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Police officer at the Splendid Hotel, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, yesterday.
19/01/2016 - BURKINA FASO - FRANCE- Morocco

French-Moroccan photographer dies of wounds after Burkina Faso attacks

The French-Moroccan photographer Leila Alaoui, injured in Ouagadougou’s attacks on Friday, died of her wounds on Monday night.
 The Maison Rouge in Paris extends Artur Walther After Eden photo show
13/01/2016 - Culture in France

The Maison Rouge in Paris extends Artur Walther After Eden photo show

At the Maison Rouge (the Red House) in Paris, the photo exhibition After Eden is less eclectic than meets the eye.
Photographing 'Angels' who escaped Boko Haram
10/10/2015 - African Media

Photographing 'Angels' who escaped Boko Haram

In this week's African media we talk to Ruth Mc Dowall, a Jos, Nigeria-based photojournalist who photographs young people who escaped from Boko Haram; and Umaru Fofana, a Sierra Leonean reporter who ...
CULTURE IN FRANCE Highlights of Photojournalism Festival in Perpignan
16/09/2015 - Culture in France

CULTURE IN FRANCE Highlights of Photojournalism Festival in Perpignan

The Visa pour l'Image annual festival of photo-journalism exhibits the photos taken before and after those featured on the front pages from around the world, illustrating headline news.
One of Omar Havana's photos after the Nepal earhtquake
06/09/2015 - France - Nepal

Nepal smiles in face of earthquake in Omar Havana’s photos

The Spanish-born photographer was already living in Nepal when the earthquake struck, killing 9,000 people and injuring over 20,000, in April this year.
Soldiers sheltering behind sandbags while waiting for their commander. Bambari, Central African Republic, French outpost, August 16, 2014. Edouard Elias, winner of the Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award 2015.
04/09/2015 - France

Photojournalism prize-winner Elias portraits foreign legion in Central African Republic

For 26 years Visa Pour L’Image (A Visa for Images) - in Perpignan, south-west France has been giving a platform to photo-reporters from all over the world and to their work.
Inside the Musée d'Orsay in Paris
19/03/2015 - France

Musée d'Orsay drops photo ban after culture minister snaps Bonnard

The Musee d'Orsay has dropped its ban on visitors taking photos of artworks after France's culture minister openly flouted the restriction on Monday, sparking criticism.

Wikicheese attracts cheese-lovers to Wikipedia in France
11/02/2015 - On-the-spot France

Wikicheese attracts cheese-lovers to Wikipedia in France

France has hundreds of different kinds of cheeses, and many are documented on Wikipedia, the open-source online encyclopedia. But the articles lack quality photos.
Is France becoming more prudish about children?
22/01/2015 - On-the-spot France

Is France becoming more prudish about children?

Censorship and free speech have long been issues of debate in France. Sex is often a target, and there are strong reactions when it involves children. But has France become more sensitive recently?
More cheese please
25/11/2014 - France

Say fromage - wikipedia appeals for French cheese-lovers' photos

Wikimedia France, a free online library of photos, has appealed for more photographs of French cheeses.

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