Keyword: United States
Trade minister said option to end negotiations on proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) was 'still on the table'.
Paris worries its allies, including Germany, may not have the will to confront the militant threat head on, says The Wall Street Journal.
French are setting the record straight after Jeb Bush in Republican campaign TV debate used term ‘French work week’ to denote a slacker.
Blatter claims that French government under President Nicolas Sarkozy helped turn the vote in favour of Qatar.
Officials from Malaysia, China, Australia and France hold meeting in Paris to discuss progress of investigation into missing plane.
The New Yorker considers the reasoning behind the move by Nicolas Sarkozy's right-wing party to brand itself Les Républicains.
Two US experts argue France is only big NATO power in Europe with military capability and political will to tackle threats to Atlantic Alliance.
American Holocaust survivors who were deported to death camps by French state rail firm SNCF will get compensation from €49m fund.
The thriller starring Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman has already been seen by more than 52 million people around the world.
Muslim convert David Drugeon, 24, was a bomb-maker said to be working with al-Qaeda veterans accused of plotting attacks on the West.
US defence officials say they will ask for cost of helping France fight insurgents in Sahel region of Africa to be 'reimbursed'.
Foreign minister calls for international mobilization against militants from Islamic State group whom he described as a 'transnational danger'.
Study shows France welcomed 84.7 million foreign visitors in 2013, more than in 2012 and well ahead of the United States and Spain.
American Justice Department expected to announce a record fine of nearly $9 billion over alleged sanctions violations by France's biggest bank.
President Hollande talks with Angela Merkel amid fears that 'disproportionate' action against its biggest bank could pose risks to banking system.