Television, the internet, video game consoles – exactly how dangerous or beneficial are they for children?
As the French broadcasting authority
France has denied that it paid for what is claimed to be stolen information on suspected tax evaders with Swiss bank accounts.
It comes after
There is a new twist in a Franco-Swiss financial controversy.
A newspaper has fresh claims about a list obtained by the French government of
On December 8, the French city of Lyon’s St Jean Cathedral is dressed in light.
It marks the start of a procession which lies at the heart of
From the 5th to the 8th of December the city of Lyon celebrates its fetes des lumieres. Sixty artists have transformed the city into a large luminous
“A taste of history in a bottle” – that is how one bidder described some of the fine wines being auctioned off by one of France’s most prestigious
Incoming EU Internal Market Commissioner Michel Barnier says Europe needs a new growth model.
The Frenchman is also calling for better regulation
Jun Merkl is the music director of ‘Orchestre National Lyon’. He knows how hard it is to make it in the world of classical music. So he is inviting
An estimated four million people have descended on the streets of Lyon in central France this weekend for the city’s annual light festival.
The central French city of Lyon has opened its annual “Festival of Light”.
Glow sticks were handed out to the thousands of onlookers ensuring
Incoming European Council President Herman Van Rompuy continues to take the pulse in halls of EU power, the latest that of French President Nicolas
After Renault’s fruitful partnership with Nissan Peugeot may become the second French carmaker to head east with the news it is in talks to buy a 30
While the French government faces pressure from Washington to send more troops to Afghanistan, it must weigh that up against strong anti-war
Born Christophe Le Friant, he kicked off his career under the name Mighty Bob then Chris the French kiss but it is as Bob Sinclar he is best known on
Only five years ago French heavy engineer and telecoms group Alstom was struggling so much it sold its energy transmission and distribution business
French group Vivendi’s great Hollywood adventure appears near its end with the news it is to sell its 20 percent share in NBC Universal to General
Following the Swiss referendum banning minarets, the debate has spread to neighbouring France where Islam is the second biggest religion.
Ebay Inc and its French unit have been fined 1.7 million euros after it failed to stop sales of Louis Vuitton perfumes on its website in the country
A night of solidarity to send out an SOS about France’s homeless problem.
Some 30 associations organised a rally in Paris to call for urgent
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart François Fillon have sealed a raft of business deals at the Rambouillet chateau
French unemployment has lurched further into the red with more than 57,000 people joining the dole queues in October, a two percent rise on
French-Lebanese trumpet player Ibrahim Maalouf has released a new album ‘Diachronism’. His music is an ecletic mix of Arab, electro and jazz music
It looks as though the French are splashing the cash in the run up to Christmas, as consumer spending has risen more sharply than expected