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Paris FC and Lyon kicked out of French Cup over fan violence
The cup match between Paris FC and Lyon was abandoned at half time after violence between the two sets of fans broke out.
Air pollution in Europe: These are the worst-hit cities to live in
According to a study by the company Airly, fine particle pollution is particularly high in the cities of the Balkans and Central Europe.
Miniature art goes big in Paris with 'Small is Beautiful' exhibition
Fans of the mini phenomenon can immerse themselves in the most unlikely objects, bringing their childhood imaginations back to life.
Paris Opera - attracting a younger audience
The new Music Director of the Paris Opera is aiming to attract a younger audience to opera with a little help from accessible tickets and wicked plots
'Barbarism' and war poetry: Inside Anselm Kiefer's Paris installations
A new exhibition created by the German painter and sculptor at the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris, depicts the war poems of Paul Celan, through immersive, giant installations.
The 2024 Paris Olympics opening ceremony will take place on the Seine
Tony Estanguet, Paris 2024 Organising Committee President and former athlete, revealed the ambitious scope of the city's plans to make this ceremony one to remember.
Sonic Art: Visit the gallery that puts sound at the centre of creation
Meet the curators of a gallery in which there is nothing to see, but a lot to hear.
Green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' star of Steve McCurry exhibition in Paris
Inside a new retrospective exhibition of Steve McCurry's most beautiful photographs as it opens at the Musée Maillol in Paris.
Paris' 'Banquet': A festive marriage between science and gastronomy
The Cité des Sciences et de L’Industrie museum takes you on an interactive journey exploring our relationship with food and how it is made.
Artist Josephine Baker honoured at France's Pantheon
The voice of Josephine Baker resonated on Tuesday through streets of Paris' famed Left Bank as recordings from her extraordinary career kicked off an elaborate ceremony at the domed Pantheon monument, where she was symbolically inducted
Christmas comes to the Champs Elysées as French pop star lights Paris
The world-famous boulevard's Christmas lights were switched on by French pop star Clara Luciani, the godmother of this 2021 edition.
Protesters demand more is done to stop violence against French women
Tens of thousands of people marched on Saturday through Paris and other cities urging the government to do more to prevent violence against women.
Rare Serge Gainsbourg painting worth €30,000 to be auctioned in Paris
The painting – previously owned by the late singer Juliette Greco – is the star of an auction consisting of 750 items.
At Paris airport, security officers protest against wage cuts
Several hundred security guards protest outside Terminal 2E at Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport near Paris, against changes in the allocation of an end-of-year bonus, equivalent to a thirteenth month's salary.
Treasures of Sheikh Al Thani welcomed in Paris
From November 18, and for the next 20 years, Paris's Hotel de la Marine will host 120 objects from the Al Thani collection - masterpieces of Islamic art.
Libyan conference in Paris pledges support for elections in December
It's a vote many world powers hope will pull the oil-rich North African state out of a decade long era of conflict and political instability.
Paris Photo Fair welcomes visitors in French capital and online
Learn about the highlights of this year's event and how to see more without leaving the comfort of your home.
Life sentence for anti-semitic murder of Mireille Knoll, 85, in Paris
Yacine Mihoub will spend a minimum of 22 years behind bars for the murder of Mireille Knoll, in a case that sparked outcry over anti-semitism in France.
French footballer Aminata Diallo arrested after attack on teammates
'Paris Saint-Germain condemns in the strongest possible terms the violence committed,' the French club said in a statement.
Paris department store La Samaritaine kicks off holiday season
The Parisian department store La Samaritaine unveils its first Christmas displays since reopening in June after a 16-year closure.
Remote workstation crowned champion at top inventors contest in Paris
The annual contest, now in its 120th year, is the premier showcase for inventors of all kinds of everyday objects.
Mother of Bataclan attacker facing trial for 'financing terrorism'
Fatima Hajji is accused of sending money to her son and his partner while they were in Iraq and Syria between 2014 and 2015.
French police officers shoot man who had threatened them with a knife
Two French railway security officers shot and wounded a man in Paris's Gare Saint-Lazare station after he had threatened them with a knife.
Spain is planning high-speed trains between London and Paris
The national Spanish rail company Renfe is taking on Eurostar with their new line.
Rotting trees and wine distilleries: Europe's six smelliest cities
From Venetian canals to Parisian sewers - travelling across the continent can be a real assault on your senses.
World’s largest triceratops 'Big John' sells for €6.6 million in Paris
The seven-metre long skeleton was discovered in the United States in 2014 and was only expected to fetch up to €1.5 million.