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France — Link
Though surrogacy remains banned in France, children born abroad will now be legally tied to their parents and will be granted birth certificates.
by La rédaction de Mediapart
French military say they informed French judicial authorities and have begun moves to suspend the troops, who are serving in Ouagadougou.
Manuel Valls took sons on official Falcon to watch Champions League final in Berlin, claiming his own presence was for official business with Fifa.
Judge ruled that giving a girl the 'name of a chocolate spread' was against her interests as it 'might lead to mockery and unpleasant remarks'.
French education ministry’s Facebook page inundated with racist comments because most children in its 'back to school' photo were black.
International — Link
Local official is furious after climber Paul Sweeny told US TV he climbed the mountain with his two young boys when an avalanche struck.
Four children and two adults died after a minibus collided head-on with a lorry near the town of Troyes in north-east France.
A couple are in custody facing an investigation for neglect after three boys aged two, five and six are believed never to have left their flat.
The French parliament will this week vote upon recognition of children kidnapped from La Réunion used to boost France's rural population.
Public health body says pregnant women and people with certain heart problems or neurological disorders are also at risk from energy drinks.
Organisers of such pageants may face a jail term of up to two years and a fine of 30,000 euros after French MPs vote for new law.
Three other children among a group aged three to eight were found unconscious in a pond by a hotel where they lived in temporary accomodation.
Économie et social — Link
Bulk of savings will come from reducing the income tax exemptions that wealthy parents can claim according to number of children they have.
A 48 year-old divorced British man is being questioned by police in Lyon on suspicion of slitting the throats of his two children.
Author and mother-of-three Pamela Druckerman stirs controversy suggesting French are better parents than Brits in 'French Children Don’t Throw Food'.