There have been three serious rioting incidents in Calais in the last 24 hours. Last night 51 people were injured as immigrants attacked each other in the French port. Channel 4 News was there.
The horrific beating of a Roma teenager last month in a Paris suburb has shocked all of France. But so far no-one has been arrested or charged.
Hundreds of passengers experience heavy delays as they are evacuated from a broken down train in the Channel Tunnel.
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The first two stages of this year's Tour de France take the riders through the charms - and challenges - of the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District. Sports Correspondent Keme Nzerem reports.
As France and Germany prepare for their last-eight encounter in Brazil, we look back at one of the most exciting - and notorious - matches ever, the 1982 World Cup semi-final in Spain.
The world's greatest cycling event comes to Britain this week - and up to 3 million spectators will watch the UK stages. But what else makes the Tour de France such a huge international occasion?
After an overnight court hearing, former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is placed under formal investigation over suspicions he tried to stop an investigation into his 2007 election campaign.