A baby was born in the Paris metro on Wednesday evening, transport authorities in the French capital have confirmed.
The Reina Sofia Museum opened an exhibition featuring more than 200 works from famous artists ranging from Picasso to Tinguely called "Paris, against all odds". It will remain open until April 22.
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Scapegoat found as Paris Metro brought to a halt by four-legged commuter
A topless Femen protester got within metres of the vehicle carrying US President Donald Trump as it moved through Paris, pictures show.
This is what happens when sustainability meets high-end gastronomy.
The most expensive Banksy artwrok, "Stop and Search", sold for €50,000 to a telephone bidder, an international collector, according to Artcurial
The Paris zoo of "La Menagerie" in the Jardin des Plantes gardens welcomed the birth of a Bornean orangutan named Java, the zoo's first since 2005.
An English contemporary artist, well known for his cross dressing as well as his ceramic vases, sculptures and tapestries is showing his works at his first French solo exhibition in Paris
European Council President Donald Tusk impressed everyone by cruising through the Paris on a fashionable electric scooter.
The measure is part of a plan to create some 3,000 emergency night shelter places.
The Canadian soprano excels in a role written for her.
The "muse" of several contemporary composers has once again brought a brand-new work to the stage, with Michael Jarrell's opera Bérénice" in Paris.
Chanel’s beach, Cara Delevingne comeback, Hedi Slimane at Céline: find out what to know from this season’s shows with our 7 minutes read
Chanel took the fashion set on an exotic beach getaway for its catwalk show on Tuesday (October 2), as models wearing the French couture house's trademark tweed suits and sun hats strolled barefoot along the sand, waves lapping at their feet.
Bugatti launched the ultra-exclusive "Divo" racing model with only 40 cars on sale at the price tag of €5 million each.
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France’s President Emmanuel Macron has been forced to accept the resignation of his former ally Gerard Collomb as Interior Minister - having previously rejected it only 24 hours earlier.
More than 200 classic cars and motorbikes were on display at the foot of the Champs Elysees in Paris on Sunday (September 30) to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the city's motor show.
A man has been jailed and fines after slapping a woman's bottom on a bus in Paris and making lewd remarks
The 42nd edition of the Ryder Cup takes place at Le Golf National near Paris on Friday. Here is Euronews' guide to how the biannual match between the United States and Europe works.