Keyword: Le Monde
The weekend magazine supplement of French daily Le Monde has caused controversy after its cover published on Saturday showed a mock-up of a photo of President Emmanuel Macron and the Champs-Elysée avenue in a design perceived by some as Nazi iconography.
In his first interview since prompting the worst crisis of Emmanuel Macron's presidency, disgraced security aide Alexandre Benalla said 'my case has been used to settle scores' and accused 'politicians and police' of using him as 'weak link' with which to hurt the French president.
French budget minister Christian Eckert said 'audits have begun' on 560 people suspected of tax evasion after their identities were revealed in the so-called Panama Papers leaks of clients of Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca.
Facebook has apologised for removing a photo containing the bare breast of a woman undergoing a mammogram that was posted on a site run by French daily Le Monde fronting an article on breast cancer screening in France.
Ex-Le Monde correspondent detained for revealing that information on Srebrenica massacre was withheld from international criminal court.
Leading French titles such as L'Équipe and Le Parisien are telling readers to uninstall the software or lose access to their sites.
Michel Houellebecq called journalists 'parasites' and 'cockroaches' after newspaper published 'unauthorised' articles on his life.
Isabelle Prévost-Desprez had been accused of passing details of high-profile case to journalists in breach of judicial confidentiality laws.
As commemorations begin for 200th anniversary of Napoleon’s defeat in 1815, Le Monde tells UK of the dangers of leaving the EU.
The French daily said an attack on its Twitter account and website on Wednesday was the work of a hacker supporting the Damas regime.
In an interview with Le Monde, the French president said 'zigzagging would make our policies incomprehensible' and would produce no results.
Latest leak of tapped phone conversations appear to show that Sarkozy offered to get a judge a plum job in return for favours.
Forced resignation of paper's editor reveals the wider problems facing French newspapers as they battle to come to terms with the digital age.
Natalie Nougayrede left after majority of senior editors quit amid plan to shift staff to paper’s online operations and start tablet edition.