Paying ransoms, Europe bankrolls Qaeda terror
While European governments deny paying ransoms, an investigation by The New York Times found that Al Qaeda and its direct affiliates have taken in at least $125 million in revenue from kidnappings since 2008, of which $66 million was paid just last year.
Housing market in France in ‘meltdown’ after Hollande rent caps
French President Francois Hollande’s government may have made a housing slump worse, pushing the construction market to its lowest in more than 15 years.
Suspected Jewish Museum gunman extradited to Belgium
France has extradited the man suspected of shooting dead four people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels to Belgium.
'Jihadist' books on sale in French supermarkets
Thousands of people complain at works that reportedly call on Muslims to open bomb factories and advertise methods to kill 'sodomists'.
French scientists find giant dinosaur's toe
French scientists have found a 34-centimetre toe bone belonging to a dinosaur that could have been more than 40 metres long.