News stops: Prosecutor provides latest on Alps shooting
HERE is a look at the day's news headlines from France.
Full horror of Alps mystery killing emerges
Three of the four people killed in a mystery shooting in the French Alps were shot in the head in what the prosecutor in charge of the case Thursday called an act of "extreme savagery."
France shooting: 'He had no enemies. He's no Tinker Sailor Soldier Spy'
Neighbours of Saad Al Hilli, the British tourist shot dead on a camping holiday in the Alps alongside his wife and step-mother, have insisted the Surrey engineer had no enemies.
P&O Ferries reviews business as EU woes deepen
P&O Ferries has launched a major review of the business in the face of "tough conditions" due to the deepening economic crisis in Europe.
Student housing in France
The second annual Student Housing Forum opened in Paris on Wednesday, offering nine days of tips for finding a room in a residence or an apartment.
Climbers tackle the Gouffre Berger limestone cave in south-eastern France
Once thought to be the deepest cave in the world at 3,680-feet deep (about two-thirds of a mile), it is now ranked the 28th deepest cave in the world.