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French President Emmanuel Macron met trade union leaders and employers' representatives on Tuesday to discuss his plans for labour law reform, a key campaign pledge that he hopes to enact over the summer.
The Cannes film festival will hold a minute's silence on its famed red carpet on Tuesday for victims of the pop concert suicide-bombing in the British city of Manchester, organisers said.
A former French ambassador to Iraq and close adviser to ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy told a court on Tuesday he was about to declare the 390,000 euros in cash that were in his possession when he was arrested at Paris's Gare du Nord on the point of boarding a train to Belgium.
Last night's Manchester attack in which at least 22 people lost their lives dominates this morning's newspaper websites. With very little information available, the general tone is of shock and resignation.
French national railway SNCF said on Monday it was going to rent out some of its company cars at the weekend via car rental service, OuiCar.
France's general election campaign officially started on Monday with everything up for grabs after Emmanuel Macron's victory in the presidential poll and the creation of his new party, The Republic on the Move (LREM).
President Macron’s wife Brigitte played a big role in his election campaign and he’s made it clear he wants her to continue in it now he’s in office. But how official a role will it be? RFI’s Alison Hird reports.
US President Donald Trump lays into Iran. Official campaigning for the French general election begins today. Computers are remarkably intelligent in certain areas but are unlikely to enslave the human race any day soon. And the dark matter mystery deepens.
American Ed Carpenter and Takuma Sato of Japan led nine finalists for today's Indianapolis 500 pole position battle, whilst Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais suffered a fractured hip and pelvis after a fiery wreck in Saturday qualifying.
French justice officials are investigating if bribes might have helped the country win a huge submarines order from Brazil in 2008, a media report said on Saturday.
120 Beats Per Minute is a lively French film in competition about political and public indifference, which tugs at the heart strings. The title refers to the approximate tempo of House Music - popular disco music of the 1990s.
A week after Emmanuel Macron was officially sworn in as France's new President, the weeklies are still close by his side. But the stars on La Croisette in Cannes are competing for media space.
A man has been charged over his alleged involvement in the killing of a policeman on Paris's Champs-Elysees after his DNA was found on the gunman's weapon, a judicial source said on Saturday.
French President Emmanuel Macron will meet Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni in Paris ahead of next week's G7 summit in Sicily, the French leader's office said Saturday.
The more things change the more they stay the same? Or maybe not. The two sides of the coin in today's French papers.
French researchers say they had found a last-chance way for technicians to save Windows files encrypted by WannaCry, racing against a deadline as the ransomware threatens to start locking up victims' computers first infected a week ...
The French papers this morning continue their scrutiny of the government of newly elected President Emmanuel Macron.
France's new government held its first cabinet meeting under Emmaneul Macron on Thursday, with many of the ministers meeting each other for the first time. The new president Macron carried out his promise to appoint the same number of women as men - but just one woman was given a senior role.
French tycoon Bernard Tapie must repay the 404 million euros ($449 million) he received to settle his long-running dispute with the state over the sale of sports equipment maker Adidas, an appeals court ruled Thursday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and new French leader Emmanuel Macron discussed boosting poor ties between Paris and Moscow in their first phone conversation, the Kremlin said Thursday.