There was no immediate confirmation that the items found were from the plane
There has been no claim of responsibility for the crash in the Mediterranean Sea
The revolutionary free institute encourages peer-to-peer learning and has a punishing selection process
France's President says he does not want to be remembered as a leader who 'did nothing'
France is set to give all workers the “right to disconnect” from work emails as the scale of “burn-out” among employees draws government concern
France has long been immune to sex scandal, but now accusations against senior figures are coming to light
However, the country's interior minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, says the EU has made progress in efforts to combat terrorism 'largely thanks to Fench pressure'
Michel Sapin says that his actions did not involve 'sexist or aggressive intent'
The issue has resulted in increasingly angry street protests by militant unions and students
The action comes after senior Green Party politician, Denis Baupin, resigns – denying all allegations against him
Recording the sounds of his home on the island of Ushant (Eusa in Breton) off the coast of Brittany to tape – the sea dragging stones along the beach, crows calling to one another, the wind across the flat plains – Yann Tiersen has borrowed part of that wild landscape and brought it to London.
'I was pushed up against wall and one of the policemen pulled at my leg...I felt completely humiliated'
Road safety tsar admits ‘we will have to rethink the questions,’ but insists the results were not as bad as they seemed
'At this stage [of the talks] France says 'No',' Hollande told a group of politicians, potentially bringing about the end of the deal
The piece of classical music has proved a serial money-spinner for a succession of copyright owners, including the composer’s brother’s masseuse, her hairdresser husband and his second wife