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Crews retrieve bikes, a flat-screen TV and a baby stroller from Paris’ Bassin de La Villette waterway during a cleaning operation.
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Military on display for Bastille Day
France celebrated its national holiday Thursday with thousands of French troops marching down the Champs-Elysees avenue alongside allies from Eastern Europe.
Salah Abdeslam will not appeal verdict in 2015 Paris attacks trial
Prosecutors and all other suspects have also not appealed, meaning last month's verdict is final.
Take a look inside a sleeper train made from refurbished old carriages
With train travel rising in popularity due to climate concerns, SNCF has taken things one step further by transforming their old carriages destined for the junkyard into new sleeper trains.
Life's a beach on the banks of the Seine in Paris
Tourists and Parisians on Sunday headed to the beach in the landlocked French capital for the second day of this year's Paris Plages. The event turns the Seine's urban riverbanks into a walkway lined with palm trees and deckchairs.
The European capital with the most spas might surprise you
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Paris terror attacks trial: Abdeslam given life in prison, no parole
Salah Abdeslam and 19 other men were all found guilty for their role in the 2015 attacks across the French capital, killing 180 people.
Eight men convicted of stealing Banksy artwork from Bataclan
The suspects were handed prison sentences ranging from six months suspended to two years in prison.
Parts of Europe sizzle in heat wave
A blanket of hot air stretching from the Mediterranean to the North Sea was bringing much of Western Europe its first heat wave of the summer, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Celsius on Friday from London to Paris, Madrid and Rome.
VivaTech 2022: From climate to Web3, here’s what to expect
Euronews Next will be at the annual tech event in Paris finding out the latest innovations shaking up the tech ecosystem.
Tourists in Paris disappointed by under construction atmosphere
"It's a shame": while tourists can finally come back to Paris after two years of the pandemic, many are disappointed by the numerous monuments under construction in the capital.
Kyiv City Ballet rehearses Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" in central Paris
As the dancers of the Kyiv City Ballet rehearse Tchaikovsky's 'Swan Lake' in Paris, the Russian invasion of their homeland enters its fifth month.
Champions League final policing was 'obviously a failure'
French police were accused of firing tear gas and pepper spray indiscriminately at Liverpool supporters.
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Thomas Brail is protecting trees that were planted by Napoleon Bonaparte’s government.
An environmental activist camps in a tree at the foot of the Eiffel Tower
Thomas Brail is perched on a two hundred year old plane tree at the foot of the Eiffel Tower to warn of the "ravages of industrial tree cutting".
Heavy police presence at stadium after Champions League final debacle
Police thronged the Stade de France ahead of the France v Denmark match Friday, following last week's chaos at the Champions League final.
UEFA 'sincerely' apologises for Champions League final chaos
After initially blaming the problems on the late arrival of fans and fake tickets, the European football's leading body has apologised for the 29 May events.
Former Qatari princess found dead in Spanish home
Kasia Gallanio, 46, had been staying in the Spanish resort after a bitter 10-year-long custody battle with her former husband, the 73-year-old uncle of the Emir of Qatar.
Champions League: Paris prepares for Liverpool-Real Madrid final
In Paris' northern suburb of Saint-Denis, where the Stade de France is located, residents and visitors alike are eagerly awaiting Saturday's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool.
Former Louvre director charged for art trafficking
Jean-Luc Martinez has been preliminarily charged in connection with alleged antiques trafficking during his tenure as head of the world's most famous museum.
'Another difficult year' awaits Eiffel Tower
Paris's most treasured landmark is facing a "difficult year" in 2022, despite a surge in tourism, says operator.
Security guard killed outside Qatar's embassy in Paris
A security guard working at the Qatari embassy in Paris was killed on Monday morning, with a suspect quickly arrested, according to a source close to the investigation.
Michelangelo sketch fetches record-breaking sum at Paris auction
The A4 sized drawing by the Italian Renaissance artist fetched €23 million - surpassing previous records for his works.
Champs-Elysées gets a green a makeover ahead of the 2024 Olympic Games
Work starts in just a few weeks to turn Paris’ iconic promenade into a green oasis.
Hundreds of amateur musicians rock out ahead of Paris concert
"It's one of the happiest days of my life": Betty Boin, a civil servant by day, and a drummer and guitarist in her free time, rehearses, with dozens of other amateur musicians, at the Stade de France venue on the outskirts of Paris. Saturday, she will join over 1,000 musicians on the lawn.