Adam Nossiter and Nicola Clark An Air Algérie jetliner with 116 people on board crashed early Thursday in a remote area of Mali near the borders with Burkina Faso and Niger, officials said.
Amy Thomson, Cornelius Rahn and Daniele Lepido Uber Technologies, the car-sharing service that's rankling cabbies across the US, is fighting its biggest protest yet from European drivers who say the smartphone application threatens their...
Rape charges against elite police officers shock France.
By Liam FitzGibbon
Sometimes too much love can be a bad thing - as Paris discovered when thousands of "locks of love" attached to a footbridge caused part of a railing to collapse.
Dean Nelson Power destroyed Francois Hollande's relationship with Valerie Trierweiler, France's former first lady has claimed, insisting the pair would still be together had her unfaithful ex-partner not become...
Henry Samuel Police authorities in the French capital "systematically" wiped tens of thousands of crimes from their books as part of a decade-long cover-up to make the capital seem safer than it was, according to...
Henry Samuel All public transport in Paris and several other French cities will be free this weekend in an attempt to reduce the number of cars on the road and improve what has been described as "dangerously"...
Rory Mulholland Paris will impose alternate driving days for motorists in an attempt to tackle a blanket of Beijing-style smog that cloaks the city.
Tourists seeking an original way to take in France's famed countryside have a new way to do it - in a helium-filled Zeppelin.
A man and a woman have been shot dead at a Paris bar by a gunman who then fled.
The bodies of two French journalists shot dead in the rebel-infested northern desert of Mali arrived home in Paris early Tuesday, as Bamako vowed to hunt down their killers.
A man shot dead by French police in a nationwide crackdown on terror suspects was linked to an attack on a Jewish store last month, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said.
Henry Samuel PARIS: Old cars, motorcycles and trucks are to be banned from Paris under a plan to cut pollution that opponents claim is "anti-social, anti-suburban and anti-motorist".
Three Kurdish women activists - including a co-founder of the militant separatist PKK - have been found dead with gunshot wounds to the head in the Kurdish Institute of Paris.
Devorah Lauter A 200 year old law forbidding women to 'dress as men' is overturned.
Herve Asquin FRANCE and Spain have united in calling for decisive eurozone action to curb crippling borrowing rates, threatening to push Madrid into seeking a full bailout.
Henry Samuel, Paris The battle to become mayor of Paris is shaping up as an all-female affair as two former colleagues of Nicolas Sarkozy tussle to lead the centre-right against the Socialist favourite, with a Green...
Henry Samuel The battle to become mayor of Paris is shaping up as an all-female affair.
A Frenchman has insisted on his innocence as he appealed his conviction for murdering an Australian student who was beaten, strangled and dumped in a car park outside Paris.