French police have extended the detention of a dozen suspected radical Islamists after finding bomb-making materials and weapons stashed in a garage near Paris.
October 11, 2012
Police in France killed one man and arrested 10 others in an anti-terror sweep in cities across the country Saturday.
October 7, 2012
French President Francois Hollande is injecting new urgency into talk of military intervention in Mali, at a time when West African states seek U.N. backing for such a move.
October 6, 2012
France has said Greece should be given more time to meet the terms of its international bailout, in the clearest call yet by a leading eurozone country for an easing of the stringent conditions attached to the €174bn rescue package.
CNN: September 24, 2012
France's government on Wednesday asked a health watchdog to carry out a probe, possibly leading to EU suspension of a genetically-modified corn, after a study in rats linked the grain to cancer.
AFP: September 19, 2012
After a week of deadly protests against an anti-Islam film, a French satirical magazine is fueling the debate between free expression and offensive provocation.
CNN: September 19, 2012
A French magazine has been fined for publishing topless photographs of Britain's likely future queen, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and ordered not to distribute the magazine in print or online, a French court ruled Tuesday.
CNN: September 18, 2012
France's finance minister and the IMF both indicated Thursday that Greece could be given some breathing space implementing its austerity programme, provided it pushed through promised cuts.
AFP: September 14, 2012
Greece must fully respect its promises to international lenders if it is to keep receiving support from its European partners, French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici said on Thursday.
Reuters: September 14, 2012