It's taxes, taxes and taxes in this week's French magazines.
Tax, pension and bullying in today's papers ...
Many of today's papers have mixed reviews of the weekend negotiations with Iran. "The United States' risky bet" is what Le Figaro calls it.
France’s Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Monday that the European Union would likely lift some sanctions on Iran in December as part of the landmark deal to rollback Tehran’s ...
Iran struck a landmark deal with six world powers, including France, Sunday morning that would temporarily halt its controversial nuclear programme in exchange for limited sanction relief.
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.
Ayrault's tax revamp is judged risky. French multinationals are judged untruthful. Europe is urged to strip off the hair shirt. Les Bleus say goodbye to mediocrity.
A double suicide bombing outside the Iranian embassy in Beirut on Tuesday has killed at least 23 people. The attack was claimed by an al-Qaeda-linked jihadi group, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
French President Francois Hollande on Monday called for a complete halt to Israel's
settlement activities, declaring them harmful to peace efforts.
French president Francois Hollande says France remains opposed to easing sanctions against Iran until it is convinced Tehran has abandoned any pursuit of nuclear weapons.