Two French Catholic leaders are headed to Iraq on Monday for a three day visit to support Christians of Mosul, who were evicted from their homes by jihadists who took over the city in June.
France’s Socialist government is to make another climbdown in the face of right-wing family-values campaigners with the scrapping of a gender-equality programme in the country’s ...
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered France to keep a man who has been in a vegetative state for six years on life support, overruling France’s highest court.
It's difficult to avoid the European elections in today's French press.
Schoolboys in the western French city of Nantes defied right-wing demonstrators by going to school in skirts on Friday.
French rogue trader Jerome Kerviel crosses the border into France on Saturday where he could face jail, following his long protest walk from Rome.
Five young Frenchmen - a Catholic, Jew, Muslim, agnostic and atheist - have just returned from a 10-month long “interfaith tour”, exploring inter-faith initiatives in some 50 ...
French unhappiness, the spread of burnout and the return of intellectual orthodoxy in French thinking dominate comments in the French weeklies.
Popes, politics, pacts and problems make up this morning's not particularly appetising menu.
“All roads lead to Rome,” says an old adage and that is about to be confirmed this weekend as the French press looks forward to the double canonisation on Sunday of two of most ...