The European Union has frozen the assets of ousted Ukraine leader Viktor Yanukovych, ex-premier Mykola Azarov and 16 former ministers, businessmen and security chiefs, all on grounds of fraud, at an emergency meeting in Brussels.
One European woman out of three is victim of physical or sexual violence in her life, according to a report by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published on Wednesday. ...
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, are to sue over the leaking of tapes of their dealings with his one-time advisor, Partick Buisson, the architect of the ...
France's unemployment rate fell in the fourth quarter of 2013, for the first time since April 2011, according to the national statistics institute, Insee, but part of the drop is due to a change ...
French President François Hollande took a step back from threats of sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis,
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is reportedly fuming after it was revealed a former advisor had secretly recorded hundreds of hours of private meetings during his time in office.
A French businessmen described his 17 years in solitary confinement in a seven-square-metre cell in an interview with RFI on Wednesday.
A French court was to hear the case brought by François Hollande's alleged mistress, Julie Gayet, against gossip magazine Closer for invasion of privacy on Thursday.
Patrick Buisson, former presidential advisor to Nicolas Sarkozy, dominates this morning's front pages.
A summit in Paris has promised to help Lebanon with money and military equipment as the conflict in Syria drives more than a million refugees over the border.
French Interior Minister Manuel Valls has ordered an inquiry into charges that police threatened to hold up an 18-year-old Russian student's French citizenship unless she informed on anti-gay ...
The European Commission on Wednesday placed France under "reinforced surveillance", criticising its "lack of competitiveness" and high public debt.
French rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel is walking from Rome to Paris after meeting Pope Francis on 19 February in a lone march against the "tyranny of the market".
A man who published Al-Qaida propaganda translated into French on the web has been sentenced to a year in prison. A Paris court found.
Surprisingly, Ukraine has almost vanished from the main French newspaper headlines on Wednesday.
French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius has threatened "significant measures" against Russia over tensions in Ukraine.
Paris and its region often provide backdrops for films with 1,500 films, TV programmes and ads shot in and around the French capital last year.
A co operative set up by skilled former workers at Lejaby lingerie looks set to close as angry staff blame banks for lack of funding.
A newly-released report outlines systematic fiddling of crime figures by Paris Police Chiefs dating back to 2008 and continuing until 2013, when an investigation was conducted by the French ...
The recipient of an artificial heart made by the French company Carmat, has died, two and a half months after the implant operation.
More Ukraine, global warming and ten things the French do better than anyone else - all in the French papers today ...