Following the Swiss referendum banning minarets, the debate has spread to neighbouring France where Islam is the second biggest religion.
Ebay Inc and its French unit have been fined 1.7 million euros after it failed to stop sales of Louis Vuitton perfumes on its website in the country
A night of solidarity to send out an SOS about France’s homeless problem.
Some 30 associations organised a rally in Paris to call for urgent
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart François Fillon have sealed a raft of business deals at the Rambouillet chateau
French unemployment has lurched further into the red with more than 57,000 people joining the dole queues in October, a two percent rise on
French-Lebanese trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf has released a new album ‘Diachronism’. His music is an ecletic mix of Arab, electro and jazz music
It looks as though the French are splashing the cash in the run up to Christmas, as consumer spending has risen more sharply than expected
French-Lebanese trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf has released a new album ‘Diachronism’. His music is an eclectic mix of Arab, electro and jazz music
Belgian bank Dexia could be merged with French bank, Societe Generale.
An internet news site is reporting that the French government is looking
Football’s world governing body has again insisted that the controversial France-Ireland World Cup qualifier will not be replayed.
A special commission looking at ways to build the French economy has recommended that 35 billion euros should be spent on strategic investments
The French oil giant Total and one of its operators have been cleared of direct responsibility for a blast at a chemicals factory near France’s
The Syrian president has said the US should do more to promote peace between Syria and Israel.
Bashar al-Assad was speaking from Paris ahead of
Ariane launches might seem routine – but it’s a routine that’s been going on for 30 years. But each launch is a technological and organisational
Former French Interior Minister, Charles Pasqua, is claiming that Jacques Chirac is one of many top politicians who knew about illegal arms sales to
Shares in Euro Disney plunged by the most in nearly two years after it announced it will delay up to 45 million euros of debt repayments.
A new exhibition has opened – at The Cite de la Musique in Paris – called “We Want Miles” – in hommage to American jazz supremo Miles Davis. The
A meeting between the leaders of France and Israel appears to have given a nudge to at least one aspect of Middle East diplomacy.
The German national anthem was sung on the Champs Elysees today – just one symbol of an Armistice Day commemoration that has made history in its own
Andres is a little boy with ALD which is a form of leukodystrophy, a rare genetic disorder which can destroy the brain. Left untreated, within
Prosecutors in an oil spill case dating back ten years are to seek a maximum fine against the company Total, as the oil giant begins its appeal in a
Old style light bulbs – incandescent or filament bulbs – are disappearing from the shelves. In France, bulbs like that of more than 100 watts have
French police are on the hunt for the driver of an armoured van who reportedly made off with more than 10 million euros he was transporting.
The Great Tide took the top prize at this year’s World Festival of Underwater Pictures held in the French port of Marseille.