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Dirty eyesore or economic lifeblood? Paris conflicted over concrete plant

Sep 08 2020

PARIS When Maryse Fourcade takes a stroll near her home in Paris, she can see the Eiffel Tower, the Mirabeau bridge immortalized in poetry and song, and - less romantically - a concrete factory. | Video

Hostage taker surrenders outside French bank, all six captives unharmed

Aug 06 2020

LE HAVRE, France A gunman who took six people hostage in a bank in northern France on Thursday surrendered to elite police after a six-hour operation to free his captives.

Paris restaurants reopen fully, still wary about post-lockdown

Jun 15 2020

PARIS Paris restaurants reopened indoor dining halls on Monday as the government relaxed one of the last major coronavirus constraints, but with virtually no tourists and many French people still working from home, the mood was cautious.

Paris restaurants reopen fully, still wary about post-lockdown

Jun 15 2020

PARIS, June 15 Parisian restaurants cautiously reopened their indoor dining halls on Monday as the government relaxed one of the last major coronavirus constraints, but with virtually no tourists and many French people still working from home, the mood was cautious.

Bad hair day? How one Paris salon plans lockdown exit

Apr 30 2020

PARIS No one is having their hair highlighted or nails painted right now in the Christophe Bruno salon in Paris. Still, co-owner Bruno Amaru is busy stocking up on masks and sanitizer, re-arranging chairs and disinfecting scissors and basins.

Battle-weary Paris ambulance crew: people's support keeps us going

Apr 15 2020

CORBEIL-ESSONNES, France For French ambulance crew boss Fabrice Lancelot, the coronavirus crisis has delivered a small consolation: a new respect for health workers, even among notoriously impatient Paris motorists.

In virus-hit France the doctor will see you now - virtually

Mar 27 2020

PARIS The doctor's surgery in Paris where Tura Milo works has closed its door to patients because of the coronavirus but the general practitioner is still doing her consultations, only now by video conference.

In virus-hit France the doctor will see you now - virtually

Mar 27 2020

PARIS The doctor's surgery in Paris where Tura Milo works has closed its door to patients because of the coronavirus but the general practitioner is still doing her consultations, only now by video conference.

The ski resort with no snow contemplates a warmer future

Feb 13 2020

LE MOURTIS, France This year's winter in France has, so far, been the mildest in more than a century, and that has had a direct impact on the ski resort of Le Mourtis, in the Pyrenees mountains. | Video

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