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James McAuley is Paris correspondent for The Washington Post. He holds a PhD in French history from the University of Oxford, where he was a Marshall Scholar.
Gold crowns, bronzes and other looted treasures may make their way home under certain terms.
Marie Laguerre took to social media to transform her experience into the latest illustration of the dangers that target women even in the most innocuous of public spaces.
Part of it seems unrealistic, while part of it seems to be a throwback to Obama.
Alexandre Benalla was given a two-week suspension as a punishment, which immediately drew the ire of political opposition leaders.
President Trump on Thursday attacked the European Union for fining Google $5 billion for harming its competitors, tweeting that the incident proved the regional bloc has “taken advantage of the U.S., but not for long!”
Border checks are undermining an ideal and resulting in discrimination.
In a nation where ethnicity is hotly debated, World Cup winners present an image of unity and pride.
Both Germany and France are turning immigrants away.
The German government has nearly collapsed over the question of immigration.
To keep her government intact, Merkel was effectively forced to abandon her policy of welcoming migrants fleeing strife and economic hardship.