Alexander Seale is a journalist, as well as a radio and television broadcaster in French and English. He is a specialist in French and European politics and culture. He lives in London, where he trained at the BBC.
The United Kingdom is in the throes of a political crisis as Prime Minister Boris Johnson undermines parliament - but to what end? Well, no one seems to know.
Nazanin Zahgari-Ratcliffe and her husband recently ended their hunger strike to protest her imprisonment for espionage in Iran.
Algerians in Britain join global demonstrations against Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.
French sports brand Decathlon has decided not to sell its hijab sportswear in France. Why are the French so threatened a piece of clothing?
Libya's former spy chief alleges that former French President NIcolas Sarkozy accepted $8 million to fund his 2007 election campaign.
The French team of 2018 is truly multicultural and should be celebrated across France. A number of African countries can also take pride in the victory.
It's been one year since the fire at Grenfell Tower killed 72 people and left over 200 people homeless in London. Many of these families have still not been housed adequately, and the majority of families have not found permanent homes.
What's behind Emmanuel Macron's courting of US President Donald Trump? At odds on a number of issues outside the sphere of Syria and the historical alliance of the two nations, this doesn't seem like a natural friendship
The British state is finding out just how difficult it is to extricate itself from the EU. On a whole set of issues it has shown itself to be ill-prepared and outsmarted by EU bureaucrats.
The former French President is accused of receiving money for his presidential campaigns from the former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. But the claims go further to say the 2011 Libya military operation was initiated to undermine the alleged ties.
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