The French unemployment figures, Sarkozy's legal action over secret tapes and French ministers' boycott of Sochi Paralympics are all topics in today's French papers.
France's unemployment rate fell in the fourth quarter of 2013, for the first time since April 2011, according to the national statistics institute, Insee, but part of the drop is due to a change ...
A co operative set up by skilled former workers at Lejaby lingerie looks set to close as angry staff blame banks for lack of funding.
The French parliament on Monday passed a law imposing tough penalties on companies which shut down without attempting to find a buyer three months before closure.
The French economy grew more than previously estimated in 2013 ... but only just. The government admitted Friday that "more has to be done".
Politicians who've had brushes with justice, caring for the elderly, an interview with a French jihadist in Syria and naked bodies in today's papers ...
Burundi buries flood victims. South Sudan peace talks are under threat.
As Zambia struggles with high unemployment, many university graduates remain without a job after completing their studies.
Greece's economy is expected to bottom out this year. After six years of recession, unemployment is at a record high. More than 27 per cent of the population do not have a job.