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T-shirts  for sale in a souvenir shop in Jerusalem. Israel’s “incredible” and “generous” offers to Palestinians have been repeatedly rejected, Donald Trump has claimed. Photograph: Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images

It is a sign of Donald Trump’s megalomania that he thinks he can succeed where his predecessors failed, in making peace between Israelis and Palestini(...)

On World View this week, Lara Marlowe and Derek Scally report from Paris and Berlin on how Europe’s populist right, emboldened by Donald Trump’s victo(...)

French president François Hollande and mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo unveil a commemorative plaque in front of the Comptoir Voltaire cafe  in Paris on Sunday,  during a ceremony to mark the first anniversary of the Paris terror attacks. Photograph: Christophe Petit Tesson/AFP/Getty

France marked the first anniversary of the November 13, 2015 massacres that killed 130 people with understated ceremonies at the six places where the(...)

Anthony Foley, the late Munster rugby head coach, died of acute pulmonary oedema caused by heart disease, the French coroner’s report issued on Tuesday concluded. Photograph: INPHO/James Crombie.

Anthony Foley, the late Munster rugby head coach, died of acute pulmonary oedema caused by heart disease, the French coroner’s report issued on Tuesd(...)

In Calais, the continuing existence of the “Jungle” refugee camp with its population of some 10,000 is causing local tempers to fray.

On our foreign affairs podcast this week Lara Marlowe reports from Paris, where mayor Anne Hidalgo has announced plans to set up two new camps for mi(...)

Mohamed Merah (left) who murdered three French Muslim soldiers and four people from a Jewish school, including three children, in 2012 and Olivier Corel, the so-called “white imam” who received some of the most lethal jihadists.

Farouk Ben Abbes returned to his home in Toulouse this week.  Since the November 13th, 2015, attacks that killed 130 people in Paris, the Belgia(...)

The Irish soccer fan jailed in Paris for eight months is imprisoned in Europe’s largest prison, Fleury-Mérogis, which is known for overcrowding and a(...)

Members of the cast: The Abbey Theatre performs iconic Frank McGuinness play at the Ulster Memorial Tower in Thiepval (Northern France) as part of the official centenary commemorations of the Battle of the Somme. Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching towards the Somme is on tour in Northern Ireland in July before arriving at the Abbey Theatre in August.

In the 30 years since he wrote Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, Frank McGuinness’s play has become a classic of 20th century Iri(...)

Many travelling to Euro 2016 will carry on the football-supporting tradition of playing up to stereotypes., but another stereotype is threatening to spoil the fun: the grinding, intractable French transport strike.

Many travelling to Euro 2016 will carry on the football-supporting tradition of playing up to stereotypes. The Irish will sing, be friendly to stran(...)

Detail from Woman in a Blue Dress, Seated (1918-1919). Moderna Museet, Stockholm

It wasn’t uncommon for the artists who laid the foundations of modern art in early 20th-century Paris to recite poetry, womanise, drink and take drug(...)

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