Front-runner Emmanuel Macron and his far-right rival Marine Le Pen have scheduled several press interviews for Friday, the last day of official campaigning before Sunday's run-off vote.
With the first round of the French election just days away, residents in poorer suburbs of the capital, Paris, are sceptical about the promises candidates are making.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she acted because of the refusal of Britain's Prime Minister to compromise with Scotland over Brexit. Scotland cannot trigger a second referendum without UK parliamentary approval.
A Tunisian counter-terrorism official says that six security guards from the Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Sousse have been charged with failing to help people in danger, in a manner that caused the deaths of 38 tourists in 2015.
Francois Fillon rejects 'abject' allegations of wife's fake job and says "clearly these allegations are to try and take me down as a presidential candidate."
The UK prime minister's speech is expected to focus on 12 priorities that include leaving the EU's single market and regaining full control of Britain's borders.
Senior British military and civilian medics, who created the app, are concerned that people caught up in terror attacks may not know how to respond in the immediate aftermath – when every second counts.
There are an estimated 13,000 victims of modern slavery in Britain, defined as those paid below minimum wage and often held against their will, according to the country's government.
More than 2,000 children were taken from their homes and families on the Indian Ocean island as part of a plan to boost France's rural population.
Citizens are concerned about excessive police violence. Officers counter that they want fewer constraints on their work.
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