King Charles III has made an emotional stop in front of Paris’ fire-damaged Notre Dame cathedral on the second day of his state visit to France.
King Charles III has praised France’s “wonderful welcome” at a grand dinner held in his honor in the sumptuous Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles.
British opposition leader Keir Starmer says he will seek a closer relationship with the European Union if his Labour Party wins a national election that’s due by the end of next year.
A Belgian court has sentenced five men to sentences ranging from 20 years to life in prison on charges of terrorist murder linked to suicide bombings that killed 32 people and wounded hundreds at Brussels airport and a subway station.
French President Emmanuel Macron says the Russian flag has no place at next year’s Paris Olympics because of the war crimes committed by Vladimir Putin’s regime in Ukraine.
Interpol is turning 100 with a mixed legacy — as a misconstrued crime-fighting organization, a network that merges police data from authoritarian states and democracies, and a global adviser on how to handle criminal trends.
King Charles III will travel to France later this month for a state visit that was postponed in March due to fears that protesters demonstrating against President Emanuel Macron’s economic policies would disrupt the pageantry.
French authorities have pledged to mobilize a record number of police officers to guarantee a smooth Rugby World Cup in the wake of the chaos outside the stadium that marred the 2022 Champions League final.
A White House official says President Joe Biden will nominate a longtime aide who once worked for the first lady to represent the United States at the United Nations agency devoted to education, science and culture.
The U.S. is going to the Paris Olympics next summer. Lithuania made sure that was the only good development for the Americans on Sunday night, when it pulled off a Basketball World Cup stunner.
Paris has one year to go before hosting the Paralympic Games and is faced with a significant challenge: the accessibility of its public transit.
Nicolas Batum has been part of France’s national team for about 15 years now. He was part of a gold-medal game loss to the U.S. at the Tokyo Olympics.
Paris booksellers who work on the banks of the River Seine for decades are refusing to leave during the Paris Olympics next year.
Bagungu people who farm and worship in an oil-rich, remote region in Uganda are worried about the future of their sacred natural sites.
Worries about water quality forced the cancelation of another Paris Olympics test event in the Seine River on Sunday, as organizers called off a triathlon mixed relay.
Another Paris Olympics test run in the Seine River has been canceled because of new concerns about water quality.
The world’s top female triathletes rushed forward into the Seine in a key test event ahead of next year’s Paris Olympics.
A Paris prosecutor has opened a preliminary judicial investigation for unvoluntary manslaughter aggravated by breach of safety rules after a fire left 11 dead at a vacation home housing adults with disabilities in eastern France.
There’s a big hole in the Paris Saint-Germain locker room where Lionel Messi used to sit. The way things are going at under-pressure PSG Kylian Mbappe may soon be vacating his spot also.
New Zealand has entrusted its bid to win a fourth Rugby World Cup in France from next month to a 33-man squad with a combined 1,493 test caps and including seven former winners.
Heavy rains in Paris have led to the cancellation of a swimming event in the River Seine that was to be a test for next year’s Summer Olympics.
Heavy rains have set back plans to test Paris’ readiness for swimmers to race in the River Seine at next year’s Summer Olympics.
Breastfeeding and high-performance sports were long an almost impossible combination for top female athletes.
France’s international news agency, Agence France-Presse, says it’s pursuing a copyright case against X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, in an effort to secure potential payment for its news content.
Journalists at France’s emblematic Sunday newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche have decided to put an end to a 40-day strike.
The French Foreign Ministry says France is planning an imminent evacuation of people seeking to leave Niger after the coup last week in the former French colony.
Summer McIntosh, the 16-year-old Canadian who promises to be a star at next year’s Paris Olympics, has won her second gold medal of the World Aquatics Championships.
Legendary swimming coach Bob Bowman keeps turning out winners. He is best known for helping American Michael Phelps to 23 Olympic gold medals.
The IOC has assured Ukrainian fencer Olga Kharlan that she will have a place at the Paris Olympics next year after she was disqualified from a key ranking event for refusing to shake hands with a Russian she had beaten.
Leon Marchand and Summer McIntosh picked up big victories at the World Aquatics Championships and showed why they are likely to be stars at next year’s Paris Olympics.