Six out of 10 Air France flights will be cancelled on Monday due to a pilots’ strike, the company announced on Saturday. Unions predicted more cancellations on Tuesday and Wednesday.
A French farmers' union says it will block access to a controversial dairy superfarm thath has opened in the north of the country.
Ebola is a wound that will not heal in west Africa. Hollande visits Iraq. A new war in the Middle East promises to be tough-going. And there’s good news and bad news for French sport.
Former Socialist finance minister Pierre Moscovici says he will follow EU rules in his new job as EU commissioner for economic and financial affairs.
France's budget deficit widened to 84.1 billion euros at the end of July from 80.8 billion a year earlier, the Finance ministry said on Tuesday, while its trade deficit remained stable.
The French education minister filed a suit on Monday over a false letter which circulated on Internet advising mayors to offer a weekly Arabic language class.
The far-right Front National is at the "gates of power" in France warned French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Sunday.
French trader Jérôme Kerviel won conditional release and left prison on Monday being ordered to wear an electronic tag.
Green campaigners from 20 countries received two-month suspended sentences Thursday after launching a break-in at France's oldest nuclear plant last March.
Greenpeace activists from 20 countries go on trial in France on Thursday. They broke into France's oldest nuclear plant at Fessemheim last March.
France was decided not to deliver the first of two helicopter carriers to Russia for now because of Moscow's actions in eastern Ukraine, the French president's office said on Wednesday.