French Foreign Affairs Minister seems to have jumped the gun in assuring the French parliament that some of France's European partners would soon be sending troops to the Central African Republic ...
The European aerospace group, EADS, has a duty to avoid job cuts, French Labour Minister Michel Sapin declared on Tuesday, after the company announced that it would shed 5,800 posts.
The Egyptian Constitution, Germany, politics and not so surpisingly, taxes are among the headlines in today's French Papers.
A French diplomat said nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva are in the “homestretch” but stressed the negotiations are not yet over as world powers continue to push for a deal.
The French government has welcomed Germany's commitment to establish a legal minimum wage
European Union leaders have backed a Franco-German move to establish new rules for spying as it was revealed that the US's National Security Agency (NSA) spied on 35 world leaders.
A French minister has accused Germany's "minijobs" of causing unemployment in France.
A French former resistance fighter won a legal battle on Wednesday against memorial groups who contested his portrayal of a World War II massacre.
France's population will be 72 million people by 2050, up from 63.9 million today, according to the official population monitor, Ined.
France is set to clear the names of hundreds of soldiers executed by their own side during World War I.