Models, presidents, kings, actresses and bishops gather for memorial service in South Africa
A private security firm has presented evidence of hacking to the FBI but has not linked the attacks to the Chinese government
The bitterly contested bill to criminalise prostitutes’ clients is heading for legislative limbo
Mainstream groups concerned that National Front could gain more regional council seats
Cecilia Attias says that she left Nicolas Sarkozy shortly after his election in 2007 'because he had sort of forgotten me'
In an apparent swipe at Uefa president Michel Platini, Blatter admits that 'direct political influences' were applied due to economic links with Qatar
Far-right party benefits from fatal shooting of armed robber and former PM’s comments
Government accused of hitching itself to an American ‘adventure’ without UN backing
Ex-Prime Minister battles with former ally for leadership of the UMP
French investigating judges plan to seize hundreds of millions of euros worth of assets and bank accounts belonging to the business tycoon Bernard Tapie.
Former French President’s failed campaign saddled UMP with huge debts
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy returns to the political stage on Monday to appeal for support for his debt-ridden party, as a poll suggests that three out of five French people are opposed to him running for office.
Former president stands accused of de-frauding the L’Oréal heiress to finance his 2007 election campaign
France today abandoned ambitious plans which would almost have doubled its network of high speed railway lines over the next two decades.
Lebanese businessman Ziad Takieddine has confessed to having paid illegal kick-backs to fund the presidential campaign of former French prime minister Edouard Balladur.
The French business tycoon, Bernard Tapie, 70, has been arrested for questioning about an alleged conspiracy with former President Nicolas Sarkozy to “defraud” the French state.