French president François Hollande will not go to the winter olympics opening ceremony in Russia, nor will any top officials, said Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Sunday.
A far-right paper in France has caused uproar with a headline comparing Guyanese-born Justice Minister Christiane Taubira to a monkey.
The high-profile leader of protests against France's gay marriage law, Frigide Barjot, is to be evicted from the 173-square-metre flat in central Paris that she and her husband rent from the city council.
Lawyer Patrick Klugman representing Femen activists in their Paris trial for charges of damaging the Notre Dame cathedral has requested more information over violence perpetuated against his ...
Three months after France legalised gay marriage and adoption, opponents continue to protest the law and the Socialist government that created it.
Twitter could soon face an order to hand over details of authors of anti-gay hate messages to French authorities, following a complaint by a French gay-rights group.
A far-right mayor in the south of France has refused to marry a lesbian couple in defiance of the Socialist government's recently passed same-sex marriage law.
Five things we learned from day seven at Moscow's World Championships in Athletics.
The French organisation against same-sex marriage, Manif Pour Tous, says it intends to sue HIV/AIDS support group Act Up over a fake blood protest aimed at its president.
Thousands of gay rights activists marched through the French Mediterranean city of Marseille yesterday at the beginning of Europride 2013, a 10-day gay and lesbian festival.