Hundreds of supporters of the far-right National Front have marched in Paris as the party rides a recent wave of popularity.
French unions are planning major rallies today to mark International Workers’ Day.
Le Monde is the only daily newspaper available here in France on May Day because it was printed yesterday and is dated tomorrow.
Just days after the leak of a French Socialist Party memo critical of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a German newspaper has revealed an internal German political memo harshly critical of the ...
France announces reduced budgets for the military, and as French workers prepare to down tools for International Labour Day tomorrow, a preview of a month of protests scheduled for May.
There's a lot about strained Franco-German relations on this morning's front pages.
The French President, François Hollande, and Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault have been urged to stand up for Germany after an internal Socialist Party memo critical of the German ...
An attack on German Chancellor Angela Merkel drawn up for François Hollande's Socialist Party and Qatar’s unquenchable appetite for France are among the big stories hitting the front ...
The dailies are dominated by French unemployment figures, which reached a record high on Thursday, and President François Hollande’s first visit to China.
The number of unemployed in France hit a record high in March, reaching 3,224 million, although the percentage has not yet overtaken 1997’s level.