Weekend violence left the president cornered, and he is scheduled to address the nation Monday evening PARIS—President Emmanuel Macron is facing unprecedented pressure to roll back his overhauls of the
PARIS (Reuters) - France's economy will grow by a slower-than-expected 1.5 percent this year, the country's deputy finance minister said on Monday, as a wave of nationwide unrest and violent protests Paris
A 19th Century folly once owned by one of Swansea's founding industrial families has been sold at auction. The Grade-II listed tower, known as the Belvedere, in Sketty, is believed to have sold for around
Alan Titchmarsh drove a flock of sheep across London Bridge as part of a centuries-old tradition. The TV gardener was joined by more than 600 Freemen of the City of London as they exercised their "right"
Post-industrial Swansea is still the “ugly, lovely town” Dylan Thomas grew up in a century ago. It is a fascinating approach if you arrive by train, passing the harsh realities of Port Talbot on your which