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  • France issues first charges against 4 in terror attacks

    France issues first charges against 4 in terror attacks
    Four men with ties to one of the gunmen responsible for three days of terror in the Paris region are the first to be charged in connection with the attacks that left 20 people dead, including three attackers, the Paris prosecutor said Wednesday. Paris...
  • Jews in France need assurances of a better future

    Do Jews have a future in France? Many have posed that question since four Jews were murdered last week at a kosher store in Paris. Yet, no one asked that question about Jews in America after three people were murdered by a white supremacist at Jewish...
  • France's skewed view of free speech

    France's skewed view of free speech
    For some Americans France can seem like a trip back in time, not always in a good way. "In terms of racial progress," writes Joel Dreyfuss in The Root, "France looks more like the U.S. in the 1950s — minus enforced segregation — than America...
  • After Kobani victory over Islamic State group, Syrian Kurds seek alliance with moderate rebels

    For Kurdish fighters, last month's victory over Islamic State militants in the town of Kobani in northern Syria was only the beginning. Their ambition is to build on an alliance with moderate rebels in Syria and become the chief force fighting the...
  • Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine, 12 dead in artillery attack ahead of peace talks

    Fighting intensified Tuesday in eastern Ukraine as pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian troops sought to extend their gains ahead of crucial peace talks, and the government accused the separatists of shelling a town far behind the front lines, killing 12...
  • Before key Minsk summit, French gov't warns 'problems remain' in talks to end Ukraine fighting

    The French foreign minister says "quite a number of problems remain" in negotiations aimed at ending fighting in eastern Ukraine. Laurent Fabius told France Inter radio that just hours before a four-way summit Wednesday in Minsk, Belarus, it was "very...
  • Ukraine: Hollande determined for peace talks to succeed, but without any certainty

    French president Francois Hollande said he is determined for Ukraine peace talks to succeed, but without any certainty, ahead of a planned meeting Wednesday in Minsk between the leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France. Hollande said "it is our...
  • Obama's uncertain trumpet in Middle East, Ukraine

    WASHINGTON -- President Obama's outward calm in the face of the peril of Russian adventurism in Ukraine is in keeping not only with his personality. It squares with his dogged determination to extract the United States from what he has decried as a...
  • France and Moroccan king vow to fight terrorism together, ending a year of discord

    France and Morocco vowed to fight terrorism together and to fully cooperate on security issues, putting an end to a year of diplomatic discord. French President Francois Hollande and the king of Morocco, Mohammed VI, met in Paris on Monday to symbolize...
  • Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo sends cautious support to Paris bid for 2024 Olympics

    Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo remains cautious about a potential Paris bid for the 2024 Olympics, saying she still needs to be convinced that hosting the games will be worth the effort. In an interview with French television station BFMTV on Tuesday,...
  • Explosion hits chem plant in rebel-held city; Kiev says 1,500 Russian troops enter Ukraine

    A powerful explosion rocked a chemical plant and set it on fire Monday outside the separatist stronghold of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, where fierce fighting has surged despite a renewed diplomatic push for peace. In Washington, President Barack Obama...