'This isn't protest — this is criminal,' said one Marseille resident about the damage and violence
'The CRIF dinner is soon and you don’t want to lose your petites fours,' Taha Bouhafs tweeted, referencing the pastries whose name means 'little ovens'
A boy tried to strangle his mother, the postman claimed he was shrinking, a man smashed furniture to ward off imaginary beasts. What made residents of a small French town lose their minds – and some lives? A journey back to the site of madness
Fabien Clain's voice announced that the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the onslaught that killed 130 people
Singer Bilal Hassani is in Israel to film a video clip for the competition
The United States will leave about 400 U.S. troops split between two different regions of Syria, a senior administration official said last Friday
Yellow Vest protesters were captured on camera last week shouting threats and racial slurs against the thinker; suspect is a salesman from eastern France, police say
Some Jewish leaders say French authorities need to change their approach as data shows 74 percent increase in anti-Semitic incidents last year
Move was announced one day after thousands gathered in cities across France to condemn anti-Semitism in the wake of several incidents
The series 'Douze Points' will air the week of the Eurovision, depicting ISIS terrorists who recruit the French contestant to carry out a terror attack on air
In holding up a sarcastic and crooked mirror before his own society and the West in general, the misanthropic French novelist delivers the provocative and painful goods
Recent incidents include desecration of cemetery, swastika graffiti sprayed on portraits of Holocaust survivor, and a verbal assault on a Jewish philosopher
The episode takes place ahead of a march against mounting anti-Semitism in Paris Tuesday night
In latest incident, swastikas were painted on portraits of late Holocaust survivor Simone Veil, politician who spearheaded European integration and abortion rights
Why has the yellow vests, which began as a social justice movement, been painting itself in anti-Semitic hues?
WATCH 'Dirty Zionist Sh*t': French Jewish Philosopher Alain Finkielkraut Attacked by Yellow Vest Protesters in Paris
Demonstrators cornered the French thinker and yelled profanities ■ Macron denounces incident: 'Anti-Semitic insults are the opposite of what makes us a great nation'
'How can one be very firm against Iran and at the same time abandon northeast Syria?' Foreign Minister Le Drian tells U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham
The issue came to the forefront of French politics last weekend after anti-Jewish graffiti appeared in Paris streets
The number of anti-Semitic crimes increased from 1,504 in 2017 to 1,646 in 2018, with the number of cases considered violent almost doubling
Anti-Semitic incidents rose from 311 in 2017 to 541 in 2018
Police are investigating the incident, which French Jewish umbrella group says 'recalls the darkest hours of history'
A lecture in Paris 200 years ago, based on false premises, fueled a bitter war against hashish – whose impact is still felt today
The simulation comes after Russia suspended the Cold War-era Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty following the United States' announcement it would withdraw from the pact
Anti-Semitic rants about banking, a Holocaust survivor harassed on the subway, assaults on journalists, and claims the government concocted terrorist attacks have all emerged from the movement
Amid Benjamin Netanyahu’s efforts to skirt corruption charges, the country’s moral decay is similar to that of Vichy France
Maya Casabianca, the global 'goddess of song,' passed away last week at age 78. Why didn’t Israelis feel a deep connection with the Levantine singer with the deep and powerful voice?
'Hunting the Truth: Memoirs of Serge and Beate Klarsfeld' includes first person accounts of the French couple’s 50-plus years of pursuing Nazi war criminals
The Moroccan-born chanteuse, whose music was also widely popular in the Arab world and the Soviet Union, not only sung duets with the likes of Yves Montand but had performed in Syria
A photo of employees of Le Train Bleu performing the ‘quenelle’ gesture is stirring emotions in France ■ Owners promise to suspend everyone involved and to investigate the incident
Some 16,000 Jews were sent to be murdered in death camps from Pithiviers station and the neighboring camp of Beaune-la-Rolande