France is facing its fair share of scandals, if you go by the passionate coverage the weeklies are giving to a string of high-profile scams, which have held the country spellbound for weeks.
Political crookedness continues to loom over French people with a new poll saying seven out of ten people perceive politicians as corrupt. This is up from 54 per cent three years ago.
Brazil is the main story on several of this morning's French front pages . . .
Sarkozy's back in the news, although not necessarily for the reasons he'd like to be.There's a look back at Italy's struggle with the mafia. And a grim tale of the effect of drugs on a ...
Moamer Kadhafi’s former interpreter has validated claims that the former Libyan leader made financial donations to his campaign, in the latest string of allegations made against ...
French former president Nicolas Sarkozy dominates two of this morning's front pages, and each of the stories concerns money, buckets of the stuff.
Bernard Tapie, the man suspected of fraud in an organized gang, tops the list of stories this week as the French magazines dig deep into the latest revelations.
Three stories dominate the news today: the Bernard Tapie affair, President Hollande’s pension reform plans and the first flight of the Airbus’ youngest baby, the A350.
The corruption probe into a payout to businessman-turned-politician Bernard Tapie is fast becoming a thriller with the papers having a field day trying to catch up with the new revelations.
An investigation has revealed that a prominent figure in the Sarkozy era, Claude Guéant, received around 10,000 euros monthly for over two years from funds which were intended for use ...