National newspapers in France

Les quotidiens nationaux

  • Le Figaro

    Le Figaro is one of the most widely read newspapers in France.

  • Le Monde

    Leading French evening daily newspaper. (Kindle Edition).

  • L’Humanité

    French-language daily newspaper. The newspaper was first printed in 1904.

  • La Croix

    Roman Catholic daily newspaper published by news media company Bayard Presse.

  • Libération

    Daily newspaper published in Paris, France.

  • Le Parisien

    One of the top selling France newspapers.

  • La Tribune

    French business newspaper contains in-depth articles about economy, industry, banking, finance, stock exchange, employment, and more.

  • L’Express (weekly)

  • Le Nouvel Observateur (weekly)

  • Le Canard enchaîné

    Leading weekly newspaper published in France. The newspaper was established in 1915.

  • France Soir

    French daily newspaper covering regional politics, economy, transport, health, and more.

  • 20 minutes

    Popular free newspaper in France. Local edition of the newspaper published from Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon, Marseilles, Nantes, Paris, Strasbourg, and Toulouse.

  • Les Échos

    French economic and financial newspaper owned by owned by London based media company Pearson PLC.

  • Metro (France)

    The newspaper published by Swedish media company Modern Times Group (MTG). Metro newspapers international edition published in many countries including Australia, Brazil,Canada, Italy, and Russia.

  • L’Équipe

    French sports newspaper distributed nation wide. The newspaper covering football, tennis, golf, rugby, basketball, volleyball, cycling, racing, and more.

  • Mediapart

  • Charlie Hebdo

  • L’Opinion

  • Courrier International

  • Charente Libre

French news sites