Commuter trains in the Paris area were packed and regional services seriously disrupted on Thursday morning as railworkers staged a 37-hour strike against government plans to reform France's rail ...
French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius has officially invited Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko for talks in Paris on Wednesday.
Twenty Romanian police officers are working with Paris police to clamp down on criminals from their country in the French capital over the Christmas period.
In 2012, about 124.5 million people, or 24.8 per cent of the population, in the European Union were at risk of poverty or social exclusion, compared with 23.7 per cent in 2008.
Bob Dylan has been charged in France with incitement to hatred, after he was quoted comparing Croats with Nazis in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, a judicial source said on Monday.
French conglomerate Lagardere and German carmakers Daimler are to be tried in France for insider trading, in connection with the 2006 sale of shares in the aerospace group EADS, according to ...
French police on Monday arrested 45 people in a vast sweep against international arms traffickers.
A Paris court has backed a private creche that fired a Muslim employee for wearing the an Islamic headscarf.
Standard & Poor's downgrade of French sovereign debt was "unjustified", the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) chief economist said Tuesday.
A French diplomat said nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva are in the “homestretch” but stressed the negotiations are not yet over as world powers continue to push for a deal.
Paris gunman Abdelhakim Dekhar was refusing to speak to investigators on Friday as the deadline for opening a formal case against him approached.
The suspect in this week's Paris shootings lived in London for 13 years, Paris prosecutors revealed Thursday.
The French government has welcomed Germany's commitment to establish a legal minimum wage
Farmers in the Paris region called off a blockade of the French capital on Thursday after the death of a firefighter on his way to work and a second accident that injured six people.
Farmers in the Paris region plan to obstruct traffic into the French capital on Thursday morning in protest at taxation and proposed changes to the European Union's Common Agricultural Policy ...