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.
Standard & Poor’s downgrading of France’s credit rating by one notch to AA is the front-page story in the French press today.
The growing taxpayers' revolt, mass lay-offs and the multiplication of factory closures are sapping the morale of the government, which is short of ideas to face the flood of problems.
French President François Hollande was set to defend his economic policies at a meeting with international finance chiefs after the Standard & Poor's agency lowered France's rating to ...
Couples with children now make up a quarter of France's poor, according to French charity Secours Catholique.
Not even Mickey’s kingdom has escaped the economic downturn in Europe, with Disneyland Paris reporting a loss of one million visitors this year.
Iran, human bones found in the Mediterranean and the new centre-right block on the French political scene are the subjects today...
It's interesting to compare the front pages of business daily Les Echos and right-wing Le Figaro.