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.
A Paris court is to rule later this month whether a photographer breached personal privacy rules by taking a harrowing photo of a Bataclan theatre victim.
PM Manuel Valls denounced 'monstrous' picture of beheaded man which far-right leader posted after academic likened Front National to IS.
Photo of Belgium-born Abdeslam Salah, 26, is issued as French interior minister says Paris attacks were prepared by 'individuals based in Belgium'.
Robert Ménard, mayor of Béziers, is sued by Agence France-Presse for misuse of photo in anti-migrant cover story on town hall magazine.
Faced with outcry over drowning of Syrian child, President Hollande is now urging binding quotas, a position he rejected a few months ago.
Photo signed 'I am still alive' was sent to a news agency purportedly by a man missing since the 2011 murders of his wife and four children.
People complained museum had one rule for public and one rule for ministers after Fleur Pellerin posted image of French masterpiece online.
Vogue editor Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis posted a joke-captioned photo on social media of the homeless woman reading the fashion magazine.
Nadine Morano posted picture of a veiled holidaymaker on her Facebook account describing the scene as 'an attack on our culture'.
British daily The Telegraph has published photos given to it by the person who found the lynched 16 year-old dumped in a supermarket caddy.
State-supported French press agency AFP is accused of censorship after binning a photo of president Hollande in which he ressembles a village idiot.
French military is embarassed after photo of one of its soldiers wearing 'Call of Duty' bandana last weekend near Niono in central Mali, goes viral.