The European Commission on Wednesday placed France under "reinforced surveillance", criticising its "lack of competitiveness" and high public debt.
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Tunisia embodies the hope of the Arab world, François Hollande told a ceremony to adopt the country's new constitution three years after its revolution set off the Arab Spring.
France publicly destroyed three tonnes of illegally seized ivory on Thursday to show its commitment to stopping the poaching of African elephants.
India's defence minister on Thursday ruled out any possibility of the current government agreeing to buy French-built Rafale fighter jets before this year's general election. French firm ...
France has admitted that Niger's demand for more revenue from uranium mining on its soil is legitimate.
France has hit back at US Secretary of State John Kerry's criticism of a visit by top French business bosses to Iran earlier his week.
Politicians in the US state of Maryland are trying to block a subsidiary of the French national railway network, the SNCF, from bidding for a new rail contract unless the company pays reparations ...
Kenya's on alert for al-Shebab attacks. British archbishops criticise Uganda's and Nigeria's anti-gay laws.
A Citroen DS car, riddled with bullets from the 1962 attempted assassination of Charles de Gaulle, has been despatched to Beijing as one of the star attractions in events to mark the 50th ...