The French have extracted concessions from their government by taking to the streets en masse. Their protest carries a valuable lesson.
Edouard Philippe meets with political rivals in a bid to ease protesters' anger after facing criticism following violent anti-government protests.
As the American president picks fights with allies such as French leader Emmanuel Macron, nationalism threatens to shatter Europe.
Emmanuel Macron faces criticism after one of his security aides, shown in a video wearing a police helmet and pummeling a student, receives only a two-week suspension as punishment.
President Trump has vowed to withdraw from the 2015 agreement unless U.S., British, French and German negotiators can agree to fix what he sees as its serious flaws.
Protests take place in two cities amid simmering anger over the French president's overhaul, which critics call a threat to job protections.
The move is part of a makeover designed to revive the nationalist party's fortunes after Marine Le Pen's resounding loss in last year's presidential election to Emmanuel Macron.
The leaders spar verbally over the move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, while new violence ripples across the region.