The Strasbourg shooting suspect was convicted multiple times for theft and violence and has been followed by the French intelligence services since 2015 after he showed signs of radicalisation in jail.
A French “heritage” lottery drawn on Friday has raised millions of euros that will subsidise the restoration of hundreds of French sites.
Over the years, the suburbs north of Paris have become emblematic of France’s struggle with social inequality. Yet some residents are offering a more accurate, nuanced image of the region by volunteering as local tour guides.
One week into parliamentary debates over French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposed constitutional reforms, concerns are being raised over how the amendments will blur the separation of legislative and executive powers.
Les Bleus’ run to the World Cup final has triggered vast outpourings of glee throughout France, driven by a desire to relive France’s 1998 victory.
Anina Ciuciu’s journey to contest a French Senate seat in elections next month has been nothing if not unusual.
When polls open in the second round of France’s legislative elections Sunday, some French residents overseas will be voting in a contest that’s shaping up as a political duel between Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu and France’s Emmanuel Macron.
While the agenda of the freshly elected eighth president of France’s Fifth Republic is still in flux, many key official, electoral, and diplomatic entries are already penciled into Emmanuel Macron’s calendar.
The Whirlpool factory in the northern French city of Amiens is set to close in 2018. FRANCE 24 spent 24 hours meeting workers at the plant that has turned into a metaphor for France’s manufacturing malaise and calls for “economic patriotism”.
French TV and radio host Flavie Flament has accused British photographer David Hamilton of raping her when she was 13 years old. France’s statute of limitations protects Hamilton from prosecution, and the case has revived a prickly legal debate.