Child in Islamic State video may be linked to French gunman: Source

French officials are investigating whether a child shown shooting dead an Israeli Arab in a video posted by Islamic State militants is French and has ties to an al Qaeda-inspired gunman who killed seven people in March 2012, a police source said.

France keeps 10,000 troops on streets after jihadist attacks

France will maintain its deployment of 10,000 troops that have been patrolling across the country in the wake of January's jihadist attacks, the presidency said on Wednesday.

Five dead, two expats, in shooting at restaurant in Mali capital

At least one masked gunman sprayed bullets in a nightclub popular with foreigners in Mali's capital early on Saturday, killing at least five people including a French person and a Belgian national, officials and witnesses said.

3 Al-Jazeera journalists arrested in Paris for flying drone

Three journalists for TV station Al-Jazeera were arrested here today after flying a drone from a park on the edge of the city, a judicial source said.

Chelsea fans video `disturbing`: David Cameron
Chelsea fans video `disturbing`: David Cameron

Video footage of self-proclaimed racist Chelsea fans pushing a black man off a Paris metro train was "extremely disturbing and very worrying", British prime minister David Cameron said on Wednesday.

Italy cracks down on foreign fighters after Paris attacks

Italy's government is cracking down on foreign fighters in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks, passing a decree that allows police to mount surveillance operations for suspected jihadis and provides stiffer jail terms for recruits.

Clashes, attacks kill at least 22 people: Iraq

Clashes between Iraqi government forces and militants along with attacks in the capital Baghdad on Wednesday killed at least 22 people and wounded dozens, officials said.

French pimping trial moves closer to Strauss-Kahn

A former prostitute told a French court she was handpicked to take part in a sex party with Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a day before the ex-IMF chief was to take the stand in an explosive pimping trial.

Kerry says freedom of press 'under siege'

Press freedom is increasingly "under siege," US Secretary of State John Kerry warned as he paid tribute to the slain journalists of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

Anti-Muslim incidents soar in France in wake of Paris attacks

The number of anti-Muslim incidents in France has soared since the Islamist attacks in Paris two weeks ago, an organisation that tracks Islamophobia said Monday.

Libya resists Western intervention, as French watch border

France's president says French troops south of Libya are ready to strike extremists crossing the border, but the speaker of Libya's internationally recognized parliament spoke out on Monday against any Western military intervention in his country.

'Happy New Year' now in foreign languages for SRK fans!
'Happy New Year' now in foreign languages for SRK fans!

Shah Rukh Khan starrer 'Happy New Year' is now available for fans who speak foreign languages.

French feminists put 'this toy is sexist' pamphlets in children's toys

French feminist group FierEs have included warning pamphlets saying "this toy is sexist," in the children's Christmas toys from plastic guns to Barbie dolls.

French Kim K released on bail ahead of trial for trying to stab her beau

A model, who describes herself as the " French Kim Kardashian" has been released from prison under strict bail conditions as she awaits trial for allegedly trying to murder her boyfriend with a kitchen knife.

Tennis ace Jo-Wilfred Tsonga fancies being an avid fashionista as well
Tennis ace Jo-Wilfred Tsonga fancies being an avid fashionista as well

France's tennis ace Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has another talent up his sleeve and that is modeling.

Online French film fest available for free viewing in India

The fifth edition of My French Film Festival 2015, an online French film fest, will be available for free viewing in India on all connected devices on the web, mobiles and tablets from Jan 16 to Feb 16, 2015.

Side effects of long working hours make Britons seek change!

A recent survey by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggests that one in every 10 Britons would like to work fever hours looking at the rising health ailments of long working hours.

More Indo-French science collaborations for Northeast

Working with India's leading research centres, the Indo-French Centre for the Promotion of Advanced Research (CEFIPRA) is seeking more scientific partnerships for the country's remote areas, particularly the northeast states, an official said here Thursday.

African militants release video of French, Dutch hostages

Paris: The North African jihadist group Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb released a video purporting to show a French and a Dutch hostage held since November 2011 in the Sahara.

Foreign jihadists traded for Turkish hostages: Reports

British media on Monday reported that Turkish hostages freed by the Islamic State group last month may have been released as part of a prisoner exchange for up to 180 jihadist fighters.