The papers are all about the small French village of Bugarach in the southern region of l’Aude.
The rivals in the leadership row which split Nicolas Sarkozy’s rightwing French former ruling party, the UMP, agreed on Monday to a new internal election after a bitterly-contested first ...
There's anger and derision over the government's efforts to save the Florange steelworks. Accusations of lies and half-truths on all sides of the political chessboard.
The last French combat troops left Afghanistan at 2.30pm local time Saturday, fulfilling one President François Hollande’s campaign promises.
There's left-wing Schadenfreude over the spat in Sarkozy's party, a look at changes in Paris's luxury hotels, hints on staying upbeat in economic hard times and shrinks fall out over ...
France is to scrap payments that aimed to encourage Roma to return to their countries of origin but did nothing to prevent them coming back to France.
The Socialist minister in charge of a crackdown on French tax evaders is fighting off accusations that he himself has hidden money in a secret Swiss bank account.
The former French president, Nicholas Sarkozy, has reportedly threatened to disqualify the two men fighting to take control of his party, the UMP.
The fallout from the leadership election at France's main opposition party, UMP, continues to dominate the news.
France agreed on a major deal for economic aid towards the development of Côte d’Ivoire, despite worries surrounding the ability of Abidjan to end its hostilities surrounding the ...