French-based European aircraft builder Airbus has signed the biggest contract in the history of civil aviation with Indonesia’s Lion Air.
The Cyprus bank deposit taxes, an Airbus deal and an impending vote of no confidence in the French prime minister, are among the big stories in today's French papers...
Pope Francis’s election, the anniversary of the conflict in Syria, the French pension system's deficit and a European decision that will allow French smokers to bring in more cigarettes from ...
Will Pope Francis speak up for the global South? And how's his sense of humour? Where have 6.3 billon euros of Vatican money gone? Why is France still losing jobs?
The cardinals are still in their conclave. Shimon Peres is at the European parliament. What's cooking in French abattoirs? Is François Hollande engaged in class war?
President François Hollande for the first time admitted that France will not reach the three per cent target for its deficit this year.
All eyes are on Rome today, apart from a little attention being paid to Dijon, where at least one person still cares about worldly matters.
The second anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident is the main story in three of this morning's French dailies.
It's been said that economic and political strife have a tendency to stimulate artistic expression.
France is to make five billion euros-worth of cuts in 2014 in a continuing austerity cure that saw 12.5 billion euros slashed from budgets and 36.9 billion in tax increases this year.