A conference in France, which kicked off on Wednesday, aims to raise funds to combat deadly diseases and condemn them to the history books.
Australia's tough stance on immigration has helped keep down the vote for far-right political parties, the country's ambassador to France has told Euronews.
Delays at the border, problems for truck drivers, Europe's second largest port prepares for the turbulence of a No Deal.
In an interview, Christophe Castaner said there were administrative "failings" in monitoring the attacker who killed four people last week.
In the heart of Burgundy's most prestigious vineyards, security forces patrol day and night during harvest time to deter grape thieves.
France vows sanctions if US imposes tariffs on wine, cheese
French anti-terrorist unit to investigate Paris police knife attack
Thousands of police officers in France are marching in Paris for the first strike in almost two decades to call for improved working conditions.
Despite Brexit, English remains a key working language in the EU, which creates a certain amount of friction with the French speakers in Brussels.
The Elysée declared Monday a National Day of Mourning in France. A ceremony will take place at the cathedral of the Invalides and a funeral service will take place at the Church of Saint-Sulpice in Paris.
Hundreds braved the rain on Sunday to pay their respects to late French president Jacques Chirac lying in state at the Hotel des Invalides in Paris.
Climate activists staging a peaceful protest at the Louvre museum dipped their hands in treacle, referencing a partnership with Total
Single and lesbian women could soon be given access to fertility treatments but there is strong opposition from conservatives and the Catholic church.
Emmanuel Macron tweeted that the former President and Prime Minister of France "resembled us and brought us together".
He marked French politics with his snappy comments. Former French President Jacques Chirac who died on Thursday at age 86 will be remembered for his famous punchlines.
A Paris court ordered Sandra Muller to pay €15,000 in damages to a TV executive Eric Brion who she had accused of making sexually lewd remarks at a party.
A large fire broke out in the early hours of Thursday at a French factory in the northern port city of Rouen, local authorities said.
'He carried a love for France all his life,' said Emmanuel Macron.
Calais is prepared for whatever logistical shocks Brexit throws at the port, say officials.
A large fire at a French chemicals factory in the northern city of Rouen has been completely extinguished, local authorities said, adding that there were no reported deaths at this stage.
Sandra Muller slammed the verdict as "incomprehensible" and urged women to continue to speak out.
Veyrat claims the downgrade came after a Michelin inspector mistakenly thought he used English Cheddar in a cheese souffle, instead of using local cheese varieties.
A black panther that was spotted prowling rooftops in France has been stolen from a zoological park.
We look at the controversial debate raging in France about extending IVF to lesbians & single women and what the picture is elsewhere in Europe.
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said talks with the UK were in a "very sensitive and difficult phase" as he criticised the UK government's position.
Servier Laboratories, the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines (ANSM) and 21 other defendants will face 2,684 plaintiffs. They allege that Mediator, marketed as an antidiabetic drug, has cost the lives of hundreds of patients.