The ‘WP’ symbol deliberately resembles the ‘okay’ gesture and has been adopted by white supremacists and members of the far-right across the world.
Executives from Google, Twitter, Facebook and Microsoft meet leaders of France, New Zealand and other countries in Paris to unveil the "Christchurch Call" of voluntary commitments by online platforms.
Two soldiers were killed in an overnight raid in northern Burkina Faso to free two French, an American and a South Korean hostage, French presidency says.
Forces of Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar bring down the plane south of Libyan capital, witnesses and Libyan National Army say, as head of internationally recognised government, Fayez al Sarraj, kicks off EU tour to drum up support.
Donald Trump openly chastised America's closest allies in the 2017 NATO summit, asking them to "contribute their fair share" and his pointman in Berlin has reinforced the divisive narrative and now there are calls for him to be sent back home.
French President Macron and Italian counterpart Mattarella bond over Renaissance genius Leonardo da Vinci after months of tensions between Paris and Rome over Italy's populist government and its support for French "yellow vest" protesters.
Tens of thousands of labour union and "yellow vest" protesters were on the streets across France, days after President Macron outlined a response to months of street protests including tax cuts worth around $5.6 billion.
France and Germany organised a Western Balkans summit in Berlin to restart deadlocked talks between Serbia and Kosovo.
France's finance minister promised that some 15 million households would benefit from tax cuts announced by President Emmanuel Macron, but the move did little to calm tempers among protesters.
Macron’s first speech to the press since he became president was meant to offer a change in direction, instead, it delivered more of the same Macron.
French President Emmanuel Macron also announced other measures, such as tax cuts for lower-income households and to boost pensions and help single parents to decrease yellow vest protesters' grievances.
Libya’s Prime Minister Fayez al Sarraj accuses France of supporting the renegade general, just a day after details emerge of French intelligence operatives working in the country.
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