PARIS France President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party received a drubbing on Sunday in municipal elections, as the Greens celebrated victories in several big cities after a surge in support. | Video
PARIS France tiptoed out of its strict coronavirus lockdown on Monday, allowing non-essential shops, factories and other businesses to reopen for the first time in eight weeks to help resuscitate the economy despite the risk of a second wave of infections. | Video
Paris Frankreich will in knapp zwei Wochen mit Lockerungen der Virus-Schutzmaßnahmen beginnen, um einen Kollaps der Wirtschaft abzuwenden.
PARIS, April 28 France will reveal its plans to
unwind a six-week-old coronavirus lockdown on Tuesday, joining
countries from Asia to the Americas looking to take advantage of
falling infection rates to rescue their free-falling economies.
PARIS French police will not shy away from enforcing a coronavirus lockdown in the high-rise Paris suburbs where unrest has erupted the past four nights, the interior minister said, as a motorcyclist whose run-in with officers sparked riots appealed for calm. | Video
PARIS Crowds of youths targeted riot police with fireworks and torched rubbish bins in a third night of unrest on the outskirts of Paris where a heavy police presence to enforce the coronavirus lockdown has exacerbated tensions. | Video
PARIS A year on from the inferno that gutted Notre-Dame de Paris, the cathedral's great bell rang out across the capital on Wednesday in a tribute to the Gothic landmark's resilience and to the medics battling the coronavirus epidemic. | Video
PARIS French state-controlled utility EDF withdrew its financial targets for 2020 and 2021 on Tuesday as the economic turmoil caused by the coronavirus pandemic impacted key areas of its business.
Berlin/Paris In der Coronakrise wird der weltweite Kampf um dringend benötigte Schutzmasken mit immer härteren Bandagen ausgetragen: Europäische Politiker werfen den USA dabei den Einsatz auch unfairer Mittel vor.
PARIS/BERLIN From Europe to South America, U.S. allies are complaining about the superpower's "Wild West" tactics in outbidding or blocking shipments to buyers who have already signed deals for vital medical supplies.