It has been a bad week for the American-led "strategy" against militants from so-called Islamic State - a strategy with the US president himself views with great qualms and some reluctance.
President Hollande said this wasn't the place or the time to discuss David Cameron's concerns. But that, on the fringes of this summit, is what David Cameron did.
David Cameron chose the west London borough of Ealing to launch the government's latest crackdown on illegal immigrants.
Homes have been evacuated as the army works to defuse an undetonated second world war bomb near Wembley Stadium.
A landmark legal case in which an NHS hospital trust is accused of a criminal offence of corporate manslaughter is to be heard by a high court judge.
Home Secretary Theresa May has been accused of attempting to introduce government censorship of British television programming by one of her Cabinet colleagues, a leaked letter has shown.
David Cameron plans to remind EU leaders that nearly 4 million British voters backed Ukip. He thinks some EU countries under-estimate the British desire to move from the status quo in Europe.
Kent is "hit" by a 4.2 magnitude earthquake, and the subsequent media explosion is greeted by mockery online.
Hackers have struck one of the world's largest internet dating websites, leaking the highly sensitive sexual information of almost four million users onto the web.
The Conservatives announce another immigration crackdown - on the same day new figures show they are still missing their net migration target.
NHS England officials have been accused of trying to interfere with the appraisal of a new drug for hepatitis C sufferers due to their concerns overs its cost.
With two more candidates out of the race to replace him, the opposition camp may be less fragmented, but Sepp Blatter's reign as president of Fifa doesn't look like coming to an end any time soon.
Concerns are raised over the fate of ancient monuments in the Syrian city of Palmyra - but the victory by the Islamic State group is first and foremost a strategic one.
Cameron is in Riga today to meet his fellow EU leaders for the first time since the election, but the focus won't be on his party's now mandated plans for renegotiation.
A tenth man is arrested by officers investigating the Hatton Garden heist as eight others appear in court.
Police have put out an urgent appeal for missing man Andrew Lambert who has a condition called disassociative fugue which causes him to forget his former life and leave home without warning.