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France partly blames August jobless rise on terrorist attacks

France's jobless total surged in August. The labour minister said hiring in the tourism sector had suffered because of militant Islamist attacks.

France's jobless total surged in August. The labour minister said hiring in the tourism sector had suffered because of militant Islamist attacks.

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France's free flight extravaganza

Paragliders, hang gliders and parachutists were among those to feature at a free flight festival in the French Alps.

Paragliders, hang gliders and parachutists were among those to feature at a free flight festival in the French Alps.

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France's Hollande visits Calais, vowing to close 'Jungle'

President Francois Hollande has gone to Calais, vowing to completely dismantle the so-called ‘jungle’ migrant camp there before winter.

President Francois Hollande has gone to Calais, vowing to completely dismantle the so-called ‘jungle’ migrant camp there before winter.

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Pope comforts multi-faith France terror attack victims

Muslims accounted for a third of those killed in France’s July 14 terror attack and, as Pope Francis received grieving families and survivors of the Nice lorry massacre on Saturday, different religion

Muslims accounted for a third of those killed in France’s July 14 terror attack and, as Pope Francis received grieving families and survivors of the Nice lorry massacre on Saturday, different religion

Business

French court cuts damages owed by rogue trader Jerome Kerviel

A French appeals court has cut the amount of damages owed by trader Jerome Kerviel to his former employer Societe Generale to a million euros.

A French appeals court has cut the amount of damages owed by trader Jerome Kerviel to his former employer Societe Generale to a million euros.

Business

French economy slows in Q2

France's economy slowed for the first time in three years between April and June - shrinking 0.1 percent - with a dip in consumer spending being blamed.

France's economy slowed for the first time in three years between April and June - shrinking 0.1 percent - with a dip in consumer spending being blamed.

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This is not a pipe: Magritte's 'Treachery of Images' beguiles Paris

The Pompidou Centre in Paris is holding a new exhibition on Magritte, looking at how his surrealist paintings explored philosophical thought, such as the relationship between words and…

The Pompidou Centre in Paris is holding a new exhibition on Magritte, looking at how his surrealist paintings explored philosophical thought, such as the relationship between words and…

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France pledges more resources to combat terrorism

French President François Hollande has announced additional resources to support victims and combat terrorism.

French President François Hollande has announced additional resources to support victims and combat terrorism.

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Former French President in hospital with lung infection

83-year-old former head of state Jacques Chirac "will remain in hospital for the next few days" according to his son-in-law Frederic Salat-Baroux.

83-year-old former head of state Jacques Chirac "will remain in hospital for the next few days" according to his son-in-law Frederic Salat-Baroux.

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Paris police clear more than 1,500 migrants from street camp

Police in Paris have evacuated a camp holding around 1,500 migrants who have been living on the streets of the French capital for weeks.

Police in Paris have evacuated a camp holding around 1,500 migrants who have been living on the streets of the French capital for weeks.

Culture

'Divines': girl power in a Paris suburb

This week Cinema Box brings you ‘Divines’, laureate of the Golden Camera in Cannes, which rewards first feature films.

This week Cinema Box brings you ‘Divines’, laureate of the Golden Camera in Cannes, which rewards first feature films.

Sport

Castroviejo wins European time trial title

Spaniard Jonathan Castroviejo became the first ever European time trial champion on Thursday after winning the 45.

Spaniard Jonathan Castroviejo became the first ever European time trial champion on Thursday after winning the 45.

Science_technology

3D Lascaux cave comes to life

A replica of the famous prehistoric Lascaux cave in southern France has been created thanks to 3D technology, that allows for the look, feel and smell of the original to come to life.

A replica of the famous prehistoric Lascaux cave in southern France has been created thanks to 3D technology, that allows for the look, feel and smell of the original to come to life.

Business

Sanofi and Verily pair up to improve diabetes treatment

French drugmaker Sanofi and the US firm Verily are to invest around $500 million (445 million euros) in a joint venture to help people with diabetes.

French drugmaker Sanofi and the US firm Verily are to invest around $500 million (445 million euros) in a joint venture to help people with diabetes.

Culture

Film stars react to US election campaign

Euronews asks celebrities gathered in the French town of Deauville for the American Film Festival how they feel about the upcoming US election.

Euronews asks celebrities gathered in the French town of Deauville for the American Film Festival how they feel about the upcoming US election.

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Volcano erupts on La Reunion island

A volcano on La Reunion in the Indian ocean has erupted for the second time this year.

A volcano on La Reunion in the Indian ocean has erupted for the second time this year.

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Woman charged over foiled Paris terror plot

French prosecutors have charged one of four women arrested over a foiled terror attack near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

French prosecutors have charged one of four women arrested over a foiled terror attack near Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

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Foiled Paris attack suspect 'engaged' to Normandy priest killer

One of three women arrested over a foiled attack in Paris had been “promised as a bride” to two men behind attacks on police officers and a priest earlier this year, the Paris prosecutor said on Frida

One of three women arrested over a foiled attack in Paris had been “promised as a bride” to two men behind attacks on police officers and a priest earlier this year, the Paris prosecutor said on Frida

Culture

'In Bed with Victoria': French Hollywood-style comedy

Belgian actress Virginie Efira delivers an oustanding performance as Victoria Spick, a criminal lawyer who is as shrewd in the courtroom as she is a disaster in her private life.

Belgian actress Virginie Efira delivers an oustanding performance as Victoria Spick, a criminal lawyer who is as shrewd in the courtroom as she is a disaster in her private life.

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Paris attack suspect pledges allegiance to ISIL - investigators

Sources close to the inquiry say the young woman, who was arrested along with two others, is the daughter of the owner of the vehicle found packed with gas canisters near Notre Dame cathedral.

Sources close to the inquiry say the young woman, who was arrested along with two others, is the daughter of the owner of the vehicle found packed with gas canisters near Notre Dame cathedral.