A French court has handed Saudi Princess Hassa bint Salman a 10-month suspended sentence over the abuse and kidnap of a Parisien plumber.
Subway workers are protesting against the president's plan to overhaul France's pension system.
A new study has found institutional racism in the EU affects all parts of the criminal justice system, from reporting the crime to sentencing.
France's finance minister says the Libra cryptocurrency could damage "monetary sovreignty".
French prosecutors have launched an appeal for potential victims of late financier Jeffrey Epstein to come forward after investigating three alleged victims.
France's National Assembly leader put under investigation in graft probe
The activists took the portraits from town halls and carried them upside down at an anti-G7 march. Protesters removed 125 portraits of Macron to match the 125 days it took France to overtake its carbon footprint this year.
A Frenchman who died of a cardiac arrest during sex while on a business trip was the victim of a workplace accident ruled a French court.
Crash-strapped French low-cost airline Aigle Azur has received 14 takeover offers. Meanwhile, about 13,000 people remain stranded.
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said the website would be launched sometime in October.
Visitors flock to Normandy each year to see for themselves the D-Day landing beaches and Bayeux tapestry. We mixed history with the high life.
Macron apologizes to Albania after wrong national anthem played at football match
A total of 1,435 people passed away during the heatwaves including 567 during the first wave in late June-early July and 868 during the second wave in late July, Agnès Buzyn told France Info and France Inter radio stations.
French judges have dropped charges against Air France and Airbus over a mid-Atlantic plane crash in 2009 that killed all 228 people on board, blaming the pilots for losing control of the plane.
Critics claim they're a real menace to society and an eyesore as they're often carelessly parked or end up being abandoned.
Maurice the rooster can continue his dawn crowing despite complaints from neighbours, in a case the French media has cast as a battle between the old rural way of life and modern values creeping in from the city.
Watch: 75 years on, Lyon celebrates its liberation from Nazis
Protestors gathered to commemorate the 100 victims, with the 101st being announced two days later.
People write the names of women on placards during a demonstration called by the "Nous Toutes" feminist organisation to denounce the 100th feminicide of the year, on September 1, 2019 in Paris.
The flags must be displayed along with the national motto “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” and the words of the national anthem “La Marseillaise”.
The CCC is a unique challenge that, since its inception as the 'little sister' of the UTMB race, has grown to become one the world's most prestigious ultratrails.
The World Aerobatic Championships provided entertainment at Chateauroux, France, as home pilot Louis Vanel won the men's event with a wonderful display of stunts.
Thousands of fans flooded the streets of Annecy to watch the first edition of the Martin Fourcade Nordic Festival. The five-times Olympic champion proved too strong for his opponents yet again while Lisa Vitozzi reigned supreme in the women's event.
Lyon stabbing suspect charged for 'murder' and 'attempted murder'
Donning high heels and standing on elevated platforms at a dimly lit club, humanoid robots moved their hips as they pole danced in front of their majority male audience at Nantes' SC-Club
French legend Cantona quoted from Shakespeare's King Lear in speech that left soccer stars in the audience visibly baffled.