Beji Caid Essebsi declared win in Sunday's presidential run-off vote, seen as the last step in Tunisia's shift to full democracy four years after an uprising ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali.
Driver in city of Dijon shouted Islamic phrase before injuring 11.
Man who killed two police officers said to have broadcasted plan.
Those arrested called "facilitators" in attack that left 141 dead.
Militants stormed remote village, killing at least 33.
Israeli FM derides Palestinian effort to set deadline for it to end occupation of territories.
Secular party Nida Tounes has ruled out an alliance with Ennahda, cementing its support base.
France has 5,000 soldiers deployed in nearby Mali and C.A.R., and can ill afford more regional instability.
The U.S. secretary of state has met the chief Palestinian negotiator to discuss timetable.
Gains came even as oil stayed under pressure, suggesting investors see positives in lower fuel costs.
The Russian leader insisted that the dramatic fall in the rouble would stabilize.
The tech giant says rouble's value is too volatile for it to set prices for products.
The Swedish carmaker rolling out new models to compete with German luxury rivals such as BMW.
Research shows a majority of internet workers doubt a working privacy infrastructure will exist by 2025.
White House said the strike against the big Hollywood studio was a matter of national security.
Upon the announcement of U.S. - Cuba relations, the door is open for telcos to prime the island for connectivity.
The company is wrestling with the U.S. Dept. of Justice in a case involving user data stored in Ireland.
The virus that has broken out in multiple U.S. states has killed four people.
Harvard researchers said high levels of pollution had been linked to a doubling of autism.
The ruling will have far-reaching consequences for employers.
Fewer than half the target number of badgers said killed in this year's cull.
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