Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, currently under investigation for alleged corruption and influence peddling, has announced he will go on national radio and TV on Wednesday evening.
Nicolas Sarkozy's lawyer and two magistrates were taken into custody for questioning on Monday in relation to a corruption probe.
The case of a paraplegic man is taken to the European human rights court. Islamist violence in Syria spills over into Iraq ...
The French magazines sprang up in arms this week after last week’s virtual silence despite the international indignation about Boko Haram’s plans to sell the 276 girls kidnapped from a ...
Alstom, the Pacific Basin and Kadhafi's son Saif's trial are among the subjects in today's French papers ..
The French press considers Chad’s pull out from the CAR as necessary but untimely, while other papers say French Prime Minister Manuel Valls is making a high-risk take-off.
French matters take a back seat in the French papers for once, leaving the front pages to the mysterious
France's top court rejected a plea by former president Nicolas Sarkozy against the seizure of his diaries in a corruption case.
Ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy is a big hit on the front pages of today’s national dailies in the wake of Le Monde’s allegation Friday that he tried to pervert the course of ...
French magistrates bugged the phones of former president Nicolas Sarkozy, his lawyer and two former ministers, Le Monde newspaper claimed on Friday.