Brexit Timetable Up For Discussion At Renzi Summit
Germany, France and Italy are set to discuss strategy for U.K.'s EU exit talks.
France: Corsica Bans Burkini After Violent Clashes
Two areas on the French Riviera have also banned the Islamic swimwear.
French President Hollande Axes Ministerial Summer Break
Due to France's security situation, ministers will have to remain in Paris.
French Politicians Use Extremism as a Political Tool
The recent extremist attacks in Nice and Paris could boost support for far-right parties.
A Speedy Brexit is Francois Hollande's Last Hope
The French president wants to avoid calls for a French referendum on EU membership.
French Troops Killed in Libya After 'Helicopter Attack'
A Libyan militia has claimed it shot down a helicopter carrying French special forces on Sunday.
Hollande Fears Repression in Turkey After Failed Coup
'I can imagine that a certain number of military will have to answer for what they did or what they didn't do,' French president says.
Nice Attack: Putin Sends Condolences to 'Dear Francois'
The Russian president recorded a video message for his French counterpart Francois Hollande.
Nice Attack: What We Know So Far
At least 84 people were killed, and 50 more are in a critical condition.
Sarkozy Eyes Presidential Comeback
Former president could face Marine Le Pen and Francois Hollande in 2017 if right-leaning parties embrace his candidacy.
EU Leaders: U.K. Needs to Leave the EU Quickly
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron had hoped to delay Brexit until October.
Hollande to Lose Election Regardless of Opponent: Poll
A new poll in "Les Echos" sees the French president third in a variety of scenarios.
Transport Strikes Must Not Disrupt Euro 2016: Hollande
Public opinion turning against protesters demonstrating in opposition to labor law reforms.
Hollande Declares Natural Disaster Over Paris Floods
Waters are expected to reach nearly six meters on Friday.
Protests As France Brings in Unpopular Labor Reforms
Demonstrators said the laws will make it easier for employers to ignore workers' rights.
French Man Sues Ex-Employer for Boredom
Frédéric Desnard says his job was so tedious he became depressed and exhausted.
France's Emmanuel Macron Sparks Row Over Wealth Tax
The iconoclastic centrist is thought to be eyeing the Presidency.
Violent Protests Against Draft Labor Reform in France
At least 7 police officers were hurt and 17 arrested in demonstration that drew thousands.
Ivory Coast Attack: Four French Nationals Among 18 Dead
People from at least six countries died in the assault on Grand Bassam beach resort.
Brexit: Calais Jungle Could Reach U.K., France Warns
Emmanuel Macron said a Brexit could also result in an exodus of London's financial workers.
Ex-French President Sarkozy Under Investigation
The probe relates to the financing of Sarkozy's 2012 election campaign.
Paris Saint-Germain Record Run a Concern for Hollande
The club's 33-match unbeaten league run highlights the financial disparity in French football.
Hollande Uses India Tour to Promote French Football
The French President is seeking Indian investment to address competitive imbalance in Ligue 1.
French Minister Resigns in Counterterrorism Row
Christiane Taubira stepped down over plans to strip those convicted of terrorism of their citizenship.
Pamela Anderson Causes a Flap Over Goose Liver
The former 'Baywatch' star caused a media frenzy when she turned up to launch a bill banning force-feeding in foie gras production.
Europe's Leaders Call for Strength in the New Year
The Syrian civil war and the refugee crisis were common themes.
France's National Front Suffers Election Blow
The right-wing party, led by Marine Le Pen, failed to win control of any of the 13 contested regions.
How Putin Became Hollande's New Best Friend
The Paris attacks and the rise of the National Front are pushing the French president toward Putin.
François Hollande's Grand Coalition Hopes Run Into the Sand
"The real problem is the horrifying condition in which Muslims live in the ghettos. France is deep in the merde."
After Paris, Hollande's Popularity Soars to Highest Level in Three Years
The two polls were conducted between November 26 and November 28, just weeks after the deadly attacks.