If there’s anything the French love more than taking to the streets in protest, it’s retiring, which citizens aged 62 years and older do with gusto. But their departure from the workforce is leaving the food safety sector particularly vulnerable.
Political analyst Jérôme Sainte-Marie fears the Charlie Hebdo murders will cause racist and xenophobic attitudes to go mainstream.
French president François Hollande has announced the release of Serge Lazarevic, kidnapped three years ago in northern Mali.
There is an ongoing investigation into the alleged secret financing of Sarkozy's 2007 presidential campaign by the late Libyan dictator.
Members of the cast of "La Traviata" refused to perform unless a woman wearing a niqab was removed from the audience.
French courts have reportedly been probing since spring 2012 allegations of money laundering and corruption from the sale of 45 helicopters to Kazakhstan in 2010.
The French have unveiled a butch of side by side to the rescue of Libya’s rebels. But some cynics have suggested that Nicolas Sarkozy’s keenness to batter his former buddy has less to do with his love of world peace than with his love of winning...