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'Privatisation is hell': Protesting French rail workers defend their strikes

'Privatisation is hell': Protesting French rail workers defend their strikes

"I understand people's frustration... but this is a matter of public service," one striker told The Local.

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International School of Paris is prepared for mass Brexodus

International School of Paris is prepared for mass Brexodus

In “a lucky coincidence,” the school will be opening a new state-of-the-art middle school campus just as many companies begin preparing for Brexodus.

 
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French public warned to avoid 10 everyday foods due to health risks

French public warned to avoid 10 everyday foods due to health risks

This might make for tough reading to some people, even vegans.

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Meet the Norwegian who's scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo

Meet the Norwegian who's scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo

Football superstars Ada Hegerberg and Liv Cooke are fronting a new UEFA campaign that encourages young girls to kick off careers in ‘the beautiful game’.

 
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What's next for Americans who are behind on their taxes?

What's next for Americans who are behind on their taxes?

Get in the know so you don't get into trouble.

 
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Where in France do all the Canadians live?
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Where in France do all the Canadians live?

There might not be as many Canadians in France as there are French in Canada but there are still a few thousand. But where are they living?

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How foreigners in France fall victim to being conned by fellow expats
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How foreigners in France fall victim to being conned by fellow expats

Why do so many expats in France fall victim to being ripped off by rogue tradespeople from their own country?

Is this the trick to launching your international career?

Is this the trick to launching your international career?

An MBA could be what you need to take the elusive next step in your career.

 
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French Property of the Week: Luxury stone villa in hills above Côte d'Azur

French Property of the Week: Luxury stone villa in hills above Côte d'Azur

A luxury stone villa in the sunny south of France with landscaped garden, tennis court, pétanque pitch AND swimming pool. It's not cheap but you might be tempted.

Why your local Town Hall could be the key to mastering French
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Why your local Town Hall could be the key to mastering French

The best way of learning French isn't necessarily through apps or conversation classes... the answer could just be at your local Town Hall.

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OPINION: Give me a 'direct' French waiter over American restaurant service any day

OPINION: Give me a 'direct' French waiter over American restaurant service any day

French waiters are not rude and even if they are, there are worse kinds of service out there.

Tensions rise as French students continue their revolt

Tensions rise as French students continue their revolt

Riot police have been called in to clear out students occupying universities across France, but the protesters have vowed to take the fight to the government in the name of egalité.

Snow pics: France's most famed sites like you've never seen them before

Snow pics: France's most famed sites like you've never seen them before

Have you ever seen the Iron Lady dressed in white or the Chateau de Chambord and Versailles Palace under a blanket of snow?

Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés

Myth or reality: A Parisian tells the truth about those Paris clichés

Paris comedian Julie Collas sets the record straight about a few of the clichés around Parisians and the city they inhabit.

Brexit Q&A: Embassy responds to questions from anxious Brits in France

Brexit Q&A: Embassy responds to questions from anxious Brits in France

Concerned Brits in France lined up to put their Brexit questions to staff at the British Embassy in Paris on Monday.

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Air France cancels one third of flights due to strikes

Air France cancels one third of flights due to strikes

Air France said on Saturday that hundreds of its flights have been cancelled as pilots, cabin crew and ground staff pursued a fifth day of strikes aimed at securing higher pay.