After more than 60 days of struggle, French workers are not willing to give up their rights.Full Story
President Emmanuel Macron said that "Political Islam" has no place in his country.Full Story
French authorities announced today the first coronavirus-related death outside Asia.
The heavily armed "Intervention Brigade" was sent to the site and at least 17 people, including 4 minors, were arrested according to a police source quoted by press agency AFP.
Rebel groups have been increasing their attacks in the vast area over the past months.
The French economy, one of the largest in the EU, has failed to meet expectations in a dramatic drop after expansion by 0.3 percent in July-September, last year.
Socialist, Communist, and Unsubmissive lawmakers agreed to avoid the approval of President Emmanuel Macron's pension reform.
Protesters demand better working conditions and their profession to be recognized as a "high-risk" trade.
The first two European cases of the Wuhan pneumonia have been confirmed in Bordeaux and Paris.
Rungis food market covers 234 hectares and generates revenues of US$10 billion a year.
Outraged citizens attempted to enter the building where the French President was attending a play.