The government's new plan to sell its shares in some companies and the regional impact of Syria's conflict are among today's stories in the French press...
The French Press today focuses on President François Hollande's first year anniversary.
France has won a respite in its attempts to meet the requirements of the European Union’s budget stability pact.
European Union Economic Affairs commissioner Olli Rehn on Friday said it would be "reasonable" to give France two extra years to meet the EU deficit target of three per cent of GDP.
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France will slide into recession this year, the European Commission predicted Friday. It expects unemployment to hit 10.9 per cent.
France and Italy look set to present a united front against German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s austerity policy in Europe after Wednesday’s visit to Paris by new Italian prime minister ...
Disappointment and anger are this morning's key words after May Day demonstrations throughout France yesterday against a background of unemployment and economic crisis.
Bulgarians head to the polls on 12 May to replace their caretaker government.