The far right Front National leader Marine Le Pen is accused of fiddling European parliamentary expenses.
Many of the student protesters in Paris brandished slogans against Macron and Le Pen
Ramush Haradinaj was a guerilla commander during the 1998-99 Kosovo war. He has been released with immediate effect.
The private lives of France's presidential candidates are being scrutinised in a way that would have been unimaginable decades ago.
Both French presidential candidates visit the same troubled factory - and get a very different welcome
The Council of State ordered the French state to pay 15,000 euros to the parents of a girl who left a Paris airport heading for Syria even though she was on a wanted list.
French police are said to be questioning 10 people suspected of supplying weapons to Amedy Coulibaly for his deadly attack on a Jewish deli in Paris in 2015.
A ceremony has been held in Paris to honour the police officer shot dead on the Champs Elysee last week. Mourners gathered in the courtyard of main police headquarters in the French capital.
As the losing mainstream candidates lick their wounds after the first-round of the French presidential race, their shocked parties have had to agree on what to do…
The two candidates will participate in a live televised debate on 3 May, four days before the second-round vote.
At the election night meeting held by Emmanuel Macron in Paris, many volunteers could be seen handing out information, flags and badges.
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French President Francois Hollande has called for voters to back centrist Emmanuel Macron in the run-off ballot in the presidential election.
Tensions were running high on Paris’ Bastille Square on Sunday night (April 23), at the end of a protest called by left wing militants.
Former investment banker and political novice-Emmanuel Macron will go head-to-head with far-right, _Front National_ leader-Marine Le Pen for the keys to the Élysée Palace. But how do their policy prop
For the first time since 1958, neither the Socialist nor Republican parties have a candidate in the second round of voting.
Voters rejected France's traditional political parties Sunday, opting for two populist candidates who will contest the election runoff on May 7.
It's a historic defeat for France's ruling establishment, as Socialist Benoit Hamon and conservative Francois Fillon get knocked out of the race.
A victory they’d hoped for so badly: The youthful supporters of Emmanuel Macron were thrilled to see their centrist and pro-European candidate leading the pack for France’s top…
The result is a stinging defeat for the centre-right and Socialist parties that had dominated French politics for 60 years.
Supporters of National Front leader Marine Le Pen were elated to see her qualify for the May 7 presidential run-off against centrist Emmanuel Macron.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen will go head-to-head in the second round of the French elections.
Not long after the projections for the first round of the French presidential ballot were made public, clashes broke out in Paris.