There's a strange contrast between the front pages of Le Monde and those of four other national dailies today.
The death of French hostage Gilberto Rodrigues Leal will not go unpunished, French President François Hollande declared after Mali-based jihadi group Mujao on Tuesday announced that it had ...
Whatever else you can say about the French papers this morning, there's plenty of variety on the front pages...
A day after the liberation of four French journalists held in Syria, new details have emerged about the conditions of their release.
Four French journalists held hostage in Syria arrived on French soil on Sunday. President François Hollande called it “a day of joy for France”.
Four French journalists are safe and in good health, after being held hostage in Syria since June 2013.
There’s confusion over the fate of kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls. SA prepares for a post-Zuma ANC.
A local radio presenter hostage has been freed after being taken hostage for four hours in eastern France.
Negotiators attempting to secure the release of the South African hostage Pierre Korkie, who is being held in Yemen by Al Qaeda, say they have no proof that he is either alive or dead.
The war in the Central African Republic, the miraculous Reverend Father Georges Vandenbeusch's release from Nigeria, and the reform of French civil law code to speed up divorces dominate the front ...