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Presidents Joe Biden and Emmanuel Macron are celebrating the long-standing U.S.-French relationship, but these are friends with differences.
European Union leaders are struggling to bridge significant differences over a natural gas price cap as winter approaches and Russia's war on Ukraine fuels an energy crisis.
An unprecedented drought is afflicting nearly half of Europe. It is damaging agriculture, forcing water restrictions, causing wildfires and threatening aquatic species.
More than 1,000 firefighters in France are struggling to contain a huge wildfire burning through pine forests.
French lawmakers have approved a 20 billion-euro ($20.3-billion) package of measures to help struggling households cope with rising energy and food prices.
Jens Stoltenberg said NATO had a "core responsibility" to stop the conflict in Ukraine spreading, by making clear it would "protect every inch of NATO territory."…
But Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy chided NATO for not embracing his embattled country more fully and asked for more weapons to defeat Moscow's forces.
Le Pen's National Rally party didn't win the two rounds of voting in the parliamentary election that ended Sunday. But it secured more than 10 times the seats it won five years ago.
Four European leaders are visiting Ukraine, denouncing the brutality of the Russian invasion in a high-profile show of support amid Kyiv's fears that Western resolve to help the embattled country could wane as the war grinds on…
Projections based on partial election results showed that at the national level, Macron’s party and its allies got about 25-26% of the vote. That made them neck-in-neck with a new leftist coalition composed of hard-left, Socialists and Green party supporters.
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