Desktop notifications are on | Turn off
Get breaking news alerts from The Washington Post
Turn on desktop notifications?
It looks like you've previously blocked notifications. Please update your browser permissions to allow them.
The alleged rape of a black man by a French police officer has sparked protests.
New polls show Marine Le Pen in the lead in France. Will voters warm to her changed tone?
France used to lecture the United States on civil rights. Now the country is struggling to grapple with issues of race and identity within its borders.
Haitians bear some of the blame, as well as foreigners.
It’s not often that Haiti becomes a topic in a U.S. presidential race.
The U.N.’s role in the nation’s cholera epidemic is just the latest example of outsiders letting Haiti down.
With three major attacks in 18 months, my sense of safety about living in France has changed.
The country tries to maintain its enviable lifestyle in the face of a persistent threat.
What made Friday’s attacks more frightening was their randomness.