Explore the France of yesteryear via British Pathé and YouTube after thousands of news clips from the past were put online. British Pathé has put its entire archive of videos, totaling 3,500 hours of content Read more →
THE French Jewish representative body, CRIF, has said that an auction of Adolf Hitler and Nazi air force chief Hermann Goering's personal effects due in Paris next month should be cancelled. Read more →
Nice football club is to continue parading is mascot eagle before matches, despite the governing body, the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP), saying they have to stop.
The Royal Eagle from Africa is a feature of the build up to matches at the new stadium, which Nice moved into at the beginning of this season. Read more →
Motorcyclists took to the roads of France on Saturday to protest at a proposed cut in the speed limit.
Members of the Fédération Française des Motards en Colère object to proposals to cut the speed limit on secondary roads from 90 km per hour to 80 km per hour. Read more →
The ashes of a French Resistance veteran were interred on Friday near the mass grave of a former German concentration camp following his wish to be laid to rest near his fellow detainees. Louis Bertrand, who died aged 90 last June, had years ago expressed… Read more →
A former Riviera lawyer was convicted on Friday of killing a glamorous casino heiress 36 years ago, after a legal battle that has gripped France. Maurice Agnelet, 76, was sentenced to 20 years in prison in his third trial for the killing of his then… Read more →
The French ambassador to the United Nations lives in a sumptuous, 18-room apartment at one of New York's most exclusive addresses -- but not for much longer. Belts are tightening, and the French government has put the stunning Park Avenue duplex on… Read more →