Manuel Valls faces huge challenges in his new post. Not least, restoring public faith in his Socialist Party, after their drubbing in local elections.
The two countries have inagurated a new complex that will let their officials communicate directly with one another
Sparkling wine and cake at work? As much as Germans are renowned for their punctuality and frequent, well-organized meetings, beyond the stereotypes, there is an unsuspected festive culture in office life in Germany.
As Cameroon's presidential candidates gear up for the October 7 election, it is uncertain if voting will take place at all in the restive English-speaking region of the French-majority central African country
An alliance of immigrant organizations has slammed Germany's interior minister for not fully condemning the recent right-wing unrest. "Defend our country's values," they said, "or leave the office to someone who does."
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