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The EU is planning on holding a meeting over a tainted egg scandal, which revealed insecticide-contaminated products in 17 countries.
French police arrested a man Wednesday in the search for a driver who slammed his BMW into soldiers in a Paris suburb Wednesday.
More than 220,000 people have signed a petition against French President Emmanuel Macron's plans to create a formal first lady role for his wife, Brigitte.
Here's a question for pyromaniacs: Do they really believe it would be good for America if the Fed followed their advice? Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The United States could shortly broaden talks on a push for stronger U.N. sanctions on North Korea to include all 15 Security Council members.
Football journalist Pedro Redig de Campos discusses the record signing of Brazilian striker Neymar for 222 million euros.
Many other countries have been able to achieve accessible and affordable health care, Dan Prescher writes in International Living.
The newly-elected French president has sparked a row with Italy over the sale of a shipyard, raising questions over his pro-European credentials.
Marco Elser, head portfolio manager at Lonsin Capital, discusses business ties between France and Italy.
Societe Generale Deputy CEO Severin Cabannes discusses second-quarter earnings, adding that the business is investing in digitalization.
CNBC's Gemma Acton reports from Paris, France, on Societe Generale's strategy going forward.
Continued pain at Societe Generale's domestic retail division and a decline in the profitability of its global banking arm during the second quarter was partially mitigated.
As the German election campaign gets more robust, you will probably see euro issues moving center stage, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Corporate executives are getting caught in a waiting game of sorts for their shiny new luxury planes.
France replaced the United States as No. 1 country in a global "Soft Power" index, U.S. News reports.
French car parts maker Valeo said first-half profit rose 20 percent as demand for LED lighting and fuel-efficient engine systems helped sales to outpace global auto markets.