Tensions between London and Paris over post-Brexit fishing rights have escalated off the island of Jersey, with the two sides sending navy and coastal patrol ships to the area as a “precaution” in ratcheting up of the row.
Iran will soon sign the contract to build a new terminal at the Imam Khomeini Airport (IKA) in Tehran to handle 25 million passengers a year, an official says.
Russian Ambassador to France Alexei Meshkov has been summoned to the country’s Foreign Ministry over Moscow’s decision to impose retaliatory sanctions on a number of European officials.
Protests erupted in a number of European countries on May Day as demonstrators called for better working protections in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the attributed economic crisis.
Following France’s test-firing of a submarine-launched ballistic missile, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has criticized Paris for pursuing double-standard policies and its discriminatory attempts to limit Iran’s missile defense program.
In yet another verbal onslaught on the Muslim world, French President Emmanuel Macron has labeled a recent deadly knife attack in the country as an indication of what he claimed “Islamist terrorism” and said France would “never give in” to such radical moves.
A female police officer has been killed by a knife-wielding assailant at a police station outside the French capital, Paris.
Japan, the United States, and France are set to hold joint military drills for the first time next month, amid rising tensions with China over the East and South China Seas.
Italian police have arrested a man on charges of providing weapons to the perpetrator of a 2016 terrorist attack that claimed dozens of lives in the southern French city of Nice.
Muslims are using social media platforms to vent their anger at France over its plan to ban the hijab for minors. They are using viral hashtag campaigns in different languages to condemn what they call French state oppression against Muslims and its criminalization of Islamic values.