Paris and Hong Kong for the first time joined Singapore as the world’s most expensive cities to live in, a study revealed yesterday, with utilities and transport driving up the cost of living.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity has recovered to levels not seen since “yellow vest” protests broke out in mid-November as support for movement wanes, a poll showed yesterday.
Few people gathered in some French cities to oppose Macron’s leadership and policy.
The French National Museum offers to aid wild orchid conservation in Siem Reap.
After two defeats, South Africa were able to reverse their fortunes and snatch a last-gasp victory of their own against France.
Macron leads tributes to WW1 soldiers.
Preliminary agreement has been reached on a meeting between Putin and Trump.
A spectator hit by a tee shot played by U.S. golfer Brooks Koepka during the Ryder Cup has lost sight in her right eye, AFP reported.
Arrayed between elegant stone buildings and run-down railway tracks in the northwest of Paris lie bustling playgrounds, plant-filled ponds and stretches of lush grass.
Thomas Bjorn’s superb European team won it, but this was a triumph for golf.
Paul Everitt, a Farnborough International chairman, said he was quite comfortable with the mix of military and civilian activities at the airshow.
The French national anthem, chants of “We’re in the final” and a cacophony of car horns and fire crackers rang out over Paris.
A notorious career thief, Redoine Faid, pulls off a daring jailbreak.
France and Germany make progress but yet to agree on a roadmap for euro reforms.
France has offered citizenship to an illegal immigrant from Mali who scaled the facade of a Paris apartment block to save a boy who was about to fall from a fourth-floor balcony, President Emmanuel Macron said.
Paris Mayor praises the heroism of a Malian immigrant who scaled the facade of a four-storey building here to save a child.
SilkAir is offering even more attractive fares to Europe, giving you the chance to make your dream holiday come true
With a facade that looks more at home in a photoshopped picture of Paris than in the tropics, the Elysee sticks out like a sore thumb.
Yara al-Hasbani was putting the finishing touches to her make-up for a performance of “Romeo and Juliet” in Damascus when she found out her father had been tortured to death.
Macron has spoken to Trump by phone in 2017 more than with any other leader.
Bin Salman pulls out of touring a mega-campus for tech startups in Paris.
Millions of French commuters suffered a second consecutive day of travel chaos in a dispute over reforming the SNCF railways.
Having Woods playing in Paris would be a “massive bonus” for golf, says Bjorn.
Willem Dafoe frankly doesn’t give a damn if he misses out on a best supporting actor Oscar for a third time next month.
Tiger Woods says he has a long way to go in his latest comeback.
“France will strike” if chemical weapons are used against civilians in the Syrian conflict, says French President Macron.
Paris terror attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam refuses to attend the resumption of his trial in Belgium today.
It was when Kubra Khademi stopped the traffic in Kabul, and men began to throw stones at her and bay for her blood, that she knew she was going to have to leave the country.
The prime suspect of the 2015 Paris attacks says he would answer no questions.
The swollen Seine peaks at more than four metres above its normal level, leaving a lengthy mop-up job for Parisians.