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Kyiv City Ballet rehearses Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" in central Paris
As the dancers of the Kyiv City Ballet rehearse Tchaikovsky's 'Swan Lake' in Paris, the Russian invasion of their homeland enters its fifth month.
Champions League final policing was 'obviously a failure'
French police were accused of firing tear gas and pepper spray indiscriminately at Liverpool supporters.
Why is this man still living in a tree under the Eiffel Tower?
Thomas Brail is protecting trees that were planted by Napoleon Bonaparte’s government.
An environmental activist camps in a tree at the foot of the Eiffel Tower
Thomas Brail is perched on a two hundred year old plane tree at the foot of the Eiffel Tower to warn of the "ravages of industrial tree cutting".
Heavy police presence at stadium after Champions League final debacle
Police thronged the Stade de France ahead of the France v Denmark match Friday, following last week's chaos at the Champions League final.
UEFA 'sincerely' apologises for Champions League final chaos
After initially blaming the problems on the late arrival of fans and fake tickets, the European football's leading body has apologised for the 29 May events.
Former Qatari princess found dead in Spanish home
Kasia Gallanio, 46, had been staying in the Spanish resort after a bitter 10-year-long custody battle with her former husband, the 73-year-old uncle of the Emir of Qatar.
Champions League: Paris prepares for Liverpool-Real Madrid final
In Paris' northern suburb of Saint-Denis, where the Stade de France is located, residents and visitors alike are eagerly awaiting Saturday's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool.
Former Louvre director charged for art trafficking
Jean-Luc Martinez has been preliminarily charged in connection with alleged antiques trafficking during his tenure as head of the world's most famous museum.
'Another difficult year' awaits Eiffel Tower
Paris's most treasured landmark is facing a "difficult year" in 2022, despite a surge in tourism, says operator.
High speed train between Paris and Berlin could open as soon as 2023
French rail operator SNCF hopes to start running the one day trip between the two capital cities as soon as December next year.
Security guard killed outside Qatar's embassy in Paris
A security guard working at the Qatari embassy in Paris was killed on Monday morning, with a suspect quickly arrested, according to a source close to the investigation.
Michelangelo sketch fetches record-breaking sum at Paris auction
The A4 sized drawing by the Italian Renaissance artist fetched €23 million - surpassing previous records for his works.
Champs-Elysées gets a green a makeover ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games
Work starts in just a few weeks to turn Paris’ iconic promenade into a green oasis.
Hundreds of amateur musicians rock out ahead of Paris concert
"It's one of the happiest days of my life": Betty Boin, a civil servant by day, and a drummer and guitarist in her free time, rehearses, with dozens of other amateur musicians, at the Stade de France venue on the outskirts of Paris. Saturday, she will join over 1,000 musicians on the lawn.
The top 7 hotels in Italy, Spain and Greece, according to Tripadvisor
This year’s award winners feature family-friendly Greek resorts, and a boutique Italian B&B in a former 15th century convent.
Chance to stay in windmill of the Moulin Rouge
Get the Parisian experience of staying inside the windmill of the 2001 movie and current Broadway hit "Moulin Rouge."
Manuscripts of pro-Nazi French author rediscovered after 78 years
'Guerre' (War) a novel written by one of France's most controversial literary figures, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, is set to arrive in bookstores on Thursday, some 78 years after its manuscript disappeared. A new exhibition in Paris aims to explore the mystery behind the rediscovered manuscripts.
Clean-up in Paris after May Day protests
A day after May Day demonstrations, dozens of shops clear broken windows and clean graffitied walls, after being vandalised by protesters.
Tourism in France surges after pandemic
Paris and the south of France welcomed 20% more tourists over the Easter weekend compared to 2019, despite the Ukraine war and lockdowns in Asia.
Here’s where Americans are travelling in Europe this summer
With US flights to these European capitals soaring next month, we take you off the beaten track in London, Dublin and Paris.
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The guitar which broke up Oasis goes up for auction in Paris
The destruction of the red Gibson guitar was a ‘cult moment’ in music history according to the auctioneer.
Pop Air, an "inflatable experience" at the Grande Halle de La Villette in Paris
Sitting on an inflatable sofa, diving into a ball pool... Inflatable art is at the heart of the immersive and playful Pop Air exhibition, presented over 5,000 m2 at the Grande Halle de La Villette in Paris.
French election: Police and students clash near Sorbonne university
"Everybody hates the police": hundreds of demonstrators clash with police in the streets around the Sorbonne University in Paris, occupied by students protesting against the second round of the presidential election which sees Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen facing off.
Art Paris 2022: exploring art and nature
The environment and ecology is the noticeable theme this year Art Paris 2022 fair. Cult's Frédéric Ponsard reports.