Crimea's independence from Ukraine and air pollution in the French capital dominate the the front page stories of French dailies.
Russia’s intervention in the Ukrainian region of Crimea has been making headlines all over the world.
French President Francois Hollande told his Russian counterpart on Wednesday that Crimea joining Russia would be an "unacceptable annexation," stressing that there was still time to ...
Ukraine's interim prime minister Arseney Yatsenyuk is due to arrive in the US later today for talks with President Obama at the White House.
Sanctions could be slapped on Russia as early as this week, French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius warned on Tuesday as the Ukraine crisis dragged on.
The missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing, the diplomatic deadend that is Ukraine, a bidding war in the French mobile telephone market, former president Sarkozy the victim of official and other sorts ...
French President François Hollande and US President Barack Obama have threatened new sanctions against Russia if it does not pull troops out of Crimea.
The French unemployment figures, Sarkozy's legal action over secret tapes and French ministers' boycott of Sochi Paralympics are all topics in today's French papers.
French ministers were to boycott the opening of the Paralympiques in Sochi on Friday in protest at Russia's military presence in Ukraine. But French athletes will compete.
French President François Hollande took a step back from threats of sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis,