these countries, French President Francois Hollande said Friday.
Prime Minister Theresa May won’t trigger Britain’s EU exit procedure this year - but France says it should happen sooner rather than later. ||| Paris - French President Francois Hollande urged Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday to...Show More Summary
Evening Headlines Bloomberg: Hollande Tells May to Choose EU Market or Migrant Curbs for U.K. French President Francois Hollande told U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that Britain faces a choice: Accept unlimited immigration from the European Union or lose access to its single market. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande on Thursday told Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas of his concern at the "fragility" of the situation in the Middle East in a context of mounting violence, the president's office s...
French President Francois Hollande said Thursday that the talks on Britain's exit from the European Union may start as early as in the next few weeks to determine the future of EU-UK relations as soon as possible.
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande said on Thursday he understood Britain needed time to prepare for negotiations on quitting the European Union, but that it should be done as soon as possible.
French President Francois Hollande has been accused of abusing democracy by using - for the third time - a part of the French constitution to finally push through into law, controversial changes to French Labor laws, which have provoked weeks of protest.
French President Francois Hollande and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny in a joint statement on Thursday called on the United Kingdom to start the process of leaving the European Union as soon as possible.
he United Kingdom will not have access to the European single market after Brexit if it does not respect freedom of movement, French President Francois Hollande said on Thursday.
France has urged Britain not to draw out its negotiations to leave the European Union. ||| Berlin - British Prime Minister Theresa May heads to Paris on Thursday for Brexit talks with French President Francois Hollande after Germany agreed to give Britain more time to prepare its withdrawal from the EU. Show More Summary
PARIS (Reuters) - Long under fire for the economy's slow recovery, French President Francois Hollande looked his chirpiest in months in his traditional Bastille Day TV interview.