White House calls on Iran-backed Hezbollah to get out of Syria as battle for Aleppo approaches
Tensions heighten after suicide of far-right historian Dominique Venner at altar of Notre Dame cathedral
Rich and powerful, including dictator's daughter and friend of President Hollande, among those named
Ex-President 'in state of incomprehension' at court's decision – but he faces up to three years' jail if guilty
Christine Lagarde's appointment was meant to bring a fragrant new era post-DSK. What went wrong?
France's first lady 'like a modern-day Marie Antoinette' as she attends haute couture shows in Paris
Europe close to agreeing first budget cut in its history. But the EU is still spending more on cows than people
PSG's new signing appears to have taken steps to ensure French taxman gets as little as possible
The UK is sending 330 military personnel to Mali to aid France's battle against jihadist militants. Why?
The majority of protesters were white, bourgeois and unable to accept that France must change
Row between Socialist government and Indian tycoon resurrects fears of widespread French nationalisation
President Hollande blamed for driving out a ‘national treasure’ with planned 75 per cent top tax rate
ECB will become single supervisor for all eurozone banks, making bailouts simpler to organise
New book claims French First Lady carried on two affairs at the same time while she was married
Defence Secretary calls it a 'red line issue' amid fears of losing US defence contracts