A warning from France’s Danone on profitability because of declining sales in Southern Europe disappointed its investors and caused its shares to
Three years: that’s the time Carrefour’s new CEO, Georges Plassat, says he needs to turn around Europe’s largest retailer.
A realistic estimate
French President Francois Hollande’s Socialist party are celebrating after gaining an outright majority in the National Assembly.
Encouraged by the results of the first round of voting in legislative elections, France’s President François Hollande can feel confident of sealing
Football tops most lists as the most popular sport in the world today. So this week in Learning World we take a look at how the beautiful game can be
In this week’s Europe Weekly we look into the number of potential deadly products entering the EU. We report on new roaming rates for mobile phones
France’s presidential run-off was a closely fought race in the end as both candidates made gestures to a far right that came in third in the first
President Barack Obama was among the first to congragulate Francois Hollande, but what will Washington and America at large make of the man they call
The Greek crisis came back to haunt French bank Crédit Agricole on Monday in Paris. Exposure to Greek debt is not the main problem for investors
With France under new Socialist leadership, changes are to be expected in how it conducts diplomacy. France is a nuclear power and so has a permanent
In the first round of the French Presidential election there was a mixture of tactical voting and votes cast in anger. According to the pollsters
At ‘Steps’, the celebrated contemporary dance festival in Zurich, a name stood out among the top artists invited: French dancer Sylvie Guillem and
In this edition of U-talk, Elodie from France asks: “Does the strong currency policy conducted by the European Central Bank harm EU countries which
Can Alcatel-Lucent stabilise its profits? Investors are sceptical after the release of the French-American phone network equipment maker’s
Should those suffering from incurable diseases have the right to assisted suicide? At the moment this issue varies from country to country, and some
In this issue of The Network, euronews’ Chris Burns leads a discussion on extremism in Europe.
Chris Burns: “The massacre at a Jewish school in
The French utility company GDF-Suez raised its initial offer by 7% for the 30% of the British electricity provider it did not already own
Television is becoming increasingly global. The programs we see on our screens, whether documentaries or soap operas, quiz programmes or films, are
Lyon is France’s second city and birth place of the 1990s urban riots which spread across the country. The city has long been conservative and the
Eco-innovation provides 3.5 million jobs across Europe, most of them in SMEs (small and medium sized businesses) which can apply for EU financing
It could not be further removed from the streets of Toulouse.
It was on the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan that Mohamed Merah trained in
The Toulouse shootings suspect Mohamed Merah has refocused fears that there are dozens of so called ‘Lone Wolf’ terrorists in Europe.
“How is it possible that an extremist, known to the security services, can be out there without being arrested?
Our Paris correspondent Giovanni
France is always volatile during elections, and Muslim integration has been a hot topic for this one. France’s Muslim community has already been
France last year granted citizenship to 66,000 immigrants, although the figure is steadily being reduced; the government’s immigration policy is
Is there a serial killer at work, committing racist crimes? Investigations are still in the early stages, but, with electoral campaigning for