French soldier stabbed in the neck outside Paris
The soldier was stabbed in a busy commercial district while on duty. Authorities are looking into a possible link to the recent attack on a British soldier.
France begins next stage of troop withdrawal from Mali
French troops are withdrawing four months after arriving in Mali to push Islamist rebels out of the north.
Man arrested on suspicion of eating his grandmother
A man from the French Riviera has been accused of eating part of his 95-year-old grandma.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde interrogated by prosecutors for second day
A French court is determining whether to investigate her as a suspect in a case about the misuse of public funds.
Valery Giscard d'Estaing: Former French president attacked by panda
Former French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing revealed Thursday that he was once attacked by a panda when the animal jumped on him at a zoo.
France: Lawmakers approve plan to offer more courses in English in French universities
French lawmakers approve a plan to offer more university courses in English.
Hezbollah should be labeled a terrorist group, say France, Britain, Germany
Hezbollah has been aiding Syrian forces in the country's civil war, prompting an EU motion to label them a terrorist group.
Topless Femen protestor stages mock suicide at Notre Dame (VIDEO)
Topless woman with "May fascism rest in hell" holds gun to her mouth at site of Venner suicide.
Gérard Depardieu says Chechnya not to blame for Boston marathon bombings
The actor, pictured laughing and joking with Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov, says the Tsarnaev brothers were brought up in America.
Man commits suicide at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Crowds of visitors were cleared out of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on Tuesday when a man put a letter on the monument's altar before committing suicide by shooting himself in the head.
Thousands of French households taxed over 100%
The tax shield introduced by former President Nicolas Sarkozy was removed last year and France's wealthy paid up.
France signs gay marriage into law, but divisions run deep
France's Francois Hollande signed gay marriage into law, but many French remain deeply opposed.
Cannes shooting sends stars scurrying for cover (VIDEO)
Actor Christoph Waltz among those running after man shoots starter's pistol into the air at film festival stage.
Cannes jewelry heist sees $1-million worth of bling vanish
Thieves break into hotel room, rip safe from wall to reach Chopard booty at Cannes film fest.
Francois Hollande: euro zone needs its own ‘economic government’
France's president is calling for a more closely integrated euro zone with its own full-time president and a harmonized tax system.
A quarter of gay people have been subjected to attacks or violent threats, EU poll says (VIDEO)
A quarter of gay people surveyed in an EU poll say they have been attacked or violently threatened in the past five years.
Paris man commits suicide in front of nursery school children
The man was said to be known to police and had a history of depression and marital troubles.
Depardieu stars in new DSK film
The movie portraying former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn's fall from grace has proved controversial from the start.
Egyptian militants tied to Al-Qaeda planned to attack US, French embassies: Report
An Al-Qaeda-linked terror cell is reportedly uncovered in Egypt.
Cannes Film Festival kicks off with 'Gatsby,' 'Heli'
International films to watch as they vie for the Palme d'Or.
66th Cannes Film Festival premieres with 'The Great Gatsby'
Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald's opened the prestigious festival the same day it made its European debut.
France's harsh contrast: glitzy Cannes opens, another recession sets in
Roaring '20s 'Gatsby' is set to be a Cannes showstopper, just as France sinks into a new recession. The irony surely is not lost on Mssr. Hollande.
Euro zone in longest recession ever since records began in 1995
France slips into recession, Italy's economy shrinks 0.5 percent, Greece's economy contracts 5.3 percent, and Germany limps to weak 0.1 percent growth in 2013 first quarter estimates.
Paris riots ruin Paris Saint-Germain post-game celebration (VIDEO)
Paris rioting after a winning soccer match lead to 30 injuries and 21 arrests.
Six of the world's weirdest taxes
Taxes might be one of life's only certainties, but no one ever said they couldn't be weird.
Gay Paris: not all it's cracked up to be
Divisions exposed as France prepares to say 'I do' to gay marriage.
Two now confirmed ill with novel coronavirus in France
Two hospitalized French men have been confirmed to be suffering from nCoV, in what appears to be a case of human-to-human transmission.
Europe's other potentially toxic food: salmon
Baltic Sea salmon exports have been banned since 2002 for containing dangerous levels of pollutants. Some European companies bought them anyways.
The 10 most visited countries in the world (PHOTOS)
In the global race to collect passport stamps, these countries are the most popular.
Woman eaten by vultures
A French woman was eaten by vultures after falling off a cliff.
French man killed by shark while surfing on honeymoon
The man was surfing in the Indian Ocean when he was attacked and killed by a shark as his new wife lay nearby.