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French businessman and art patron Pierre Berge has died at the age of 86 after a long illness.
Black labrador-griffon cross Nemo has joined Macron's entourage in the role of "first dog".
It's a tricky week for French President Emmanuel Macron, as he and his government get back to work, starting with a sweeping labour reform that could spark some mass protests.
French president Emmanuel Macron has spent €26,000 on makeup in the first three months of his presidency, according to French media.
The father of the owner of the car used in Cambrils terror attack says he is innocent and only lent vehicle to his brother
A poll indicates that only 36 percent of French people are satisfied with the actions of their new president.
Since he took over from Francios Hollande, Emmanuel Macron has packed in 11 visits to seven countries and met numerous heads of state.
The most senior figure in the French armed forces, Pierre de Villiers has resigned after becoming embroiled in a public row with his president
The US president and his wife will be guests of honour for Bastille Day celebrations
Magistrates in France have placed Marine Le Pen under formal investigation.
This comes after preliminary inquiries into allegations that European
It’s rare that France and their neighbours over the English Channel both have elections in the same month.
France’s planned parliamentary poll
The French president brought some relative unknowns into his top team to replace those who had resigned amid a funding scandal
The departure of Justice Minister Francois Bayrou and others from the MoDem party comes amid a funding scandal.
Interview with President and CEO of Total, Patrick Pouyanné.
French voters are back at the polls again on Sunday just over a month since Emmanuel Macron was elected the country’s new president.
This time it’s
Why President Macron needs more than electoral good-fortune to recast his country’s economic prospects.
Only Les Républicains look set to make any dent in En Marche's overwhelming sweep to power
The President's En Marche party is expected to take 32.2% of the vote in the first round