The Egyptian Constitution, Germany, politics and not so surpisingly, taxes are among the headlines in today's French Papers.
Paris is home to an estimated six million rodents including mice and rats. That's more than double the number of residents in the city.
French MPs are set to pass a law that will stop the punishment of prostitutes but fine their clients and oblige them to take awareness courses.
France is to send hundreds more troops to the Central African Republic (CAR), a former colony racked by violence in the aftermath of this year's coup by the Séléka militias.
A Paris court has backed a private creche that fired a Muslim employee for wearing the an Islamic headscarf.
France loses its place at the top of the anti-depressants league. French troops prepare to go to the CAR. A new law will punish prostitutes' clients. The Pope wants to spread ...
Six Afghans working for a French NGO have been killed in Afghanistan. Local officials blame the Taliban for the murders.
Burglaries are on the increase in France, up by 18% over the last five years. The French Ministry of the Interior says there’s one every 90 seconds.
Lucien Neuwirth, the politician responsible for the legalisation of the contraceptive pill in France, a hugely controversial reform at the time died on Tuesday from a lung infection at the age of ...
France's Women's Rights Minister says under a proposed new bill there will be more resources for victims of domestic violence, noting that every 48 hours a woman is murdered by her partner in the ...