The Château d'Eau district near Paris's Gare du Nord is a Mecca for African beauty and hairdressing salons.
The French dailies are on fire with news from the Middle East, with front pages showing Gaza in ashes.
Entrepreneurs and financiers gathered in Paris on Tuesday for the launch of the Franco-African Foundation for Growth.
France on Thursday allowed employers to ban wine from the workplace. The traditional office drinks party might be a thing of the past.
An agreed fine between France's largest bank and US regulators will not break the bank's balance sheet, says BNP Paribas.
Ryanair, the Irish low cost airline, launched an appeal on Monday against a court ruling ordering it to pay nearly nine million euros for breaching French employment laws.
Ferries between mainland France and Corsica and north Africa are to be hit by a strike at the height of the summer season as unions accuse the SNCM company’s the government and new majority ...
France aims to attract 100 million foreign tourists per year to France, compared to 83 million in 2012.
Given that practically everyone agrees that next weekend's European parliamentary elections are about as interesting as the life-cycle of pond slime, the persistence of French editors in giving ...
French prison wardens picketed three-quarters of the country’s jails on Tuesday during a day of industrial action to protest at security in the overcrowded penitentiary system.