A French processing company is in the spotlight over the horsemeat scandal that's sweeping Europe. The government in Paris has accused a firm called Spanghero of knowingly selling horsemeat as beef. The company denies the allegation.
Iran and world powers are reported to have made progress in talks to restrict Tehran's nuclear program. However, Germany and France say more needs to be done while Israel urged negotiators to demand "a better deal."
The foreign ministers of Iran, the US, Britain, China, France and Germany are hoping to reach a framework nuclear deal with Tehran. The deadline ends at midnight on March 31.
With Iran's nuclear deadline fast-approaching, officials has indicated that negotiators might need more time. The US, Britain, China, France and Germany - known as the P5+1 - want a framework pact with Iran.
Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program have continued in the Swiss city of Lausanne. While some progress has been reported, the two sides still appeared far from reaching a deal.