Hundreds of vintage vehicles parade through Paris streets
More than 700 antique convertibles, coupes and other cars drove through the streets of the French capital on Sunday as part of an annual parade.
Paris fan zone goes wild at final whistle as France wins World Cup
Fans in Paris went wild at the final whistle in the World Cup final on Sunday (July 15) as France won the competition for the second time in its history, beating Croatia 4-2.
Rowdy fans throw debris at police in Paris after France win
Fans chant and jump as they light up flares of blue, white and red smoke on the Champs Elysees in Paris after France beat Belgium to reach the World Cup final.
Rubbish piling up in France's illegal landfills
Mountains of trash are piling up in French villages, sullying the image of the countryside. In one town less than 40 kilometres outside Paris, rubbish covering the equivalent of seven football pitches continues to accumulate, leaving the town's inhabitants desperate for a solution.
Vase found in shoebox fetches $19 mln
A rare 18th-century Chinese vase found in a shoebox in an attic fetched $19 million at a Sotheby's auction in Paris.
What remains of multicultural France that won 1998 World Cup?
Night of July 12, 1998, That’s when France was crowned the winner of the football World Cup, after beating Brazil 3-0. After the final, 1.5 million people flocked to the Champs-Élysées avenue in Paris to celebrate the victory. “Les Bleus”, a team made up of black, white and North African players, symbolised multicultural France.
How to fix Libya?
France's president calls it a historic day for Libya. A conference in Paris bringing together most, but not all the major players in the conflict that's splintered the country since the 2011 fall of Muammar Gaddafi.
Breastfeeding in public, Senegal's student protests, and more
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