Three survivors of a tragedy that caused the deaths of 63 migrants in the Mediterranean are taking the Belgian army to court for failing to rescue them.
Security concerns, immigration, fiscal apathy, and social upheaval are all gracing the covers of French magazines this weekend.
Mayors, Manuel Valls, the economy and social inequality all feature in today's French papers.
Trade unions and anti-racist groups have called for a day of demonstrations across France after a series of insults to Guyanese-born Justice Minister Christiane Taubira.
A famliy who ran a Paris hotel that burned to the ground in 2005, costing the lives of 24 people, including 11 children, opened in the French capital on Thursday.
Algerians are one of the biggest immigrant groups to France and many French people have ties stretching back several generations with the former colony.
A weekend dominated by the terrible progress of Typhoon Haiyan in Asia . . .
The big story in this week’s press is about Leonarda Dibrani, the 15 year-old schoolgirl from Kosovo whose deportation from France caused an uproar last week, one that has rocked the ...
The Dominican government is facing intense international pressure over a court ruling that will strip citizenship from hundreds of thousands of people.
There is no "explosion" of asylum seekers in France, the head of an NGO that works with would-be immigrants has