Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been ordered to stand trial on charges of corruption and influence peddling.Read the full story ›
French President Emmanuel Macron led a national homage to Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, who was killed in last week's attack.Read the full story ›
The officer managed to leave his mobile phone switched on after the swap, establishing contact with security personnel outside.Read the full story ›
National Front leader Marine Le Pen has proposed re-naming her party 'National Rally' in an effort to detoxify it.Read the full story ›
Police delayed the team's flight back to France to question them over an incident in an Edinburgh bar.Read the full story ›
Players were questioned over claims of an incident in Edinburgh but police have since said no crime was committed.Read the full story ›
Greig Laidlaw booted 22 points on his return to Scotland's starting line-up as Gregor Townsend's men kick-started their NatWest 6 Nations campaign with a 32-26 win over France.
The home side were under pressure to prove they were genuine contenders after being humiliated by Wales in last week's opener in Cardiff.
And they did just that, with tries from Sean Maitland and Huw Jones providing the perfect response after Teddy Thomas' blistering pace had twice cut them apart.
That left the game finely poised in the second half but Laidlaw - making his first Scotland start in a year - slotted over all eight of his kicks to breathe fresh life into Scottish championship hopes.
Police reinforcements have been sent to the port city after 22 people were injured in fighting between "organised gangs".Read the full story ›
It is not known how many people were onboard the two helicopters and if there are any survivors.Read the full story ›
More than 200 towns across France are struggling against floodwaters that have halted boat traffic in Paris and prompted evacuations.Read the full story ›