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French Dictionary and Translation Tool
From the U.S. Department of State
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French Language Newspapers
Weekly French news magazine.
Second-largest national newspaper in France; daily, conservative, published in Paris.
Le Journal de Montreal
Canada's largest tabloid newspaper; Quebec-nationalist perspective; local and provincial news, sports , arts, and justice; published in Montreal.
Swiss daily newspaper published in Lausanne.
Leading French evening daily newspaper; Centrist point of view, published in Paris.
Daily newspaper with local news of Paris, popular culture, and national and international news; second-largest regional paper in France.
Leading French-language daily newspaper in Canada with a perspective of Quebec federalism; published in Montreal.
Popular daily evening newspaper in Belgium; liberal, published in Brussels.