Eiffel Tower evacuated: The Eiffel Tower was evacuated Saturday evening for a few hours as police investigated a bomb threat. Anti-terrorism forces are on the alert in case [...]
“As a whole it’s a show of outstanding quality standards. It’s close to perfection,” said Mr. Lamy.
Every month, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are required to move their operations to Strasbourg, France from headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, for a four-day [...]
It took 69 years. Add that to the age of twenty year olds that were among the 160,000 troops that fought their way ashore on June 6, 1944, on Normandy beaches to gain a [...]
Pope Benedict XVI is only the second pope in the Church’s history we know to have resigned of his own free will—several others have stepped down under circumstances only [...]
Stephane Hessel dies: Holocaust survivor, author, and diplomat Stephane Hessel died on Wednesday. He was 95.
Americans always have nurtured stereotypes about the French. This week’s fervent fight about work-ethic and competitiveness between Titan Tire CEO Maurice Taylor and French industry minister Arnaud Montebourg saw many of them resurface. It was famed American general Norman Schwartzkopf [...]
The EU training mission to Mali launched this week. As the Malian Army, known for human rights abuses, is strengthened, rights groups call for oversight.
You don’t have to go to Paris to see the Louvre’s greatest works. I wandered through centuries marveling the masterpieces of Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Delacroix, Raphael, [...]
Recent terrorist attacks in North Africa, coupled with the brewing conflict in Mali, have given U.S. leaders a call to action.