Thousands of French people face having their power cut off. A Nobel prizewinner condemns Japan's nuclear policy.
Patrick Buisson, former presidential advisor to Nicolas Sarkozy, dominates this morning's front pages.
Japan’s defence and foreign ministers were in Paris on Thursday to talk with their French counterparts about regional security, a first step towards future joint military equipment ...
United Nations nuclear experts have praised Japan for making progress on shutting down the crippled Fukushima plant, but have warned the situation there remains very complex.
The debate about working on Sunday dominates this Monday morning's front pages.
Japan and South Korea have defied a Chinese edict to report any air travel through a newly declared air defence zone in the East China Sea.
Public hearings started in The Hague yesterday as Australia and Japan take their fight over whaling to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the UN's top court.
During a speech on his last day in Japan to business leaders, French President François Hollande said the eurozone debt crisis is over, but admitted efforts are still needed to boost the ...
The French dailies are dominated by reactions to the death on Thursday of a teenaged far-left French activist after a fight with far-right skinheads in Paris.
Around 50 African leaders took part in a 3-day conference on African development which ends today in the Japanese city of Yokohama. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says his country is ...