The French front pages are still filled with analysis, vituperation and various sorts of blather associated with the ongoing local elections.
A French satellite has captured images of floating objects in the search area for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet in the southern Indian Ocean, according to Malaysian authorities.
The papers are all about the late money time show of ex- French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
The European aviation consortium Airbus has announced that the new Saudi Arabian company, SaudiGulf, has ordered four A320s.
Twenty-five countries, including France, have now joined the search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet.
Pollution in France and all over Europe dominates today's front pages.
French matters take a back seat in the French papers for once, leaving the front pages to the mysterious
French aviation giant Dassault's profits fell 8.5 per cent in 2013, it announced Thursday. The company is pinning its hopes on a so-far elusuve fighter-jet contract with India.
The disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane with 239 people on board was probably not a "terrorist incident", the head of Interpol said on Tuesday.
The missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing, the diplomatic deadend that is Ukraine, a bidding war in the French mobile telephone market, former president Sarkozy the victim of official and other sorts ...