video 14 April 2014 World, France

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Juliette Binoche on art, family and saving the world - video

Actress Juliette Binoche, speaking last month about her new film A Thousand Times Goodnight, says she lives with the dilemma of "wanting to change the world" at the same time as having a family.

article 01 April 2014 UK, Argentina
by Should football fans get shirty over a 90 England top?

England supporters are having to pay a hefty 90 for the latest World Cup replica shirt - but compared to other nations going to Brazil they may not be getting such a raw deal.

article 15 March 2014 UK, Ireland
Brian O'Driscoll of Ireland and Mike Brown of England (Getty Images)
Six Nations: Ireland, England and France all in contention

Ireland are in prime position to clinch the Six Nations rugby union tournament by beating France this weekend - but can a resurgent England snatch the title from their grasp?

article 14 March 2014 World, France
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Liam Dutton by Free Paris public transport amid high air pollution

Paris has made public transport free this weekend, in an attempt to tackle high levels of air pollution that have prompted warnings to be issued.

article 10 March 2014 UK, France
European nations in dock over Caribbean slave trade

The heads of state of 15 Caribbean nations are gathering in St Vincent to unveil a 10-point plan that demands reparations from European nations which benefited from the slave trade.

article 03 March 2014 World, Ukraine
Ukraine crisis: political leaders (picture: Getty)
Cold war of words? Political voices on Ukraine

The escalating crisis in Crimea has set a number of western powers against Russia in a battle of words that includes threats of "costs" and allegations of illegal behaviour.

article 21 February 2014 World, Scotland
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll, left, and Gael Fickou of France (Reuters)
Six Nations: grand slam decider for Ireland and France?

If France can beat Wales this evening and Ireland defeat England at Twickenham on Saturday, it could set things up for a decider on the final weekend of this weekend's Six Nations series.

article 19 February 2014 UK, France
The village of Chevaline where three members of the al-Hilli family were murdered (Getty)
Alps murders: arrested man suspected of arms trafficking

At a press conference in the French town of Annecy the prosecutor announces that a man arrested on Tuesday is believed to be involved in arms trafficking, and the murder mystery remains unsolved.

article 08 February 2014 World, France
Two killed in French Alps train crash

Two people are killed, including a Russian woman, and around 20 people are hurt after a tourist train in the French Alps derails after being hit by a falling rock, local officials say.

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