There is something for eeryone in the French press today: a big miracle and a few political changes.
A Frenchman suspected of having joined Al-Qaeda has been arrested in northern Mali.
France has withdrawn around 100 soldiers from Mali, the army announced on Tuesday.
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (Aqim) on Saturday denied a French claim that its leader in the Sahara has been killed in the French-led offensive in northern Mali.
The French President, François Hollande, has confirmed that Abou Zeid, one of the chiefs of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (Aqim), died last month during a French military operation in ...
The French government is trying to verify a claim by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb that the group has executed a French hostage.
The wife of one of the French citizens being held captive in the Sahel, says French president François Hollande told families of hostages that France would not pay any ransom for their ...
Officials said earlier today that a French corporal was killed while tracking down jihadist fighters in their northern Mali mountain hideout.
The relatives of four French hostages kidnapped two-and-a-half years ago in northern Niger protested across France on Saturday demanding their release.
The French Defence Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, believes it will take another three weeks for French troops to fully secure north-eastern Mali from Islamic militants, and warned there could be ...