France’s government this week launches a plan to stop young people going to fight with jihadi groups against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
A day after the liberation of four French journalists held in Syria, new details have emerged about the conditions of their release.
France’s Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius says there are strong indications that the Syrian regime recently used chemical weapons in the northwest of the country.
Four French journalists held hostage in Syria arrived on French soil on Sunday. President François Hollande called it “a day of joy for France”.
France's system for handling asylum-seekers is "in crisis", according to a parliamentary report that highlights long-drawn-out and ineffective procedures and spending way over budget.
France's counter-terrorism unit said on Wednesday it had thwarted an imminent attack by a returning jihadist from Syria, who was preparing to strike in the Southern Côte d'Azur region.
"We are not here to be liked by many people," says Inna Shevchenko, the Ukrainian founder of the now world-famous women's rights group Femen. In English and French Femen's activists ...
Four men and three women have been arrested in France suspected of helping aspiring jihadis, some of them teenagers, to go to fight against Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
US finance officials have accused the French banks Société Générale, BNP Paribas and Crédit Agricole of sanctions-busting and money-laundering, sources say.
Three French nationals have fallen to their deaths in Jordan. They were trying to climb a mountain in the Wadi Rum area in the south of the country.
A French short film on forced marriages, released to coincide with International Women's Day, has caused a stir but not for the reasons you may expect.
A French court has jailed three men for trying to go and fight alongside Islamist groups in Syria. They were found guilty of plotting terrorist acts.
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.
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.
A 14-year-old French girl is in a care home after being stopped at Lyon airport, apparently heading for Syria to wage jihad.