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Marvel Avengers campus opens at Disneyland Paris to fans' delight
Europe's first ever Marvel themed universe opened to the public at Disneyland Paris on Wednesday (20 July 2022).
Fifteen children injured in France horse stampede
Health officials say some of the children suffered fractured bones and "facial trauma", after being trampled on by the horses.
Wildfires in France: the famous 'Dune du Pilat' in the grip of flames
The fire has reached the forest of the famous "Dune du Pilat", as France is struggling with a heatwave, and is now threatening homes.
France's evacuated residents help firefighters at crisis centre
Residents evacuated due to raging wildfires in France are now volunteering at a crisis centre.
Macron and UAE leader discuss Russian gas alternatives
French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting the leader of the United Arab Emirates on Monday to ensure energy supplies from the oil-rich Gulf country as Europe prepares for the possibility of a total cut-off from Russian natural gas.
Firefighters battle forest fire in France's southwestern Gironde region
In France's southwestern Gironde, firefighters are fighting to control two forest blazes that have devoured nearly 11,000 hectares (27,000 acres) of vegetation.
Workers clean up Paris canal, retrieve bikes and flat-screen TV
Crews retrieve bikes, a flat-screen TV and a baby stroller from Paris’ Bassin de La Villette waterway during a cleaning operation.
France remembers its horror of sending 13,000 Jews to Nazi death camps
Eight decades later, France is honouring the victims of two terrifying days in July 1942 with a week of ceremonies surrounding the Vel d’Hiv police roundup.
French House Party: What happens at this exclusive writing retreat?
"I soon settled into my routine: breakfast, a leisurely dip in the outdoor pool and then on with the hard bit, the actual writing."
Japan Expo: Japanese popular culture festival returns to Paris
Two past Japan Expos in 2020 and 2021 were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
France faces raging wildfires and second heatwave of the summer
More than 1,000 firefighters have been deployed to try and contain the flames in France's Gironde region where as many as 7,000 hectares of land are believed to have been destroyed.
Should European museums return African heritage items?
As conversations about decolonisation increase, more museums are considering returning their looted African heritage, but is this the right approach?
Will France’s new government be more accepting of cryptos?
Pierre Person couldn’t change his fellow French deputies' minds on crypto. Can the new Assembly be convinced?
Military on display for Bastille Day
France celebrated its national holiday Thursday with thousands of French troops marching down the Champs-Elysees avenue alongside allies from Eastern Europe.
Ukraine plays symbolic role in France's Bastille Day parade
The war in Ukraine featured prominently in Bastille Day celebrations in France on Thursday, with thousands of French troops marching down the Champs-Elysees avenue alongside allies from Eastern Europe.
Viral video wrongly claims French supermarkets are stockpiling mustard
Conspiracists have baselessly accused the French government of artificially driving up prices amid a global shortage.
France 'should do more' to enforce corporate lobbying rules, says EU
The European Commission has recommended that France better enforce lobbying rules in its latest rule of law report.
'In Search of Lost Time': Original manuscript restored in France
Conservators at the National Library of France have spent hundreds of hours restoring 75 pages of Marcel Proust's "In search of Lost Time", published in 1913. But what is so special about this manuscript?
French errors not Liverpool fans caused UEFA final chaos, inquiry says
An official French parliamentary report finds the interior minister was wrong to blame Liverpool fans for crowd disruption before the Champions League final in Paris in May.
Captain Marvel launches Disneyland Paris' new Avengers zone
After four years of construction, Disneyland Paris now has a dedicated area for its Marvel superheroes.
Nitrates in ham and cured meats linked to cancer, French agency says
A new report from the French health agency has confirmed a link between nitrates in ham and processed meats and the development of colorectal cancer. Used as preservatives, nitrates give ham its pink colour. So is this the end of pink ham as we know it?
Salah Abdeslam will not appeal verdict in 2015 Paris attacks trial
Prosecutors and all other suspects have also not appealed, meaning last month's verdict is final.
Take a look inside a sleeper train made from refurbished old carriages
With train travel rising in popularity due to climate concerns, SNCF has taken things one step further by transforming their old carriages destined for the junkyard into new sleeper trains.
French prime minister survives no-confidence vote in parliament
Only 146 MPs in France's National Assembly voted in favour of the motion of no-confidence.
France could cut electricity to some companies over energy disruptions
"Let's prepare for a total cut-off of Russian gas. This is now the most likely option," France's economy minister Bruno Le Maire said on Sunday.
Life's a beach on the banks of the Seine in Paris
Tourists and Parisians on Sunday headed to the beach in the landlocked French capital for the second day of this year's Paris Plages. The event turns the Seine's urban riverbanks into a walkway lined with palm trees and deckchairs.