Six French bombers are to be sent to Jordan on Thursday to launch raids on the Islamic State (IS) armed group in Iraq, the French government announced on Wednesday.
Racial anger in the United States, the Pope in Strasbourg and Nicolas Sarkozy on the front page of Le Figaro. That just about sums up this morning's French papers.
France has called for the creation of safe zones in Syria to protect civilians from both government forces and the Islamic State (IS) armed group.
Wikimedia France, a free online library of photos, has appealed for more photographs of French cheeses.
A 93-year-old British woman was awarded France's highest honour on Tuesday for her perilous spying missions in German-occupied France in World War II.
France has suspended delivery of a high-tech Mistral warship to Russia over the Ukraine conflict. Moscow says it will not take legal action “for the moment”.
France's black Minister of Justice Christiane Taubira on Tuesday tweeted several angry comments about the killings of black youngsters in the United States
The nine-time world rally champion will come out of retirement to drive in the Monte Carlo Rally in January.
The French and German firms won the contract for modernising systems on a high-speed train line in Spain.
No more ads. The Alpine city of Grenoble is the first European city to ban all commercial street advertising. Instead, the French city will plant trees.
The Paris based club is likely to miss key players for their match against Ajax at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday.