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French carmakers have seen a 90% drop off in sales since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Authorities in the north-eastern French city fear a new outbreak of the deadly virus. The area has been badly hit by the pandemic.
A special tent is letting family members in France visit their elderly relatives after weeks of separation amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The President of Olympique Lyonnais has written to the government to ask that championships — brought to an end last month — be allowed to resume.
Marie Cau said she had not encountered discrimination in the village in the 15 years since she began her transition.
France is one of the most heavily impacted countries by the global pandemic, with more than 180,000 confirmed cases and over 28,000 deaths.
Two weeks since France began easing its strict lockdown measures, life is still very far from "normal". Browse through the photographs to see how the coronavirus pandemic is influencing life in France's biggest cities.
In this episode of Unreported Europe, Euronews' Valerie Gauriat reports on the desperate plight of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in France as the country emerges from lockdown.
The elections will take place with health and social distancing measures in place, France's Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said.
They protested to demand better working conditions and pay.
Her son had given her the ticket as a gift for Christmas. “Maybe it was the best decision of my life," he said.
For homeless people, the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented threat. Maxime is one of the volunteers who shows that community has never been so important.
Europe's fishing industry has been badly hit by the coronavirus. In this episode of Ocean Euronews' Denis Loctier meets French fisherman trying to survive the crisis and explores how Europe is supporting the battered sector.
Ocean speaks to Virginijus Sinkevičius, European Commissioner for the Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, about how Europe's fishing sector will look post-COVID-19.
Seven MPs from his LREM party defected to create a new parliamentary group they said would be "independent" and sit "neither in the majority nor in the opposition".
New Caledonia's vote on splitting from Paris, the second such poll in as many years, was scheduled for September 6.
The Council of State said the blanket ban on gatherings at places of worship is "disproportionate" and infringes on a fundamental right.
The admission came as it was revealed anti-LGBT acts in France had risen by 36% last year.
“If they are able to keep their children at home, because there is at least one parent who is not working or has not yet resumed work, they prefer to keep them," says parent association secretary general.
She has denied the allegations and said she would file a defamation claim.
The city is making changes to encourage people to embrace alternative forms of transport.
Edouard Philippe, France's prime minister, said "equal access for everyone to the vaccine is not negotiable". It came after French pharma giant Sanofi suggested the US would be first in line for any cure.
The law allows for fines of up to €1.25 million but critics say it would curtail the democratic right to freedom of expression.
They didn't lack the necessary equipment either: there were whiteboards, tables and even hand sanitiser.
Recorded cases of thefts, sexual violence and burglaries fell across France since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic but intrafamilial violence is a dark spot.
Zoos are in the midst of a crisis that will take years to recover from even if the lockdown were to end at the beginning of June, it's been claimed.