Militiamen in Libya have ended their occupation of the country's foreign and justice ministries in Tripoli, handing control back to the authorities.
French newspapers seem uncertain how to deal with the Boston bomb attacks.
There's a strange contrast on this morning's front pages with news of the explosions at the Boston Marathon vying for space with the public declaration by French government ministers of their ...
The French government is threatening to punish employers who fail to respect equal pay between men and women.
The French climber who conquered Annapurna in the first recorded ascent of a peak above 8,000 metres, Maurice Herzog, has died at the age of 93.
Former Socialist party leader Martine Aubry has been summoned to appear before judges on Tuesday on possible charges of involuntary manslaughter.
Gloomy economic outlooks and corruption scandals dominate today's African papers...
On 1 July, France will see several laws or amendments go into effect. Starting today, the minimum wage jumps up two percent and breathalyzer tests will become mandatory in all vehicles.
Sunday 1 July will mark the start of an initiative in France to turn out the lights at night.
France wants a dialogue of equals with Africa, new Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius said Thursday.