Textbook publisher Ellipses said it bitterly regretted the mistake that suggested 9/11 was orchestrated by the CIA.
Meng's wife, who remains in France with their two children, has accused Chinese authorities of lying and questioned whether her husband was even alive.
Transport services resumed on Monday after 46 days of strikes. But is the country headed towards more punctual and violent forms of protests? Euronews takes a look.
Saturday's concert comes after six weeks of labour strikes and nationwide protests against government plans to overhaul France's pension system.
A small fire was quickly put out at La Rotonde restaurant in the early hours on Saturday after a string of demonstrations across the city over pension reform proposals.
The biggest union for Paris metro workers said on Saturday it would pause striking in order to "recharge" and "re-orient" the movement.
Will French women actually benefit from the new pension system and what can we learn from the examples of other European countries? Euronews answers.
A new study in France suggests the length of a woman's menstrual cycle might be impacted by pollution.
French celebrity chef Marc Veryat said the decision was 'a scandal' and even President Emmanuel Macron has weighed in.
Bears were responsible for 400 attacks against livestock in the border region in 2018, they say.
The French far-right candidate ran against Emmanuel Macron and lost in 2017.
They're heading into their final plenary session before they come out of the EP at the end of the month.
They say certain fishing methods are seeing the dolphins accidentally killed.
Luxury clothing designer launches new luxury skincare brand
Former Renault boss Carlos Ghosn, who has fled Japan where he faces prosecution, has started a legal battle with the French carmaker.
The filmmaker said he was ‘honoured’ to be chosen as President of the Jury at Cannes, two years after his movie BlacKkKlansman won the prestigious Grand Prix award at the festival.
Macron wants the summit to help re-legitimize the French operation in the Sahel by sending a strong joint message.
Alain Robert, the so-called French Spiderman who scales the world's tallest buildings, climbed Total's skyscraper in Paris' La Défense district on Monday to call attention on the retirement protests
The trial will begin on Tuesday.
French labour unions were divided about the future of the social movement after the government offered to temporarily scrap a controversial part of its pension reform. plans.
We spend a weekend in Champagne, France, to sample the best the region has to offer from hotels to tastings and wellbeing experiences.
But will it appease protesters and end one of the longest strikes in French history?
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said he would make "concrete proposals" on Saturday to end the deadlock with unions over the pension reform.
The lawyers' protest came after a day of demonstrations by opponents of a plan to sweep away France's 42 pension schemes in favour of a single system.
A newly launched online service in France provides valid sick notes after a video consultation. Health chiefs are not happy.
452,000 protesters hit the streets in France on Thursday as a transport strike entered its sixth week, according to Ministry of the Interior.