The French government hopes that a successful Tour de France will prove that life goes on despite the coronavirus pandem
France’s fishermen say they will be forced to use whatever tactics they can to battle for their survival.
Protesters march in France to remember a young Black man who died in police custody as his family continue their campaign for justice.
Judgement day for Francois Fillon, as the former French prime minister faces possible jail time for corruption.
President Macron’s party faces a setback but it is a good night for the Greens after local elections in France.
The National Consultative Commission on Human Rights also says police must be better trained to handle racist disputes.
Outrage erupts across France over the way police treated a protester who is accused of throwing objects at officers.
French automaker Renault is to slash 15,000 jobs worldwide, in a bid to save billions of dollars.
Wanted for genocide. A decision is due in France on where a top suspect in the Rwandan genocide should be tried.
Government yet to decide when borders, hotels, cafes and restaurants will fully reopen as operators brace for tough season.