Emmanuel Macron has promised to restore France's global standing, as he was officially inaugurated as the country's youngest president.
The Skydrive car uses drone technology, and has three wheels and four rotors.
The country is investing billions in an ambitious project to rebuild ports, roads and rail networks.
Computer experts warn a follow-up to the global ransomware outbreak could hit by Monday.
Interviews have begun as President Trump looks to replace the man he sacked, James Comey.
When US President Donald Trump took office on January 20, the new administration's policy on North Korea was unclear.
The vote in North Rhine-Westphalia is seen as a bellwether for September's national elections.
Salvador Sobral wins with a love ballad sung in Portuguese, with Bulgaria coming second.
Highlights from this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
In our series of letters from African journalists, veteran Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene reflects on why in Ghana a person's age is not etched in stone.
The modern office is mixing work and play in a bid to attract staff and improve productivity.
The parents of Juan Pablo Pernalete speak of his death during Venezuela's protest-related violence.
Comedian Lou Conran talks about her experience of having to give birth to her daughter, Emma, at just over 20 weeks following a scan that indicated her baby wouldn't survive.
Riot police on motorbikes fire tear gas against opposition demonstrators in Caracas and other cities.
Rajasthan's Royal Red Tent is as tall as a double-decker bus - and it's getting its first proper clean in three centuries.
Is riding a dirt bike down a city street a harmless form of relaxation or a neighbourly nuisance?
A major US investigation into Russian money laundering has come to an abrupt end.
Michael Jackson's daughter says "part of feminism is being able to express yourself in your own way".
North Korea would hold talks with the United States "under the right conditions," a senior North Korean diplomat said on Saturday, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported.