MPs in France debated a possible military strike in Syria today in both houses of their parliament, but did not vote on any action.
Polls indicate French voters overwhelmingly want their politicians to have a say, and the possibility of an intervention appears to be fairly unpopular, despite President Hollande advocating for such action. Europe Editor James Mates reports from Paris.
More top news
Instagram is celebrating its fifth birthday just weeks after smashing the 400-million-user mark.
European judges have found French restrictions on prisoners' voting rights are legal, a decision likely to be welcomed in Britain.
Princes William and Harry found themselves being called something they perhaps hadn't before when they appeared on DIY SOS.