article 26 May 2015 UK, Greece
Pablo Iglesias (Getty)
Europe's anti-austerity movements: from Podemos to the SNP

The surge in support for the radical left Podemos party in Spain's regional elections is the latest manifestation of a spectre haunting Europe: the rise of the anti-austerity movement.

article 25 May 2015 World, France
EU crunch time: Cameron invites Juncker to Chequers

David Cameron prepares for talks with the European Commission president as he continues his "charm offensive" for EU reform.

article 06 May 2015 World, France
Germanwings crash co-pilot 'practised rapid descent'

The Germanwings co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a plane in the French Alps, killing 150 people, reportedly practised a descent on the previous flight.

article 05 May 2015 France
Texas Mohammed cartoon attack suspect known by FBI

One of two gunmen shot dead at an event in Texas exhibiting cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed had been monitored by the FBI, court documents reveal.

article 23 April 2015 UK, France
Queen's University, Belfast (Getty Images)
Anger as Queen's University cancels Charlie Hebdo event

Queen's University Belfast denies cancelling a symposium on the Charlie Hebdo attacks over concerns about reputational damage, telling Channel 4 News the event had not been properly risk-assessed.

article 21 April 2015 World, France
Calais migrants: 'We are not animals'

The boat tragedy that claimed the lives of an estimated 900 people attempting to enter Europe is being sorely felt by migrants in Calais who made similar trips. Watch Paraic O'Brien's report.

article 09 April 2015 World, France
France media hacking: probe launched in wake of 'IS attack'

An urgent meeting is held with media groups after a French television network was attacked by hackers purporting to support Islamic State, as experts warn they could be planning further assaults.

article 08 April 2015 World, France
Lyon's Chief Rabbi Richard Wertenschlag
Lyon after Charlie Hebdo - synagogues 'virtual fortresses'

'Lyon in particular has never been a good place for Jews, but hasn't been so bad for a long time'. Historian Andrew Hussey reports from France on the rise of anti-semitism and Islamophobia.

article 08 April 2015 World, France
Marine Le Pen attacks father over Holocaust comments

A furious row breaks out between Front National President Marine Le Pen and her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, over comments he made trivialising the Holocaust.

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