A new draft law could see the restitution of resources and assets to dispossessed people in Africa, the Middle East and elsewhere. But here is much more to be done in France - and more widely in Europe - to tackle the problem.
Families from Islamic State are surrendering in refugee camps in Syria and Iraq. These families are not wanted by the world; many are not even seen as human. But should innocent children pay the price for their parents actions?
Emmanuel Macron’s latest vision for the future of Europe has leaders on edge. Is it part of a French renaissance or rather another example of classical French protectionism? Either way, smaller members of the European Union should be very worried.
The EU, Arab nations and Japan have stepped in to avoid a funding shortfall for Gaza. But with Palestine is at boiling point, is there a better solution to alleviating the tension other than to invest in bringing peace to the region rather than cutting vital funding.
The enfant terrible of the EPP, Viktor Orbán has consistently crossed red lines set out by the Europarty. In order to salvage what remains of its credibility and stick up for the EU's core values, the EPP must cut ties with the Hungarian autocrat before it is too late.
Living with a disability is challenging, and no more so than for 14-year-old Rijad Mehmeti. Living with cerebal palsy in Kosovo, he dreamed of a magic school where he could enjoy his education. Now, he dreams of equality for all children to enjoy their education, regardless of disability.
Although the EU has deployed an election observation mission to Nigeria, its political leadership has kept its distance. With the success of Africa’s biggest democracy at risk, the EU can do more to ensure free and fair elections take place.