The French National Assembly is one of two chambers, together with the Senate, which make up the country’s parliament. It has been based since 1798 at the Palais Bourbon, a former palace on the left bank of the River Seine, opposite Place de la Concorde.VIDEOGRAPHICS
Prince Harry pays tribute to victims of the London terror attack as he marked 100 days until the next Invictus Games, after it emerged two Australians were among the dead in the latest British atrocity.
Five suspended levels and cars going in all directions: a new highway interchange is driving motorists to tears, as they find themselves lost in a concrete maze resembling a plate of spaghetti.
As global automakers vie to bring the first flying car to market, Czech pilot Pavel Brezina is trying a different tack: instead of creating a car that flies, he has made a “GyroDrive” — a mini helicopter you can drive.
Brazil’s electoral court starts hearings that could topple scandal-tainted President Michel Temer, plunging Latin America’s biggest country into its second leadership crisis in a year.
Britain’s Labour Party and their leader Jeremy Corbyn went into the General Election with a polling deficit of around 20 points, but after a stronger than expected campaign the party has closed much of the gap ahead of Thursday’s vote.
The US territory of Puerto Rico has begun a historic bankruptcy proceeding after failing to find a solution to the Caribbean island’s $74 billion debt crisis.
The US State Department says that Qatar still has work to do on stopping support for extremism. President Donald Trump also threw his weight behind efforts by Saudi Arabia and its allies after they cut ties with Doha.
French police shot and injured a man who attacked an officer with a hammer outside Paris’s Notre Dame cathedral, while shouting “this is for Syria”.
Brazil’s election court opened hearings Tuesday that could topple scandal-tainted President Michel Temer, plunging Latin America’s biggest country into untested political waters. IMAGES of the start of the court hearing.