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Dignitaries from the U.S., Russia, France, and other nations are attending a forum this week at the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial.
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Monsignor Patrick Chauvet said there's a "50% chance" the structure of the Paris landmark that caught fire earlier this year might not be saved.
Workers unions launched massive strikes earlier this month against President Emmanuel Macron’s planned changes to the French retirement system.
The services at the Paris cathedral, which continued through two world wars and Nazi occupation, were relocated after this year's fire.
Repair works continue at the iconic Paris cathedral, which was ravaged by a devastating fire earlier this year.
Paris locals share the faux pas they often see visitors committing.
The 16-year-old climate activist arrived in Madrid by train after sailing by catamaran across the Atlantic — all part of an effort to use carbon-free transportation.
Unprepared tourists faced empty train stations and closed landmarks as Paris police prepared for a major demonstration through the capital.
A new report held a few silver linings, however, as the growth was slower than in recent years and the use of coal declined.
The French president told Trump to "be serious," delivering a real-time fact check of his false claim that most Islamic State fighters are from Europe.
House and Senate Democrats assured world leaders discussing the Paris climate agreement at a United Nations conference in Madrid that the U.S. "will be back."
The uninflated slide fell from a flight from Paris to Boston around noon Sunday.
Kerry launched a new climate coalition called World War Zero on Sunday, and said so far, "no country is getting the job done."
The U.N. secretary-general said growing demands from citizens, particularly young people, have shown there is widespread desire for climate action.
It is, in a word, "bleak."
A publicly funded retirement home in Vesoul, France, reportedly told a nun she needed to stop wearing religious clothing to be admitted.