An autopsy carried out on four of the dead prisoners revealed traces of a lethal substance that had caused heart attacks in some of the victims and severe asphyxiation in the others, Chad's chief prosecutor said.
France joins a tiny group of countries that use armed drones, including the United States.
French Defence Minister Florence Parly said an investigation has been opened to determine the exact circumstances of the accident.
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.
A new report from a collective of investigative journalists raises serious questions about the French government's culpability for atrocities committed in Yemen.
France and Italy plan to offer guard boats to Libya to prevent migrants from crossing the Mediterranean into the European Union.
What is a state’s responsibility after its citizen's return from stints with Daesh or other terrorist organisations? For starters, they have to face crucial questions over why their citizens joined in the first place.
Peter Cherif, 36, also known as Abou Hamza, was close to Cherif and Said Kouachi, who shot dead 12 people on January 7, 2015, at the offices of satirical publication Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Turkish Defence Minister Nurettin Canikli said in addition to S-400 missiles, Turkey has also made preliminary agreements with Italy and France to develop its own air defence system.
After a week-long offensive to recapture Tal Afar from Daesh, Iraqi military now says only five percent area of the city is under control of the militants.
French President Emmanuel Macron brings in new faces on key posts after three ministers from the centrist MoDem party - that helped bring Macron to power - quit over claims they misused European Parliament funds.
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