International pressure mounts over Hamas killingParis says the killers of a Hamas leader in Dubai stole the identities of French citizens as pressure mounts on Israel to offer explanations over what is thought to be a murder car...
Ex-France Telecom CEO probed over 35 suicidesBetween 2008 and 2009, 35 employees at France Telecom took their own lives. On Wednesday the operator’s former CEO Didier Lombard (pictured) was placed under formal investigation f...
Self-immolation shows that France Telecom suicide saga not overAn employee of France Telecom-Orange set himself on fire in his office parking lot on Tuesday, reviving the painful memory of a string of suicides that has gripped the telecommunic...
Prosecutor's office probes suicides at France TelecomThe Paris prosecutor's office has opened an inquiry into human resources policies at France Telecom in response to formal complaints against the company after a spate of suici...
Embattled France Telecom CEO steps downStephane Richard (pictured), France Telecom’s number two, will replace CEO Didier Lombard on March 1. Lombard has been under mounting pressure for mishandling a rash of suicides th...
In The Papers
IN THE PAPERS
“University of Sarkozy”FRENCH PRESS REVIEW: Libération leads with the announcement of massive state investment to create 10 American-style leading universities in France.
'Afghan Star' a piece of freedom!In this edition, former presenter of 'Afghan Star' Daoud Sediqi is our guest. He talks to us about how his life has changed with the Afghan Pop Idol, a first encounter in...
The Week In France
THE WEEK IN FRANCE
Angry farmers take to the streets of ParisIn this Edition: angry French farmers take to the streets of Paris; the Elysee Palace tries a new charm offensive; police continue their hunt for suspected killer Jean-Pierre Treib...
Suicides at work: who is responsible?Are companies literally responsible for the lives of their employees?
France Telecom issues stress survey after rash of suicidesFrance Telecom issued a company-wide survey on stress in the workplace on Monday in response to the 25 employee suicides.
A 25th suicide at France TelecomA 48-year-old engineer working for France Telecom in Brittany hung himself on Thursday. It is the 25th case of suicide at the French telecommunication giant since February 2008.