A visionary, a leader of our time.
"You call me Mr. President."
Newly uncovered footage shows Tariq Ramadan, a noted professor of Islam at Oxford University, was in Spain the day before a women says he raped her.
Meet your new girl crush and style icon.
Marine Le Pen's 2017 campaign staff shot an interview with a man claiming to be a reporter for a French state-owned TV network. The man was actually a contractor for Le Pen's party.
"Was he an immigrant?" GOP pollster Tony Fabrizo asked Marine Le Pen's 2017 campaign staff following a terrorist attack in Paris in an email obtained by BuzzFeed News.
The "Nazi-Free" Twitter Trick Shows That British Twitter Users Are Seeing Hate Speech Banned In Germany And France
Changing Twitter's country of origin to Germany or France filters out some Britain First retweets.
"They really didn't care about me. They never realized that I was unhappy."
Since 2006, the French government has spent millions of dollars on chartering planes to deport migrants to the rest of Europe, a BuzzFeed News investigation has revealed.
Manning shared the photo that inspired her Twitter handle and what came next was truly beautiful.
Two high school girls have described the thorough checks targeting only the young veiled women at a Parisian high school.
This is messing with my brain.
A BuzzFeed News investigation found that nearly 100 National Front candidates running in France's legislative elections on Sunday have posted, liked or shared anti-LGBT, anti-Semitic, anti-Muslim, or racist content on social media platforms.
Things spiraled so far out of control that the festival was almost banned by Paris's mayor.
People Think This Video Of A Woman Making Racist Remarks Happened Because Of Marine Le Pen's Success
"Marine Le Pen will win, everyone will leave, you first!"
Fake tweets, doctored photos, and twisted claims.
Many are posting false or unconfirmed information, including a fake image of the suspect.
Marine Le Pen, the far-right National Front candidate, is black licorice: "Everyone pretends to hate it, but millions are sold each year."
"France is not guilty for having wanted to share her culture with the peoples of Africa, Asia, and North America."