France's President Emmanuel Macron has condemned the desecration of a memorial to the Jewish children of Izieu, in eastern France, deported to Nazi camps in 1944.
Reports suggest French President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to backpedal on the issue of creating an official First Lady position for his wife in the face of opposition to the move, although the Élysée Palace rejects that characterisation.
A French teen who tried to attack soldiers guarding the Eiffel Tower is being sent back to a psychiatric hospital after he was deemed unfit to face prosecution.
A French court of appeal has handed down a four-month suspended jail term on Cédric Herrou, an olive farmer renowned for helping migrants slip into the country.
The French food critic Christian Millau, who whetted the world's appetite for nouvelle cuisine, has died aged 88, his friends said Monday.
Nearly 200,000 people have signed an online petition against the wife of French President Emmanuel Macron being given a formal position as the country’s First Lady.
A man carrying a knife was arrested as he tried to force his way into the Eiffel Tower, the company that runs the Paris landmark said Sunday.
There was joy and pain for French zookeepers Friday as their female panda gave birth to twins, but one died soon afterwards
Brazilian football star Neymar da Silva Santos Junior, who signed a 222 million euro world-record deal with Paris Saint-Germain, is being officially welcomed into the club at a press conference Friday. Watch FRANCE 24's live coverage of the event.
French President Emmanuel Macron's popularity has slumped less than three months since he took office, according to a YouGov poll published Thursday.
France's parliament on Wednesday adopted a bill allowing the government to fast-track changes to the labour code, the first major reform of Emmanuel Macron's presidency which aims to slash unemployment.
A "little Pompeii" is how French archaeologists are describing an entire ancient Roman neighbourhood uncovered on the outskirts of the southeastern city of Vienne, featuring remarkably preserved remains of luxury homes and public buildings.
France’s first and only deradicalisation centre was shut down last week prompting questions over the country’s lack of an effective strategy to handle a pressing problem that has attracted plenty of state funding but no solutions.
Rail services at Montparnasse station in the French capital are set to resume normalcy Wednesday, according to transportation authorities, following a three-day disruption due to the peak holiday season.
Rail traffic continues to be disrupted at one of Paris’s main railway stations on Tuesday, straining holidaymakers’ patience. However, authorities say they have now finally identified the source of the problem.
Ready, set, go! More than 700 classic cars cruised the streets of the French capital early on Sunday, giving tourists and Parisians alike a spectacular sight.
France's highest administrative court on Monday rejected the government's appeal against an order to provide water and sanitation facilities for hundreds of migrants sleeping rough in the northern port of Calais.
Traffic continued to be disrupted at one of Paris's main railway stations on Sunday, a day after holidaymakers found all trains heading for Brittany and the south-west had been cancelled.
After an election season plagued by scandals over fake jobs and nepotism, French MPs have approved a wide-ranging bill aimed at introducing more transparency into public life.
After an incredibly quick rise to power and two and a half months in the Élysée Palace, French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity ratings have slumped.