Russia’s military says it has prevented a “diversionary reconnaissance” group from breaching the border from Ukraine.
The French President on Monday Emmanuel Macron is hosting a meeting between the leaders of France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia on the conflict in eastern Ukraine in a bid to make progress toward possible solutions.
A court in Germany has convicted a Russian citizen for the murder of a Chechen exile in Berlin in 2019. In this case an individual is being prosecuted for a murder that was thought to be ordered by the Russian state. Vadim Krasikov was handed a life sentence for the killing, which prosecutors believe wasContinue reading “Berlin court convicts Russian man for 2019 park murder – DW News”
Interior minister begins legal action to dissolve Zouaves group after brawl at rally for far-right presidential candidate France’s interior minister is seeking to dissolve an “ultra right” group suspected of attacking anti-racism protesters who entered a campaign rally held by the far-right presidential candidate Éric Zemmour. The Zouaves, who support Zemmour’s anti-immigration and anti-Islam ideology, are thought toContinue reading “France seeks to ban ultra-right group suspected of attacking anti-racists”
France has sent special police officers to its overseas territory of Guadeloupe. There have been nightly disturbances there, alongside a strike to protest against compulsory COVID-19 passes. Al Jazeera’s Nadim Baba has more.
Thousands of chanting protesters took to the streets across France to call for an end to sexual violence. More than 100 women have been killed in France by their partners or ex-partners in 2021. Large-scale protests across France on Saturday called on the government to do more to prevent violence against women. The demonstrations comeContinue reading “France: Tens of thousands protest violence against women”
Amid COP26 talks, more than 200 events worldwide demand action for communities already affected by climate change. Protests are under way for a second day in cities around the world as part of a global mobilisation against what campaigners say is a lack of urgency to address global warming at a crunch United Nations climate summit inContinue reading “COP26: Protesters worldwide demand action on climate crisis”
Fishing row could spiral into wider trade dispute London warns Paris of possible legal action France asks EU to punish Brexit Britain Britain gave France 48 hours on Monday to back down in a fishing row that threatens to escalate into a wider trade dispute between two of Europe’s biggest economies or face tortuous legalContinue reading “Britain tells France: Back down in 48 hours or we get tough”
Former gendarme said he was ‘great criminal’ decades ago A French former police officer confessed in a suicide note to being a serial killer and rapist whose crimes have haunted Parisian detectives for decades, according to local reports. The body of Francois Verove was said to have been found in a rental flat in the town of Grau-du-Roi days after heContinue reading “French cop who evaded capture leaves suicide note confessing he was serial killer and child rapist”
Former French president to appeal against one-year term that could be served at home with electronic tag The former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been sentenced to a second jail term after being found guilty of illegal campaign financing for the vast, showman-style political rallies of his failed 2012 re-election campaign. The 66-year-old, who remains an influentialContinue reading “Nicolas Sarkozy given jail sentence for illegal campaign financing”