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Unions in France have vowed to keep fighting the country’s new labour law, but admitted on Thursday that dwindling support meant months of street protests were now…
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko has firmly denied that his government had something to do with the recent hacking of the World Anti doping agency’s database that resulted in the confidential medi
Extremist Islamic cleric StateAnjem Choudary has been convicted of exhorting people to support so-called Islamic State, but why was he given a platform by parts of Britain's media for years?
Three people – described as of ‘North African’ origin – are facing court after scuffles in Corsica, which left five people injured.
The US state of Texas has passed a law allowing people to carry concealed handguns onto campuses. It came into force on the 50th anniversary of a mass shooting at the University of Texas.
Feelings are running high after Israel’s parliament passed a law giving members the right to impeach fellow MPs for incitement to violence, racism, or support for armed struggle against the…
Two Uber drivers in London have brought a test case at an employment tribunal arguing the ride service is acting unlawfully by not offering paid holidays and sick pay.
The Turkish president has vowed to approve the restoration of capital punishment if parliament votes for it, in defiance of EU warnings.
“No means no” when it comes to rape – so says the German parliament after a unanimous vote.
Labour unions mounted a last-gasp protest as the bill returned to the French National Assembly for a second review on Tuesday.
Denmark has used the controversial law to seize migrants assests for the first time since it was introduced in January.
Thousands of protesters, angry about controversial labour reforms, have taken to the streets of France for the eleventh time in four months.
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On May 25, the Aquarius, a boat belonging to the association "SOS Méditerranée", returned from its tenth rescue operation: the lives of 388 migrants were…
Strike action over changes to the French labour law have disrupted many cities across the country.
France has been hit by another day of strikes and protests against controversial labour reforms.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel presented her government’s new refugee integration law on Wednesday after a coalition summit in Meseberg in eastern…
CGT: strikes to continue over labour law reforms More petrol stations run dry Picket action spreads to ports and power plants Government stands firm A fuel crisis in France seems to be getting wors
The strike over French labour laws has become more entrenched, amid union claims that all of the country’s oil refineries have been affected by…
In Paris, as in the rest of the country, many service stations are running out of fuel as demonstrators, protesting against labor reforms, block…
French police break up protest outside oil refinery Six out of eight refineries blockaded 2000 petrol stations running out of petrol Tourists stranded as petrol shortages bite French police began
Stressful for some, the drive to work is causing a bigger headache than usual for commuters in France.
France is on the brink of an unprecedented social and economic crisis.
Thursday’s latest protests against France’s controversial labour reforms drew the most wildly varying turnout estimates yet: 90,000 in Marseille according to the organisers, 3,500 said the…
Suzuki has joined Mitsubishi in admitting used the wrong fuel economy tests for some of its cars, but Japan's transport ministry said those two were the only carmakers to do that.
France’s Socialist government has survived a confidence vote, paving the way for controversial labour reforms. The centre-right Republican party
Brazil's Federal prosecutor have filed a 38 billion euro civil lawsuit against mining company Samarco and its owners, Vale and BHP Billiton, over a tailings dam disaster that causes massive pollution.