The row between Macron and General Pierre de Villiers erupted last week over budget cuts, testing the new president's authority
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's presence at the ceremony sparks controversy, with the Union of French Jews for Peace calling it 'shocking' and 'unacceptable'
Qatar's foreign minister welcomes France's support for mediation aimed at finding a solution 'based on constructive dialogue... and respect of state sovereignty and international law'
Macron invites Trump to be his guest of honor at the pomp-filled military parade down the Champs-Elysees which the two men watched with their wives
The arrival of Chancellor Angela Merkel and her cabinet in Paris on Thursday is a step towards creating what Macron hopes will be a common roadmap for the club of countries which is preparing for a future without Britain
The International Olympic Committee is poised to hand the 2024 and 2028 Summer Games to Paris and Los Angeles, with a landmark double hosting deal set to be approved
'Since the start of the year we've stopped 7 plots which could have caused many deaths,' Interior Minister Gerard Collomb says
(UPDATED) In his first address to members of the National Assembly and Senate since his election in May, Macron delivers a US-style state of the nation speech in the Versailles palace
(UPDATED) Rome wants a regional maritime command center to oversee all rescue operations from Greece to Libya to Spain
(UPDATED) No injuries or spills have been reported in the collision at the Strait of Dover, authorities say
Trump will attend the traditional military parade on the Champs-Elysees avenue, where US soldiers will march alongside French troops to commemorate the centenary of America joining World War I, Macron's office says
(UPDATED) The double-decker bus crashes into the Alexandre III bridge, becoming stuck under it
'The meeting has already been arranged,' says Le Pen, who had refused to answer any questions over the accusations while she was running in this year's presidential election
Rebecca Burger, who had a large following on the social media site, where she posted regular pictures of herself promoting fitness products, is killed in eastern France in what the family says is a domestic incident
The changes come just hours after MoDem leader Francois Bayrou, who lent crucial support to Macron during the presidential campaign, said he is stepping down to fight allegations that his small party misused European Parliament funds
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(UPDATED) The attack was carried out by a man who had been on France's security watchlist since 2015 over ties to 'the radical Islamist movement,' sources say
(3rd UPDATE) The new body will be nearly 6 years younger on average, have a record 223 women lawmakers, and will be strikingly less politically experienced
The main concern for observers and critics is the likely absence of any political counterweight to Macron
French officials 'have decided to set up a priority research program for the fight against climate change,' says the environment ministry
Kobe Paras joins Kiefer Ravena and Jeron Teng for final training before heading to France
The meeting in Paris followed the leaders' remarkably different political fortunes in the past week
(UPDATED) But the vote was marked by record low turnout of 49%, possibly reflecting fatalism among Macron's opponents in the face of his seemingly unstoppable advance, experts said
The Philippines might lack height and experience but the team will let speed, shooting and 'puso' stand out
(3rd UPDATE) To achieve ambitious labor, economic, and social reforms, French President Emmanuel Macron needs a clear majority in parliament
With Macron's party siphoning off support from the traditional political forces of left and right, the elections could radically re-draw France's political map
'This is the only way we can spread the word: Something is happening. Our planet is about to be great again,' the website says
(UPDATED) The suspect claims to be a 'soldier of the caliphate' of the Islamic State group, according to a source close to the investigation
(UPDATED) British and world leaders condemn the attacks in Central London, reacting with both outrage and solidarity
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes the commitment after President Donald Trump said the US will withdraw from the Paris Agreement
The foreign ministry's own video uses the same format – background, font, images and music – as the White House version but adds facts to debunk the White House claims
France's Laurent Fabius says US President Donald Trump will never 'destroy the Paris accord' which 'was the best compromise possible'
Macron: 'To all scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, responsible citizens who were disappointed by the decision of the president the United States, I want to say that they will find in France a second homeland'
(UPDATED) With France's Emmanuel Macron taking the lead, they lash Trump's decision as misguided and vow to defend an accord they portrayed as crucial for the planet's future
Macron has defended Richard Ferrand, a close ally of the president, over allegations he favored his wife in a lucrative deal with a public health insurance fund when he headed the company
The partner of a gay policeman gunned down by a jihadist on Paris's Champs-Elysees avenue in April has married him posthumously
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov insists there are 'no facts' in reports about the persecution of gay men in Chechnya
The Makabayan lawmakers argue the President's report to Congress on martial law in Mindanao reveals 'exaggeration or falsity of the alleged events'
(UPDATED) France's President Emmanuel Macron and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin seek to improve their countries' strained ties
In a telling sign of the divisions now plaguing the G7, this year's statement comes in at a meager 6 pages – down from 32 pages last year
The reaction to the telegenic pair's encounter in the picturesque, hillside town of Taormina provides some light relief from a summit otherwise devoted to thorny issues such as climate change and the threat of extremism
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Macron says he intends to keep his distance from the press in an effort to restore the authority of the presidential office which he felt was damaged under his gossip-loving predecessor Francois Hollande
President Emmanuel Macron will address French soldiers stationed in the city of Gao in Mali's deeply troubled north
Meanwhile, Bruno Le Maire is named economy minister and is one of 3 members of the conservative Republicans party in the government along with Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, who was appointed Monday
The delay in announcing the names on Tuesday is officially due to the need to carry out more extensive screening of candidates, but could also reflect the difficulties in carrying out the delicate balancing act
Analysts say Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron are leading the charge against anti-European populists
France slaps a penalty of 150,000 euros ($160,000) on Facebook Inc and Facebook Ireland, for 'several breaches of the French Data Protection Act'
'Sometimes, it is about collaboration rather than leading. Sometimes, it is about following and encouraging others to follow as well,' says Vice President Leni Robredo
At a forum that seeks to unite women, Sr Mary John Mananzan hits critics of the reproductive health law – including bishops