France coach Didier Deschamps has leapt to the defence of his World Cup “leader” Paul Pogba, describing him as a team player who has been misunderstood by some fans and the media.
Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante celebrated Saturday’s victory over Cardiff by accepting an invitation to play Fifa and watch Match of the Day over a curry at the house of an Arsenal fan he had just met.
President Emmanuel Macron has admitted the French military carried out torture as he accepted the state’s responsibility for the death of a dissident mathematician in Algeria in 1957.
Royal Navy warships should intervene to help British fishermen in the “scallop wars”, a Tory MP has said.
France match-winner Olivier Giroud admits he was aware he was about to be substituted before he scored his landmark goal in the 2-1 Nations League victory over Holland.
France striker Olivier Giroud ended his 10-match goalless run with the winner as the world champions’ return to Paris for the first time since their summer success in Russia ended in a 2-1 victory over Holland.
Thousands of people have joined a march and rally in Paris as part of an international mobilisation to show popular support for urgent measures to combat climate change.
France boss Didier Deschamps wants his team to be sharper when they play Holland in the Nations League on Sunday.
British and French fishermen have failed to finalise a deal to end the scallop wars in the English Channel.
Paul Pogba admitted there will “always be talk” about his future at Manchester United, but said it is not him doing the talking.
France coach Didier Deschamps admitted that Germany finished the stronger side in the European heavyweights’ eagerly awaited Nations League opener in Munich on Thursday night.
Germany and France played out a 0-0 draw at the Allianz Arena in Munich as the winners of the last two World Cups respectfully cancelled out each other’s strengths and weaknesses.
Germany head coach Joachim Low has admitted France will be favourites when the two giants of European football meet in Munich on Thursday for the first game of UEFA’s new Nations League tournament.
British and French fisherman have celebrated progress made in negotiations to end the scallop wars in the English Channel.
Securing a new agreement to end the scallop wars in the English Channel would be “the right outcome”, Fisheries Minister George Eustice said.
French children returning to school after their summer holidays will have to do so without their mobile phones.
Rape and sexual assault accusations against actor Gerard Depardieu are being investigated by authorities in France.
The FTSE 100 ended in negative territory on Thursday, dented by a resurgent pound and dragged down by the likes of Vodafone and Smurfit Kappa.
Theresa May has signalled Britain will stand firm on its Brexit demands in talks with the EU, as the Prime Minister insisted both sides would benefit.
France has signalled it is ready to cut a close post-Brexit EU deal with the UK, according to reports.
Sterling received a much needed boost on Wednesday following comments from Michel Barnier suggesting that the European Union is ready to offer the UK a bespoke Brexit deal.
An increasingly bitter row between French and British fishermen over the harvesting of scallops in the English Channel has been rumbling on for years.
French fishermen hurled flares and rocks at a north-east trawler as a bitter dispute over shellfish turned violent.
French fishermen have been accused of endangering the lives of British mariners after an extraordinary clash over scallops in the English Channel.
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a new push for a European defence project, saying the continent’s security should not rely so much on the United States.
Hundreds of volunteers from 18 countries have gathered in the north-eastern French town of Verdun to keep alive the memory of those who fought under appalling conditions in the First World War.
A man flagged by French authorities as a suspected radical has killed his mother and sister and seriously injured another woman in a knife attack that was quickly claimed by Islamic State.
The FTSE 100 bounced back on Thursday as fears over Turkey’s currency crisis and slowing growth in China eased.
A French judge on Saturday handed preliminary charges to two Germans whose group ran an unauthorised campsite in southern France which was inundated by flash floods, forcing the emergency evacuation of 119 children.
French police detained two officials from a German association that operates a campsite in France where flooding danger prompted evacuations and a man was reported missing, a local prosecutor said Friday.