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French state faces lawsuits over failure to thwart terrorist attacks

Several victims of the July 14 truck attack have said they plan to sue the French state and the municipality of Nice amid criticism of the authorities’ failure to prevent the latest deadly attack on French soil.

IMF chief Lagarde to stand trial over state payout to French tycoon Tapie

France’s highest appeals court ruled on Friday that International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde must stand trial for her role in a 400-million-euros payout in 2008 to businessman Bernard Tapie.

What we know about the five suspects held in connection with Nice attack

Following revelations by Paris Prosecutor François Molins on Thursday that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel had support in planning last week’s attack in Nice, FRANCE 24 takes a look at the five suspects being held in connection with the case.

Nice officials refuse request to delete truck attack CCTV footage

Authorities in Nice have refused a request from French anti-terror police to delete surveillance camera images of last week's deadly truck attack, amid growing questions over the scale of the police presence at the time.

France to supply artillery to Iraqi army, Hollande says

France will supply weapons to Iraq to support its fight against the Islamic State group, President Francois Hollande said Friday, but ruled out any troop deployment in the country.

Nice truck killer had support, accomplices for carefully planned attack

French truck killer Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel received logistical support preparing for his deadly Bastille Day attack in Nice from five suspects who are now in custody, Paris prosecutor François Molins revealed Thursday.

French youth who died in police custody had ‘serious infection’

Violence erupted in the northern suburbs of Paris for a third night in a row on Thursday, with 15 cars set ablaze by residents furious over the death of a young man in police custody.

French pharmacists wrangle over ‘conscience’ clause in drafting ethics code

France’s national pharmacists association on Thursday backtracked on a proposed refusal clause after critics – including government ministers – warned the measure could be exploited to deny women birth control.

French parliament officially adopts controversial labour law

France’s parliament on Thursday finally adopted a deeply divisive labour law after the government used a special measure to force it through parliament without a vote.

France orders Nice policing inquiry after Bastille Day attack

France’s government said on Thursday it was ordering an inquiry into allegations of lax security the night of the Bastille Day attack in Nice, as lawmakers voted to extend a nationwide state of emergency for a further six months.

Libyan unity govt slams French 'violation' of its sovereignty

Libya's UN-backed government has criticised the presence of French troops in the country after officials in Paris confirmed the deaths of three French soldiers near the eastern city of Benghazi.

Death of young man in police custody sparks violent protests in France

Angry crowds hurled petrol bombs at police and set cars alight in an area north of Paris overnight following the death of a young man in police hands earlier this week, a French official said.

Paris cancels key summer events amid heightened security

Paris officials on Wednesday cancelled a handful of much-anticipated summer events as lawmakers approved a motion extending the nation’s state of emergency for an additional six months.

France's Socialist government forces through contested labour law

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Wednesday forced a contested labour reform through parliament without a vote, after failing to rally enough support for a bill critics say will increase unemployment and weaken job security.

Three French soldiers killed in Libya

Three French soldiers have been killed in Libya, President François Hollande said Wednesday, in the first official confirmation that France has troops in the conflict-ridden North African state.