The UK risks falling from fifth to seventh in the rankings of the world’s largest economies next year, analysts have claimed.
Paris St Germain forward Kylian Mbappe turns 20 on Thursday, leaving behind the teenage years that have seen him climb rapidly towards the top of his profession.
Online retailer Asos has warned over sales and profits after experiencing a “significant deterioration” in trading in the run-up to Christmas.
Armoured vehicles and thousands of officers are to be deployed again in Paris on Saturday and Sunday as police anticipate a fifth straight weekend of violent protests.
The man authorities believe killed three people during a rampage near a Christmas market in Strasbourg has died in a shootout with police at the end of a two-day manhunt, French authorities said.
A man suspected of being the gunman who killed three people near a Christmas market in Strasbourg died in a shootout with police on Thursday following a two-day manhunt.
French police have killed a suspect in their hunt for the alleged gunman who killed three people near a Christmas market in Strasbourg on Tuesday.
Armed police have launched a security operation in Strasbourg as they hunt for a gunman suspected of attacking a Christmas market.
French security forces have said they are trying to catch the gunman suspected of attacking a Christmas market dead or alive.
Hundreds of security forces have combed eastern France for a 29-year-old man suspected of opening fire near Strasbourg’s famous Christmas market.
Egyptian authorities have restricted the sale of yellow reflective vests, fearing opponents might attempt to copy French protesters during next month’s anniversary of the 2011 popular uprising that toppled autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
Pressure is mounting on French President Emmanuel Macron to announce measures to calm violent protests when he addresses the nation on Monday, and breaks a silence seen as aggravating a crisis that has shaken the government and the whole country.
Monuments and shops have reopened in Paris while cleaners were out on the streets after a new wave of protests and riots injured 71 people in the French capital and caused widespread damage.
The rumble of armoured police vans and the hiss of tear gas filled central Paris as French riot police fought to contain thousands of yellow-vested protesters.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris will be closed on Saturday as French authorities tighten security to prevent another outbreak of violence following three weeks of anti-government protests.
The French government has caved in after the worst riots in decades and delayed an increase in energy taxes but many protesters continued to vent their anger at President Emmanuel Macron.
The French government’s decision to suspend fuel tax and utility hikes has done little to appease protesters who vowed to fight on after rioting in Paris last weekend.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced a suspension of fuel tax and utility hikes in an effort to appease a protest movement that has swept across Paris.
French prime minister Edouard Philippe is to announce a suspension of fuel tax hikes in an effort to appease an increasingly radicalised protest movement, according to French media.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron has met with some national police units to show his support after Paris became a theatre of violence and destruction during a weekend protest.
French prime minister Edouard Philippe is holding crisis talks with representatives of major political parties in the wake of violent anti-government protests that have rocked Paris.
Emmanuel Macron has asked for an evaluation of security measures after a Paris demonstration against increased taxes and living costs turned into France’s worst urban riot in a decade.
President Emmanuel Macron has visited the graffiti-damaged Arc de Triomphe monument and held an emergency meeting on security, a day after central Paris was hit by France’s worst riot in a generation.
More than 100 people were injured and 412 have been arrested during France’s worst urban riot in years, police in Paris said.
French police are struggling to regain the upper hand against violent “yellow jacket” protesters in central Paris, resorting to water cannons to try to quell the demonstration.
Dozens of people have been arrested after protesters angry about rising taxes clashed with French police for a third straight weekend.
Scuffles have broken out between police and some French protesters angry over rising taxes for a third straight weekend, after small pockets of demonstrators built barricades in the streets of central Paris and lit fires.
French prime minister Edouard Philippe is due to meet protest leaders in an effort to calm tensions over rising taxes.
The pound was subject to another day of volatility as currency traders digested a flurry of reports that detailed the impact of a hard Brexit.
Renault has shown off the bespoke nature of its van conversions by crafting one for the logistics division of the Renault Sport Formula One team.