The French ambassador to Russia said that France was monitoring the latest US sanctions against Russia for possible consequences for France.
The French ambassador to Russia told RIA Novosti that the French president would be happy to visit Russia.
According to the French ambassador to Russia, France supports different initiatives on Ukraine that would lead to peace in the country.
French president says that it is necessary to work with Russia to find a resolution to the military conflict in Syria.
According to French city hall officials, work to increase security at the Eiffel Tower as an anti-terrorism measure is underway, following a series of attacks in Paris over the last two years that have killed more than 200 people, the Local Fr reported.
Larry the Downing Street cat has landed himself in the proverbial "doghouse" - after a rat was spotted brazenly scurrying past No. 10's famous black door in London.
It is probably not what he had in mind when Emmanuel Macron promised a more direct democracy in French politics - after being literally bombarded by dozens of text messages and phone calls.
Eirik Jensen, a senior Norwegian police officer, has been jailed for 21 years for taking bribes to help a drug smuggler import large amounts of hashish into the country. The case, coming after the conviction of a Finnish officer, suggests Scandinavia's squeaky clean reputation is on the slide.
The European Union is leading an international effort to end global trade in torture devices and lethal drugs used in capital punishment - an initiative that could spell curtains for the death penalty the world over.
They say a week is a long time in politics, and in the case of UK PM Theresa May, the sands are now shifting on an almost hourly basis. Following an article by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson that many interpreted as bid for leadership, May's position came into spotlight, with a number of Tory politicians potentially ready to replace her.
The mayor of Rasquera in Catalonia, Spain’s autonomous community striving for independence, told Sputnik that Madrid authorities had threatened to arrest him if he facilitated the possible independence referendum, but to no avail.
An organization tackling racism in football has complained to Manchester United after footage surfaced of fans singing a smutty song about striker Romelu Lukaku. Could the chant fall foul of the law?
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Tuesday denies his possible resignation over Brexit disagreements with PM Theresa May concerning Brexit issues.
The leadership instability plaguing the Conservative Party since June 2016 may be new to many in Britain, but it is nothing compared to the last decade of Australian politics which has seen six successive prime ministerships since 2007.
An international group of scientists warned of catastrophic consequences of a possible eruption of a supervolcano in southern Italy, which they said may be fueled by the so-called 'hot zone' feeding the volcano.
Maths exams can be exceptionally dry at the best of times, but latest attempts by education chiefs in France to make them more topical have provoked fury after using migrants as counting chips.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, dependent on Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists in UK Parliament, has lined up with Canada against a leading US aerospace manufacturer.
A Syrian polygamist and his family have been handed three seaside homes in Sweden, despite the Nordic country suffering from a severe housing crisis. Many locals see this as abuse of hospitality.
Leadenhall Market, one of the oldest markets in the City of London, has been evacuated amid reports of a suspicious package, the Metropolitan police said on Tuesday on its Twitter account.
According to the International Organization for Migration, over 131,000 migrants and refugees have arrived on Europe's shores since the beginning of the year.
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