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Traffic jams, pollution, road rage – just a few of the disadvantages of our car-dependent society. But a group of French researchers are working on a
The severe winter weather continues to paralyse much of Europe.
Germany especially has been struggling to cope with the harsh temperatures and
Europe continues to suffer at the hands of the severe weather.
In France traffic came to a halt as snow and ice made driving treacherous.
France could start taxing Internet advertising revenue from online companies such as Google.
That proposal, has reportedly been suggested in a
The freezing weather gripping parts of Europe is showing no signs of easing, with warnings the big chill could continue through until next
One of the biggest names in French politics over the last quarter of a century, Philippe Seguin, has died at the age of 66.
The nation’s political
A gang of armed robbers has stolen several million euros from a security van in France.
Footage showed the gang blocking off the vehicle outside a
France’s government has been accused of over-reacting to the threat of Swine flu and of wasting tax payers’ money.
The criticism comes from the
Swine flu vaccines are being sold from one country to another, with France getting rid of surplus stocks bought at the height of fears about the
You might think that board games and bingo would be the order of the day.
Not so at one old people’s home near Paris where interactive video games
The French government is scrambling to save its controversial new law on carbon tax after the country’s Constitutional Court annulled it.
France’s public sector debt was at an all time record in the third quarter – 75.8 percent of gross domestic product.
The national statistics agency
One of French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s most-trumpeted greenhouse gas initiatives has gone up in smoke, being ruled unconstitutional. A tax on
The French economy grew by 0.3 percent in the third quarter of this year lifted by strong exports.
The latest data from statistics office
Despite the harsh weather conditions, migrants are still arriving at the site of the notorious Sangatte refugee camp in Calais.
French consumer spending dropped slightly in November compared with the previous month as shoppers splashed out on cars but cut back
Veolia is reportedly talking to the Italian train operator Trenitalia about cooperating on running high-speed train services in France when new
Eurostar’s wheels are turning again.
The cross-channel trains re-started a limited service today when a Eurostar train left the Gare du Nord station
Two million people were left without power for nearly two hours in south-east France after record levels of demand due to the cold weather.
Thousands of would-be Eurostar travellers will be stranded for a third day running today, with no passenger rail services in the Channel Tunnel.
2009 has been a memorable year for the EU, studded with successes and failures, subjected to global tensions and internal growing pains in equal
Eurostar rail services remain suspended as investigations continue into why six trains carrying more than 2,500 passengers broke down, five of them