The Signatories in Blood group, led by Algerian jihadi Mokhtar Belmokhtar, has threatened more attacks against French and other interests in Niger after Thursday’s double suicide bombings ...
A ballistic missile was launched during a trial run in Normandy, France on Sunday, but self-destructed minutes later.
China wants to buy more French goods, Chinese Prime Minister Li Kerqiang reportedly told François Hollande on Friday as the French president wrapped up a two-day visit to his country.
French President Francois Hollande arrived in Beijing on Thursday on a trip aimed at boosting exports to China, especially in the fields of aviation and nuclear power.
A cargo of radioactive fuel was ready to leave France for Japan on Wednesday after arriving in the Channel port of Cherbourg overnight.
France is not going to repatriate its nationals from South Korea, despite North Korea’s call on foreigners to leave the country in case “thermo-nuclear war” breaks out.
The second anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear accident is the main story in three of this morning's French dailies.
Two years ago today, a massive earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, triggering a tsunami that killed as many as 19,000 people.
Thousands of people formed a human chain in Paris on Saturday - the second anniversary of Japan's Fukushima disaster - to oppose nuclear power, which provides most of France's energy.
A team of eight inspectors from the United Nations nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, are in Iran (again) to try to reach agreement with Tehran on its nuclear ambitions.