Surprisingly, Ukraine has almost vanished from the main French newspaper headlines on Wednesday.
French MPs on Monday started debating a bill to oblige French multinationals to take for environmental and social policies in factories they own in developing countries.
As the race to be the next mayor of Paris hots up, the two main candidates, both women, are pushing some eyecatching projects for the City of Lights.
There is anger among some members of France’s ruling coalition parties following the news that the government is to shelve plans for a new Family Law until, at the earliest, 2015.
French MPs and senators will soon have to choose between being lawmakers and their other positions after voting through a new law which will ban them from holding more than one elected office at ...
The sight of protestors jeering at President François Hollande during the solemn Armistice Day Commemorations has stirred talk in France that the activities of various groups with different ...
On a visit to Marseille on Friday French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault announced three billion euros of aid to France's second-biggest city, which is racked by rising crime and high ...
France's Socialist government has back-pedalled on its plans to up taxes on popular small saving plans, aimed at digging the country out of its budget deficit.
France's professional football clubs are to cancel matches on the last weekend of November in protest at the government's 75 per
The "Leonarda affair" is still very much alive on the front pages this morning.