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France 'should do more' to enforce corporate lobbying rules, says EU
The European Commission has recommended that France better enforce lobbying rules in its latest rule of law report.
French prime minister survives no-confidence vote in parliament
Only 146 MPs in France's National Assembly voted in favour of the motion of no-confidence.
France could cut electricity to some companies over energy disruptions
"Let's prepare for a total cut-off of Russian gas. This is now the most likely option," France's economy minister Bruno Le Maire said on Sunday.
Divided French parliament gives new PM tough time during first address
Elisabeth Borne, who helms France's new minority government, had her 90 minutes of speech interrupted by MPs who shouted back, banged on tribunes and even booed.
France repatriates 51 women and children from camps in Syria
France has repatriated 35 children and 16 mothers who were detained in Syrian camps.
Paris attacks trial: Will Salah Abdeslam ever be released from prison?
Social media users had expressed concern that Salah Abdeslam could be released after 30 years due to a provision claiming this is an option. But is it possible to ask for parole during the incompressible life sentence?
Analysis: France's legislative elections come as blow to Macron
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges breaks down why France's legislative election results came as a blow to Macron.
Is Macron's influence in the EU weakened following Sunday's elections?
The newly re-elected French president failed to hold on to his absolute majority in the National Assembly.
Analysis: A quick look at France's legislative elections
Euronews correspondent Anelise Borges breaks down why the French legislative elections this weekend are so important.
France elections: Why does the left-wing alliance want a recount?
Candidates from NUPES have accused the French Interior Ministry of manipulating the first-round results.
Iberian Peninsula seeks to become renewables supplier
For Spain and Portugal, the EU plan to reduce its dependency on Russian fossil fuels may be a historical opportunity.
'Biggest Portuguese party in Europe' returns to France after two-year hiatus
The Festa de Pontault-Combault is returning for its 46th incarnation and is expected to attract around 30,000 revellers on Saturday and Sunday.
French diplomats strike over Macron's foreign service overhaul
French diplomats have gone on strike Thursday, angered by a planned reform of the country's foreign service by President Macron.
Mixed fortunes as three European economies reveal post-Ukraine invasion GDP
It's good news for some and bad for others as France, Italy and Switzerland published GDP growth figures today.
Reviving the timber industry in the French Alps
With its spruce, larch and cedar, the Alps region is one of the most wooded in France. Fourteen years ago, the local timber sector decided to pull together and face up to more competitive offers from forests in Germany and Austria, the Nordics and Eastern Europe. A new label was born.
What do we know about Macron's idea for a two-tier Europe?
Critics say Macron's plan is just an attempt to appease non-EU countries waiting in the wings, some of whom have been in the candidacy queue for years now.
Tourism in France surges after pandemic
Paris and the south of France welcomed 20% more tourists over the Easter weekend compared to 2019, despite the Ukraine war and lockdowns in Asia.
Euronews Debates: What does Macron's second term mean for Europe?
Five Members of the European Parliament shared their views and expectations about the newly re-elected French president.
False claims of election fraud spread in France after 'computer error'
Social media users have falsely claimed that the second-round vote was marred by "fraud".
'Significant win' for Brussels as France, Slovenia back pro-EU leaders
There were congratulatory messages across the EU27 as French voters backed Macron over Le Pen, and people in Slovenia preferred liberal newcomer Robert Golob to populist PM Janez Janša.
What are the urgent challenges facing Macron in his second term?
Emmanuel Macron is toasting being re-elected as France's president. But when reality bites, the challenges are already piling up.
The online misinformation spreading ahead of France's election runoff
False rumours about Russian sanctions, the 'Yellow Vest' protests and climate change policies have gone viral.
Macron and Le Pen battle for two visions of France's role in Europe
The far-right leader has moderated her Eurosceptic views recently, but her ideas on the EU remain broadly the same.
France election: Who's who in the race to unseat Macron?
Your guide to some of the leading candidates to be France's next president.
Brussels favours Macron in second round of voting, says expert
The French president will face far-right candidate Marine Le Pen on April 24.
The online misinformation ahead of 2022 French presidential election
False rumours of electronic vote-rigging have been shared online in recent weeks