France, which for decades has been split between left and right, with Presidential elections being decided 51 to 49 per cent on that basis, now is also splitting over attitudes towards Europe.
C.R.I.M.E., an international group of activists who impersonated French government officials, won't let France forget who owes the bill for much of the ensuing undemocratic havoc and horrors in Haiti.
As one of the few remaining earthlings to happily call himself a socialist, I have now decided that if anything were to drive me away from my lifelong ideology it's the way it's practiced in France.
A new film by director Rachid Bouchareb takes place between 1945 and 1962 and focuses on the lives of three Algerian brothers in France, set to the backdrop of the Algerian independence movement.
David J. Climenhaga
It's a pathetic state of affairs when we have to turn to Paragliding Forum to try to answer obvious questions about a major and heavily covered international news story.
Fearing another national election with two right-wing parties competing for the presidency, PS party hopefuls for the presidential candidacy outline their policies.
Hassan Diab is a Canadian citizen facing extradition to France based on secret evidence. As his case comes to a close, it may challenge the entire legal extradition system in Canada.
Judy and Cathi talk up two prison flicks: A Prophet and The Midnight Express
Protests in Paris.
The people of Europe are demanding a new deal -- to create jobs, reports Humberto DaSilva, from Paris.