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Philippe Wojazer

Backstage at the Moulin Rouge: keeping the show on track for 130 years

07 Oct 2019

PARIS The Moulin Rouge, the French cabaret famous for its high-kicking cancan dancers and flesh-exposing ostrich feather costumes, this week marks 130 years since it first opened its doors to audiences. | Video

Knifeman kills mother, sister in Paris suburb attack

23 Aug 2018

TRAPPES, France A man with psychiatric problems fatally stabbed his mother and sister in the Paris suburb of Trappes on Thursday and seriously wounded a third person, French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said. | Video

'I will protect you!' Le Pen tells voters ahead of presidential election

18 Apr 2017

PARIS Far-right leader Marine Le Pen on Monday sought to mobilise her supporters six days ahead of France's most unpredictable presidential election in decades by pledging to suspend all immigration and shield voters from "savage globalisation." | Video

A bird's eye view on Bastille Day

14 Jul 2016

PARIS Reuters photographer Philippe Wojazer flew in an Alpha jet taking part in a military air parade for France's Bastille Day celebrations in Paris on Thursday. Below is his account of the experience.

New Greek minister's note to self: 'No triumphalism'

08 Jul 2015

BRUSSELS Greece's new finance minister clearly wanted to avoid alienating his European colleagues as had his fast-talking predecessor. He took a note to their first meeting that read: "No triumphalism."

New Greek minister's note to self: 'No triumphalism'

07 Jul 2015

BRUSSELS Greece's new finance minister clearly wanted to avoid alienating his European colleagues as had his fast-talking predecessor. He took a note to their first meeting that read: "No triumphalism."

Pro-Palestinian protesters clash with police in Paris

19 Jul 2014

PARIS Pro-Palestinian protesters clashed with police in Paris on Saturday as they defied a ban on a planned rally against violence in the Gaza strip.

Pro-Palestinian protesters clash with police in Paris

19 Jul 2014

PARIS Pro-Palestinian protesters clashed with police in Paris on Saturday as they defied a ban on a planned rally against violence in the Gaza strip.

Front row at the Sarkozy show

11 May 2012

I arrived at the Trocadero and had to negotiate with the press people to have them allow a photographer to follow Sarkozy through the crowd before his speech. I had followed Sarkozy's electoral campaign from the beginning so all the police around him knew me.

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