PARIS While the cinema drive-in may have gotten a boost as lockdowns gradually come to an end amid the COVID-19 outbreak, in Paris film fans can now munch on their popcorn watching a movie from a boat on the river Seine. | Video
PARIS Parisians heading to the opening of Paris Plages, the yearly transformation of sections of the Seine river into man-made beaches, were met with a new attraction on Saturday: COVID-19 test centres.
PARIS Air France is putting its grounded pilots through their paces in the flight simulator as the airline prepares to restore flights to dozens of destinations that had been suspended under coronavirus lockdown measures.
PARIS, May 15 Air France is putting
its grounded pilots through their paces in the flight simulator
as the airline prepares to restore flights to dozens of
destinations that had been suspended under coronavirus lockdown
CHANTILLY, France Beekeepers in France are celebrating a bumper spring honey harvest after weeks of warm weather but will need a smooth unwinding of the coronavirus lockdown if they are to find a market for their produce. | Video
PARIS, April 22 The two ducks resting on the
plinth of a statue in front of Paris's Musee D'Orsay had struck
out boldly from their usual habitat: to get there from the River
Seine involves waddling across a four-lane highway.
PARIS Vikash Dhorasoo is not your usual candidate for a local election in France, but the ex-French soccer international hopes to send a message that politics can be done differently as he campaigns to become the mayor of one of Paris' more diverse districts.
PARIS At lunchtime in a busy Paris restaurant area, hundreds of people are soaking up the sun, eating, chatting and smoking on cafe terraces and adamant that the coronavirus will not get in the way of their lives.
PARIS Elbow to elbow, foot to foot or the occasional Namaste is how some candidates in France's local elections are greeting voters across cities, but for others direct contact is too valuable to give up even as the highly contagious coronavirus runs amok.
CHAMONIX, France French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday the melting of Mont Blanc's main glacier is irrefutable proof of global warming, as he sought to burnish his environmentalist credentials ahead of municipal elections next month.