Interview: Has France's foreign policy helped recruit soldiers to Islamic State, and what should the republic's foreign policy be in Syria, Yemen and beyond? Melenchon's spokesperson, Charlotte Girard responds.
Emirates remains committed to the US market despite plans to slash 20 percent of its flights in the wake of tougher security and visa measures put in place under Trump
This Sunday's first round of France's presidential election will send the top two candidates through to the run-off on 7th May. Here's our round-up of French voters' choices.
Can threatening war crimes charges or offering a safe exile persuade President Bashar al-Assad to leave? Such long-shot proposals now being seriously considered by the Trump administration.
Comment: The European construct of 'African tribes' is one that served the colonial administration. Today, Europe must accept the profound effect of its past on its present, writes Lorenzo Kamel.
A series of suicides among teenagers and children in the city of Beyda in Libya has been blamed on Charlie Charlie, an internet 'demon-summoning' game.
The Italian coastguard and other boats rescued some 3,000 people from unseaworthy boats off the Libyan coast on Saturday.
Libya's neglected south risks becoming an arena for score-settling between rival governments as their forces clash over the most important airbase in the south.
At least 97 people, including 15 women and five children, went missing on Thursday after their Europe-bound boat sank off the Libyan coast.
Comment: With Sisi's visit to Washington, and Haftar looking to take greater control of the south, local as well as international alliances are shifting in Libya, writes Guma ElGamaty.