France paid tribute to schoolteacher Samuel Paty on Saturday, one year after he was beheaded by an extremist after showing his class cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.
Living and working in Europe is the experience of a lifetime, with new cultures, cuisines and ways of life to discover. It's normal, however, to miss what's going on at home.
After a disastrous two years, the French ski industry has picked itself up and is preparing for the 2021/22 season. Here's how things will look this year.
Immigration has already emerged as a key theme of the 2022 French presidential election. But as candidates come out with statistics to fit their narratives, how many migrants really come every year, and what impact do they have on France?
Being fully vaccinated gives you various benefits - apart from the obvious one of protection from developing the most serious forms of Covid - but do you still need to follow the rules on self-isolation in France?
Since January 2021, some British nationals in France have an unusual status, so proving your rights may require certain key documents.
The latest flare-up over the UK's refusal to grant fishing licences to French vessels could be solved in an afternoon with a bit of commonsense. But with more than fish at stake, it could also take a more sinister turn, warns John Lichfield.
From home-buying grants and new energy rating rules to getting a correct estimate for building work costs, here is our latest roundup of all that's new in French property.
From valuable tips for buying a house to getting health cover and how to drink coffee the French way, here are six essential articles to read about living in France.
Mention French cinema and people tend to think of serious arthouse fare - but actually France has produced some great funny, romantic or even trashy films that nonetheless tell you something about the country. Here's a few of our favourites.
Reader question: I’ve only had one vaccine dose in France after Covid recovery so what are my travel options?
In France the vaccination policy is that if you have previously had Covid and recovered, you only need a single dose of the vaccine - but not all countries accept this as 'fully vaccinated', leading to problems travelling.