France’s BNP Paribas has agreed to pay the biggest-ever fine imposed on a foreign bank by US regulators for breaking American sanctions against countries including Iran and Sudan, sources ...
Angolan President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos held talks with the French President François Hollande on Tuesday after years of frosty relations between the two countries.
French oil giant Total is to invest in Angola's Kaombo project after finding ways to cut costs of extracting ultra-deep offshore oil by a fifth, the firm announced on Monday.
US Navy Seals have boarded and taken control of an oil tanker that had loaded crude at a Libyan port held by militias in the east of the country and escaped to sea.
Three Gulf monarchies recalled their ambassadors from Qatar in an unprecedented escalation of tension with fellow-members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Australia has been brought to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, in The Netherlands by its neighbour, East Timor after accusing it of raiding the offices of a lawyer representing the ...
Could petrol be cheaper, Iranian nuclear deal comes to effect and Syrian peace talks open in Geneva, are all topics in today's French papers.
Used cooking oil - the stuff left over in the fryer after you make chips or samosas – is big business.
Egypt protests planned ahead, education budget in Kenya and the South Sudan peace talks are all topics in today's African papers.
Greenpeace has asked six French companies with ties to Russia to protest at the detention of 30 activists held on piracy charges.