Troops loyal to military junta leader Moussa Dadis Camara fired live rounds into a crowd of protesters Monday in clashes that killed more than 150. Why?
French elites lobby to "Free Polanski." American and French students pick sides in a French debate over the rape case.
Historic negotiations set for Oct. 1 will showcase an emboldeneded Tehran angling to buy more time to develop its nuclear capabilities, European analysts say.
The opening of a Foreign Ministry office for religion signals a rising awareness of the political clout of the world's faiths.
The Paris meeting today was seen as an effort to pressure incumbent President Hamid Karzai amid the review of more than 1,000 complaints of voting fraud.
Omar Bongo represented Paris's last old-style dictator in Africa. Two French presidents attended his funeral Tuesday.
French and British envoys Wednesday urged a halt to fighting as concerns deepen about 50,000 trapped civilians.
The French president starts a Mideast tour Monday. Can he broker an end to another major crisis?
The outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Israel may have to withdraw from the West Bank if it wants peace with Palestinians, making Tzipi Livni's job of building a new government coalition with hard-liners much more difficult.