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Glitz and glamour finds new life at Paris Haute Couture Week
Back with a bang after two years away from the public and much media limelight, Paris Haute Couture Week returns with surprises and perfect pouts
All dressed up and nowhere to go? Who cares as long as you look great
Haute Couture - what is it and what is it good for? A look through the ages to uncover the secrets of made-to-measure clothing and its place in the modern world
These popular Marseille beaches are asking day-trippers to pre-book
A French national park is limiting its visitor numbers to make your day at the beach better for you and the environment.
PSG name Galtier as new manager after parting ways with Pochettino
Galtier's appointment comes after PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi put an end to speculation that the club had been in talks with World Cup winner Zinedine Zidane.
France repatriates 51 women and children from camps in Syria
France has repatriated 35 children and 16 mothers who were detained in Syrian camps.
French minister quits government to defend himself against rape claims
Two women have accused the former minister of sexual violence, dating back to 2010. He strongly denies the allegations.
These sea worms could be the key to keeping transplant organs 'alive'
This French biotech company is looking to develop a product to give oxygen to organs and grafts to improve transplant success rates.
Former Daft Punk member goes from electronic dance to classical
One half of Daft Punk is back but this time it's classical as Thomas Bangalter composes his first piece for a symphony orchestra
Demonstrators rally in support of abortion rights in Paris
More than 350 people rally in Paris in support of the right to abortion and its constitutionalization
French authorities 'encourage' mask use as COVID cases surge
Virus-related hospitalisations rose quickly in France over the past two weeks, with nearly 1,000 patients with COVID-19 admitted to hospital each day.
Dozens of flights cancelled in French airport strike
The country's busiest airport Charles de Gaulle is the worst hit, with 1-in-5 flights on Saturday expected to be cancelled.
Patrice Cayuela shares his Kawaï Alpagas chocolate brownie recipe
Young French pastry chef Patrice Cayuela has always been a fan of Japanese pop culture and has just published a cookbook dedicated to “Kawaï” cuisine.
The return of a rap legend: MC Solaar shines at Jazz à Vienne festival
French rap star MC Solaar speaks exclusively to Euronews as he returns to the stage at the Jazz à Vienne festival.
French authorities arrest 15 over migrant deaths near Calais
The boat wreck in November 2021 was the deadliest since migrants began trying to cross the Channel.
'You can't turn the clock back': Paris survivors react to verdicts
Survivors and relatives of the victims of the November 2015 terror attacks responded to Wednesday's guilty verdicts with a mixture of emotions, mostly relief.
Paris attacks trial: Will Salah Abdeslam ever be released from prison?
Social media users had expressed concern that Salah Abdeslam could be released after 30 years due to a provision claiming this is an option. But is it possible to ask for parole during the incompressible life sentence?
French court rejects extradition requests for 10 Italian Red Brigades
The case. which saw President Emmanuel Macron go against the so-called Mitterand doctrine, has poisoned relations between Rome and Paris for 40 years.
Paris terror attacks trial: Abdeslam given life in prison, no parole
Salah Abdeslam and 19 other men were all found guilty for their role in the 2015 attacks across the French capital, killing 180 people.
Why cinema tickets are going to be just €4 in France
First a pandemic and now a cost of living crisis: cinemas across Europe are struggling to regain their audiences. This French cinema festival wants to remind people why it's such a special place.
Eight key moments from historic trial over 2015 Paris terror attacks
Verdicts are due later on Wednesday in the trial of 20 men following the November 2015 attacks in Paris, the worst on French soil since World War II.
France proposes bill to enshrine abortion rights in constitution
The move comes after a landmark ruling in the United States which has allowed several states to ban abortion.
Is reshaping how we use our cities the key to leading happier lives?
The 15-minute city is a concept that responds to the climate emergency by ensuring that everyone can meet their essential needs within a small radius of home.
Eight men convicted of stealing Banksy artwork from Bataclan
The suspects were handed prison sentences ranging from six months suspended to two years in prison.
The French start-up revolutionising music production through deep tech
Embodme, a French deep-tech company, put on a mini concert at their booth at this year’s Vivatech, displaying their next generation music tech that has already been used by the likes of Coldplay, Flume and Jean-Michel Jarre.
This music festival has an innovative way of tackling sexual violence
The French heavy metal festival Hellfest has come up with a creative way of combating sexual and gender-based violence.
Napoleon's relatives sue far-right MP for 'rare' name change
Emmanuel Taché de la Pagerie is a member of Marine Le Pen’s far-right party and faces legal action by descendants of Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais - Napoleon's wife.