The “Grégory Affair” is back in the spotlight again and causing a stir on the web.
The controversy centres on a photo of Grégory Villemin, the
Black metal musician and neo-Nazi sympathiser Kristian “Varg” Vikernes was arrested in southwestern France on Tuesday after investigators decided he
A 15-year-old girl was killed by a shark on Monday while swimming just metres from the shore of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean.
Seven people died and several dozen were injured when a regional train derailed en route from Paris to the central city of Limoges, Interior Minister
Energy giant Total has been acquitted by a Paris court of corruption charges, in connection to the United Nations oil-for-food programme in
2013 is somewhat of a special year for the Tour de France, as it celebrates both its 100th edition and its 110-year anniversary. Since its inception
Two men are suing the mayor of a French village for refusing to marry them, in the first reported legal action over same-sex marriage since it was
state of the union
In this edition of Europe Weekly, we find out why European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso left the French fuming; Marine Le Pen could face
No records were broken in this year’s air show but the final balance of the Bourget this year is still remarkable from a commercial point of view. We
At Le Bourget this year, ATR registered 173 orders worth more than three billion euros, a record for the company in a single air show.
Everyday, millions of people experience increasingly complex and intrusive security checks before they board for their flight.
Piloting an aeroplane with touch screens like a tablet? It’s possible – indeed it’s in out near future.
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There are over 3,000 accredited journalists at Le Bourget.
Their work is not easy. First, because the events, announcements of new contracts, and
Total orders at the end of day one of the Paris air-show might have topped $30bn, but sales are not restricted to manned aircraft alone.
Take a look at the air display of the Sukhoi Su-35, the Russian supermaneuverable multirole fighter. It set the audience’s pulses racing at the 50th
It’s always a great sight to see a large number of civil and miltary aircraft presented at Le Bourget. This year’s stars are the Boeing 787
I have been attending the Bourget Air Show since 1987, without exception. Over the years it has been interesting to watch the battle that takes place
Despite the economic crisis savaging Europe, the aviation industry appears in full health. The 50th edition of the Bourget Air show in Paris is
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A 380 fly in the Bourget air display.
The Paris Air Show is getting underway at Le Bourget with traditional rivals Airbus and Boeing both buoyant about new orders – and new manufacturers