The weeklies are dominated by the dwindling political fortunes of French president François Hollande and the effects on the state condition of the nation.
Same-sex marriage now signed into law headlines the French papers today, along with a new giant fiscal fraud scandal involving a prominent French art collector.
The news is dominated by President François Hollande’s press conference to mark his first year in office and a shocking suicide committed in front of of school children in Paris.
If you're looking for good news this morning, you might be well advised to buy a copy of the New Testament.
Cannes and Paris football are this morning's big stories.
Football heroes Paris St Germain are back on the front pages this morning, but for all the wrong reasons.
Championship success for Paris Saint Germain and France's looming pension problem are among the stories in today's papers...
The weeklies are dominated by Le Canard Enchaîné’s story line that French President François Hollande has been handed a 2 year so-called “suspended ...
The 12th anniversary of the declaration of slavery as a crime against humanity; Hollande's refusal to pay slavery reparations; the escalation of the Syrian civil war; and a new trend ...
Friday’s papers are dominated by good economic news for the United States and Europe after the Dow Jones set an all time record.