The European Union has frozen the assets of ousted Ukraine leader Viktor Yanukovych, ex-premier Mykola Azarov and 16 former ministers, businessmen and security chiefs, all on grounds of fraud, at an emergency meeting in Brussels.
Ayrault's tax revamp is judged risky. French multinationals are judged untruthful. Europe is urged to strip off the hair shirt. Les Bleus say goodbye to mediocrity.
This morning's front pages are divided between celebration of the national football team's qualification for the World Cup and lamentation that the prime minister's promise to review the taxation ...
It's hard to believe that the five French newspapers to hand were all published on the same planet.
France’s midwives deliver the vast majority of the country’s babies. But since 26 October over 70 per cent of the sector has been on strike.
Mayors, Manuel Valls, the economy and social inequality all feature in today's French papers.
Spreading social unrest, the political woes of French President Francois Hollande and rising racism in France continue to attract most comments in the magazines for yet another week.
Today marks 100 days since Robert Mugabe was reelected president for his seventh consecutive term since he came to power in 1980.
A French priest is abducted in Cameroon. Unions take up the cudgels for Brittany. France's economy continues to flounder. Europe's far-right eurosceptics unite (some of them, anyway).
The French economy contracted unexpectedly in the third quarter of the year, official figures showed Wednesday. The drop comes after an equally unexpected rise in the second quarter.
Protests against France's ecotax continued Saturday, despite the government's suspension of the controversial levy on road freight.