The French nurse who contracted the Ebola virus in Liberia has been cured and discharged from the hospital, announced Health Minister Marisol Touraine in a statement on Saturday.
Three allies of French former president Nicolas Sarkozy were idicted on Saturday in connection with an investigation into the financing of his failed 2012 president campaign.
A video purporting to show the beheading of British aid volunteer Alan Henning was released by the Islamic State armed group on Friday.
A Chadian man set himself ablaze on Friday inside a French court after his last chance at obtaining asylum was rejected, a court said.
As hardline Catholics and family-values campaigners prepare to demonstrate in Paris this Sunday, Prime Minister Manuel Valls has performed an about-face
The European Court of Human Rights has ordered France to scrap a ban on soldiers joining a trade union, describing it as a breach of the right to freedom of association.