The Côte d'Azur extravagance of Putin-era oligarchs has been all about flaunting wealth—while trying to hide it. Some make that work. Some get caught. Some wind up dead.
Dana Kennedy, a former correspondent for ABC News, Fox News and MSNBC, who also writes for the The New York Times, the Financial Times, the International Herald Tribune, Time magazine and People, among others, is based in Europe.
France won’t be the only country threatened by jihadis escaping in Syria thanks to Trump’s disastrous decisions, but it knows a lot about the people already planning new attacks.
The late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s longtime companion and alleged procurer comes from a clan with a penchant for sex, intrigue, science, and illusions.
The most over the top villa in one of the most over the top places on the planet comes with a sinister past.
Suspicion is growing that pesticides used to fumigate rooms in this tropical paradise may be responsible for several of the deaths—but not all of them.
Ian Bailey, convicted in absentia, tells The Daily Beast he will ‘go down with guns blazing’ if he is extradited to France from Ireland to face the 25-year prison sentence.
The 2019 Cannes Film Festival kicked off with the premiere of a Bill Murray-starring vampire film—and plenty of controversy over its decision to honor notorious actor Alain Delon.
Thousands have poured into Algeria’s streets to end the rule of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who looks half-dead at 82. Not so for Bouhired, who’s lost none of her political passion.