Almost two-and-a-half years after the Nov. 13 terror attacks in Paris, which left 130 people dead, Netflix has teamed up with French director duo, the Naudet brothers, for a documentary depicting the “human stories” behind the tragedy.
Paris’s regional public transport operators are under fire for a publicity campaign meant to encourage passengers to report sexual harassment. Featuring predators including a bear, a shark and a wolf, they fail to depict the main culprit: men.
colette, the Paris boutique that was once branded “the trendiest store in the world”, will on Wednesday shut its doors for the very last time, wrapping up a 20-year long journey that many claim inspired a whole generation of fashionistas.
France came to a standstill on Saturday as it paid tribute to late rock star Johnny Hallyday. But the homage also led to a steep drop in donations for France’s most popular fundraiser and sparked a string of bitter comments on social media.
Several dozen fair workers on Monday staged a go-slow on main roads around Paris, heavily disrupting traffic as they protested the city’s decision to cancel the annual Christmas fair on the famed Champs-Élysées avenue.
French President Emmanuel Macron addresses the European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday to defend France’s new anti-terror law, which is set to replace – and in many respects cement – the country’s nearly two-year-long state of emergency.
A retrospective of Roman Polanski’s works opens in Paris on Monday amid a string of new sex allegations targeting the controversial film director. While organisers argue it is not their place to moralise, feminists call the show an “insult to women”….
Paris has taken the farm out of the field and planted parts of it onto its rooftops to make the city greener and more sustainable. This summer, metro operator RATP became one of the first companies to host a commercial farm on one of its roofs.
France’s national ethics committee on Tuesday recommended the country’s laws on medically assisted procreation (MAP) be extended to include lesbian couples and single women. FRANCE 24 takes a look at where other EU members stand on the issue.
Beginning on Monday, French TV will broadcast Oliver Stone’s conversations with Vladimir Putin. In line with their American peers, parts of the French media are blasting the director for letting the Russian president voice his opinions unchallenged.