Africa must set up a rapid reaction force to police its own security, French President François Hollande told a summit of African leaders in Paris on Friday.
Burglaries are on the increase in France, up by 18% over the last five years. The French Ministry of the Interior says there’s one every 90 seconds.
An engineer held hostage for 11 months by armed Islamists in Nigeria has returned to France, accompanied by Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius. The kidnapping was claimed by Ansaru, a split-off ...
Security is a concern for the editors of both centrist Le Monde and communist l'Humanité this morning, while Le Figaro is worried abotu cattle-rustling, which ...
The French suffer more from cybercrime than any other Europeans, computer security company Symantec has found. And French companies need to take urgent action to protect themselves from fraud and espionage on the internet,
Two French nationals were liberated in Niamey, Niger after being captured and held by angry residents who were taking part in the violent protests.
Today's French newspapers look at an embarassing decision to release convicted criminals because of overcrowding; tracking by Big Brother; and swimming pool hygine.
The French government has been spying on its own people, in the same way the Americans have done, according to French daily Le Monde.
Big Brother is alive and well and watching you from Washington. And the French may have to work longer.