Ayrault unleashes Hurricane 35 hours. The US counts the cost of Hurricane Sandy. And could Europe face suprestorms itself?
The debate over how to get France working again dominates this morning's front pages.
What have the Catholic church and the French Socialist Party got in common?
French politics and the Socialist party Congress are underway in Toulouse, plus the raging debate about the competitiveness of the economy are attracting the most comments in today's morning ...
Former Central African Republic (CAR) prime minister Martin Ziguélé has denied reports that he was fined at a Paris airport for transporting bushmeat, mainly monkey, in his baggage.
French politics and the problems at the helm of the state are the main topical issues taken up in today’s national dailies.
The French government’s fiscal policies continue to attract harsh comments from the main publications this week.
The continuing confusion and back-tracking characterising the Socialist government’s action make President François Hollande the perfect punching bag of the papers this week.
Who can afford Orange's luxury mobile subscription? Who can't afford top-rate tax rises? Is Germany a better place to do business than France? And how is the wealth shared there?
The French debate on the European Fiscal Pact and tonight's televised debate between the front-runners in the American presidential race are the two stories dominating this morning's front pages ...