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Euronews' Road Trip Europe has crossed a second border- from Spain to France, where the road trip team will be listening to more of your voices.
Turnout declines for 20th round of 'yellow vests' protests in France
Grande dame of French cinema Agnes Varda dies at 90
Operator says customs forms would be filled in advance, meaning additional disruption would be minimal.
Mobile phones shaped like the cartoon cat Garfield have been washing up on a stretch of French coastline for over 30 years, much to the bemusement of locals.
Germany's government is in a deadlock over extending a ban on arms exports to Saudi Arabia that is set to expire this week.
A new campaign states that French people should drink no more than two glasses of alcohol per day and not every day.
Three members of Macron's government announced their resignation on Wednesday ahead of European and regional elections.
Industrial action by French customs officials — over Brexit — is expected to continue until at least Wednesday, April 3.
France has repatriated the toddler daughter of an IS bride who's been jailed for life in Iraq.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered on Place du Trocadero square near the Eiffel Tower on Monday (March 25) to protest the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Paris.
Watch MEPs debate trade negotiations between Italy and China on Monday night's episode of Raw Politics.
Euronews' Lillo Montalto talks to people in the towns and villages affected by plans to build the high speed rail route connection France and Italy.
Robert was sponsored to the tune of €5,000. The Archbishop of Paris is on a drive to raise more than €100million to save Notre-Dame's crumbling gargoyles and gothic arches.
The French leader has been vocal about wanting to change the bloc's strategy when it comes to China-EU relations.
Nice's public prosecutor said on Friday that an injured 'gilets jaunes' protester had "indeed been pushed by police" at last weekend's protest.
It comes after violent scenes on the landmark Parisien boulevard last Saturday that saw demonstrators torch Le Fouquet restaurant.
A French music duo is travelling from France to the Caucasus in a Lada to learn more about the musical traditions of the region.
High-speed rail operator granted a licence to run services in France.
"It's a country that's closed and forbidden, everybody dreams of going there. Everyone wants to see what's forbidden and what's closed."