Internal flights could be abolished in France if the same journey can be made by train in less than 2 hours and 30 minutes.
France's health authority has recommended that adults under 55 who received a first dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine should receive a different vaccine for their second dose.
Spanish MEP Adrián Vázquez Lázara has told Euronews that Mediterranean products like olive oil should be left out of plans to introduce a mandatory food labelling system, designed to inform consumers of healthier choices.
The Saint-Bélec slab was first unearthed in Brittany in 1900 but spent the last century in the cellars of the Musée d'Archeologie Nationale in Saint Germain en Laye.
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The Stade de France stadium was on Tuesday turned into a mass vaccination centre while across the border the Spanish Prime Minister called on people to "vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate".
Lebanon is on the edge of falling into an uncertain and terrifying freefall.
The European Commission has approved a plan for France to provide up to €4 billion in aid to Air France, which has suffered from the collapse of passenger traffic due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A TV documentary accusing government ministers of dining in secret restaurants sparked fury in France as the country entered a new coronavirus lockdown.
Five women were arrested overnight in the city of Bezier in connexion with a possible terror plot, police said Sunday.
The new restrictions entered into force as France reported 5,273 patients in intensive care on Saturday, one of the highest levels recorded since April last year.
The number of migrants attempting to cross from France to the UK has soared in recent months.
Despite a strict curfew, France has recorded mounting COVID-19 infections. Emmanuel Macron is expected to address the situation tonight.
The UN mission in Mali said a French airstrike in January targeted a group "overwhelmingly composed of civilians" in violation of international law.
The French subsidiary of the Swedish furniture giant has been accused of spying on hundreds of employees, and a prosecutor has demanded a €2 million fine against the company.
Artists, musicians and many temporary or short-contract workers who depend on cultural events for a living have seen their work stopped because of COVID restrictions.
Paris has honoured Ahmad Shah Massoud with a plaque that recognises him as a hero of Afghanistan.
The Ministry for Culture said its decision is to protect traditional savoir-faire as the number of bakeries across France has significantly decreased over the past decades.