Eurostar’s new link between London and Marseille launched Friday with trains reaching the Mediterranean city in just over six hours.
The 2015 Cannes Film Festival completes its selection including an entry from Ethiopia.
The 2015 Cannes Director's Fortnight film festival has announced its selection. It's full of surprises, myths, legends and serendipity, according to artistic director Edouard Waintrop.
Paris is to invest 80 million euros in restoring its churches and synagogues, a figure that religious heritage professionals say is nowhere near enough.
An Edith Piaf exhibition opens at Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF) on Tuesday, beginning commemorations to mark the centenary of her birth in 1915.
Authorities in Paris have given their backing to the possibility of staging the 2024 Games in the French capital.
About 54,000 people have signed up to run the 2015 edition of the Paris Marathon on Sunday. The number of participants has been increasing steadily in recent years
Cancellations and delays are reported at airports around France as a strike by air traffic controllers continues on Thursday.
Five people were killed in the French Alps on Wednesday. Three of them were caught in an avalanche and two mountainers fell to their deaths.
France expects the "tide of the century" as exceptionally high spring tides will hit coasts over the weekend.
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.
A French foie gras producer has been discharged following a trial over "extreme cruelty to animals" at a court in western France.
A fire caused considerable damage on Tuesday at the Alpine restaurant of multiple Michelin-starred French chef Marc Veyrat, said by some to be the world’s finest.
A Polish skier nearly lost her hand when a light aircraft hit her during an emergency landing in the French Alps on Thursday. The plane narrowly missed a group of children.