Uncertainty over the economy and tourism amid the coronavirus pandemic has forced Lyon's International City of Gastronomy to close its doors.
Nicolas Abdelkader's series is called "The Urgency to Slow Down" and considers how vehicles could be greener.
Authorities revealed they have paid €1.7 million in fraudulent claims but prevented the payment of more than €6 million.
The French President had initially suggested a modern architectural touch could be added to the edifice but ruled that the spire's reconstruction should be faithful to the 19th century design.
The Green Party won several big cities in France's recent municipal elections but it remains to be seen if the party is able to continue that success nationally.
Activists mounted a crane at the world-famous landmark, which is being renovated for fire damage, to hang banners protesting the French government's climate policies.
Five new clusters were identified on Tuesday, according to the National Health Agency, Santé Publique France, bringing the total number under investigation to 68.
What can be expected from Emmanuel Macron's newly reshuffled government amid the COVID-19 crisis and ahead of the 2022 presidential race?
Public prosecutors say the driver was a victim "of extreme violence" when he asked to check the ticket of one of suspect and demanded that three others wear facemasks.
After months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Louvre has reopened, giving art-lovers the chance to once again take in some of the world’s most famous works of art.
Smart Regions takes a look at a European project that's providing vital medical and social support to the sick and isolated in Italy’s Aosta and France’s Tarentaise mountain regions.
Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday a "new path" was necessary as his LREM party was dealt a blow during local elections last month.
Latin America takes centre stage this year at the La Gacilly Photo Festival in Western France, featuring works from Sebastião Salgado.
As Fabrice Amedeo races through uncharted waters, he’ll also be collecting essential environmental information.
Thousands marched in Paris to for pride. They also protested police violence and demanded more political actions to support marginalised communities.
Edouard Philippe said he "took note" and will provide authorities will all the information necessary. France's health minister and former health minister are being investigated too.
Six people and three companies have gone on trial in France, accused of exploiting migrants to harvest grapes for major winemakers in the Champagne region in 2018.
Macron has named Jean Castex as France's new prime minister, replacing Edouard Philippe, whose government resigned on Friday.
France's flagship airline has announced it will be cutting 7,500 jobs due to the coronavirus crisis.
Castex is the mayor of Prades, a town in the Pyrenees, and has been overseeing the exit from France's coronavirus lockdown.
A Dutch electric bike company has had an ad banned for its negative portrayal of the car industry.
Agnès Buzyn was health minister in France until mid-February and faced criticism over the government's coronavirus response.
The protest at the Finance Ministry comes a day after the French president, Emmanuel Macron, announced €15 billion in measures to combat the climate crisis.
The closure of the plant on the border with Germany is part of a policy shift to reduce France's dependence on nuclear power.
A low turnout and a more nuanced nationwide picture mean the political outlook remains uncertain.
The scandal involving his wife Penelope demolished his 2017 presidential bid.