The Betty Blue star didn't hold back in revealing her past antics
The value of the collection amassed by the Aristophil group has been estimated at hundreds of millions of euros
'She flew over a ravine and made a big jump before hitting a tree'
'Amazing! Probably one of the lowest St Maarten landings I've ever seen'
Louis de Bernières is a British writer. His latest book is The Dust That Falls From Dreams
Ms Sauvage has become a symbol of the scourge of domestic violence in France since she lost her appeal against her conviction for murder in December
Initial investigations do not indicate any link to terrorism, police sources said
Unusually for an official visit by another head of state, Mr Rouhani – the first Iranian leader to visit Paris since 1999 – was not invited to lunch or dinner at the Elysée Palace
The proposed law, put before the French parliament on Wednesday, has divided President Francois Hollande’s ruling socialist party
Prime Minister Manuel Valls says 'exceptions' to the 35-hour rule should not be seen as 'transgressions'
More than 8,000 Jews left France for Israel in 2015 – a rate far higher than anywhere else in Europe
The image links to a video showing French police firing water cannon at refugee families
1. Which Florentine queen of France was known as 'the Maggot from Italy's tomb'?
The woman was taken to hospital in a 'serious condition'
The emergency measures were initially established on the evening of the 13 November Paris attacks and were expected to last 12 days in total
Demalvilain became an official member of F2, which provided vital information to the allies from the German invasion of France in June 1940 until after the D-Day landings four years later