Terrorism charges dropped but ordeal not over yet
French interior minister says no part of the country is risk-free
Just over third of asylum seekers saw their requests accepted in 2017 and have been granted refugee status
Turkish president says foreign investors enjoy same rights as Turkish businessmen in Turkey
Erdogan and Macron to discuss cooperation in economy, trade, defense, counterterrorism
Bill to target social media platforms, especially during election periods, says French president
French foreign minister's scheduled visit to Tehran to be delayed, according to Elysee Palace
The Savoie department prefecture said 3,500 motorists spent the night in emergency shelters after the snow made the roads impassable.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will discuss bilateral ties during visit to France Friday
Merkel, Macron call on Russia to reconsider pulling out Russian officers from cease-fire monitoring body
French economy set to exceed forecasts and continue to grow in 2018, says national statistics agency
Allied within the Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF), a European Parliament group established two years ago, the parties say they plan to focus on cooperation within Europe outside EU bodies at the conference.
"France does not intend to move its embassy to a city other than Tel Aviv for now," French FM says.
Tsunami waves observed, Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says
Nearly 19 months since its establishment and six months in power, LREM holds its first congress in western city of Lyon
Two leaders will give joint news conference following meeting, according to Elysee statement
Mehdi Nemmouche suspected to be one of the captors of 4 French journalists kidnapped in Syria in June 2013
-Somber President Emmanuel Macron visits attack sites, meets victims' families, survivors
Emmanuel Macron called for vigilance towards Tehran over its ballistic missile programme and regional activities, in an interview published Wednesday by the Emirati daily Al-Ittihad.
3 students hurt; 28-year-old driver was known to police for committing minor offences, French broadcaster BFM TV reports
The protests by leftwing radicals that sparked street battles with police and a paralysing nation-wide strike ignited brief fears of revolution and spooked then-president Charles de Gaulle.