Those confined at home with abusive partners are at increased risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
Unreported Europe hears that unemployment, corruption and frustration are fueling the rise of the right in the French city of Hénin-Beaumont.
French police have received a surge of calls since the coronavirus lockdown. And some of them are very odd indeed.
Teenager Julie A. became France's youngest patient to die after contracting COVID-19.
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced that four aid workers — three French nationals and an Iraqi — who went missing on January 20 have been freed. No word on where or who held them.
The Euronews Business Planet team looks at how companies are adapting production and strategies to get through the coronavirus outbreak
The prime minister will now need to elaborate further on what practical steps his government plans to implement to tackle this pandemic. I fear that his current restrictions are lacking any concrete steps for how he hopes to achieve them.
They claim little has been done to protect inmates or prison staff from catching coronavirus.
Each carriage will have four patients and a team of six health workers.
The mayor said the 40 benches were being removed because people were disobeying confinement rules.
Albert Uderzo, the cartoonist behind the famous French Astérix comic books, has died at the age of 92.
The celebrated saxophonist died in a hospital in Paris.
Many have talked up the antimalarial drug chloroquine and its potential for treating COVID-19. As Europe begins clinical trials of the drug, is it just hype?
The doctor was from the Oise department, one of the first French areas to be heavily hit by the virus.
Practice is scheduled every day at 11 a.m. - online.
The request for French nationality of Stanley Johnson, 79 , was revealed by his daughter Rachel in a book published last week.
French parliament declares 'state of health emergency'
After nine and a half months in detention, Iran released French researcher Roland Marchal amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Savonnerie de la Licorne has seen its shop sales increase 30% and delivery orders quadruple since Italy declared a state of emergency over coronavirus.
France's coronavirus lockdown has left the homeless in a catch-22 situation: nowhere to go, but they cannot stay in public places.
Keeping fit under the French lockdown is going to be tough" 1km or 2km is fine 'but not a 10k' authorities say
This selection of the best images from around the world shows how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting our daily lives.
Going out? Enjoying a leisurely stroll beside the seaside? You're going against France's lockdown measures
Because of the global spread of the novel coronavirus, even a virus-free France would have difficulty drawing — and keeping healthy — filmmakers, executives and press from around the world.
People fled cities in France so they could spend the #coronavirus confinement on the Atlantic coast.
Senegal's government says it can't afford to bring home its citizens studying in China.