The popularity of French President Emmanuel Macron has hit its lowest level since the start of his term, with just 29 percent of respondents satisfied with his leadership.
French hotel and restaurant owners are lobbying the government to regularise more illegal migrants in order to fill 100,000 jobs for which they have found no French takers.
France's Constitutional Court ruled Friday that people could not be charged for helping migrants who entered the country illegally.
Russia's state media regulator Roskomnadzor on Friday accused television channel France 24 of violating Russian media laws, after Paris issued a warning to the French arm of Moscow's…
Just two days before a mini summit on immigration in Brussels, Italy's three-week-old populist government is digging its heels in on campaign promises to stop the influx of migrants.
Three foreigners are being tried in southern France in the latest in a series of trials involving activists trying to help migrants on the move through Europe.
A group of black and mixed race actresses published a book pillorying the prejudice they have suffered at the hands of the French film industry.
Nearly 200 anarchist protesters were arrested after May Day riots in central Paris, where hooded youths torched a McDonald's restaurant and several vehicles.
France's highest administrative court has upheld a decision to deny a French passport to an Algerian Muslim who refused to shake hands with officials during her citizenship ceremony.
An Azerbaijani claiming to be an exiled journalist in France was seriously wounded and his wife was killed on Friday in a gun attack near the southern city of Toulouse.
A gunman claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group killed three people in a shooting spree and supermarket hostage siege in southwest France.
French prosecutors charged far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Thursday for posting on Twitter gruesome images of purported atrocities by Islamic State jihadists.
More than one in ten French women have been raped at least once, according to a study on sexual violence, published on Friday.
French authorities said on Friday they intend to seal off extremists within prisons and open new centres to reintegrate returning jihadists into society.
At least 3,000 people sleep rough on the streets of Paris, according to figures from the city's first ever homelessness census.
French President Emmanuel Macron faces a difficult week as lawmakers weigh up a controversial bill that toughens France's stance on migrants.
Thousands of Kurds marched through the French city of Strasbourg calling for release of jailed PKK founder Abdullah Ocalan and protesting against Turkey's military offensive in Syria.
The French presidency has asked reporters to leave the press room inside the Elysee Palace and move down the street, in a move criticized by the media.