Abdelhakim Dekhar, Paris shooting suspect, served four years in prison
Abdelhakim Dekhar reportedly served four years in prison in 1998 for a high-profile robbery known as the 'Rey-Maupin affair.'
Suspect arrested in France newspaper shooting identified as Abdelhakim Dekhar
The suspect arrested over a double shooting in Paris has been named as Abdelhakim Dekhar, a man linked to at least four other shootings.
Bibi must know something Obama doesn't
Commentary: Can Obama withstand Netanyahu’s hard-line opposition to a deal with Iran?
Portugal, Ronaldo qualify in dramatic fashion over Sweden's Ibrahimovic
Ronaldo's hat trick better than brace from Ibrahimovic as seven more teams look for invitations to 2014 World Cup in Brazil after qualifiers across the globe.
Paris continues huge manhunt for gunman
Officers on foot and in squad cars fanned across the nervous city, taking up positions outside media offices, along the Champs-Elysees avenue.
14 unbelievably racist things European (and Canadian) politicians are saying about the Roma
Anti-Roma hate speech in Europe (and elsewhere) is nothing new. But somehow, it's always worse than you expect.
Paris shootings: Police hunt gunman who fired on newspaper office, bank (VIDEO)
French police have launched a manhunt for the man who they believe carried out a double shooting on Monday, leaving at least one man fighting for his life.
It's time for Obama to show some backbone on Iran nuclear deal
Commentary: Kerry made a shrewd diplomatic move designed to win back French support at the negotiating table. Now Obama needs to make his case.
Euro zone recovery slows to 0.1 percent
The 17-nation euro zone economy grew just 0.1 percent in the three months to September after a gain of 0.3 percent in the previous quarter, the Eurostat statistics agency said.
Luka Magnotta, suspected 'body parts killer,' enters not guilty pleas
The so-called 'Canadian Psycho' is accused of killing and dismembering 33-year-old Chinese university student Jun Lin in Montreal.
France's tax policy has 'reached limits of acceptability': EU chief
France's fiscal policy has "reached the limits of acceptability," with high company taxes weighing on growth, the head of the European Commission said.
France's President Francois Hollande booed at World War I ceremony
French police detained about 70 people at an Armistice Day memorial ceremony after protesters booed President Francois Hollande.
Paris explosion during French Revolution musical rehearsal kills 1, injures 15
The pyrotechnics blast occurred during a rehearsal of "1789, les amants de la Bastille," a musical about the French Revolution.
At least 35 arrests in Mali over French journalist murders
Ghislaine Dupont, 57, and Claude Verlon, 55, were kidnapped and killed by what French officials called 'terrorist groups.'
France vs. Amazon
In the land of the small shopkeeper, the government is taking action to save independent bookstores.
Recalling monsters of the past, Germans find US spying repugnant
Commentary: Germans speak vehemently of disappointment with President Barack Obama.
Al Qaeda releases 4 French hostages kidnapped in Niger in 2010
Pierre Legrand, Daniel Larribe, Thierry Dol and Marc Feret were working for French nuclear group Areva and construction group Vinci when they were kidnapped.
What is journalism? Reports on a US spy agency run amok meet the test
Commentary: New, accurate, reliable information the public has a need to know and a right to know.
10 of the most haunted places around the world
The world is a seriously spooky place.
Shock in France as baby found living in car trunk
The little girl, aged between 15 and 23 months, was found by mechanics on Friday when her mother brought the car to a garage in Terrasson, in central France.
St. Jude storm lashes UK and northern Europe, kills 10
The St. Jude's Day storm killed a teenage girl and a middle-aged man in the UK as winds of nearly 100 mph sent trees and power lines crashing.
Greenpeace activist dangles from Eiffel Tower in Russia protest
A Greenpeace activist suspended himself from the Eiffel Tower on Saturday to call for the release of 30 people who have spent more than a month in a Russian jail.
NSA monitored phones of 35 world leaders: Guardian
The latest revelations about the US spy agency monitoring world leaders' calls came as European leaders expressed outrage at the EU summit.
Europe's leaders furious over US spying claims
'Spying between friends, that's just not done,' German Chancellor Angela Merkel said as she joined leaders of the 28-nation European Union for a summit.
12 governments that love to spy on their own people
The US is not alone. Here's just a partial list of the other governments that have been caught spying on its own citizens.
US intelligence chief: French reports on phone tapping 'false'
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says a newspaper report alleging that the US has recorded millions of French phone calls is 'inaccurate and misleading.'
NSA recorded French phone calls, accessed Mexican president's email: Reports
France summoned the US ambassador Monday for 'immediate' talks after the report was published in Le Monde.
Hinkley UK-France nuclear plant deal marks many firsts
It's the first UK nuclear project in decades. The first nuclear plant funded by the UK's taxpayers. And the first new European plant since Japan's 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Tourists from these 10 countries are most likely to steal stuff
You like those hand towels? Some people take them home.
Eiffel Tower evacuated over telephone threat
The Eiffel Tower was evacuated Sunday afternoon after a threat was delivered over the phone, although authorities in Paris did not give any details.
The next Somalia? It's bad to worse for the Central African Republic
There's been a 'total breakdown of law and order' in the CAR. Can the United Nations save it?