French police took DNA samples from 527 schoolboys and male staff at a Catholic school in the west-coast city of La Rochelle on Monday in the search for a rapist who assaulted a female student ...
Not everyone is keen on Valls's plan to streamline France's adminstration. The US and EU are worried about Ukraine. A survey calls for changes in global drug policy.
This week our Webwatchers discuss the life and times of Alan Turing, the father of computer science.
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French artificial heartmaker Carmat plans to try a second implant "probably in a few weeks' time" after the death of the first recipient of its new design of artificial heart.
The recipient of an artificial heart made by the French company Carmat, has died, two and a half months after the implant operation.
From human tissue to customised jewellery, the 3D printing revolution is underway.
The government gives a boost to the fight against cancer. There's more fuss about tax. The left is in disarray over the goverment's family law. And are black holes science fiction?
The French dailies are all about the French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroën and its alliance with the French state and a Chinese investment consortium...