Mexico has asked France to withdraw 130 Mexican art works, 51 of them pre-Colombian, from an auction at Sotheby’s Paris this weekend.
Going to the movies has been central to French cultural life ever since the country’s Lumière brothers devised an early motion-picture camera and projector in the late 1800s.
Police in the Paris region have beefed up security on suburban train services after a 20-strong gang stopped a train and robbed its passengers at the weekend.
Like all cities, Paris is constantly changing, as neighbourhoods attract new workers and residents.
For the past decade Thierry Sinda, a Franco-Congolese poet, has been building a movement of black writers called Néonégritude, a revival of Négritude ...
A second day of protests have been held in Paris on Saturday denouncing the Syrian regime and criticising the inaction of the United Nations as part of the second anniversary of the outbreak of ...
France is counting the cost of this week’s surprise snowfall, with shopping malls estimating a loss of up to 85 million euros and insurers expecting tens of thousands of claims.
Eurostar and Thalys train services between Paris and London and Brussels resumed on Wednesday as the heavy snow that fell Tuesday began to melt.
A French court has found a former Paris mayor and his wife guilty of vote-rigging in local and national elections in the 1990s.
Thousands of people formed a human chain in Paris on Saturday - the second anniversary of Japan's Fukushima disaster - to oppose nuclear power, which provides most of France's energy.