Twenty Romanian police officers are working with Paris police to clamp down on criminals from their country in the French capital over the Christmas period.
Pigs, chickens and slave labour are on this morning's front-page agenda. They're all to be found in the western French region of Brittany.
According to a poll out on Saturday, nine out of ten French people consider Roma people to be poorly integrated into French society.
Only 13 per cent of French people consider themselves "proficient" in English, according to a study by European number-crunchers Eurostat. Only Italians are as bad, the survey shows.
The European Union (EU) has slammed France's policy towards Roma migrants, repeating criticisms made against right-wing former president Nicolas Sarkozy's government.
Two Romanians were arrested in northern Corsica on suspicions of involvement in a network of baby trafficking.
Is somebody spinning the news from Mali? Does the European Commission want to send us nuts? Who is austerity hurting ... and is it hurting enough?
The fate of the company at the centre of the horsemeat-for-beef scandal will be decided on Monday, the French minister in charge of the food-processing industry has announced.
The widening horsemeat-for-beef scandal is dominating French newspaper coverage. Also, an exclusive interview with an African-American journalist in jail for murdering a policeman.
A French meat processor at the centre of the widening horsemeat-for-beef scandal in Europe has denied claims it fraudulently sold hundreds of tonnes of horsemeat from a Romanian supplier.