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Suspect arrested in Lyon after attack on Orthodox priest
The priest, who was shot at around 16h CET on Saturday, is in a serious condition.
Dardenne brothers honoured at forward-looking Lumière Festival
With the Cannes Film Festival unable to take place physically because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Lyon's prestigious Lumière Festival has assumed even greater significance - honouring the past but also facing the future by featuring forward-looking films. Euronews was there.
Cinema will survive COVID-19, Lumière festival director says
Lyon's 12th Lumiere festival opens this weekend with 23 feature films presented at Cannes earlier this year in the line-up.
Rethinking tourism after COVID-19
Business Planet takes a look at Europe's tourism sector, one of the hardest hit by the coronavirus restrictions, to find out what the EU is doing to help and ask how the sector moves forward.
Wendie Renard: 'My secret is respect', says OL Champions League winner
After leading Lyon to their fifth consecutive Champions League title, captain Wendie Renard spoke to Euronews' Tokunbo Salako.
Juventus hire Andrea Pirlo after Champions League fiasco
Juventus won 2-1 on Friday, but it was the French club that went to the quarter-finals.
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Europe’s cities should take lead on environmental change, says Lyon’s first Green mayor
Grégory Doucet was at the head of a green wave in France’s recent local elections, becoming mayor of the country’s third largest city. Now he says like-minded mayors in other countries should join with him to help influence policy in Brussels.
France: Hope springs from the ashes of Lyon's prized gastronomy centre
Uncertainty over the economy and tourism amid the coronavirus pandemic has forced Lyon's International City of Gastronomy to close its doors.
Video diary: how COVID-19 helped a community to feed the homeless
For homeless people, the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented threat. Maxime is one of the volunteers who shows that community has never been so important.
French care home staff lock down with residents to see out COVID-19
A care home on the outskirts of Lyon where staff and residents locked down together have had their quarantine lifted after 47 days.
Lyon among French football teams upset over league position decision
Amiens, Toulouse and Olympique Lyonnais have all protested against the decision to decide league positions on a points-per-game ratio.
'We feel useful': Meet the workers keeping Lyon going during lockdown
Most of those forced to risk their health to serve food, man cash-desks or drive buses do so for minimum wage and some don't receive state aid.
Europe’s cities fear post-lockdown congestion on transport networks
City authorities are looking at new measures to enable large urban populations to move around safely.
‘Don’t Stop Me Now’: Lyon choir sings from lockdown
Meet the France-based choir who are refusing to let confinement hold them back.
Watch: Drone footage shows stark emptiness of Lyon's lockdown
Aerial footage shows a French city devoid of life amid its coronavirus confinement.
First TGV train 'Patrick' says goodbye to the rails in France
The very first TGV was built in June 1978 and quickly reached a speed of 260km/h during tests on the SNCF network.
Sebastião Salgado: world-famous photographer's Genesis exhibition comes to Lyon
Genesis is a photographic tribute to the planet comprising more than 200 black and white photographs. It's the result of eight years work and some thirty trips around the world
Anoushka Shankar's mesmerising musical journey
Sitar-virtuoso Anoushka Shankar performs the concerto Raga-Mala, composed by her father Ravi Shankar, the most famous Indian musician of the 20th century at Lyon's Auditorium, accompanied by the Orchestre National de Lyon.
Artists shine a spotlight on climate concerns at Lyon's light festival
Parks, monuments, hills, and rivers form part of the backdrop for sound and light perfomances created by artists from all over the world.
'Magic and dreams' as Lyon's beloved Festival of Lights kicks off
Lyon's hugely popular Fête des Lumières marking the start of the Christmas season kicks off this Thursday.