Profile of Unilever, the business behind brands from Marmite to Pot Noodle and Persil.
The Dutch author who sold more than 80 million children's books dies in the city of Utrecht.
Guy Disney makes history by becoming the first amputee jockey to win at a professional racecourse in Britain.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
After Fillon, France's Le Pen faces her own 'fake job' scandal
In the report, investigators allege that “Le Pen had the European Parliament employ Madame Catherine Griset as a parliamentary assistant accredited in Brussels whereas she has been serving as her personal assistant at her party headquarters in France ...
Macron calls France's colonial past a 'crime against humanity'Financial Times
France vows to retaliate if Kremlin meddles in its elections after gay 'smear campaign' against presidential candidateDaily Mail
A Le Pen Win Would Be Dangerous for Putin and Russia's EconomyBloomberg
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Unilever, which makes Marmite and PG Tips, snubs a £115bn takeover offer from US food giant Kraft.
Abuse victim hails MP's attempt to let people add mothers' names to the marriage register.
How do the former prime minister's assertions stack up?
The driver of a bin lorry that crashed killing six people admits reckless driving in a separate incident.
Reports say a skeleton was found near the spot where Steven Cook was last seen.
Inventors who, like Mark Zuckerberg, have looked back with mixed feelings on what they created.
The 17 best destinations in France - and where to stay
Visit Bordeaux to stroll the most graceful streets in France, eat well, drink better and then have the liveliest possible time in a city in touch with its Latin side. This remains the world HQ of wine and château-owning folk. But there's also a ...
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The Pakistani military points the finger at Afghanistan and India, but some believe the answer is more complex.
The WikiLeaks founder took refuge in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London years ago, but not all of the candidates wish to continue harboring him.
The ex-prime minister says leaving the EU is "not inevitable" but critics accuse him of arrogance.
Some businesses will see their rates change on 1 April 2017.
France's Leftwing Candidates Consider Uniting to Trounce Marine Le Pen
"We are having discussions and we will continue to have discussions," Socialist Benoît Hamon said of Friday of his potential team-up with the Left party's Jean-Luc Melenchon, Reuters reports. Hamon's party is currently in power in France, but his ...
France govt bond yield rises on possible left-wing election tie-upReuters
Leftist candidates may cooperate in French electionRTE.ie
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The former prime minister, tarnished by the Iraq war, left allies and adversaries debating whether his intervention would help, or hinder, those who oppose “Brexit.”
Love letters written during World War Two and discovered in a trunk in Brighton reveal a forbidden relationship between two men.