France Presidential Election: How did Fillon fall from favor in the eyes of the French people?
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The French government sent a ministerial mission to French Guiana Thursday as the former colony entered a fourth day of general strikes over high crime rates, spiralling unemployment and the lack of public services. The French territory, which sits on …
PM Rutte on course for big victory over far-right in Dutch election
Dutch voters prepare to go to the polls
The English house of Lords have passed a historic Brexit Bill which grants Prime Minister Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50 and officially start the detachment process with the European Union.
FRANCE 24 reports from Mosul, where hundreds of residents are trying to flee the embattled Iraqi city daily.
Suspect in Quebec mosque shooting charged with six counts of murder
Supporters pouring into the streets of Dakar to welcome a new Gambian President. Some wearing clothes — bearing the image of Adama Barrow. Others waving a framed photograph.
Former ministers rounded on their ex-colleague Manuel Valls for controversial labour reforms ushered in while he was prime minister. It was one of a wide range of issues on which the seven left-of-centre candidates clashed in Sunday’s televised debate.
Touching down in Havana to pay homage to Fidel Castro; Left-leaning leaders from across the globe and an unlikely mix of politicians, royalty and celebrities.
On the path to an uncertain future as they escape from eastern Aleppo…Just some of the thousands of civilians who’ve fled the region in the last few days.
A burst of applause from the camp of Francois Fillon – previously low in the polls he came from behind to emerge on top in Sunday’s Primary for the Republican Party.
The candidates arrive for their final head-to-head…battling to be France’s centre-right candidate for the general elections beginning next May Former Prime Minister Francois Feeeellon…who’s been gaining popularity in recent weeks, having previously…
The battle for the centre-right’s presidential nomination
Thousands of activists from all over the world marched in Morroco’s western city of Marakesh, to call for meaningful progress on the climate talks – which now enter their second week.
Those watching at home only had to wait 30 minutes for the arrows to start flyingAnd it was Bruno Le Maire who kicked off the hostilities at the 2nd right wing primary debate.
He says she’s unhinged….She says he doesn’t have a clue…With less than a week to go before all the polling stations open, Wednesday saw one of the tighest ever White House races get a whole lot more acrimonious.
For Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump, the FBI investigation into his opponent’s emails is an electoral lifeline.